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Topic: Luckiest Boy in the World!
Message: Posted by: Tom Frank (Mar 1, 2006 09:54PM)
In less than a week I got to check out the Copperfield Collection as well the Klosterman Collection!!

Here I am with Robert Houdin's Light and Heavy Chest

[img]http://static.flickr.com/43/106542536_db986bfcd9.jpg[/img]

For more pics of my visit to the Salon de Magi [url=http://homepage.mac.com/tfrank8176/PhotoAlbum72.html]Click here[/url]
Message: Posted by: Rennie (Mar 2, 2006 08:50AM)
Fantastic photos. All I can say is I envy you..Any pictures of the Copperfield collection?
Rennie
Message: Posted by: Michael Baker (Mar 2, 2006 10:27AM)
Oh, my...
Message: Posted by: Tom Frank (Mar 2, 2006 10:30AM)
My pal Chris Kenner let me take some pics of the Copperfield Collection, but made it clear that he did not want them on the internet.

C'est la vie.

I will be writing up the experience on my blog, sometime in the near future.

TF
Message: Posted by: bcookmagic (Mar 2, 2006 02:07PM)
You rock Tom....WMS was a blast. Brian
Message: Posted by: Kevin Connolly (Mar 2, 2006 03:16PM)
Did Ken show you the naked Gloria piece from Kalanag + Gloria?
Message: Posted by: Tom Frank (Mar 3, 2006 12:58AM)
New link for pics of the "Salon de Magi"

[url=http://homepage.mac.com/tfrank8176/ISM/PhotoAlbum73.html]Klosterman Collection Pics •Click here[/url]
Message: Posted by: Michael Baker (Mar 3, 2006 05:00PM)
That one doesn't work, nor does the earlier one anymore.
Message: Posted by: Tom Frank (Mar 3, 2006 06:16PM)
Try this. . . [url=http://homepage.mac.com/tfrank8176/PhotoAlbum73.html]Click here[/url]
Message: Posted by: Michael Baker (Mar 3, 2006 10:29PM)
Great! That works! Thanks, Tom.
Message: Posted by: donsmagic (Mar 4, 2006 10:07AM)
Tom, Thanks for the great photos. I was at Ken's museum in 1992. It was incredible. I also was at Bob Lunds American Museum of Magic many times. I saw Bob's tour over and over again and always learned something new.
Message: Posted by: Tom Frank (Mar 15, 2006 01:03PM)
The history of the props and apparatus is as colorful as the the people who performed it.

Having known Ken Klosterman sice I was 12 years old he (as well as a few others) started me on the path to collecting at an early age. I purchased a Thayre Sure Shot Die Box from Ken when I was 13. It was the first piece in my humble collection. I still have it today.
Message: Posted by: ssucahyo (Mar 30, 2006 08:48AM)
Hello, that is cool pictures...I wish I can be there someday.
Thanks for sharing with us...

CC
Message: Posted by: DavidCaserta (Apr 11, 2006 04:49PM)
I had a chance to see both collections as well and will always remember them. Really unbelievable collections
Message: Posted by: Red Von (Apr 18, 2006 11:38AM)
Cool photo's Tom! Thanks for posting!!

:cheers:
Cliff
Message: Posted by: TannerJade (Apr 27, 2006 09:24AM)
WOW! Those are great!!
Message: Posted by: ChristianR (May 1, 2006 06:06PM)
Wow!!! You really are lucky!
Message: Posted by: Marvello (May 17, 2006 11:41AM)
Amazing photos. thanks
Message: Posted by: bcookmagic (Jun 6, 2006 04:07PM)
Hey there folks, I am hanging out with the lucky boy tonight at his Tuesday night session. I always have a good time while there. Brian
Message: Posted by: Paul Budd (May 18, 2008 01:26PM)
A truly amazing collection!!
Message: Posted by: MagicOzzy (Jun 9, 2008 07:19PM)
How cool, I would love to have that opportunity some day!
Message: Posted by: gimpy2 (Jun 11, 2008 09:53PM)
Great pictures where can I find a closeup of the light heavy chest
Message: Posted by: Tom Frank (Jun 11, 2008 10:31PM)
There was a nice Magic Magazine article about it with Close Up Pics
Message: Posted by: magicmax1 (Aug 18, 2008 04:24PM)
That Egyptian Room looks really cool. I wish I could be there right now.
Thanks,

-Max