Gibeciere Vol. 5, No. 1 (Winter 2010) by Conjuring Arts Research Center - Book
This issue of the journal is robust and includes a fascinating article by Martin Gardner on the history of a specialized spelling effect with cards. Also included is an article by William Kalush on the general history of the speller which includes a facsimile reproduction of Dr. Elliott's handwritten manuscript on the 3 card speller. Once again we are privileged to include another glimpse at the history of Japanese magic by Mitsunobu Matsuyama. After all that they still found room to include a translation of a newly discovered and possibly unique 19th century French pamphlet by Antoine Castelli entitled Amusemens physiques. Join or renew now to be sure you won't miss this issue!
Pages: 179 - 9.5" x 6.5" - Softcover - Black and white and color images
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