Exhibition Card Fans by Goodlette Dodson - Book
This is a 1963 Haines House of Cards publication.
This book, by Goodlette Dodson, tells you the best type of cards suitable for card fanning. It tells you how to care for your decks and how to care for your hands. It gives different methods to insure perfect fans; fans with beauty and color. You will learn how to make beautiful card fans without "springing". Included are: the two-handed fan, two fans in one, the buzzsaw fan, the spotless fan, the traveling King, the rosette, triple transposition, the two-in-one (one large, one small), rosette and fan, the rising sun, the complete circle, the blank fan, the spot fan, the giant fan, the one-handed fan, etc. There are fifteen chapters and over one hundred photographic illustrations to teach you everything there is to know the art of making card fans.
PLEASE NOTE: There may be some foxing due to age.
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