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Here's Magic by Nelson Hahne and Joe BergHere's Magic
by Nelson Hahne and Joe Berg

When one of magic's most clever minds teams up with an award-winning magician and illustrator, you know the result will be unique effects that play strong plays strong and is so clever that even magicians are fooled. And that's what you get with Hahne and Berg's "Here's Magic."

There is literally something for every performer within these 96 pages. Effects with cards, coins, silks, a gambler's monte effect using a single matchbook, club magic, a stage illusion that predates Copperfield's Statue of Liberty vanish by some 50 years (but with a similar method), mentalism effects, the award-winning poker chip effect that took first prize in the Linking Ring magazine contest, close-up mysteries, effects for performance at parties and events, and so much more.

Here's what's included:

  • Introduction, by Dr. Harlan Tarbell
  • The Theory of Deception
  • Find the Match Stick
  • Method of Analysis
  • The Blank Cards of Psyche
  • Super Detection
  • A Mysterious Change
  • The Ultra Card Reversal
  • An Eye for Money
  • Patter Suggestions
  • A Card, a Case and a Vanish
  • The Coin Disappears
  • Another Method
  • Match-Tip Monte
  • Telling the Time
  • Chewing Gum Vibration
  • The Multiplying Cigarettes
  • The Phantom Knots
  • The Cards with the Color-Changing Backs
  • A Routine with a Double-Back Card
  • Lost in the Shuffle
  • Sawing a Stick of Gum in Half
  • Where Does the Cigarette Go?
  • Berg's Color Changing Thimble
  • Touch Reading De Luxe
  • The Penetrating Match Box Drawer
  • Flesh Grip Force
  • The Spelling Location
  • The Elusive Aces
  • Deviating Dime
  • Berg's Four Ace Routine
  • The Bewitched Poker Chips
  • The Card Behind
  • A Trained Card
  • The Peripatetic Rabbit
  • The Production of a Bowl of Flowers
  • The Sticks of En Hah
  • And in Closing
  • About the Authors

"Well illustrated, practical material which should well repay the purchaser manyfold for his investment. For the sleight of hand worker, 'A Mysterious Change' is to be highly recommended. The effect entitled 'An Eye for Money' should appeal to all of us."

-- Milton A. Bridges in the Sphinx Magazine

PDF format. Expanded reprint of the 1930 first edition. Includes important edits and updates; completely reset in crystal clear type; with added biography. 96 pages. ($5 US)

Here's Magic is available for purchase at Lybrary.com.

 

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