The Magicram – Supreme Magic – Hardbound Pristine Condition – Vol. #12

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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 12, The Supreme Magic Company, Ken de Courcy, editor
856 pages. No page numbers on printed issues, page numbers refer to the page in the file.

Volume 12, Number 1, September, 1979, 80 unnumbered pages – New Series
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
Routine for Cabinet of Canton – M.K. Francis
A Credit – testimonial
My Magic World – Edwin [Hooper]
Bouquets! – testimonials
Adair’s Dove Column – Ian Adair
Clean Sweep – Jack Bridwell
Ian’s Dove and Cage
Quick on the Draw – puzzle – Alan Ward
Swift Shift – puzzle
Blake’s Bafflers – George Blake
Simple Sphere Sorcery
More on Park Shows – Len Belmont
Santa Claus Surprise – Tom Ogden
Gavilondo’s Rope Cut – Luis Gavilondo
Puzzles with Matchsticks – Misdirection – Alan Ward
Billy’s Lemon-Aid – Malcolm Taylor
Cig-Gag – Oscar Paulson
Two Times Two Many! – Herb Rungay (USA)
Touch of Class! – testimonial
That Useful Gimmick [thumb-writer] – Neil Sommerville
Treasure Island
Flowers
Umpah
Switch Off – Arthur Setterington
Colombini’s Card Magic – Lewis Ganson
Fabian’s Open Prediction Theme
Two Winners – Worth Double! – testimonials
John Travolta Rules-O.K. – Gerry Walker
Round Record
A Magic Combination – James Kelly
Cards Across Plus – Jon Rivers
Oh, Eye – Johnny Geddes
Harbinesque – Stanton Carlisle
The Carlisle Effect
Ultra-Magnetism – Rana the Magician
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
Oddity with an Oddity
Colour Changing Discs – Henrique
Black Sandwich Red Sandwich – M.G. Leveridge
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
Pro-Parallax – Len Belmont
At Homb with McComb – Billy McComb
Some Notes on Pseudo Memory Act – Tom Rigby
Mail-Box – correspondence about George Blake’s “Six Fold Divination” – Edward Davies
I Owe You 50p! – Ken de Courcy
The ABC’s of Magic – routine for ABC Stung – Brooks Anderson
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
Still Growing Under Glass for Mo Howarth
Ringon-Ringon for Kids – Gerry Walker
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Volume 12, Number 2, October, 1979, 72 unnumbered pages – Start of the Season!
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
Adair’s Dove Column – Ian Adair
Ian’s Calendar Dove
A Pan of Feathers
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
A New Idea in Close-up Cases
My Magic World – Edwin [Hooper]
Koran/Tovardis Prediction – Terry Hodgson
The Future – wisdom
Patriarch George Blake – profile by Ken de Courcy
Celebrity Cards – advice
Handling for Dr. Schram’s Magic Treasury – David Britland
Magigram Crossword – puzzle – Alan A. Reeve
Transpo 76 – David Britland
Supreme – testimonial
A Magic Table – J. Kelly
Tiny’s Topnotch Hat – publicity notion – Tiny the Musical Clown
Colombini’s Card Magic – Lewis Ganson
The Fourth Card
Ball and Vase Routine – David Britland
Heavy Goods Vehicle Examination 1979 – humor from Bill Warn
King Tut’s Revenge – John A. Novak
King Tut’s Revenge – An Elaboration
Bam-Boozle-Bills – Subir Kumar Dhar
At Homb with McComb – Billy McComb
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
Psychic Chewing Gum
A Variation on Card in Wallet – S.P. Tucker
Kennaugh Kalling – Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
Serpentine Silk To Snake – Jack Bridwell
In Memorium – George Blake, I.B.M. – Stanton and Jean Carlisle
Card in Wallet – Frank Novotny
The Magic Scissors – Harry Carnegie
Letter from America – testimonial
The Magic Circle – A Letter From The Secretary Of The Magic Circle – John Salisse
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Volume 12, Number 3, November, 1979, 80 unnumbered pages – Scarborough Sensations!
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
Amusements with Magic Squares – Alan Ward
Automaticard – Ken de Courcy
My Magic World – Edwin [Hooper]
Chancy Glasses – Gerald Sykes
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
Geoff Qgram’s ‘Queen of Coins’
Tip-Tops – Ian Adair
Your First Brochure
Costume Trunk-Modern Version – Sinclair
Rattle Match – Fred Novotny
Duarte’s Die Box Routine – Luis M. Gavilondo (Cuba)
Soccer Special – Arthur Setterington
I Predict… – David Britland
Volunteers – article by Ken de Courcy
Hen or Egg? – Johnny Geddes
Edwin’s Scarborough Snippets – British Ring Convention – Edwin Hooper
Alan Kennaugh at Scarborough
The Lookback – Peter Warlock’s view of the Scarborough Convention
Without Superlatives – review of Karrell Fox’s ‘Another Book’ – Ken de Courcy
It’s a Knock-out! – Ken de Courcy reviews Supreme’s Latest List
What’s New – Knock-out Catalogue – Goodliffe
Best-Buys – testimonials
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Three Two One – Sinclair
A Couple of Ideas – George Hill
K.B. Card Rise
Lewiscone
Beauty and Bottle – Someeeran (India)
Fine Leather Work – testimonial
Obstinate Jokers – Rupert Gilbert
Festive Four-Forecast – Harry Reeve
Some Extra Little Words – Malcolm Yaffe
Leading the Way – testimonial
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
The Canadian Caper – Peter Warlock
Tip-Tops – Ian Adair
Flat Wand Shells
The Edible Coin – Neil Somerville
Talking of Sleights – Ken de Courcy
Magic! – testimonial
Adair’s Dove Column – Ian Adair
A Dove Box Called ‘Harbin’
Incredible! – testimonial
A Twist on the Bingo Prediction – Ernie Jones
Rebus – puzzle – Alan Ward
Kennaugh Kalling – Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
The Outer Mongolian Yak-Steak Tenderizer – Monte Harris
Tip-Tops – Ian Adair
Looking After Your Rabbit
Impromptu Mind Reader
Colombini’s Card Magic – Lewis Ganson
Synod
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Volume 12, Number 4, December, 1979, 80 unnumbered pages – Bumper Xmas Issue
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
My Magic World – Edwin [Hooper]
Another Letter from John Salisse re: The Magic Circle Annual SHow
Kennaugh Kalling – Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
A Tarbell Lesson – Dick Ferguson
Looking Back – Ray Grosholz, Snr. (Hollywood)
Exquisite – testimonial
Andree Robert’s Oil and Water with a Vanish – Lewis Ganson
Patchwork – puzzle – Alan Ward
Cinderella – Ray Cooper
Fire-Test – Tony Torrini
Culminating Coincidence – Alan Ward
P.S. to S.P. (Postscript to Supreme Products) – Leslie May
Do as I Do E.S.P. Test – Someeran (India)
Magic and Music – anecdote
Tube-It Routine – Sinclair
Tip-Tops – Ian Adair
Getting Your Bookings Right
cartoon – Ted Salter
Maths or Magic? – Stanton Carlisle
Designs by Accident – Len Belcher
Paddle Move with a Cocktail Sausage – Henrique
Colombini’s Card Magic – Lewis Ganson
Poker Coins
Chris Fennell’s Routine for Oil and Water – Lewis Ganson
The Reverser and Tricks in which it is Used – S.P. Tucker
Humoresque – Stanton Carlisle
A Brainful Of Cunning – Henrique
Abstraction – George Sands
Party Piece No. 1
A Finale for Supreme’s Pop-Away Wand – Stuart Leith
Two for the House – Malcom Yaffe
Sympathetic Soldiers
Rainbow Riot
Sale! – Ken de Courcy
Colombini’s Card Magic – Lewis Ganson
Fabian’s Square
Mail It – Sinclair
Money makes Money – Arthur Setterington
More Do-It-Yourself – Terry Gilbert
Billiard Balls
Dice
Throw-Away Chop Cup
Spot Sticks De Luxe
Puzzle Magic – Alan Ward
Hat Trick
Oddity
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
Blake’s Bafflers – George Blake
Under Cover
Puzzle Time – Alan Ward
Fun on a Flag
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Volume 12, Number 5, January, 1980, 68 unnumbered pages – A New Era!
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
My Magic World – Edwin [Hooper]
M’Lady’s Wish Comes True – Stanton Carlisle
Colombini’s Card Magic – Lewis Ganson
Fabian’s Quartet
Production of Silks on a Rod – Michael Symes
Michaels’ Magical Meanderings – Michael Hooper
A Sixth Thought – Nigel Harbour
Words of Wisdom – advice
Top Trumps – Terwyn Tomos
The Race
Top Trumps Mental Routine
My Patter for Boretti’s Improved Penetration
Another Elevator Card Trick – Ian Land
Thanks to Annemann – Stanton Carlisle
A Tip from “Menta-List”
Rising Cards – Harry Carnegie
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
Element ‘X’
Another Handling for Supreme’s Three Silks on a Rope – Ken de Courcy
At Homb with McComb – Billy McComb
Magic World – testimonial
Well Pleased! – testimonial
A Combination – Harry Carnegie
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
The Mystery of the Nine Rooms – Stage Version – Bob Driebeek (Holland)
Tips from Lew Ayres
Wizardry with Wiltshire – Neville Wiltshire
Another Prediction in Colours – Luis M. Gavilondo (Cube)
Trade Fairs – anecdote
On the Way – testimonial
Kid’s Stuff – testimonial
Blake’s Bafflers – George Blake
Caps, Coins & Chips
One Handed Trigger Spin Off Deal – C.F. James
A Routined Hat Production – Eric and Margaret Hawkesworth
The Tucker Four – Stephen Tucker
The Turn Over Book-Test
The Chinka-Chink Idea!
Static Power
The Sponge Thimble
A Variation on Booby Prize – Tony Hanscombe
Matchstick Magic Show – Alan Ward
Thought Interceptor – Brian Thompson
Make Someone Happy – advice
Fun with Mickey Mouse – Richard Webster
Adair’s Dove Column – Ian Adair
1-2-Three Box
Locked Birthday – Charles Temple, Jr.
The Nineteenth Force – Stephen Grewcock
Lucretia Encore – Harry Carnegie
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Volume 12, Number 6, February, 1980, 68 unnumbered pages – More Kellini!
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
My Magic World – Edwin [Hooper]
The Magic of Max Maven – Phil Goldstein
Deliverance
Adair’s Dove Column – Ian Adair
The Picnic Basket
Tip-Tops – Ian Adair
A Cute Mirror Gag
Kellini File – Kellini of Norway
Prediction with Silks
Broken Card Selection
Five Book Repeat
Swords through Books
Needles through Dominoes
Swords through Books Two
Blake’s Bafflers – George Blake
Minimal Book Test – George Blake
A Magigram Exclusive – humor – J.N. Hill
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
The Diminishing Egg – Michael Symes
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
I.B.M-entally
At Homb with McComb – Billy McComb
At Homb with McComb – Jim Mahony
Kennaugh Kalling – Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
Quips and Bits – jokes
Colombini’s Card Magic – Lewis Ganson
Fabian’s Devil Coin
Three Blind Mice – Jim Higgins
Cut Up Colours – Henrique
Andre Rupert’s A-Hunting We Will Go – Lewis Ganson
Psi Magick – Stanton Carlisle
Some “Brushes” with Laughter – Derek Lawrence
No Brush Paint Brush
The Bending Paint Brush
Growing Paint Brush
Water Spurting Brush
The Comedy Microphone
The Comedy Prediction Brush
Odds! – odds and ends for sale
Jezebel … Again! – Stanton Carlisle
The Tooth Will Out – Rose A. Welford
Geography Lesson – Terwyn Tomos
Jack Yates’ Extra Patter for Autographs – Eric Williams
Coincidence! – Solyl & Bablu Kundu (India)
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Volume 12, Number 7, March, 1980, 68 unnumbered pages – March-ing On!
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
Key Entertainment – Stanton Carlisle
Figures at your Fingertips – Arthur Setterington
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
Jumping Joker Surprise – Jomaguy (Portugal)
Mailbox – re: How to Predict Without Really Predicting”, July 1979 – Bob Malinchock
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
Kennaugh Kalling – Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
State of the Union – Eric Hawkesworth
Tip-Tops – Ian Adair
Liquid Magic
Three Newspaper Gags
Adair’s Dove Column – Ian Adair
dove in balloon
Colour Changing Silk – Angus Lavery
Colombini’s Cane Vanish – Lewis Ganson
T.T. Card in Wallet – R. Collier
Two In One – Solyl and Bablu Kundu (India)
Top Instruction – testimonial
Good Season – testimonial
Laff-Lines – jokes
The Invisible Joker – Paul Dawson
Kellini File – Kellini of Norway
Double Card Rise Houlette
Multiplying Trays of Flowers
Broken and Restored Bottle
Miracle Reappearing Silks in Frame
How to Play Chess
Anti-Gravity Chess Pieces (The Astronaut’s Chess Board)
The Magic of Max Maven – Phil Goldstein
Behold
So We’re Told! – anecdotes
Blake’s Bafflers – George Blake
Black Circles – Red Circles
Miracle Prediction – Terry Gilbert
Multicoloured Water – Terwyn Tomos
Liberation of a Princess – Luis Gavilondo (Cuba)
The “Clever” Card – Ian Land
Linking Rings – Outdone! [cards]
We Love It! – testimonial
Simple Comedy with “Baffling Blowouts” – T. Hammond
A Tip on “A Chip takes a Trip” [patter]
Smokey
We Heard Tell – anecdotes
Colombini’s Card Magic – Lewis Ganson
Follow The … Oil and Water
Puzzle Time – Alan Ward
Useful Tip
Tip-Tops – Ian Adair
Tips for “Just Chance” Presentations
advice/comment
A Potty Family History – John Bourne
Fortune in the Cards
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Volume 12, Number 8, April, 1980, 68 unnumbered pages – Springtime Selection
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
Adair’s Dove Column – Ian Adair
a Do-as-I-Do routine
Card-Trap – L. Covey
Satisfied Norwegian – testimonial
The Magic of Max Maven – Phil Goldstein
Fanfare
The Difference – advice
Bird-Cage – anecdote about Robert Heller
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
Dino’s Single Card Productions
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
The Royal Flight – Arun Bonerjee (Calcutta)
Blake’s Bafflers – George Blake
Cig’ Thro’ Hank
The Generation Game – Geoff. Lawrence
The Monkey Paddle – John Yeager
Three Card Interchange Trick – William Wray
My Magic World – Edwin [Hooper]
Preparation – advice – Wally Taylor
The Magic Colour Box – A New Use For Pavel’s “Colorings” In Comedy Magic – Derek Lawrence
Kellini File – Kellini of Norway
A New Silk Caddy
Upside-down Transistor Radio
Cards on Ribbon
Three Balloons Repeat
PrEdictioN
Thimble Cone Surprise
Time for Smoking
Mission: Impossible – Zaharuddin Zahid
New Light On The Double Lift – C.F. James & Lewis Ganson
Supreme Magic – puzzle – Alan Ward
Colombini’s Card Magic – Lewis Ganson
Fabian’s Three Card Revelation
Your Appearance on Stage – article by Andrew Burroughs
A Cutie – Herb. Rungay (USA)
Thoughts on Tiny Trio – Ravelle & Andrée
Half a Kangaroo? – Neil Sommerville
An Oriental Fantasy – Brooks Anderson
Goof Ball Ideas – Gordon W. Mattice
Tip-Tops – Ian Adair
Looking After Your Spring Flowers
A Cute Business Card
Wise Words On Give-Aways
The James Colour Change – Lewis Ganson
Something to Think About – humor – Angus Lavery
Squircle – puzzle
Michaels’ Magical Meanderings – Michael Hooper
My Book Test
cartoon – Ted Salter
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Volume 12, Number 9, May, 1980, 68 unnumbered pages – May-Time Melange
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
Volunteers – article by Ken de Courcy
At Homb with McComb – Billy McComb
A Letter from “Down Under” – Edwin A. Watkins
cartoon
Looking After Your Silks – advice
Kellini File – Kellini of Norway
Upside-Down Clock
Find the Medicine Bottle
Nu-Style Balancing Glass on Card
Pre-dice-tion
Colour Prediction
Sucker Vanishing Thought-of Candle
Nu-Style Anti-Gravity Glasses
Anti-Gravity Thimbles
The Traveling Diamond-Pip
Colour Changing Candles
The Invisible Die Production
Anti-Gravity Cards
Cards Suspended on Knife
Cards Suspended on a Knife (not using a houlette and threads)
The Escaped Prisoners
More Matchic – Aiden Heritage
Blake’s Bafflers – George Blake
Chinese ‘Take-Away’
Puzzle Magic – Silliness – Alan Ward
Colombini’s Card Magic – Lewis Ganson
Fabian’s Surprise, Surprise, Surprise!
Simple Sandwich – David Britland
Two Fancy One-Handed Cuts – with Sleight Possibilities – Luis Gavilondo
The Chicken Comes First – puzzle – Alan Ward
Adair’s Dove Column – Ian Adair
Ring … Cane & Dove
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
Holiday Magic – Harry Carnegie
New – testimonial
Calculator Coincidence – Terwyn Tomos
Tip-Tops – Ian Adair
Photos in your Publicity
A Quote to Note
The Goldstein Continuum – Phil Goldstein
Rope Option
Owning Two Engagement Books – advice
Music and Magic – Wally Taylor
Rink’s Strippers Galore – Rink
A Coin Takes a Trip – Rink
Strippers Again – Rink
Star Struck – Arthur Setterington
Mailbox – correspondence
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
Homing Coins – Yasuo Kiga (Japan)
The De Courcy’s in Hollywood
Anecdote from Ted Annemann about the origin of ‘Jinx’
Kennaugh Kalling – Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
My Magic World – Edwin [Hooper]
That’s Entertainment – testimonial
Speedy – testimonial
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Volume 12, Number 10, June, 1980, 68 unnumbered pages – Just Unique Novel Entertainment
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
Nesto Box Improved? – Graham Leech
Adair’s Tip Tops – Ian Adair
Trick File
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
Migrating Aces – David Davis
Royal Salute to the Card Stars – David Davis
Birds of China – Based very loosely on Birds of Burma – Ali Ben Ali
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
Alas – Poor Yorick!
The Parade of Husbands – Ken de Courcy
The Intelligent ‘Nut’ – E.E. Gilbert
The Magician’s Blues – poem – Kenneth Mate
Have You Heard… – jokes
At Homb with McComb – Billy McComb
Adair’s Tip Tops – Ian Adair
Your Weekly Ad.
An Impromptu “Goof Ball” – Harry Carnegie
Kennaugh Kalling – Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
Edwin’s Ego Booster! – testimonial
Ah Fu and the Magic Fan – Eric & Margaret Hawkesworth
Pop Up Silk – Arthur Setterington
For the Mentalist – tip
It’s Elementary (My Dear Watson) – Lynn Covey
Adair’s Dove Column – Ian Adair
Coloured Dove Containers – Ian Adair
Barking Up the Score – puzzle – Alan Ward
Some Ideas on Mickey Mouse Mystery – Eric Pert
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
The Incredible Hulk – Terwyn Tomos
Laff Lines – jokes
Blake’s Bafflers – George Blake
The Gallivanting Coin
The Goldstein Continuum – Phil Goldstein
Aces by Division
Random Distribution
Chosen Distribution
Tablet of Tutam – Ravelle and Andrée
My Magic World – Edwin [Hooper]
E-ffective Improved – John Delaney
Link-A-Note – Arthur Setterington
Hexa-Flexa-Colorgon – David Cookson
Charles Kelman’s Supreme Bunny Box Routine
Is That Ring Knotted On or Not? – Les Sunderland
Chevalier Hat Production – John P.H. Coggan
Michael Rogers Remembers – anecdote
Astrological Magic – Solyl & Bablu Kundu (India)
Galaxy of Roses – Henrique
British Ring Picnic – announcement
Magic Circle Thames River Cruise – announcement
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Volume 12, Number 11, July, 1980, 68 unnumbered pages – July Jamboree
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
Talking Tricks – Ken de Courcy
Heads Up! Tails Up!
I Say – I Say – I Say – advice on comedy
Kennaugh Kalling – Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
Eggs! – Ted Lesley (Berlin)
I Want To Be A Red Indian – Weedy The Clown
[Luis ‘Mago Luis’] Rodriguez’s Op Pass – Luis Gavilondo (Cuba)
Bits and Bobs – trivia and advice
Magic Touch – testimonial
My Magic World – Edwin [Hooper]
Just Another ‘Just Chance’ – Brian Davies
Half and Half – Tom Ogden
Squaring The Circle Again And Again – Stanton Carlisle
A Tip for Forgetful Freddie – Michael Rogers
Candle Capers – Harry Carnegie
Business Card Warp – Tom Ogden
The Rink Coin Box and Some Uses – Rink
Jumbo Golf Ball Climax – Ravelle & Andree
Colombini’s Card Magic – Lewis Ganson
Fabian’s Vortex
Try Twisting Tem – Eric Williams
cartoon
Ventertaining with Edwin’s Animals – Derek Lawrence
Six Silk Repeat – Harry Carnegie
cartoon
Adair’s Dove Column – Ian Adair
Improved Mirror Tube
Mail-Box – correspondence from Dick Williams
The Magic of Max Maven – Phil Goldstein
Random Specific
Chosen Specific
Mail Box – correspondence from Peter Warlock
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
Ilango Tango – moves with the Jardine Ellis Ring – P.K. Ilango (India)
Neato Okito – moves with the Okito Box – P.K. Ilango (India)
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
Telepathic Total
Blake’s Bafflers – George Blake
Al Koran’s ‘Golden Medallion’
Looking back at the ‘Nile Newspaper Divination’ – Wilfred Grant
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
Tip-Tops – Ian Adair
Keeping Slim and not ‘Jingling’
Red to Black – Rink
Supreme Eternal – testimonials
Avara’s Rope Addition
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Volume 12, Number 12, August, 1980, 68 unnumbered pages – Summer Cocktail
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
Pillar of Salt – Jack Bridwell
A “Taylor Made Contribution” – Harold Taylor
Blake’s Bafflers – George Blake
On-Off Foot Switch
An “L” of a Gag – Tom Rigby
Tall Story – joke
Snooper Snooped – Ali Ben Ali
‘Magic’ You Can Give Away – puzzles – Alan Ward
The Flying Coin – Zaharuddin Zahid
Bewildering Beacon – Arthur Setterington
Tips for Miss Muffet – Ross Robbins
Have You Heard? – jokes
Pretelephoto – Harry Carnegie
Irish Poker – Ken de Courcy
P.S. to S.P. (Postscript to Supreme Products) – Leslie May
At Homb with McComb – Billy McComb
Mysterious Money – Terwyn Tomos
Tip-Tops – Ian Adair
Looking After Your Silk-Screened Cards
Abracadabra Birthday Card – Peter Kidd
A Pack of Jumbos – Ravelle & Andree
The Crazy Card Trick
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
Just an Idea – Solyl & Bablu Kundu (India)
A Peep into the Mind of Angus Lavery – humor
The King of Koins – William Beecham
Jack in the Box – Derek Garbett
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
Production of a Glass of Liquid
Harbinesque – Freddie Firth
P.S. to Harbinesque
Jail-Break – Charles Temple, Jr.
Thanks for Those Little Words [re: Malcolm Yaffe] – Lewis Ganson
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
Non-Existent Chance
Kennaugh Kalling – Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
The Fashion Parade – Peter Kidd
Above Suspicion – Charles Scott
Remote Control Card To Wallet – Harry Carnegie
Great Men – Sam Dalal
The Goldstein Continuum – Phil Goldstein
Back-Ordered
Pip-Up Blendo – Someeran (India)
Oil and Water Aces – Tom Ogden
A Tip for “Birdies in the Box” – George High. Beccles
Out of Sight – Tom Ogden
Bits – Michael Jorden
Additional Bits for ‘French Without Tears’ Dove Production
Additional Notes on ‘Dove Van’ as a Sequence to the Production
Adair’s Dove Column – Ian Adair
Tip-Time with Doves
Paddle Dove
Snowball Dove
Double-Up Variation – Cushing Strout
Magi-Smile – cartoon – Ted Salter
My Magic World – Edwin [Hooper]
Rabbit Resuscitator – Bob Christensen
Adair’s Tip Tops – Ian Adair
An Unmessy Tip for Baking a Cake
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