101 Easy-to-Do Magic Tricks

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Abundantly illustrated, easy-to-follow guide shows beginning and veteran prestidigitators how to successfully perform over 100 tricks, including The Inexhaustible Hat, The Cut and Restored Turban, The Chinese Rings, The Rising Cards, Steel Through Steel, Fingers That See and dozens of other remarkable feats — each graded according to difficulty.

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Overview

Abundantly illustrated, easy-to-follow guide shows beginning and veteran prestidigitators how to successfully perform over 100 tricks, including The Inexhaustible Hat, The Cut and Restored Turban, The Chinese Rings, The Rising Cards, Steel Through Steel, Fingers That See and dozens of other remarkable feats — each graded according to difficulty.

A step-by-step guide to performing 101 magic tricks using easily available objects as props.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780486273679
  • Publisher: Dover Publications
  • Publication date: 12/21/1992
  • Series: Dover Magic Books Series
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 424,453
  • Age range: 9 - 12 Years
  • Product dimensions: 8.30 (w) x 10.90 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Table of Contents

preface introduction
  questions and answers for the beginning magician
  terms and miscellaneous information you should know
  notes on construction classic magic tricks
  chinese rice bowls
  the dollar bill in the lemon
  chinese wands
  the chinese rings
  rope and bottle trick
  the drumhead tube
  the inexhaustible hat
  the cut and restored turban
  dyeing the silks
  card on the ribbon penetration
  the vanishing bowl of water
  coin in the box card magic
  you do as I do
  the rising cards
  the four aces
  reverso
  the lazy location
  muscle reading
  you're the magician
  the twentieth card
  double reverse
  the telltale card
  one-way deck principle
  "think "stop"
  elimination
  the impossible location
  on forcing
  no-skill card force
  mental magic
  second sight with cards
  "numbers, numbers"
  table divination
  fingers that see
  the great telephone trick
  one ahead
  magic squares
  finding hidden objects
  x-ray eyes
  super memory close-up magic
  vanishing small objects
  handkerchief vanish
  paper-fold vanish
  the coin pull
  silk pull
  cigarette pull
  the rising cigarette
  ring on string
  the phantom cigarette
  string and straw trick
  paddle trick
  paddle variation #1
  paddle variation #2
  the great matchbox escape
  squash miscellaneous magic
  ring on the rope mystery
  the paper tree
  comedy flower growth
  the cornucopia vanish
  the magic mouse
  snip-snip
  wand from purse
  the vanishing wand
  production tubes
  instant silk
  super instant silk
  the rising pencil
  gloves to bouquet
  vanishing gloves
  flowers from nowhere
  silk through glass
  the restored necklace
  the stamp-album trick
  an easy production box
  the penetrating silk
  continuous cigarette production
  two-handed instant knot
  snap knot
  one-handed knot
  chalk mark through the table quick tricks
  the rising ring
  wood through steel
  the indestructible handkerchief
  the clinging wand
  the rising matchbox
  Ralph Read's tapping pencil
  steel through steel
  the rising match
  the divining stone
  an easy coin vanish
  a unique way to reveal a chosen card
  the broken and restored match
  the invisible lasso
  the rolling cigarette
  twin matches
  pulse stopping
  the standing pencil stunts
  clipped
  relit
  how to draw a perfect star
  how to float a needle on a glass of water
  the presliced banana
  how to empty a bottle faster than anyone else can
  the rising arm trick
  room for one more
  cutting a pair the hard way
  the mouse shadography chapeaugraphy the great magicians past and present books of special interest glossary
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