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  • Now You See It, Now You Don't!
  • Written by William Tarr
  • Format: Trade Paperback | ISBN: 9780394722023
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Now You See It, Now You Don't!

Lessons in Sleight of Hand

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A new and simple learn-by-picture method that makes it easy for anyone aged twelve and up to perform all the classic sleights just as they are done by the world's greatest professional magicians. Long-time magician Bill Tarr has teamed up with Barry Ross, an illustrator famous for his instructional sports diagrams, for easy-to-follow, step-by-step instructions, so that with the help of more than 1,500 line drawings that capture each eye-fooling movement, you'll learn everything from simple sleights you can master in minutes to the great classics of magic. With ordinary objects -- a regular deck of cards, a coin from someone's pocket, a few balls of crumpled aluminum foil -- you'll soon be doing ...

Card Fanning

Springing the Cards from Hand-to-Hand

The Lit-Cigarette Trick

The Three-Shell Game

The Cups and Balls

Three-Card Monte

The Cut and Restored Rope

The Miser's Dream

plus ...

Unbelievable Card Tricks

Coin and Cigarette Vanishes

and dozens and dozens of the world's greatest sleight-of-hand effects!

  • Now You See It, Now You Don't! by William Tarr Illustrated by Barry Ross
  • October 12, 1976
  • Games - Magic; Games
  • Vintage
  • $21.00
  • 9780394722023

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