Edited by Ray Hammond. Highly recommended by independant reviews in the "Genii" and "Linking Ring" and referred to as one of the best buys of the decade this magnificently illustrated manual of manipulation and general magic includes gems by some of magic's greats including Edward Victor, N'Gai, Gus Southall, Edward G. Brown, Peter Warlock, Fabian and Willane.
By Lewis Ganson. Also includes "Exhibition Card Fans" We believe this work to be one of the very best on the subject of classic card manipulation, including as it does a comprehensive section on card fans, techniques and methods rarely seen or used today.
By Theo Annemann. A complete, routined act of telepathy, mind reading and clairvoyance, designed for two people, and can be presented before the most critical audience. The minimum of preparation is necessary for the maximum of effect. The programme will run approximately 30 minutes but can be shortened if required. A5 size, 19 pages, soft back.
Volume Two 'The Lost Legends'
Robert Harbin, Edward Victor, G. W. Hunter.
Edited by Fergus Roy
The second volume , The Lost Legends in The Davenport Story series unveils three hitherto unpublished works by eminent authors who were close personal friends of the family. These works were only recently discovered during research for this series.
The Life and Times of a Magical Family 1939-2010
The second volume of the Davenport family's story starts where it could have ended with World War II. Conscription, bombings, crippling shortages and the real threat of invasion all conspired to end the family's dreams of continuing with the business they loved. Dame Fortune chose one man to pull the company through those testing years. That man was Gilly Davenport, and the story recounts how he overcame the horrors of the war, government bureaucracy and restrictions to ensure the businesses survived yet at the same time cared for the family