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Topic: Greatest Silk Newbie book
Message: Posted by: wikiro (Oct 27, 2002 05:27PM)
What is the best book for a newbie into magic on silks? What is like the Expert at the Card Table by S.W. Erdnase or J.B. Bobos Modern Coin Magic of silk books?

Wikiro :dance:
Message: Posted by: Peelz (Oct 30, 2002 10:27AM)
This is a good question! I have been looking to get into silks for awhile now, and I would also be interested to know what a good book to start with would be. :cups:
Message: Posted by: RayBanks (Oct 30, 2002 01:38PM)
Karl Fulves "Self-Working Handkerchief Magic" might be a good start. There is lots of info in Wilson as well.
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Message: Posted by: Rice (Nov 1, 2002 05:12PM)
Rice's Encyclopedia of Silk Magic is an excellent resource on silk magic. Volumes I and II are sold by Hank Lee and others. I have some original volumes of Volume III. Our website also has a number of smaller publications on a variety of silk magic efffects which might interest you. The website is http://www.silkkingmagic.com. Hope this information is helpful.
Message: Posted by: Megatherion (Nov 1, 2002 06:45PM)
Hi,

I would recommend:

Rice's Encyclopedia of Silk Magic
Silken sorcery by Hugard
The Tarbell course
Later Magic by Hofmann

Yours faithfully

:devilish: Dan Kirsch :devilish:
Message: Posted by: Jeff Dial (Nov 5, 2002 05:09PM)
To answer Wikiro's question: Volume 1 of Rice's Encyclopedia of Silk Magic is like Erdanase or Bobo to silks.
Message: Posted by: wikiro (Nov 6, 2002 11:22AM)
Thanks everyone.

Wikiro :dance: