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On 2010-04-24 14:25, Sixten wrote:
E.G. Brown's Spelling Trick

Mr. Bob White
(On his dvd: "Card Magic, A Practical Approach")
p.s. Just read that there was a magician, E.G. Brown. (Now deceased) Maybe he was the originator of this effect?


Yes, see Trevor Hall: THE CARD MAGIC OF EDWARD G.BROWN (1973), p.24 . "The Spelling Trick"

By the way, note the original title is " The Spelling Trick" !

... and from Whaley's WHO'S WHO:
Brown, Edward G[eorge], MIMC
(Britain: 1893-1947) Bank manager. A top amateur sleight-of-hand artist. See Trevor Hall, The Card Magic of Edward G. Brown (1973, 211pp)
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On 2010-04-24 14:25, Sixten wrote:
E.G. Brown's Spelling Trick

Mr. Bob White
(On his dvd: "Card Magic, A Practical Approach")
p.s. Just read that there was a magician, E.G. Brown. (Now deceased) Maybe he was the originator of this effect?


(Thank you very much, Mr. MueCard. I do appreciate what you told me. Smile )
Now to read:

E.G. Brown's Spelling Trick a.k.a. Spelling Trick, The

Mr. Edward G. Brown
(On Mr. Bob White's dvd: "Card Magic, A Practical Approach" and also can be found in>
Mr. Trevor Hall's book: "The Card Magic of Edward G. Brown" (1973) pg. 24, for the "The Spelling Trick")
(BTW, A bank manager, with sleight-of-hand skills!/LOL)

Onward with "K"...
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If the actual name of the trick is "The Spelling Trick" then I believe that we are back to "E."
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I am at one with Magiguy.

Eff Jay Reverse

(Eff Jay in THE SPHINX vo.37 (1938)no.12 p.318)
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(Well, at least I learned about Mr. Brown. Smile )

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Mr. Cameron Francis
(Marketed item, download)

Onward with "8", or "N"...
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New Twist (Karl Fulves)
Methods With Cards - Part One (pg. 76)
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Two Card Topper

Mr. Edward Glassman, Ph.D.
(Trick #10/His book: "Family Magic II")
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Rising Cards in Swinging Houlette

(Slygo in THE SPHINX vo.9 (1910) no.1 p.14)
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Eye-Spy Short Location

Mysterio
(Pg. #57/"Mysterio's Encyclopedia Of Magic and Conjuring"/By: Mr. Gabe Fajuri)
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Tres Ingenue

worth revisiting

Joseph White
as released to Bill Madsen in Oct '67 issue of The New Jinx (66)

(mirror image issue)
"The universe is almost like a huge magic trick and scientists are trying to figure out how it does what it does"
Read more at: http://www.azquotes.com/author/5341-Martin_Gardner
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Welcome, ealexm, in our card-trick-title-game, which --- please note -- uses the following rule-->

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On 2006-10-13 14:37, 12345 wrote:
I name a trick and you have to name a trick that begins with the last letter...
Example: Jokers Wild
....Double lifts
You can also name sleights.
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The Negative Miracle (P. Howard Lyons)
Ibidem (April 1956, Issue 5, pg. 94)
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Elusive Ace, The

(Clifford L. Jordan in THE SPHINX vo.32 (1933) no.7 p.205)
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Expert Deal, The

Mr. Edward Victor
(Chapter: 2/His book: "Classic Card Tricks")
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Latest Force, The

(H. Syril Dusenbery in THE SPHINX vo.18 (1919) no.5 p.120)
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"E.V." Invisible Double Lift

Mr. Edward Victor
(Chapter: 1/His book: "Classic Card Tricks")
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On 2010-04-27 16:32, Sixten wrote:
"E.V." Invisible Double Lift
Mr. Edward Victor
(Chapter: 1/His book: "Classic Card Tricks")


Also to find (the original) in

Victor, Edward: Magic of the Hands (c)1937 (approx), published by Louis Tannen, Inc., NY, 112pp, stapled;
as:
"The E.V. Invisible Double Lift"

... and to go on:

Television Frame DeLuxe

(A. Dulin in THE SPHINX vo.44 (1945)no.8 p.211)
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(Thanks for threading the additional reference book, Mr. MueCard.)

Evolution of A Sandwich

Mr. Dave Strong
(Pg. #221/"The Cardiste"/By: Mr. John Russell Duck a.k.a. "Rusduck") (See, I remembered, Mr. Magiguy. Thanks. Smile )
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Well done, Sixten.


Hand of Destiny, The (Bob Ostin)
Bob Ostin: A Lifetime of Magical Inventions (Tucker, pg. 20)
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As my following post was not correct, it was not a title of a trick but of a series,
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On 2010-04-22 17:04, MueCard wrote:
Spectacular Card Sorcery
(T. Page Wright and William Larsen in THE SPHINX vo.27 (1928) no.9 p.428)

Sixten can again use his solution of Apr 22, 2010 5:41pm to my post for Magiguy's "Y"!
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