Ireland's Yearbook Reader Series - Book
Each Year Ireland Magic Company published a Yearbook full of tricks and ideas. These comb-bound books compile all of the Ireland's Yearbooks: Vol. 1 from 1934-1950, Vol. 2 from 1950-1960, Vol. 3 from 1961-1980.
The ideas, stories and tricks in all the year books were simply great. There are hundreds of individual items in each volume. No matter what your special interest in magic is or what you are working on right now, you will find material to suit it.
Items include: Hundreds of tricks to do. Many tricks and illusions to build, Manipulative routines of every type: Silk effects, rope tricks, coin routines, Card tricks, card manipulation, card sleights, Kid show tricks of various kinds, Comedy routines, both sight effects and with patter, Rabbit and dove tricks, both routines and to build, Close up effects and pocket tricks, Mental and Psychic tricks, routines. And more! Spiral bound.
Here are the contents of some of the yearbooks!
1961 - 80 interest packed pages, featuring Val Andrews, Shades of Sorcery, a series of umbrella tricks, Have Rabbit-Will Travel, Bunny Portfolio, Marlo's Master Position for the card man, Jay Marshall on Chicago magic. Four new Bruno tricks, plus dozens of others, building plans, gags and items, routines by well known magicians. Many exclusive photos and line drawings.
1962 - Two big book features: Thimbles Unanimous by Al Leech and Fifty Tricks with a Card Box by Don Tanner, plus SHelved magic by Walter Slasor. it has 19 routines for the magic you have stashed away! Plans for a low priced table, plus dozens of other tricks, ideas, routines, etc. Magician of the Year Book is loaded with commercial ideas you will use. Plus our Album.
1963/64 - Allessandro's Christmas Book, a collection of childrens's Christmas tricks with patter. Magic with Trading Stamps, portfolio of Gene Gloye Tricks. Safety Magic, by Bert Douglas, Magic Coloring Book. Section on Ana Eva Faye. Gambling lecture material. Tricks with cards, balls, silks, ropes, Zombie, liquids, kids, etc. 80 pages.
1965/66 - Dedicated to Jack Gwynne, with a profile, and building plans for one of his tricks. Reproductions of notes between Houdini and Gwynne, plus rare photos. Book Features: Linking Rings by Herman Weber, moves, patter, story ideas, dozens of Hahne illustrations. Secrets of Sandu by Paul Stademan, including his card conjuring. Salute to lady Magicians including a hundred year old review of a girl magician. Many assorted tricks, photos, etc. 96 pages.
1967/68 - A salute to Comedy and a profile on karrell Fox, with articles on comedy by several pros and the ABC of Comedy, Book Feature is The Card Artist by Tom Batchelor, with large coverage of the very famous and rare ÃƒJarrettÃƒ book. Plus many other useful and interesting sections. 112 pages in all.
1969/70 - The greatest Yearbook we ever issued - big, beautiful and something for every reader. The feature is a Salute to Collectors, a detailed article with the inside dope on magic collecting. Love and the Magic - The Romance of Magic Collecting, a rare article by Harry Houdini. Four book sections, Wild Magic by Bateman, Mentalists's Notebook by Auer, Perfect Dove Production by Gary Meador, Snow White Dove Tricks by John Brown. Plus a wide variety of tricks by many well knowns in magic, plus many rare photos and prints. Over sixty tricks in all. 144 pages.
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