The Magicram – Supreme Magic – Hardbound Pristine Condition – Vol. #7

$45.00

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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 7, Hardbound.  In pristine condition and most in original wrapping. This is a huge tome of magical knowledge. 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 7, Number 1, September, 1974, 68 unnumbered pages – Your Favourites Are Back!
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
Henry Hay’s Coin Vanish
Kennaugh Kalling – Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
Ian Adair – Ideas Associated
Multicolour Paint
Have You Heard – jokes
[John] Wade’s Wonderful Adventures Through Letter Box Land
[John] Wade’s (and William’s) Wanderings
Contented Customers – testimonials
And Still More! – testimonials
Puzzles Which Entertain – Peter Rees
The Blind Rabbit’s Problem – puzzle
To Be … Or Not To Be – business of magic – Ken de Courcy
Mailbox – correspondence
Gags with the Self-Lighting Bulb – David Taylor (New Zealand)
Numbered – a card effect – Joe Riding
A Routine for Supersonic Spacemen – Jack Gittings
Wow! – testimonial
Thimble Change – Subir Kumar Dhar
Glug, Glug, Glug – patter routine – Paul Graham
Mysterious Writing – W.L. Lawrence
Daffy Definitions! – jokes
Showcase – Spotlight on Mentalism – Stanton Carlisle
photo of Stanton Carlisle
Tarot Trickery
The Unknown Power
The Brain-Buster Tarot Routine for Parties
Sum Do
Election Special test
photo of Stanton Carlisle
Your Card … My Card
The Numbers Racket
photo of Stanton Carlisle
Liquid-ation
The Zenith Sealed Message Reading Method
The No-Force Force
The Adventures of Jimmy the Crow and the Wandering Block – Martin Welford
Flighto-Cards – Cyro
Praise from a Pro! – testimonials
Lots of Knots – Subir Kumar Dhar
Egg, Silk and Bag! – David Taylor (New Zealand)
‘T T’ for Fun – testimonials
The Limit Wallet – Reginald Boncey
The Vanishing Coins – Rex Taylor
Cleaning Up! – jokes
Roll Up! Roll Up! – preview of Hastings Convention – Wm. G. Strickland
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
Mental Bridge
Edwin’s Magi-Go-Round – comments from Edwin Hooper
Votes for Women! – Ron Escott
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George Blake Writes
That Stripper Deck
Small Talk – jokes
Patter-Quips
Enjoyed! – testimonials
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Volume 7, Number 2, October, 1974, 80 unnumbered pages – Start of the Season Sorcery!
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
ten stages of magical development
Somebody Loves Us! – testimonial in ‘Memel’
Edwin’s Magi-Go-Round – comments from Edwin Hooper
Supreme in Portugal
To Be Or Not To Be – Continued – business of magic – John Wade & Stanton Carlisle
Confucious [sic] He Say – humor
Some Lines – jokes – Trevor Lewis
Three Routines for The Giant Parade of Kings – Ken de Courcy
Beauty Contest for Kids
Narrowed Choice
Verbal Choice
Wade – Still Wandering – John Wade
Fingerette – utility device – Rex Taylor
George Blake Writes
Again, That Coded Card Prediction
Sellotest – Rex Taylor
Greater Success – testimonial
In The Beginning – article by Reginald Boncey
My Way with the Cig. In Handkerchief – correspondence – Ken Barker
Milk in Hat – Douglas Parker
Fantastic! – testimonial
Fun! – testimonial
The Wizard that Voz – A Short Routine in Three Effects – Sam Dalal
Happy Hauntings! – testimonial
Faith, Coincidence or Magic? – Alfred Gabriel
Have a Banana? – Bill Lainsbury
Quip a Minute! – jokes
Invisible Deck Plus – Harry Carnegie
Cups, Coins & Balls – Rink
The ‘Photographic’ Himber Type Wallet – Maurice Phillips
You Must be Kidding – Jimmy Flowers
Best Ever! – testimonial
John Wade Quotes – from a show review
Lend Me a Dollar – A Vent Routine – George Schindler
Many Thanks! – testimonials
Publicity – poem – from the Masoni File
A Million Years Ago – article by Henrique
Matchstick in Handkerchief Extra – Peter Rees
Better Than Expected! – testimonial
Multum in Parvo – Reginald Boncey
Masterpiece! – testimonial
Concept 203 – Sam Dalal
At Homb with McComb – Billy McComb
Mail Box – correspondence
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
Supreme Winners! – testimonials
Ian Adair – Ideas Associated
Silken Dove Cage
Simplification – article by Ken de Courcy
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
A Trick from “Tibbles” [P.T. Selbit]
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
A Tribute to the Card Stars
World-Wide Acclaim – testimonials
The Blind Rabbit’s Problem – solution to puzzle
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Volume 7, Number 3, November, 1974, 68 unnumbered pages – Packed with Good Magic!
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
Patter Routine for Posi-Negative – Dr. Geoff Ogram
Testimonials
Great Uncle Bulgaria – Alan A. Reeve
A Hand Flasher from a spent throw-away Cigarette Lighter – Norman Rhodes
Your Magic Mouse – Subir Kr. Dhar
Edwin’s Magi-Go-Round – comments from Edwin Hooper
The British Ring, No. 25, 38th. Annual Convention, Hastings 1974
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
Magic of the Future
Mailbox
Book Enjoyed – testimonial
George Blake Writes
Card in Mind
The Misadventurous Card – Ken de Courcy
Coincidence – A Card Trick by Rex Taylor
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
Impossible Coincidence
Another Way with Supreme’s Miracle Coins – Ken de Courcy
Twice A-Round an Idea – R.C> Buff
A Tip for Handy Andy
Two from Chris Green
Chapeaugraphy Act – Ken Gage (South Africa)
Like a Gentle Rain – article by Ken de Courcy
Ian Adair – Ideas Associated
Slick Trick
Thoughts – a brief comment
Kennaugh Kalling – Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
At Homb with McComb – Billy McComb
cartoon
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
Shattering! – anecdote about Howard de Courcy
More of Wade’s Wanderings – John Wade
Mental Music – Harry Carnegie
Jack’s Alright! – testimonial
Successful Mentalism – Part 1 – Stanton Carlisle
Precliption Prediction – testimonial
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Volume 7, Number 4, December, 1974, 64 unnumbered pages – Happy Christmas Everyone!
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
advertisement – British Ring
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
Bob Gill’s Wild, Wild Card Routine
Speed – Efficiency – Good Magic! – testimonials
George Blake Writes
Don’t Say Vinegar – Say Sarsons
Not Very Original – But They Might Help – ideas from Peter Rees
Miniature Magical Mirrors
Whistling Wand
Silk from Empty Cone
To Be Or Not To Be – A Magician – article by Harry Carnegie
Kennaugh Kalling – Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
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Impromptu – Harry Carnegie
Coin Vanish
Penetration
Pen and Pencil Transpo
The Centre Tear
A Puzzle
A Comic Interlude
Down on the Farm
You and Your Tricks – article by Henrique
Uproar! testimonial
Tips from “Tiny” – Tin, The Musical Clown (USA)
Bottle Cap Trickery – Odd and Even – Johnny Ould (Canada)
Nervous – humor
Still More Thoughts on Lenny the Leprechaun – Stephanos
Presentation-Wise – Stanton Carlisle
Colour-Changing Plumes to Bouquet
A Norse of Another Colour – Stan Gibbs
A Long Card Trick
Patter for Lucky Loops – Stephanos
Let’s Talk Card Magic – Peter Rees
Turn Over Cards
Prediction Count
Pride – testimonials
My Routine for Fantasy in Feathers – Jeffrey Atkins
Card Crit – Ken de Courcy
Quadruplicate Queens – Stanton Carlisle
From Inland to Overseas – testimonials
The Cyclic Kick with a Conjuring Cube – G.G. Chapman
Laff-Line – joke
Pop – testimonial
Instant Silk On – Chong Yet Fye
White Hen? Red Fox and a Guinea Pig! – Poz
Ian Adair – Ideas Associated
Better than Geller?
C.A.R.E. for Doves
A Double Chance – Leslie May
Blendissimo – Michael Symes
Sinclair Says – testimonial
Successful Mentalism – Part 2 – Stanton Carlisle
One to Three Again – Doug Fuller
Audience Reaction – testimonial
Edwin’s Magi-Go-Round – comments from Edwin Hooper
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Volume 7, Number 5, January, 1975, 68 unnumbered pages – Lightning Card Revelations
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
Ian Adair – Ideas Associated
Record Paper Tear
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
Tommy Rowe’s Card Paddle Sleight
Edwin’s Magi-Go-Round – comments from Edwin Hooper
Colour Coincidence – Harry Carnegie
Confidence – article by Henrique
Two from Peter Rees
Silk from a Pack of Cards
Thought Reading
George Blake Writes
Again – That Stripper Deck
Lightning Card Revelations – A Showcase Feature – Alan J. Kerslake
Low Card & High Card
Buddha Helps
Wand Card
Figure Two
Get Out of This
Joker Impression
Black Card
Rising Case Card
Rising Pack
Close the Blinds
Eye Know Your Card
Cricket, Any One?
Jon’s Jem (Without a fake)
Changing of the Guard
Ace Magicians
Denomination
Maffia
Drink Up
Card in the Inside Pocket
A Flaw in It
Aces in the Spectator’s Pocket
Chosen Cards Across
The Magic of Wine
Spooky Writing
Some Forces
Stab Force
Count Force
Riffle Force
Impact – Ken de Courcy
Pre-clip-tion
A Case of Colour
Bottled Bill
Comedy Corner – Colin Smith (New Zealand)
Party Line
Hot Line!
Presentation-Wise – Stanton Carlisle
Watch Out
Gilly Gilly Washing – Johnny Geddes
Egyptian Memories – article by Harry Carnegie
Numerology – Richard Davies
Your Card Sir! – Rex Taylor
Bolt-Hole – Ken de Courcy
Irish’isms – joke
Letter from the Leaders – correspondence
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
How’s It Done? – testimonial
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
Direct Book Test
On Strike! – anecdote
Even the Great – anecdote
Successful Mentalism – Part 3 – Stanton Carlisle
Self-Start Magic Square – Rex Taylor
Playing with Squares – Peter Rees
Sage Sayings – tips and jokes
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Volume 7, Number 6, February, 1975, 68 unnumbered pages – Showcase from New Zealand
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
Telepathic Total
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
Well I Never! – Stanton Carlisle
At Homb with McComb – Billy McComb
Komedy Kolumn – jokes
Alice in Fairyland – Harry Carnegie
Before Channing! – article by Ian Adair
Masculine, not Feminine – Stanton Carlisle
Bill’s Book Discovered! – testimonial
A Good Pull – about Harry Blackstone’s Vanishing Bird Cage
Showcase from New Zealand – Compiled by Jim Reilly
Introduction
A Comedy Cooking Routine for Making Life Savers by Magic – Tony Wilson
The Great Chinese Tea Mystery – Jim Reilly
Three Little Pigs – Jim Reilly
Fake Lock – for Escapologists Only) – Jon Zealando
Ambitious Card Routine – Jon Zealando
$20.000 Keskin’s Timeless Motion Trick – Jon Zealand
Dancing Cane to Table – Jon Zealando
Ironing Board Suspension Illusion – Jon Zealando
For Fire Eaters Only – Big Flame Torch – Jon Zealando
The Time Traveller – Colin Smith
Road Map Troublewit – Colin Smith
It’s a Bone – Alan McLaren
Dove from “Christmas Carols” – Mr. Mystery (Stanley R. Goudge)
Pranky No. 2 – Wayne Rogers
Almost a Miracle – Paul Marcus
Rockette – Fred Knipe & Colin Smith
Cut and Restored Cyde Tube – Ned Kelly
More Lines – jokes from Trevor Lewis
Well Produced! – testimonial
George Blake Writes
The Knife Through the Coat
Puzzled and Pleased – testimonials
A Club Routine for … The Guillotine – Stanton Carlisle
Excellent Climax! – testimonial
Too Far! – humor
Edwin’s Magi-Go-Round – comments from Edwin Hooper
Kennaugh Kalling – Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
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Volume 7, Number 7, March, 1975, 64 unnumbered pages – March Magic
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
Who Won? = Ralph L. Erlewine
The Womble – Tony and Rosemary Green
Kennaugh Kalling – Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
At Homb with McComb – Billy McComb
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
Clarified Thought – Ken de Courcy
Coincidence Three – Floyd Shotts
Appearing Knots – R.C. Buff
Tips, Ideas, Odds and Ends – Harry Carnegie
Spooky Tumbler – Tanpari
In a Flash
Pop!
Find the File – Leslie May
Trapped – Subir Kr. Dhar
Other Bits
a stunt
The Sealed Prediction – David Britland
Second to None! – testimonial
Three Ideas with Three Small Cups – Matthew Hobson
Invisible Drinks
Linking Safety Pins
Multiplying Balls
Successful Mentalism – Part 4 – Stanton Carlisle
V.A.T. – Harry Carnegie
Ian Adair – Ideas Associated
Count the Spots
Delighted Customers – testimonials
George Blake Writes
Signed, Sealed and Delivered
Well Received – testimonial
From Scotland to the Colonies – article by John Shearer
Fire … Fire … Fire
Novelty Card Rise
Bags of Gimmicks
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
Making Certain
Some Lines – jokes from Trevor Lewis
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
A Universal “Out”
Television Production Box – Alan A. Reeve (Ivory Coast)
Chinese Magic nad Beliefs – Loh Toon Seng (Singapore)
Delighted! – testimonials
Wade – In Phanto-Land – John Wade
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Volume 7, Number 8, April, 1975, 76 unnumbered pages – April Foolery!
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
Thimbles, Chopstick and Silk
Britland’s Chance – David Britland
Challenge Telepathy
Birthday Card Production
The Queen Drops In – D.F. Parker
The Queen Steps Out – D.F. Parker
The Queen Steps Out Again – D.F. Parker
Edwin’s Tip for Kellini’s Die Through Silk
Silks to Balls – Johnny Geddes
Hard to Discover! – testimonial
Silly Saying – humor
Reggie’s Rambling – Harry Carnegie
Fairy-Tail – Subir Kumar Dhar
Lines – jokes
The Magician’s School Bag – Harry Carnegie
Clubs Come Up Trumps Cards – Twin Prediction – Stanton Carlisle
Anticipation – testimonial
realization – testimonial
Spelling Tricks And Other Tricks – Floyd Shotts and Frank Novotny
Using A Spirit Card
Elmer The Elf
Coin Cube
Rope To Snake
Forehead With Eyes
Genii Find The Card Now
Milk To Silk To Dove
Four Kings Trick
A Quick Coin Vanish
A Quarter For Your Card
Slick Chick
All Three Seven Of Clubs
Living & Dead Flash
Mental Projection Of A Card
Mr. Magic and the Pied Piper – Martelle
The Burned and Restored Card in Wallet – Ken de Courcy
Womble Wizardry – Leslie May
Hanky Antics – Harry Carnegie
Silk in Balloon – Smash Hit! – testimonial
Our Ding-A-Ding – Revelle and Andree
Silken Sorcery
Blending the Colours
Bewildering Blends
Eggs to Chicken
A Tissue, A Tissue – Flowers Appear
I Tawt I Taw A Puddy Tat!
Silk ‘N’ Rope!
Hot Dog!
Cig-Production
Happy Birthday / Merry Xmas
Silk ‘N’ Card
What a Bloomer!
Lubor’s Diabolic Die – The Perfect Answer – Walford Taylor
Marked Man – testimonial
A Routine for Curious Cottage – Harry Carnegie
Good and Bad – jokes
Rubbish – Nigel Roberts
20th Century Card Vanish – Stanton Carlisle
What Is Your Name, Madam? – John Penrose
Have You Heard? – jokes
Successful Mentalism – Part 5 – Stanton Carlisle
Speedy and Super! – testimonials
Ian Adair – Ideas Associated
Adair’s Slate Box
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Volume 7, Number 9, May, 1975, 68 unnumbered pages – Hay! Hey! It’s May!
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
Patter for Die Through Silk Surprise – Reginald Boncey
The Magical Mandarin – A Magical-Cameo for the Children’s Entertainer – Stanton Carlisle
Kennaugh Kalling – Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
More Ress’isms [sic] – jokes
Wades Wanderings (Continued) – column by John Wade
Looking Back
Restoration – humor
Figure It Out Again – Reginald Boncey
Weedy’s Utilisation and Ideas – Weedy The Clown
Ribbon Tangle – Arthur Setterington
My Routine for The Ju-Ju Man – Harry Carnegie
George Blake Writes
Blake on Malini
Odds and Ends – Harry Carnegie
Traffic Lights
Ropes Through Body
The Best! – testimonials
Rattle Dice – Stanton Carlisle
Heard this One? – jokes
Packing Your Dress Suit – A Timely Hint – Stanton Carlisle
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
Postscript on Strippers
Missed Opportunities? – testimonials
Hot Silk – Dick Ferguson
Successful Mentalism – Part 6 – Stanton Carlisle
Tamper Free – Ron Escott
Snappy Pipe Vanish – Jack Bridwell
The Teddy Bears Clinic – A Novel Production from Twin Stearo Speakers – Eric Hawkesworth
At Homb with McComb – Billy McComb
A Fun Interlude – Peter Rees
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
Simplicity Seventh Card
A Magic Pyramid – Kevin Hart
Sleight of Leg – Russell Hall
Club Talk – jokes
Ian Adair – Ideas Associated
Don’t be a Square!
Two-Way Book Gag – David Taylor
Westward Ho! – article by Len Belcher
Top of the Form – Len Belcher
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Volume 7, Number 10, June, 1975, 80 unnumbered pages – Summer Salad
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
A Routine for The Chicago Ball Trick – Ken de Courcy
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
The Chicago Ball Trick
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
The Choice is Yours! – testimonial
Jacko the Sausage Monkey – Ron THursby
Laugh! – jokes
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
Pick-A-Wizard
A Real Winner! – testimonial
Diamond Lil – A Gal of the Old West – Dick Ferguson
The Electronic Racket – R.A. Rose
Successful Mentalism – Part 7 – Stanton Carlisle
Ken Laff Lines – jokes
Snap, Paddle, Pop – Leslie May
George Blake Writes
Blake on Malini – Number Two – Levitation
Good Luck! – testimonial
Odds and Ends – Harry Carnegie
Sympathetic Silks
The Magic Chalk – Harry Carnegie
Odds and Ends – Harry Carnegie
Blind Date
At Homb with McComb – Billy McComb
Come Dancing – Len Belcher
That’s Entertainment – article by Stanton Carlisle
Ultimate One Man Telephone Trick – David Britland
A Mine of Knowledge! – testimonial
The Skull of Nostradamus – David Britland
Clip Clip – Leslie May
A Kid’s Routine for Gozinta Boxes – Ian Robinson
A Thought on Supreme’s Horsey-Horsey – Harry Carnegie
Reesisms – jokes from Peter Rees
My Patter for the Diminishing Bouquet – Martelle
Aces Chart – David Britland
X-Rated – Dick Ferguson
Corned Beef Dove – Tony and Rosemary Green
The Right Name – Supreme! – testimonial
Ian Adair – Ideas Associated
My Routine with Cash In Check Out
Have Case Will Travel – Henrique
Prevhuhes – Chris Hughes
More Club Talk – jokes
Henrique The Space-Age Alan Goodall – article
The Hard-Nosed Jack Card Conceit – Stanton Carlisle
Comparing the Goods! – testimonial
More Hints, Tips and Ideas – Harry Carnegie
Traffic Lights
Silk in the Middle
New Vanishing Wand
Mickey Mouse
Bow…Wow! – Stanton Carlisle
The Wandman Super Block – Reg Bouncey
Raven Raves! – testimonial
And a Book of Matches – Stanton Carlisle
Routine for Two and Two Make Five – Trevor Lewis
Kennaugh Kalling – Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
Edwin’s Magi-Go-Round – comments from Edwin Hooper
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Volume 7, Number 11, July, 1975, 80 unnumbered pages – Gellerism
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
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Ian Adair – Ideas Associated
Dovanishing Box
At Homb with McComb – Billy McComb
The Mini-Sub Trunk Illusion – Ken de Courcy
Wade in TV Land – article by John Wade
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
Swivelleroo Plus – David Britland
Subtle Symbol – A Close-Up or Platform Divination with Zenner Cards – Stanton Carlisle
Davey Jones’s Locker – Eric Hawkesworth
Bamboozling (Amazing) Bunnies – Peter Rees
How to be Two-Faced – article by Henrique
5 to 4 On – A Match Puzzle for the Bar – Tiny, The Musical Clown
George Blake Writes
What! Another Riser?
That Christmas Party – article by George Blake
Perfect – testimonials
Good Knight – Raffles
Nest O’ Money Boxes – Len Belcher
Excellent Value and Service! – testimonials
Gellerism [metal bending] – David Britland
Business Wise! – jokes
A Routine for the Brass Nut Release – Harvey Rosenthal
Gellerism – Part Two – Watch Stopping and Telekenisis – David Britland
Bits! – jokes
Successful Clown [William Dewaal] – correspondence
Gellerism – Part Three – Sealed Message Reading – David Britland
Mentalism on the Menu
A Couple of Useful Tips
High Standard – testimonials
The Magic Thimbles – Stanton Carlisle
Okito Penetration Silk – Aldo Colombini
More Gellerism – David Britland
Patter for Wandman’s Super Block Release – Reginald Boncey
Ideas for using Figure It Out – John A. Novak
Gems – testimonials
The Astronaut Card – Stanton Carlisle
drawing that should have been with Ken de Courcy’s Clarified Thought in the March 1975 issue
Out of My Hat – Mr. Fabian (Aldo Colombini)
The Wise Slate
Brain Speedy
Die “Gag”
Paddle Cin-Cin
Dice-sinphony
Lift-Die
The Infallible Pistol
Kennaugh Kalling – Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
Useful Tips
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
A Double Dieception
S.U.P.R.E.M.E. – testimonial
Mail Box – correspondence
Edwin’s Magi-Go-Round – comments from Edwin Hooper
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Volume 7, Number 12, August, 1975, 72 unnumbered pages – Kellini and Lainsbury
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
Kennaugh Kalling – Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
Ian Adair – Ideas Associated
Suitcase Vent Novelty
Tips!
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
One Odd Card
Mail Box – correspondence
Edwin’s Magi-Go-Round – comments from Edwin Hooper
Magigram Presents – The Kellini File
Another ‘Just Chance’
Appearing Card on Sealed Slate
Paint-a-Card Brush
Dig-a-Card
Blow the Silk
No-end Matches
Nu-style Sword Card
Crossed Card
Appearing Coins in Bottle
A Novel Way to Use the Dove Production Chest
Four Thimble Repeat
Locked Knockout – Arthur Setterington
Bill Lainsbury Showcase
Coin Combo
The Houdini Key
The Boozle Bowl
One Penny to a Pound
The Boozled Hank Routine
The Boozle Prediction
The Nicotine Queen – Stanton Carlisle
More Rees’isms – jokes
Anagramagic I, II & III – Stanton Carlisle
Superb! – testimonial
Open with the Post – David Britland
Visual Recorder – Arthur Setterington
Cagliostro’s Telescope – Jeff Hunter
My Patter Routine for Lucky Loops – Dick Ferguson
Henrique – profile by Alan Goodall
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Ganson’s “Teach-In”
The Sixth Finger
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
A ‘Splendo’ Routine – Len Belcher
Laughs for Money – jokes by Henrique
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