Leo Houdeen - Houdini Imitator

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Postby Kevin Connolly » 07/12/10 12:24 PM

I just posted two escape artist pieces from circa 1910-1929 on my blog. The first piece is a trade card for Leo Houdeen. Now, here was a genuine Houdini imitator. The second piece is a escape artist postcard that needs to be identified. If you like to see these pieces, here is the link to them,

http://houdinihimself.com/?cat=3

Enjoy,

Kevin
Please visit my website.
http://houdinihimself.com/
I buy,sell + trade Houdini, Hardeen items.
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Postby Kevin Connolly » 07/12/10 01:47 PM

I just added a recent Houdini-related death to the list of imitators on the blog. Here is the link.

http://houdinihimself.com/?cat=3
Please visit my website.
http://houdinihimself.com/
I buy,sell + trade Houdini, Hardeen items.
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