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Ye Olde Magic Mag - Magic History and Collecting

Posted: August 31st, 2016, 7:08 am
by Marco Pusterla
The latest issue of Ye Olde Magic Mag is now out, with its usual collection of articles on less-known (or totally obscure) magicians of times gone by, and with an eye on the market of magic collectibles, with an overview of some unusual items sold in the past quarter (including a review and analysis of Nielsen's poster collection auction). This issues features Wandohobb, who was the first black mind reader and who had a long career in Europe between 1890 and the first years of the 20th century, but has been ignored in books and articles on the history of magic.

The magazine is available digitally, and only a few printed copies are available, post-paid worldwide.

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Re: Ye Olde Magic Mag - Magic History and Collecting

Posted: December 5th, 2016, 11:42 am
by Marco Pusterla
The new issue of Ye Olde Magic Mag, the quarterly magazine on magic history and magic collecting, is now out.

This is the first issue of the third volume: yes, it's already three years since the launch! I can't believe it either!

This issue contains many short articles about forgotten magicians, the first English translation of magic tricks from an Italian book first compiled in 1592, reviews of two European magic history events, and much more.

Only a small number of printed copies are available (only 75 are printed and most are subscribed to...), and a digital version is also available.

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Many thanks for the attention!