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RCP
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What all was included in this volume? I am not sure I have all the supplements.
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I found this resource: http://www.classicmagicseries.com/volume8.html

What were the "Additional Material consisting of multiple booklets totaling 54 pages"

Thanks
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RCP, I had found that site as well and was looking to purchase some books. Nobody has responed to e-mails that I have left, any idea if the site is actually being monitored anymore?
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Try contacting Byron Walker regarding the Albo series. He can be reached at 510-352-1854
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Renni, thank you very much!
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RCP, just got the Supplement.

It has an updated section on Okito, some history and props on Thayer and a very nice picture set of Doc's collections. It shows his Okito room, Poster room, Main room and sitting room.
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For years I wrote the column "What Is It?" in the great "Magicol" magazine.
If a collector had a piece they didn't know what it was, we would publish it and all the collectors would answer. It was a great column , but since Magicol was a quarterly magazine, it took about 9 months to get the answer. NOW I do it on my web page and it is quick. Also great collectibles are there for sale, on consignment. Check it out at http://www.oldmagicprops.com
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That's terrific Terry! Looking foward to browsing your site.
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Albo Volume VIII - Classic Magic Supplement came with no supplements.
It was merely a three post binder destined to house the only major three hole punched material Dr. Albo ever published:
Okito Time Line
Voisin Force book supplement
Thayer supplement

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On 2008-01-27 17:35, Terry Harris wrote:
For years I wrote the column "What Is It?" in the great "Magicol" magazine.
If a collector had a piece they didn't know what it was, we would publish it and all the collectors would answer. It was a great column , but since Magicol was a quarterly magazine, it took about 9 months to get the answer. NOW I do it on my web page and it is quick. Also great collectibles are there for sale, on consignment. Check it out at http://www.oldmagicprops.com
Terry Harris


Hello Mr. Harris.
I could find no contact information on your oldmagicprops website to bring this to your attention privately so, in the spirit of being helpful, I must provide the following to you here:

You have two CTG lithographs listed for sale on your wesite @$550/per.
You have erroneously described them as 1-sheets and those two images were never released as 1-sheets.

What you have are two of his window cards printed by Otis of Cleveland.
If they have not been clipped, each window card will measure 14" x 22" and were printed on thicker card stock, not the usual thin paper used for posters.

A 1-sheet, printed in the USA, has nominal dimensions of 42" x 28".

Just trying to be of assistance so that you do not run into any trouble on their relative descriptions.
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Generous advice, Dr. Newman. Thanks for posting it.

Geoffrey
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On 2009-01-12 17:04, Levity wrote:
Generous advice, Dr. Newman. Thanks for posting it.

Geoffrey


Hello Geoffrey!
Based on your user name here, are you the gentleman who purchased a deluxe Thayer # 8 from me? - Australian?

Kindest Regards,
Doc
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