TELEPORTATION NOTES (Karl Fulves)

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TELEPORTATION NOTES (Karl Fulves)

Postby Steve Hook » January 1st, 2006, 12:41 pm

Euan Bingham: Please get in touch with me ASAP
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TELEPORTATION NOTES by Karl Fulves

INTRODUCTION: This manuscript considers the theme of causing a playing card to teleport from one location to another under reasonably strict conditions...[September 29, 1969] [Looks like it took ten years to finish and publish this booklet!]

TABLE OF CONTENTS:
Introduction
Pick-Off Pip (complete vanish of Ace)
Card In The Case (signed card transpo)
Redexpress (Backs transpo)
Theme and Variations
The Trip Back (red-blue transpo)
Cyprian's Jumping Card Box
The Cyprian/Fulves Method
For Every Action (Cyprian-Fulves)
Shape Changers (new type transpo)

Simply produced staple-bound 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 booklet; 24 pages; copyright 1979.

Light blue covers. "Hook" written on front cover. Pages and cover have no tears or bent pages. Minor rust marks from staples on cover.

Price: $10. in US, incl. 1st Class insured.

PayPal to steveh199@hotmail.com
(Ships next business day)

Checks and money orders must clear at bank, will ship ASAP.

Steve Hook
Cape Canaveral, FL

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Re: TELEPORTATION NOTES (Karl Fulves)

Postby Temperance » January 1st, 2006, 12:59 pm

how much for postage to uk?

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Re: TELEPORTATION NOTES (Karl Fulves)

Postby Steve Hook » January 1st, 2006, 5:04 pm

I'll email you, Euan.

Steve

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Re: TELEPORTATION NOTES (Karl Fulves)

Postby Temperance » January 8th, 2006, 2:58 am

Thanks Steve, very fast delivery!

Euan


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