Originally published in 1948, by one of the greatest sleight-of-hand artist of the 20th century Arthur H. Buckley. He demonstrates step-by-step professional moves, methods, and techniques cultivated throughout his forty years of experience with cards, coins & balls.
Principles and Deceptions is a collection of advanced principles, master sleights, and effects meant for the experienced student in sleight of hand who wishes to advance to new levels in their performance. Knowledge in related practical works on card magic is suggested.
Australian born Arthur Buckley became a professional magician in 1908, touring the far north of Queensland, Thursday Island, Cooktown, Cairnes, and his hometown Brisbane to headline the vaudeville bill at the Theatre Royal. After great success, he traveled to America to perform at the Orpheum Circuit Club in Chicago. It is through these travels that he gained first-hand knowledge from expert gamblers and magicians.
This book should be in every magician's library.
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Name Principles and Deceptions SKU 04-1209