William Frederick Pinchbeck, The Expositor; or Many Mysteries Unravelled. Original publication: Boston, 1805. This is the limited edition, first edition reproduction 1996 facsimile edition with new foreword by Byron Walker. Limited to 1000 numbered copies. Green cloth with gilt picture of the Learned pig picking out the Ace of Diamonds on the cover. With Pinchbeck bookmark.
This is the perfect book for magic historians. The book is a facsimile edition with a forward from Byron Walker. The quality of the book is exceptional featuring the conjuring literature seal of Byron Walker. Only 1,000 of these books were printed, being a limited edition reproduction.
This is a real gem for any magic enthusiast. This book is often referred to as the “Learned Pig,” as it features an embossed image of a pick picking out the Ace of Diamonds on the cover. Comes with Pinchbeck Bookmark. Book is hard bound, featuring green cloth.
Special thanks to Byron Walker for allowing us to use his original book on this project. This is a must have book for any lover of magic, and especially one who appreciates the history of the art. No magic library could be considered complete without at least this reproduction (while an original would be better – it would cost a heck of a lot more).
These books make for excellent gifts for fellow lovers of the arts!