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Postby ZachLambert529 » 03/29/10 09:31 PM

For sale : Ibidem hard bound volumes. 3 books, new.

$120 shipped.


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Postby ZachLambert529 » 04/01/10 10:23 AM

Any takers? This is Like buy two bound issues, get on e free!!!
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Postby Richard Kaufman » 04/01/10 10:26 AM

Let me give it to you straight: it's a tough sell.
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Postby Dustin Stinett » 04/01/10 10:50 AM

I dont understand why its not more popular. Ibidem is a fun read. The word that comes to mindfor lack of a better oneis quirky (the covers alone are trippy), but there are several hidden gems in it if thats what you are after. But I am a sucker for old magazines because they are trips in Mr. Peabodys WABAC Machinea peek into our past (recent past in this case). For three heavy books, the price seems reasonable.

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Postby Richard Kaufman » 04/01/10 10:51 AM

Quirky = small audience.

P. Howard Lyons understood this, which is why he printed so few copies.

I understand it after publishing the first book in this trilogy.
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Postby Steve Bryant » 04/01/10 03:44 PM

The books are wonderful. I posted a new review this month, with excerpt, at

http://littleegyptmagic.com/magic.html
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Postby Bill McFadden » 04/01/10 04:09 PM

History + Art (Pat's) + the avant-garde card magic of the mid-to-late 20th Century. Amongst the pride of my library. And PHL knew his jazz, baybee.

If you have a yen to study Ronald Wohl's (Ravelli) creations, then you need these books.
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