The Art of Jugling and Legerdemaine

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Postby Todd Karr » 08/20/08 01:03 PM

Hi, everyone!

Announcing our beautiful edition of The Art of Jugling or Legerdemaine, one of the earliest and rarest of all magic books. Our special touch: it comes to you housed in a gorgeous period-looking leatherette drawstring pouch!

Order's limited to 1000 numbered copies and our special price is only good for one week: $45 (regular $50), postpaid in the U.S. Visit The Miracle Factory to order yours!

Now you can learn ancient secrets of magic from The Art of Jugling or Legerdemaine, originally published in 1612. Long out of print, there are only four copies of this edition in the world, and only 1000 numbered copies of this high-quality reprint. The text contains magic with cards, coins, balls, knives, and other objects, and you'll be amazed by the vivid explanations of effects still being performed today, including a packet trick with specially designed cards.

The Art of Jugling or Legerdemaine will give you a glimpse of magic four hundred years ago, and maybe even a few new routines for your show. It will also look beautiful in your library in its drawstring pouch, which looks like an accessory of the bygone magicians who studied The Art of Jugling.

There's also a historical introduction and 48 pages on high-quality UV-coated gloss paper, saddle-stitched, protected in the beautiful brown alligator-skin-texture pouch.

We know you'll love it!
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Postby Richard Kaufman » 08/20/08 03:49 PM

That sounds great! When will you ship?
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Postby Todd Karr » 08/20/08 08:01 PM

Richard: It'll be shipping in the next week. Watch your mailbox!
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Postby Bill Palmer » 08/21/08 05:05 AM


Why don't you do a reprint of the second or third edition of [i]Hocus Pocus, Junior[/i}? The illustrations in the second and third editions are much cleaner than the illustrations in the first edition, and more material is explained in that edition than in the first.

Steve Burton did a nice job on the 1634 edition, but it doesn't really have all of the OOMPH! that the second and third editions have.
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