The Magicram – Supreme Magic – Hardbound Pristine Condition – Vol. #11

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For those of you that like hardbound and want as close to perfect condition as possible.

Magigram ran for around twenty-seven years and started with the first issue in September 1966 and ended in Feb. 1995, in total more than 22,000 pages. Almost every well-known magician from those years made some form of contribution, including Billy McComb who had an inspiring column.  The magazine started life as a vehicle for advertisements for the Supreme Magic Company but soon developed into a proper magazine that many magicians took out on a subscription basis, Every form of magic from close-up to illusions was covered and it was one of the most popular UK magic magazines ever.

The Magigram, Volume 11, The Supreme Magic Company, Ken de Courcy, editor 988 pages. No page numbers on printed issues, page numbers refer to the page in the file.

Volume 11, Number 1, September, 1978, 72 unnumbered pages – Kelly’s Eye [British Bingo slang for one]
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
American Trip 1978 – as seen by Edwin [Hooper]
October Event – Magic Circle Annual Banquet – announcement
Walter (Zaney) Blaney – Suggests
Kennaugh Kalling – Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
At Homb with McComb – Billy McComb
Unusual Items from the Magigram Collection – cartoon
Card in Wallet – Ravelle & Andree
Colombini’s Card Magic – Lewis Ganson
Fabian’s Handling for The Torn and Restored Card
Do It Yourself – Those Sponges! – T.E. Gilbert
My Routine with The Hunter Knot – Harry Carnegie
Routine doe The Tail of the Donkey – Stanley Watson
Oh So Easy! – Richard B. Ferguson
Husky and Starch – Maurice Phillips
Patter Routine for Come Together Silks – Clarence Thorne
Torn & Restored Card – Borrowed Pack – D. Sargeant
Idol Gossip – Arthur Setterington
Reversing Kings – Colin Davies
Stixilk – Len Belcher
Mail-Box – correspondence
Superb Penetration! – testimonial
Cards Across in Cabaret – Stanton Carlisle
Super Silks and Winners All! – testimonials
Comedy Merry Switch Box – Johnny Geddes
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
A Dream Realised – Stanton Carlisle
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Adair’s Dove Column – Ian Adair
Calendar Dove – Ian Adair
Fan-Tail – gag – Ian Adair
Assistant’s Sash – Ian Adair
Nesting Paper-Bins – Ian Adair
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
Bamberg Bluff
Edwin’s Magi-Go-Round – comments from Edwin Hooper
Fantastic Value! – testimonial
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
The Magic of David Wright
Creepy Dice
Wright’s Ring on Rope
Invisible Ring Off Rope (A Sequel)
P.S.! S.O.S.! – errata for March 1978 Magigram – Alistair Dabbs
Humberside Young Magicians Competition – Arthur Setterington
Praise for Elizabeth [Warlock] – from Dai Vernon
Shelley’s Spells – testimonial
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Volume 11, Number 2, October, 1978, 76 unnumbered pages – Hastings Convention Special
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
At Homb with McComb – Billy McComb
Why Not Get the Pentagram Too? – Richard Mark
Edwin’s Magi-Go-Round – comments from Edwin Hooper
Colombini’s Card Magic – Lewis Ganson
Fabian’s Homing Card
Jennings Count
Fabian’s Wild Roses – Aldo Colombini
A Thank You – testimonial
Unforgettable – testimonial
The Professor’s Other Nightmare – Joel Simkins
Three Tricks – Gerry Walker
Flowering Umbrella
Scissors Gag
Muppet Magic – Vanishing Kermit
Worriers – puzzle – Alan Ward
Phenomenal Photography – John Richard Pellatt
Testimonials in Every Mail!
Alan Kennaugh at Hastings
I’ll Always Remember – Peter Warlock
George Johnstone in Bidfeford
The Hastings Tea-Party – Ken de Courcy
Memories of Hastings – Edwin Hooper
The Game of 13! – Arun Bonerjee (Calcutta)
Drop Contest – Phil Goldstein
Ribbon Hooked – Arthur Setterington
Perverse 20th. Century – Harry Carnegie
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Kennaugh Kalling – Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
Adair’s Dove Column – Ian Adair
meet Vanni Pule of Malta
Slate-a-Dove – Vanni Pule
Feathers to Dove – Vanni Pule
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
Those ‘Few’ Card Tricks
Three’s Company – Eddie Lee
Chameleon Cards – S.P. Tucker
More on Fabian’s Rendezvous
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
Boxes of Chance
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Volume 11, Number 3, November, 1978, 84 unnumbered pages – November – Always Something New!
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
Colombini’s Card Magic – Lewis Ganson
Fabian’s Mirror Cards
And Then There Were Two – Reginald Boncey
cartoon
Comedy and Coins – testimonials
Time to Switch to Jumbo Super Switch – Derek Lawrence
Good Heavens! – David Wright
Cosmic Sight – A Complete Act – Stanton Carlisle
Countdown – Eddie Lee (New Jersey)
Psychic Power – Floyd Shotts
Edwin’s Magi-Go-Round – comments from Edwin Hooper
The Silver Jubilee List – catalog review by Ken de Courcy
[Tommy] Rowe Writes – testimonial
Kennaugh Kalling – Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
Alistair Dabbs Writes
Matches
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
The ‘Ned’ Williams’ Billet test
Enveloping the Mind – Stanton Carlisle
At Homb with McComb – Billy McComb
Tissue Issue – Ken de Courcy
The Famous J.B. Bobo Writes – testimonial
Stamp Sheet – Johnny Geddes
Supreme to Scotland – testimonial
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
Tele-Vision – Andre Robert (France)
Double Interception – Andre Robert (France)
Eight Lighted Pipes – Avara (Switzerland)
Chink-a-Chink Dice – Dennis Sargeant (Rhodesia)
Further to Gavilondo’s Coins Through Table (Vol. 10 No. 12)
Magnetic Joker – Norman Conquest
Give Instructions to a Wise Man, and He Will Yet be Wiser – S.P. Tucker
May the Force be with You
The Impromptu Balancing Card
Change-Place Knot
An Outside Table – Ernie Jones
A Catalogue Story – Terry Hodgson
Not Even Close – Arthur Kraft and Frederick L. Kraft
Spot the Ball – Arthur Setterington
More Antics with Jimmy Crow – Harry Carnegie
More on Audiences – Percy Weston
Some Notes on Colour-Changing Knives – Luis M. Gavilondo
Locked On – A Quick Ring Transposition – Ken de Courcy
Snake Surprise – Floyd Shotts
Toasted – Jack Bridwell
Mr. Scissors Bird – Alan Ward
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Volume 11, Number 4, December, 1978, 80 unnumbered pages – A Merry Christmas to All!
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
Play Schools – Wilfred Tyler
At Homb with McComb – Billy McComb
A Great Closer for Kids Shows – testimonial
Adair’s Dove Column – Ian Adair
Startling Twin Dove Production – Jack Bridwell
Dove to Rabbit – Jack Bridwell
Dove Drop – Jack Bridwell
Fantastic Value! – testimonial
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
The ‘After the I.B.M.’ Prediction
Florabunda – Bill Lainsbury
Merlin’s “Christmas Alphabet” – Brian Hodge
Silk Production Supreme! – testimonial
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
Four Watch Production – Michael Symes
Modernized Card Reading – Stanton Carlisle
Coins on Stage – Luis Gavilondo
From the 19th. Century – To Tie a Knot on One Wrist without the Touch of the Other hand
Well Loved! – advice
Think Now…Fly Later – Subir Kumar Dhar
Me…and My Shadow – A Magical Cameo – Stanton Carlisle
Think only One – A Supplement to Ken de Courcy’s “Think a Number” – Utz Napierala (Germany)
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
Supreme Magic Ads! – testimonials
Colombini’s Card Magic – Lewis Ganson
Car-Dice Miracle
Well Worth the Money! – testimonial
Kennaugh Kalling – Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
Edwin’s Magi-Go-Round – comments from Edwin Hooper
Mail Box – correspondence
Top Dutch Magician Praises Magigram – testimonial
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Volume 11, Number 5, January, 1979, 92 unnumbered pages – Happy New Year! Joyful and Supreme!
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
Pixie-Pipe – Jack Bridwell
Patter Story for Bongo’s Giant Hat – Angus Lavery
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
Mixed Relations
Checkmate – Alan White
How to Produce a Picture or Message Silk – Jimmy Lake (Toronto)
A Letter to Supreme – testimonial
Magadoff the Magician – profile by Ken de Courcy
Sausage Tear – Ken de Courcy
Edwin’s Magi-Go-Round – comments from Edwin Hooper
British Magic will never be the Same Again – obituary for David Nixon
My Way with Edwin’s Gloverly Trick – Maurice Phillips
O. Polo Mio! – Len Belcher
Pre-Title Test – C.T. Tadman
E. S. Prediction – Stanton Carlisle
K-New Idea for You – Henrique
The Gag Book – Terry Hodgson
Clue Supreme – John Lee
Patter in Rhyme for Multiplying Candles – Tommy Thomas
Showcase Presents – The Henrique Rasp
Kid Show Cowards
Kick-Back
Close-Up for Kids
A Long Stretch
Silks in Sympathy
Secret Service Sponges
With a Wand
Miser Card
A Sticky Subject
Just a Drop
Check, Mate!
A Sound-Deadener
Semi-Strip
At the Present Time
Silly Ideas Department
Sugar-Cane
Bottle and No Jug
Castle on the Ground
Time Heals All Things
Silk in Balloon
A Fete Worse than Death
The Start of it All
The “Not Yet” Running Gag – Stanton Carlisle
The Voice of the Leprechaun – Hubert Lambert
Ideas for Baffling Blow-Outs – Len Blease
The Dolly Wand – Johnny Geddes
Silk to Golf Ball Routine – Ravelle & Andree
Slick Slate – Jack Bridwell
Pencil and Loop Revival – Angus Lavery
The Wizard’s Circle – Bruce Posgate
Hens Eggs – Johnny Geddes
Clever Ace Complement – testimonial
The Old School Tie – Ray Cooper
No’s Steering Wheel – No Howarth
Witch Way? – Keith Downs
Secondary Poker – Phil Goldstein
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News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
My Own Battle in Hastings – anecdote by Bruce Posgate
Great Stuff! – testimonials
At Homb with McComb – Billy McComb
Patter for One Balloon Poodle – Bill Lainsbury
Balloon Helicopter
Still the Best! – testimonials
Ring on the Pop-Away Wand – Theo-Dore
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Volume 11, Number 6, February, 1979, 90 unnumbered pages – February Features
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
Club Talk – A Routine for Supreme’s Super Pierced Cigarette – Ken de Courcy
Cubit – Arthur Setterington
Big Money In The News – Stephanos
Rabbit Illusion
Windmill Wand Works! – testimonial
Edwin’s Magi-Go-Round – comments from Edwin Hooper
Super Memory – Arthur Settterington
Supreme Success! – testimonial
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
Three from My Friends
The Four Sided Ship – Rink
Chip with Five Changes – Rink
Kings of Kerry – Hubert Lambert
Eye of the Infernal Triangle – Tommy Rowe
A Tip for the [Supreme] Chinese Coin
Kennaugh Kalling – Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
Colour Choice – Armandi
Worth a Year’s Sub! – testimonial
Pink Elephants – Alan White
Thoroughly Pleased – testimonial
The Back-and-Front Revisited-Then Forgotten – Luis M. Gavilondo (Cuba)
A Lot of Fun – testimonials
Yell-Up! – testimonial
The Kellini File – Kellini of Norway
Comedy Vanishing Die
Surprising Die Transformation
Simplicity Multiplying Rainbow Thimbles
The Instant Eight Thimbles Production
Red and Blue Card Trick
Number Blocks Prediction
Improved Blow the Silks Prediction
Sneaky-The Snake – Or the Rope Snake
Flowers Come and Go
Flower in Balloon
May-He Says – Leslie May – correspondence
The Bag of Ho-Wat-Fun – An Adult Routine – Ken de Courcy
A Response to Donald Crombie’s Comments on the Third Magigram Competition – Garth W. Davies
Sid Lorraine – Reviews the Latest
The Card Ruler
On the Green
Funny Belt
Sympathy Cut – Jimmy Flowers
Puzzle Magic – Mathemagic – Alan Ward
Truly Great! – testimonial
Adair’s Dove Column – Ian Adair
Three news Flashes
Dove Gone – Jack Bridwell (USA)
Paper-Ring Dove Production – Ian Adair
Underpriced! – testimonial
Panello Panoply – Brooke Anderson (Missouri, USA)
Something Out of this World! – testimonial
Colombini’s Card Magic – Lewis Ganson
Jokers Wild!
what appears to be “News and Views from the Colonies by George Johnstone” with one or more pages missing
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Cowboys and Indians – Howard Gower
Second Jimmy Jumbo Show – testimonials
Model Mentalism – Howard Gower
McCormick’s Match Box Circus – “professor” Michael McCormick
Quartered Transit – Matthew Wilkinson
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Volume 11, Number 7, March, 1979, 80 unnumbered pages – Five from Belcher
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
Three Man Vanish – Len Belcher
Switching a Jumbo Deck – Derek Lawrence
Voodoo Transfer – Ken de Courcy
Mail-Box – correspondence
Robin Hood – Len Belcher
Kennaugh Kalling – Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
Alternative Handling for Tube-It – M.G. Leveridge
Head-Liner Act! – testimonial
Ideas Sheet – Serpent Silk Routine (Stage, Cabaret, Adults or Children) – Angus Lavery
Thidney Thnake – David Cookson
Magic in Bloom – Len Belcher
Sand Frames – Jack Bridwell
At Homb with McComb – Billy McComb
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
Magic Letters – puzzle – Alan Ward
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
A Coin Trick and a Card Trick
A Coin-Vincing Penetration – Charles Pemberton
The Emerald Queens – Hubert Lambert
A Routine for Coke Capers – Ken de Courcy
Mail-Box – That Nice and Easy Fan Force – Jack Strong
Winning Combo! – testimonial
Bits and Pieces – Harry Carnegie
A Routine for the Supreme Rainbow Twentieth Century – Len Belcher
The Egg Factory – Harry Reeve
E-F-Fective – Someeran (India)
Thru – Alan White
A Ring and a Fan – Jack Bridwell
Great Items! – testimonial
Colombini’s Card Magic – Lewis Ganson
Fabian’s Carousel
Mail-Box – correspondence
Blake’s Bafflers – George Blake
Road Sense
A Tip from Stanton Carlisle
Mail Mindreading – Richard Swatton
Treasure Island – Kiddies Routine for 4 Colour Chance – Garth Davies
Put On – Eddie Lee (USA)
Edwin’s Magi-Go-Round – comments from Edwin Hooper
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
In Memory of Paul [Graham]
Draughts – Len Belcher
25 Years – Still Going Strong! – testimonials
Routine with The Himber-Style Wallet – Eddie Lee
Trick Tips – Malcom C. Black
Music, Music, Music
Auto Milko
Silk in the Middle
No Feke Anti-Gravity Glasses
Puzzle Magic – Alan Ward
McComb and Wade turn Thespian – Official! – Alan Wade
Club Talk – Ken de Courcy
Routine for “Ringon Ringon” and “The Double Brass Boxes”
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Volume 11, Number 8, April, 1979, 74 unnumbered pages – Happy Easter Magic
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
Miracle Mix-Up Extra – R.W. Harland (Cleveland)
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
Coin Through Counter
Reversing Kings – Dr. Nicholls Harley
Bunny Closer – Gerry Luff
Mo’s Eggs – A Routine for Eggs to Market – Mo Howarth
Match This Up! – puzzle – Theo Roos
Stripper Ripper – Johnny Geddes
T.V. Teaser – Rupert Gilbert
One for the Magigram – Bernie Pilkington
Flower Production – Sinclair
Kids-Kids-Kids! – testimonial
Magical Expansion! – Peter Warlock Looks at the New Supreme Stores Complex
Supreme Service! – testimonial
Kennaugh Kalling – Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
The Key to the World – Ken de Courcy
A Letter from Hubert Lambert
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
As Good As Ever! – testimonial
Blake’s Bafflers – George Blake
My Vanishing Elephant
Reverse Biddle Convincer – Luis Gavilondo
500 Times Lucky! – testimonials
Do As I Do – Alan White
Presentation Points – Ken de Courcy
Ringon Ringon
Colorings
Double Boxes
A Couple of Ideas – Trevor Lewis
Pop-Away Extra!
Himber Bottle Vanish Plot
Instant Service! – testimonial
Clip Trick – Dick Ferguson
Remarkably Effective! – testimonial
Patriotic Packet – Phil Goldstein
Two Testimonials!
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
Anagrams – Bill Lainsbury
Supreme Ribbon Illusion for Kids – Ken de Courcy
The Card Detective = Herb Rungay
The Road to Success! – testimonials
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
The Magic of Andre Roberts
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About Fabian’s “Homing Card” – Bill Worsley
Richard Mark’s Routine for “My Favourite Verse” – Sam Dalal
Magic from Malta – Vanni Pule
E.S.P. Ash-ially
Salute to Fred Culpitt – Val Andrews
Good Book Buys! – testimonials
Edwin’s Magi-Go-Round – comments from Edwin Hooper
Ribbon Serenade – Keith Downs
Double Envelope – Neil Sommerville
The Prophecy
Serial Number
All That Glitters
The Ghostly Hand
Booby Prize – Roy Roth
Easter Magic – James Kelly
In the Bleak Mid-Winter – article by John Wade
The Queen’s Necklace – Ray Cooper
Thoughts – correspondence from Ernie Jones & Charles McAfee
Club Talk – Ken de Courcy
A Routine for Warren Stephen’s Goof Ball
cartoon
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Volume 11, Number 9, May, 1979, 88 unnumbered pages – Popcorn Presto!
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
A Lesson in Economics – Rupert Gilbert
Going Down – Rana the Magician (India)
Always the Best! – testimonials
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
Yet Another Look at the Okito Box
Edwin’s Magi-Go-Round – comments from Edwin Hooper
Kennaugh Kalling – Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
Publicity Gifts – testimonial
The Winners! – testimonial
The Rising Pip – Johnny Geddes
Knife Production
Showcase Presents – Popcorn Presto! – Frank Novotny and Floyd Shotts
Snake Can
Pop-a-Ball
Pop-Up
Ball vs. Pop Ball
Strung Up
Transportation
Matter Composition (continued in June issue)
Oh No! (begins in June issue)
Dis-Cardo – Arthur Setterington
Top Pro Praises Supreme – testimonial
Magic with Matches – John P. Coggan
Vanish and Production
Production Only
Vanish Only
For Vanishing Small Articles
The Reversing Drawer
The Rising Box (continued in June issue)
Good-Egg – Subir Kr. Dhar
Quality and Service! – testimonials
Adventures of a Neophyte Escapologist – John A. Novak
The Golden Goose at the End of the Rainbow – An Original Routine for the Gag Bag – Eric and Margaret Hawkesworth
Blake’s Bafflers – George Blake
Spectator’s Torn & Restored Cigarette Paper!
Lockabout – Arthur Setterington
Second Thoughts – John Lee
Bags of Colour – Bags of Fun – Ravelle and Andree
At Homb with McComb – Billy McComb
A New Routine for Ho! What Fun! – Ken de Courcy
Star Fish – puzzle – Alan Ward
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
Thanks! – testimonial
Quickie with Cards – puzzle – Alan Ward
Interlocked Card Production – Luis M. Gavilondo (Cuba)
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
Five Magic Words
Club Talk – Ken de Courcy
A Routine for the Supreme Ribbon Illusion
New-Sonic – Phil Goldstein
A Different Sandwich – Roger Littlewood
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Volume 11, Number 10, June, 1979, 76 unnumbered pages – Sweet June
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
Psychic Sleuths
Business for The Book of Spells – Henrique
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
Cube in a Tube – M.K. Francis
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
Duarte’s Count with Six Rings – Luis Gavilondo (Cuba)
Colombini’s Card Magic – Lewis Ganson
Fabian’s Cutting the Aces – Plus
Kid’s Stuff – puzzle – Alan Ward
A Genuine Mummy – Arthur Setterington
Edwin’s Magi-Go-Round – comments from Edwin Hooper
Patter Routine for Pavel’s Colorings – Ken de Courcy
Chick-Pan Fantasy – Ravelle & Andree
Super-Sense Sensation – Alan Ward
Supersonic Plus – Sinclair
Double Blank Revelation – Eddie Lee
A Spectacular Way to Light a Match – Luis Gavilondo (Cuba)
First Class! – testimonials
Hamman Five Card Repeat – Stephen Tucker
The Fantastic Elmsley Four Card Repeat
Grab-Van – Ken de Courcy
Continuation of Showcase Presents – Popcorn Presto! – Frank Novotny and Floyd Shotts
Matter Composition (continued from May issue)
Pop-n-Gone
Oh No! (continued in May issue)
Continuation of Magic with Matches – John P. Coggan
The Rising Box (continued from May issue)
Rising Match
Match Lighting
Matchless Post
Variation on Big Parade of the Kings – Michael Symes
Supreme Double Lift – Luis Gavilondo (Cuba)
Cardice – Arthur Setterington
A New Routine for Hades’ Examined Finger-Chopper – Ken de Courcy
Aces Get Together – Stephen Tucker
Adair’s Dove Column – Ian Adair
Gung-Ho Tear Apart Vanish
Blake’s Bafflers – George Blake
Crazy Clock
By My Chinese Ancestor – Ken de Courcy
Season Ticket Prediction – Gerry Walker
Out of Sight Out of Mind – David Britland
Rings-A-Go-Go – James L. Holmes
Changing of the Guard (Mark 99) – D. Sargeant (Rhodesia)
Tell Take Ball – Jack Bridwell
Outdoor Shows – article by Jim Mahony (Australia)
Kids Favourites – testimonial
Kennaugh Kalling – Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
For Those Who Have The Crabtree Connection – Hints, Tips and Ideas Compiled by Lewis Ganson
Crazy Aces – David Curtis
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Volume 11, Number 11, July, 1979, 88 unnumbered pages – Jest July
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
Sucker Silks
Adair’s Dove Column – Ian Adair
Quick “Toss up Dove Vanish”
Ian’s Tip for The Ladder of Love
Silk Sensation Suggestion – Jean Ludow (France)
Edwin’s Magi-Go-Round – comments from Edwin Hooper
Voodoo in Reverse – Ray Cooper
A Routine for Pavel’s Colorings – John Allen
Unusual Items from the Magigram Collection – cartoon
Patter for Splendo (For Children) – Clarence Thorne
Rainbow Chips – Routine by Edwin Hooper
Tips on Rainbow Chips – Michael Symes
Close-Up to Singapore – testimonial
Colombini’s Card Magic – Lewis Ganson
A Set-up with Aldo Colombini
Fabian’s Crazy Poker
Fabian’s Knock-Out Spell
Fabian’s Royal Cuts
Mail-Box – correspondence
Walt Disney Picture – Ray Cooper
Jaydem Cut & Restored Handkerchief – Jesse Demaline
Consistently Good! – testimonial
Good Bye with a Smile – Herb Rungay (USA)
Dicey Crystal – Stuart
Summer Entertainment – testimonials
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
How to Predict Without Really Predicting
Another Routine for Snow White Surprise – Harry Carnegie
A Head Lost at Every Show – John Yeager
Fortune’s Favours – Ken de Courcy
Spectator’s Choice – Rana the Magician
The Desfor Magic Photo Collection
Yet Another – Sinclair
Actions Speak Louder Than Words – Alan Gardiner
Luckless Lucretia – Mark Lee
A Routine for Blythe Spirit – Mike Pettitt
A Bigger Wand – Gerry Walker
Eveready Card Rise – R.B. Ferguson (USA)
Highly Delighted! – testimonial
Triple Change Washout – Bert Campbell
Routine for Rab-Hit – Mike Pettitt
The Psychic Stone – Eddie Lee
Here to There – M.H. Dines
An Opening Sponge Ball Routine – A.G. Dabbs
I Scream for Bimbo – Harry Reeve
Not at the Top – Not at the Bottom – Mark Lee
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
Snow White Surprise-Plus – J.A. Hodkinson (Rhodesia)
Bob Gill and Boretti’s Balloon
Blake’s Bafflers – George Blake
The Syren!
Arabian Nights – Terry Seabrooke
Kennaugh Kalling – Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
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Volume 11, Number 12, August, 1979, 88 unnumbered pages – Last of Volume 11
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
Edwin’s Magi-Go-Round – comments from Edwin Hooper
‘E’ for Edwin – puzzle – Alan Ward
The 52 Coin Trick – Ken de Courcy
Sidling Serviettes – Dag Sandvik (Norway)
Mail Box – correspondence re: Computer Dating in Volume 10, Number 6
Cross-Eyed Charlie – Johnny Geddes
Nostalgia in Miniature – article by Ken de Courcy
Andre Robert’s Green Carpet – Lewis Ganson
Service! – testimonial
After the Rasp – Ernie Jones
Cruising Conjurer – testimonial
Goof Ball – John Bourne
A Good Wine – Reginald Boncey
Hand of Cheops – Someeran (India)
The Music Man – Stanton Carlisle
Outstanding! – testimonial
Showcase – article by Frank Sinclair
Boy or Girl
Flyto
Cigarette Girl
Walking Thro’ a Sheet of Glass
Letters! – testimonials
By-Stand – Len Belcher
Dealer Recommendation! – testimonial
Nautical Unequal Ropes – Eric Jones
Gnomes ‘ome – A Riot! – testimonial
Blood Feast Of The Sun – Adaption for Use with Children’s Baking Routine – Brian Warburton
Criss Cross Four – Alan White
Improbability – Subir Kumar Dhar
Addition to Jack’s Pack – James Rigby
It’s Just an Idea – Rupert Gilbert
Wages Squeeze – Howard Gower
Real Magic! – testimonial
A Disarming Delicacy – A Routine for Ultimate Chopper – Brooks Anderson
Another Routine for the Supreme Double Boxes – Ken de Courcy
Black Art – Arthur Setterington
The Egg & Watch Trick – C. Copp
Impressed – Jack Bridwell
Cards Across – Sinclair
Sticky Tricky Mickey – Henrique
New Lamps for Old – Sinclair
Panic Case – Henrique
Mail-Box – correspondence
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