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I came across this site by accident today:

http://www.vintage-magic-tricks.com/index.htm

The site is rather awkward to browse, and index on the home page is incomplete, but the entire catalog is there.

My favorite effect title: "The Girl with Radio Eyes" with "The Chicago Fire Bowl" running a close second.

cheers,

Lin
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Do you collect Heaney things? I have a dozen of his #25 catologs.
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On 2008-08-22 22:09, magicdoctor wrote:
Do you collect Heaney things? I have a dozen of his #25 catologs.

I have never seen as many magic catalogs for sale as the Heaney catalog. Was there a run of 1,000,000 or something ?
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On 2008-08-22 22:09, magicdoctor wrote:
Do you collect Heaney things? I have a dozen of his #25 catologs.


No, I'm afraid not--though I did have a case of the "wannits" last night as I was looking through the online catalog. I love late 19th/early 20th century magic as well as antiques and ephemera of all types, so it's probably only a mater of time before I fall to the siren song of magic collectibles... uh-oh... earplugs! earplugs!
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Lin, check this site out:

http://www.randomta.com
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Holey moley,... there goes my house...

lovely stuff though Smile
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On 2008-09-04 21:40, magiquarian wrote:
Lin, check this site out:

http://www.randomta.com


Gosh. I wonder who runs that swell site??
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A great guy with a great reputation. You may not always agree with Mario but he is always fair and honest.

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On 2008-08-22 02:12, lin wrote:
I came across this site by accident today:

http://www.vintage-magic-tricks.com/index.htm

The site is rather awkward to browse, and index on the home page is incomplete, but the entire catalog is there.


Y'know.....those kinds of sites really chap my knickers. That site is nothing but a stupid phishing site to bump people into EBay.......that pronounced EBay widget on each page?! How obvious can you get? I'll bet this guy isn't even a serious collector. Sheesh!!!!
His face isn't really this long in-person!
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If you want to see more collectibles take a look at my museum (work in progress) at atlantismagic.com
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On 2008-08-22 02:12, lin wrote:
I came across this site by accident today:

http://www.vintage-magic-tricks.com/index.htm

The site is rather awkward to browse, and index on the home page is incomplete, but the entire catalog is there.


Y'know.....those kinds of sites really chap my knickers. That site is nothing but a stupid phishing site to bump people into EBay.......that pronounced EBay widget on each page?! How obvious can you get? I'll bet this guy isn't even a serious collector. Sheesh!!!!

Paul,
I have to agree with you on this one !
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lin
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Duh, I had no idea... never even noticed the e-bay widgets, I was so totally engrossed by the catalog itself.

sorry guys.
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On 2009-03-20 03:14, tstark wrote:
If you want to see more collectibles take a look at my museum (work in progress) at atlantismagic.com


Ooooohhhh, such pretty, pretty things.... Smile
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Hey, TStark - when you gonna "show & tell" to Ring 55 besides in The Lota?
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