Originally posted by bradmagic:
What's your favorite Kaufman book?
CoinMagic - it's a capital C Classic but I don't even think of it as a Kaufman book. It's too important and timeless to have been written in my lifetime.
... so I guess I have to say ...
Sankey Pankey - the best looking of the Kaufman books (that I own anyway). It's full of Jay's best thinking and the production values, drawings, writing and layout are just top notch.
The Complete Works Of Derek Dingle - I only do one trick from this book but I wouldn't part with it for anything. It was my first serious "card" book and you couldn't have ask for a better pair of teachers than Richard Kaufman and Derek Dingle.
(sorry if three titles is a lot but my library is 35% Kaufman / 35% Minch and 35% everyone else)
RK - how about some historical prospective or anecdotes on the production of some of these volumes?
[ August 21, 2001: Message edited by: Bill Duncan ]