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C. Lang Neil - After Dinner Sleights and Pocket Tricks

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1st Edition 1914 | Original -119 pages | PDF - 84 pages

Charles Lang Neil was an author, amateur magician, literary agent and publisher. His wife was a student of Charles Bertram. This early 1900's book is packed with upwards of 100 photographs and illustrations demonstrating various acts and arts of conjuring and legerdemain by the likes of T. Nelson Downs, H. De Manche, Charles Bertram, George Stillwell, Chas. O. Williams, and Mdlle. Patrice (C. Lang Neil's wife). Neil was the first author to use photographs in his magic books to convey body language and hand movements.

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11. THE PRINCIPLES OF NATURAL MAGIC
13. MANNER AND GESTURE
14. THE CONJURER'S CLOTHES
15. THE WAND
16. THE TABLE
17. TO PALM A COIN
18. THE BACK AND FRONT PALM
24. TO CHANGE A COIN
26. COIN AND GLASS TRICK
27. A COIN WRAPPED IN PAPER DISAPPEARS
29. TO PASS TEN COINS HELD IN LEFT HAND INTO A GLASS HELD IN RIGHT HAND AT ARM'S LENGTH
32. THE AERIAL MINT
34. PRODUCTION OF HANDKERCHIEFS
37. TO PRODUCE A NUMBER OF REAL HEN'S EGGS FROM A HANDKERCHIEF
39. THE HANDKERCHIEFS AND SOUP PLATE
42. WONDERFUL TORN AND RESTORED PAPER
43. THE MYSTERIOUSLY-JOINED HANDKERCHIEFS
47. THE CHANGING HANDKERCHIEFS
50. A RING PASSED ON TO STICK OR WAND WHILST BOTH ENDS ARE HELD BY SPECTATOR
51. THE TAMBOURINE TRICK

54. THE CUPS AND BALLS
54. - METHOD OF PALMING THE BALL
55. - TO HOLD THE BALL WHILST CONVEYING UNDER CUPS

59. THE BILLIARD-BALL TRICK
63. - A SUBTLE VANISH OF TWO BILLIARD BALLS

COIN TRICKS REQUIRING LITTLE OR NO APPARATUS
65. To spin a Coin upon the Floor or Table and tell blindfold whether it falls Head or Tail upwards
65. The Multiplication of Money
66. The Mysterious Addition
66. To place a Marked Florin and a Penny in two separate Handkerchiefs and make them change places at command
67. After wrapping Four Florins securely in a Handkerchief, to cause them to vanish, and be afterwards found in the possession of the person holding the Handkerchief
68. To pass a Marked Coin into either of Two Oranges

TRICKS WITH A HANDKERCHIEF
70. The Vanishing Knots
70. The Transformed Handkerchief
72. The Miraculous Handkerchief
72. A Borrowed Handkerchief Cut-up, Burnt, and finally found in a Candle
73. Colour-changing Handkerchiefs
73. The Magic Laundry
74. The Shower of Sweets from a Borrowed Handkerchief

TRICKS WITH CUPS AND BALLS
76. Various Sleights used in Tricks with Cups and Balls

FOUR VERY SIMPLE TRICKS
79. The Climbing Ring
79. To Indicate on the Dial of a Watch the Hour secretly thought of by One of the Audience
79. The Japanese Ball
80. The Obedient Orange

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