Signed Deck for Charity

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Postby David Acer » 06/08/07 03:10 PM

Five ambitious U.K. magicians (Graeme Smith, Paul Lewcock, Andy Brinkworth, Tony Youens and Jack Kertchly) have spearheaded an interesting project for charity in which 59 well-known (some downright famous) magicians were each asked to sign a different, red-backed Bicycle playing card, ultimately forming an entire deck, plus 2 jokers, the poker-rules card and 4 blank extras. The deck will soon be auctioned off for the Make-A-Wish foundation, most likely on Ebay. You can see the cards and the impressive list of magicians who signed them (e.g., Penn & Teller, James Randi, Michael Ammar, Cyril, Martin Gardner, Lance Burton, etc) at
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Postby Guest » 06/25/07 03:04 AM

Can i just take a moment to correct a name - its Jack Skertchley. If you follow the link to billymcoy he is the magician who signed Jack Of Diamonds

Postby Guest » 06/26/07 01:00 AM

Thanks Guys. Auction due to start on 11th July. ALL money raised going to the Make-A-Wish foundation.
Full Details at the Billy McCoy website.

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