The Magicram – Supreme Magic – Hardbound Pristine Condition – Vol. #8

$45.00

Product Description

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 8, 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 916 pages. No page numbers on printed issues, page numbers refer to the page in the file.

Volume 8, Number 1, September, 1975, 72 unnumbered pages – New Cover! New Series! New Magic!
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
Kennaugh Kalling – Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
Great! – testimonial
How Many Cards! – answer
Edwin’s Magi-Go-Round – comments from Edwin Hooper
Ian Adair – Ideas Associated
Cotton-Reel Lace
Call Yourself a Magician – Harry Carnegie
Dart
Dictionary
Dice
Disc
Doll
Dollar
A Magician Goes to Jail – remembrance by Reginald Boncey
Hue and Cry – Len Belcher
I Like this Very Much – testimonial
Mind Over Matter – T.H. Chislett
Mail Magic – Stanton Carlisle
Nine Match Mentalism – Subir Kr. Dhar
At Homb with McComb – Billy McComb
Inflation-Recession-Depression – R.B. Ferguson
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
Exorcising the Devil’s Daughter
George Blake Writes
Simple Prediction – Revised
Call Yourself a Magician – Harry Carnegie
Egg
Envelope
Elastic Band
Flower
Fan
Fountain Pen
Fork
‘Supreme’ in Magic! – testimonial
Supreme in the U.S.A. – travel report
Routine for Nick Trost’s Fool’s Mate – Michael Symes
Cabaret Gloves to Flowers – Stanton Carlisle
Thanks to Okito – Dick Ferguson
Wade – Still in TV Land – John Wade
cartoon – Ken de Courcy
More Useful Tips!
Gremlins! – errata [Call Yourself a Magician]
Musical Note! – Reg Bicknell
Calling All British Magical Societies [for a lecture]
Mr. and Mrs. Green for Children – Len Belcher
Remember You’re a Wombleician – Poz
Dual Mental Perception – Reginald Boncey
First Class Props! – testimonial
A Mexican Snowstorm – Stanton Carlisle
Charm Cards – Geoffrey Lamb
Coin Transpo – Harry Carnegie
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
I Wish I Could Meet Faucett Ross – review of ‘Magic with Faucett Ross’ – Ken de Courcy
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
The Biddle Move
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Volume 8, Number 2, October, 1975, 76 unnumbered pages – Autumn Leaves of Gold
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
Mail Box – correspondence
318 Ganson’s “Teach-In”
Minor Miracles
Pencil Twist
Pegs Apart
Mail Box – correspondence
The Magician’s Insurance Policy
Two Tricks Utilising a Si Stebbins Set-Up – Keith Downs
A Record? – testimonial
The Pierrots – Reginald Boncey
Saucy! – jokes
Ideas and Tips – Harry Carnegie
Cups and Balls for Children
Puppets and Road Safety
Impromptu Lighted Match from Pocket
Preparing Cigarettes fro Production
The Treasure of Hi Fli Wun
A Card and a Celebrity (Publicity Version) – Stanton Carlisle
Figuratively E.S.P. – Subir Kr. Dhar
Bow-Kay – Jack Bridwell (USA)
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
The Power of Five
Jimmy Crow and the Vanishing Handkerchief – John Ryan
An Idea for the Ross Salt Pour
Anonymoties – jokes
At Homb with McComb – Billy McComb
Practical Outlook! – testimonial
Naughty-Naughty – Stanton Carlisle
Dot Hop – John Yeager
Ye Olde Omelette Pan – Bruce Posgate
Patter for Omelette in Hat – Reginald Boncey
Going Into This Season’s Show – testimonial
Great Material! – testimonial
Beer Making Natives – Matthew Hobson
From the Values of the Memory Bank – Will Dexter
Ju-Ju Broom – Jack Bridwell
Anonymoties – joke
Hot-Line from Chicago – George Johnstone
The Elements – John Pellatt
George Blake Writes
That Elusive Lady
Dischance – Alan Goodall
Overseas Customers – Eurocheques – notice about payment
Ian Adair – Ideas Associated
Topsy Turvey Lollipops
Card Paddle Trick – Someeran (India)
The ‘Cockney’ Caper – Stanton Carlisle
Terrific! – testimonial
Weedy’s Utilisation and Ideas – Weedy The Clown
Coincidento – Stanton Carlisle
Number Please – Tony Raven
Call Yourself a Magician – Harry Carnegie
Gun (Toy)
Glasses in Case (Spectacles)
Glass (Tumbler)
More Lines! – jokes
Call Yourself a Magician – Harry Carnegie
Jotter
Ink Bottle
Jacket
Jug
Jar
Key
Knife
Patter Bits – jokes
Kennaugh Kalling – Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
The “Esscee” Rope Through Body – Stanton Carlisle
The Ninety-Six Card Trick – Ken de Courcy
Presentation Point [Hotter Than Hot Paper]
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Volume 8, Number 3, November, 1975, 80 unnumbered pages – Southport Report
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
Tricks for ’76 – a review by Ken de Courcy
Southport [British Ring 39th Annual Convention] – Report – Edwin [Hooper]
Such Strange Goings-on When Tricksters Meet – report by Geoffrey Mather
Magic with Mini-Slates – Subir Kumar Dhar
My Favourite Haunt
Dead Men’s Tales
Magic Circle Delights! – preview of The Magic Circle Annual Christmas Show
The Mummy’s Curse – Harry Carnegie
Jimmy Rogers Pro-Pounds – article by Jimmy Rogers
Truly Educational! – testimonial
The Enchanted Flowers – Stanton Carlisle
A Modern Day Levitation
The Present Time – Len Belcher
Deception In Spades – Stanton Carlisle
cartoon
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
Fabian’s Twisting the Aces
Call Yourself a Magician – Harry Carnegie
Umbrella
Vase
Wallet
Wine Glass
Zebra
At Homb with McComb – Billy McComb
Mail Box – Orville Meyer on the Supreme Mini-Wand Rise
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
Predicta Kid
Count Dracula is Dead! – Stanton Carlisle
A Useful Tip! – silks
A Tip from New Zealand!
What is Entertainment? – article by Henrique
Hobson’s Choice – Matthew Hobson
Paper Balls
Canister of U-Kan-Do
Cube in a Tube
The Sky-Hooked Coin – Ken de Courcy
Impossible Coincidence – A Little Difference – T. Nordnes
My Routine for Edwin’s Miss Muffet and the Spider – Keith Nicholson
Card Box Rise – Doug Alker
For “Baldies” Only – A Routine for “Flip” and “The Long Hare” – Jack Gittings
The Best! – testimonial
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Round the World in Magic – Harry Carnegie
Another Useful Tip!
Kennaugh Kalling – Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
Thank You Supreme! – testimonial
Ian Adair – Ideas Associated
Clear-Vue Blendo
Pick of the Pack – re: Guy Kent
George Blake Writes
A Drop Too Much!
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Volume 8, Number 4, December, 1975, 64 unnumbered pages – God Bless Ye Merry Gentlemen!
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
Fascination – Stanton Carlisle
At Homb with McComb – Billy McComb
Words of Wisdom! – humor
Some Thots on Flitting Flies – Dick Ferguson
Lewis Lines – jokes from Trevor Lewis
George Blake Writes
That Blessed Thumb-Tip
Complete Satisfaction – testimonial
Silk, Sponge and Surprise – Subir Kr. Dhar
Thank You! – testimonial
The Spectator Reads a Mind – Russell J. Hall
Naughty Jimmy Crow – Henrique
cartoon
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
An Appraisal of … The John Booth Classics – Bayard Grimshaw
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
Audacity Force
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Photo of Price Charles at his exam for The Magic Circle
Edwin’s Magi-Go-Round – comments from Edwin Hooper
Routine for Candy Andy – Henrique
Ian Adair – Ideas Associated
It’s Worth a Laugh! – visual gags
Me and Ol’Riley – John Wade
Call Yourself a Magician – Harry Carnegie
Matchbox
Mirror
Map
Money
Notebook
Knotted Wand – Keith Nicholson
50p. Flash Vanish – Harold Juggins
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
Rabbit Show
Rabbit Show – Ken de COurcy
Billy McComb’s Variation
Further Variations
Mo’s ‘News in Brief’ – Mo Howarth
A Bouquet from Little Rock – testimonial
Kennaugh Kalling – Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
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Volume 8, Number 5, January, 1976, 76 unnumbered pages – Success for 76!
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
Die-lemma – Ken de Courcy
Going Over Big! – testimonial
Edwin’s Magi-Go-Round – comments from Edwin Hooper
The Magic of Uri Geller – Ken de Courcy
Presentation for Pavel’s Black and White Records – Michael Symes
Another Method for Using Supreme … The Spider and the Flies – Stuart Leith
Call Yourself a Magician – Harry Carnegie
India Rubber
Ink Bottle
Ice Cube
Idol
Weedy’s Utilisation and Ideas – Weedy the Clown
Great Effects! – testimonial
Call Yourself a Magician – Harry Carnegie
Lanyard
Lollipop
Label
Lace
Lemon
Lozenge
Magazine
Marble
Match
Call Yourself a Magician – Harry Carnegie
Ring
Rope
String
Safety Pins
Silk
Soap
Stamp
Sugar Cube
Spoon
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
Fabian’s Easy Oil and Water
Counting Four as Four
The Buckle Count
The Three-Way Miracle – David Britland
A Closing Idea – O.W. King
Long Joker – John Ryan
Topical Magic – Harry Carnegie
Modern Popcorn Trick – Jack Birdwell
Nothing But Supreme! – testimonial
The Invisible Deck – Sam Dalal
A Case for Tricks – article by Henrique
Indestructible Ping Pong Ball – Stewart Vincent
The Three Bottles – Cyril Copp
The Book of the Year – testimonial
Gozinta – and a Sweet Load – Andrew Miller
Castle of Bills – R.C. Buff
George Blake Writes
Back Again Once More
A Bit of Sparkle – article by Henrique
Technicolour Dots – John Yeager
Alternative Patter for Gozinta Boxes – Reginald Boncey
A Routine for Christmas – Harry Carnegie
Prompt E.S>P. – Len Belcher
More Odds and Ends – Harry Carnegie
Music and Magicians – Alf (Dudini) Dewdney
The Magician’s Diary – Arthur Setterington
Hello Mr. Punch – correspondence
To Pay or Not to Pay – article by Henrique
Kennaugh Kalling – Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
Ian Adair – Ideas Associated
A Laugh a Line [gags]
Date Time
Football Crazy
Greedy Pig
Want a Light Boy!
Famous Name Prediction
Barber’s Pole
Living Bra
For Those Magical Functions
At Homb with McComb – Billy McComb
Terrific! – testimonial
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
Triple Koinincidence
EZ Colour Change – Dick Ferguson
Second Spot! – correspondence
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Volume 8, Number 6, February, 1976, 80 unnumbered pages – Fab Feb Features!
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
George Blake Writes
My Sympathetic Discs
My Tip for The Little White Hen and The Big Red Fox – Jack Birdwell
Successful Mentalism – Encore – Stanton Carlisle
Spell-A-Card – Someeran (India)
Terrific! – testimonial
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
Jumbo Wild Card Routine “Driving Me Wild” – Bob Gill
Alternative False Count for Jumbo Wild Card
It’s a Sure Thing – Richard Ferguson
Another Blendo – Jack Bridwell
Routine for the Self-Lighting Bulb – John Ryan
Kennaugh Kalling – Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
Tricks with Poker Chips and Other Ideas – Rink of Holland
The Secret Double Turnover
The Multiple Double Turnover
The Adventurous Ships
Chinese Chips
Find the Lady
Chips Again
The Mysterious Drawings
The Genie of the Pranks – Stanton Carlisle
A Warning – about talcum powder
Brilliant Patter – testimonial
Mail Box – correspondence about Sam Dalal’s Ultimate Telephone Trick
Gorgeous – testimonial
Children’s Routine for Flower Production – Gerry Walker
Some Thoughts on Supreme Effects – Harry Carnegie
New Vanishing Wand
Tea for Two
At Homb with McComb – Billy McComb
The Magic of Uri Geller – Randi answers last month’s article
Hypno Heat – David Britland
Suggestion a la Kreskin
Cremation
E.S.P. Cards – David Britland
The Five Card Fan
Telepathy
E.S.Prompter
Out of this World
Giant’s Cube in a Tube – Keith Nicholson
The Chop Vase – Richard Ferguson
The Jumping Jack – Reginald Boncey
Cards in Balloon – John Yeager
More Bits and Pieces – Harry Carnegie
An Idea with Smarties
Fun with Matches
Get Out of That! – article by Leslie Melville
It’s a Thought – tip for lighter fluid
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
The Red Square Mystery – G.G. Chapman
It’s Magic – A Five Card Repeat – Bryan D. Peggs
Another Game of Cards – Arthur Setterington
The Magic Circle Show – reported by Edwin Hooper
Puzzle Page – Ali Bongo
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Volume 8, Number 7, March, 1976, 76 unnumbered pages – March Mad-gic
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
Triple Dice Divination
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
Horoscopes, Magicians and Astrology
Mental Truth or Consequences – R.B. Ferguson
Routine for Funny Fotos – Keith Nicholson
Successful Mentalism – Encore – Stanton Carlisle
Brainwave Deck
Mail Box – correspondence
Pretoria Card Slate – Rassot
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
Blanko-Aces – John Yeager
Sid Sez – about Wally’s Impromptu Card Rise
Great Effect! – tip for Bunny Dove Hat from Harry Carnegie
The Supreme Card Caper – Stanton Carlisle
Matchless Coins – Stanton Carlisle
Better and Better! – testimonials
Extra, Extra! – Richard Ferguson
Well Received! – testimonial
A Matter of Taste – article by Henrique
Some Words of Praise! – testimonials
The Phoenix Match – Ken de Courcy
Billy O’Connor’s Twists – Harry Carnegie
The Whispering Queen
The Fadeaway Cards
The Two Detectives
A Crafty Location and Discovery
Edwin’s Magi-Go-Round – comments from Edwin Hooper
Ian Adair – Ideas Associated
Comedy Cascade
My Routine for Snow White Surprise – Billy Day
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Simplicity Cards to Pocket – Reg Boncey
Supreme’s Note in Saltshaker – Alan Shaxon
Zenith Telepathy – Stanton Carlisle
A Big Success! – testimonial
Bill in Walnut – Bill Mustin
Cards of Comedy – Stanton Carlisle
More Club Talk – jokes
Hades’ Examined Finger Chopper – Weedy The Clown
Dib, Dib, Dib – Routine for Lucky Loops – Tanpari
Rabbit from Womble Posters – Tony & Rosemary Green
Dots a la Mental – John Yeager
Keep the Coins Moving – Arun Bonerjee
Impromptu Key Bending – Clive Sheppard
Five to One Prediction – David Britland
Call Yourself a Magician – Harry Carnegie
Nail
Napkin
Newspaper
Note
Orange
Onion
Olives
Pen
Paper
Paper Clip
Pencil
Penknife
Purse
Poker Chip
Pound Note
Pin-Up – Subir Kr. Dhar
A Table for the Puppet – Harry Carnegie
Super Womble Repeat – Kevin M. Doig
That Brass Nut Revisited – David John and Malcom Yaffe
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Volume 8, Number 8, April, 1976, 76 unnumbered pages – Bob Gill Session
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
Sales Talk … Again – John Yeager
My Routine for The Luck of Lucretia – Billy Day
Successful Mentalism – Encore – Stanton Carlisle
Our Personal Q & A Routine
A Puzzle within a Secret – promo for Will Dexter’s “Feature Magic for Mentalists”
Cruft’s Champion – Harry Carnegie
Those Tantalising Tapers – George Blake
It’s a Fun Thing! – testimonial
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
Credit Squeeze Backwards – John Ryan
On Mentalism – testimonial
A Trio of Calculated Mysteries – Derek Lawrence
Calculated Loser
The Unbeatable Golf Story
Sympathetic Sum Word
Charmin Wot? – A Card and Silk Transposition – John A. Novak
A Magical Lament! – poem by Arthur Carter
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
Session with Bob Gill
The Ever Ambitious Card
The Gill Chop Cup Routine
Bags of Gold
After Faucett Ross
Pom Pom Fez
Successful Mentalism – Encore – Stanton Carlisle
Excelsior Clip-Board Routine
I Dreamed I Attended a Magical Convention – humor by Gordon Bailey
Four Minor Miracles – David Britland
The Misplaced Silks – Gerry Walker
That’s an Idea – article by Henrique
Magic of the Peg – testimonial
Books! Books! Books! – article by Ken de Courcy
Ian Adair – Ideas Associated
Six Silks and One Dove in a Flash
Edwin’s Magi-Go-Round – comments from Edwin Hooper
Hotting Up “Holy Joe” – Ken de Courcy
Toronto Talk-In – column by Bruce Posgate
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
The Corner Short
George Blake Writes
“Add-A-No” and a Claim!
A Curious Choice? – Version Two – David Britland
The World’s Best! – testimonial
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Volume 8, Number 9, May, 1976, 80 unnumbered pages – May Melange!
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
Mail Box – re: gag for Hindu Rope Trick
Liquor and Longevity – poem
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
That Chop Cup Again
The Orful Orange Mystery – Ken de Courcy
Edwin’s Magi-Go-Round – comments from Edwin Hooper
At Homb with McComb – Billy McComb
Thrice Clipped on a Ribbon – Bob D. Rose
Impact – article by Stanton Carlisle
The Joker Fooled – Harry Carnegie
Some More Ideas for Your Club Meetings – Harry Carnegie
Open-Air Magic
Pentertain
Diceptive Magic
Lolly in the Dolly
Club Magic
Tricks That Don’t Click
What Would You Do?
Magical Anagrams
Successful Mentalism – Encore – Stanton Carlisle
A Mentalistic Oddity
A Great Effect! – testimonial
Mail Box – re: directory of magicians
Jack and the Beanstalk – A Magical Panto – Harry Carnegie
The Lainsbury Showcase – Bill Lainsbury
Matchic
You Don’t Say
The Boozle Switch
Holy Smoke
Incidentally – Ken de Courcy
Silk Stretch
Silk Vanish
Balloon Rocket
Wand Bit
Bottomless(?) Glass
Putting Out a Match
Wand Production
Pen Production
The Right Colour Silk
Supreme Incidentals
Nail-O-Light
Inca Sticks
Match to Flower
Strike-A-Light
Akbar – Stanton Carlisle
Funny Uniforms – Keith Nicholson
One for the Price of Two – article by Henrique
The Spirits Speak – Stanton Carlisle
George Blake Writes
Tape Recorder Magic – Number One
Predict-A-Dot – John Yeager
Comic Cut – Len Belcher
Simplicity Classic – Disk Ferguson
Good Advice! – tips
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
The Kellini File – More Ideas by Kellini of Norway
The Top-Hat Cards
Balls on Wand
Ball in Bottle
Uri Geller Outdone
Confusing Blocks
Penetrating Chip
Upside Down Rocket
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
Miracle Stop
Tickled Pink – ideas and gags used by Stanton Carlisle
A Valuable Tip!
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Volume 8, Number 10, June, 1976, 76 unnumbered pages – Your Kind of Magic
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
Cards to Pocket
Aida – Ken de Courcy
Kennaugh Kalling – Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
America – The Face of Booming Magic – article by John Salisse
Professional Advice
At Homb with McComb – Billy McComb
Kidarama – reported by Leslie May
The Kellini File – Kellini of Norway
Passe-Passe Books
Upside Down Book
Confusing Books
Fishy Cards
The Art of Bending Spoons
Toothpaste Cards
Floating Microphone a la Zombie
Successful Mentalism – Encore – Stanton Carlisle
Money ‘N’ Mentalism
Patter Structure for ‘Think A Number’ – Joseph L. Schertz
Ian Adair – Ideas Associated
New Magic Bat
Whizz! – One-Day Convention – reported by Eric Harris
Balloon Penetration – Dave singleton
These I Have Loved – article by Reginald Boncey
Call Yourself a Magician (Conclusion) – Harry Carnegie
The Pounded Card – Chris Green
The Snow Queen – Keith Nicholson
Edwin’s Magi-Go-Round – comments from Edwin Hooper
Warning about unauthorized copies of Supreme publications
Ambitious Uplift – Bill Worsley
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Direct Action – G.E. Arrowsmith
Diddled in Diamonds – Len Belcher
An Alternative Routine for Supreme’s Ultimate Uplift – Keith Nicholson
Useful Tips!
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
Mad Matches – John Yeager
What’s Old is What’s New – comment
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
Your Kind of Magic
Through the Middle – Gilson Chapple
About that Wild Card – J.T. Roos (South Africa)
The Fantastic Ace – Aldo Colombini (Italy)
George Blake Writes
Tape Recorder Magic – Number Two
Popular Kid’s Entertainer Maurice Gidney Tells Us – correspondence
Not so Much a Book … More an Experience! – review of “Clever … Like a Fox” – reviewed by Ken de Courcy
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Volume 8, Number 11, July, 1976, 76 unnumbered pages – Lazy Daze-y Deceptions
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
Just in Case – article by John Allen
Tel-A-Coin – John Yeager
Safety First! – tip
George Blake Writes
Tape Recorder Magic – Number Three
Me and Ol’ Riley – article by John Wade
A ‘Pocket’ Gag!
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
Undercover Fans
Cards for Fanning
Thumb Fans
Reverse Fan
Single Handed Fan
Fans in Front of the Body
Ian Adair – Ideas Associated
Triple Load Production Box
Knotted Rabbit – Tony Green
Colour on Three – Len Belcher
Numerical Forethought – David Britland
Parade of the Kings Again
Triod – Russell J. Hall
Three Little Birds – An Easy to Make Bar Gag – Alan Ward
Manners Maketh Man! – advice
Kennaugh Kalling – Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
Ian Adair – Ideas Associated
Visual-Bits
Pen-Knife
Flashy
A Pain in the Neck!
Comedy Diminishing Cigarette
Pickpocket Thimbles – Keith Downs
King Solomon’s Ring – A Patter Routine for ‘Crystalized’ – Graham Pritchard
Edwin’s Magi-Go-Round – comments from Edwin Hooper
The Kings Converge – Jesse Demaline
The Missing Brother – Keith Downs
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
Impromptu “Sales Talk”
The Womble Box – A Children’s Presentation for the Gozinta Boxes – Keith Nicholson
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
Check Your Table Setting! – advice
A Routine for Supreme’s Colour Change Shoe Lace – Keith Nicholson
Two ‘Black’ Bottles – Reginald Boncey
Successful Mentalism – Encore – Stanton Carlisle
Len’s Lament – Len Belmont
The Kellini File – More Ideas from Kellini of Norway
Fire Cracker Surprise
A Variation to the Above ‘Gag’
Incredible Ball Stand
Diminishing Plume
Suicide Rabbit from Hat
A Novel Routine with Two Cubes
The Skeleton Family
Polka Hat
Silks and Tubes Prediction
Diminishing Bottle
A Tip for the “Invisible Match Gag”
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Volume 8, Number 12, August, 1976, 84 unnumbered pages – The “Auguste” August Issue
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Let’s Face It – editorial by Ken de Courcy
A New Look at an Old Classic – Dick Ferguson
An Alternative Ending for Supreme’s Magic Punch and Judy Show – Keith Nicholson
Kodo Incorporated – Ken de Courcy
Tips on The Sacrificial Cremation – Dave Singleton
The Magic Puppet – David Tomkins
Ian Adair – Ideas Associated
Three Useful Notions
Dry Mouth
Another Way of Using the Break-Away Wand
A Different Routine with Center Tear
How to Stop Smoking – Oscar Paulson
Edwin’s Magi-Go-Round – comments from Edwin Hooper
Edwin at the Ring Picnic – Edwin Hooper
Simplex Double Lift – David Britland
George Blake Writes
Tape Recorder Magic – Number Four
Tips for “Slip off Spots” and “Gem Buster” – Michael Symes
Box of Tricks – article by Henrique
Successful Mentalism – Encore – Stanton Carlisle
Living and Dead Test
P.S.! – correspondence
Presentation for Blind Date – Subir K. Dhar
Thoughts Provoked on a Rainy Day – article by John A. Novak
Five to One Plus – Leslie May
Silks ‘N Bags – John Yeager
Routine for Crystal Balance – Reginald Boncey
Tarzan and the Rubies of Balbula – Harry Carnegie
Which Word Wuzzit – John Richard Pellatt
Ganson’s “Teach-In”
Silver Spheres
The “Escee” L and D Test – Stanton Carlisle
Kojak and his Magic Lolly – Harry Carnegie
Shrinking Penny – R.B. Furguson
Bangers ‘n’ Beans – Eric Hawkesworth
Artful Collage – Len Belcher
A Decyphered Digit – Raymond W. Grosholz
Passing Pips – Ken de Courcy
An Effective Colour Force! – tip
An Impromptu Act – The Third Magigram Competition
Sarcophagus – Subir Kumar Dhar
Rice Bowls Hat – Jack Bridwell
Tremendous Impact! – testimonial
Arthur Carter Column – The Mysteries of Arthur Carter
Telepathic Ballot
A Pause for Thought! – advice
News and Views from the Colonies – George Johnstone
At Homb with McComb – Billy McComb
The Joker Appears – Jack Bridwell
Mail Box – from Hugh M. Wylie re:
Champagne Bottle
4 Kings
Kennaugh Kalling – Alan Kennaugh on the Show Business Scene
The Kellini File – Kellini of Norway
Painting the House
Mixed-Up Card Surprise
Cheeky Bird Frame
Prediction with Money
What Time Is It?
An Addition to Crazy Crooks – James Kelly
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