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Charles T. Jordan Joker Monte No. 6, three cards shown in fan and turned over, spectator cannot find Joker
Related toAlso published here 1920 Ten New Prepared Card Tricks 13
Edward Bagshawe Introduction
1924 Exclusive Problems in Magic 9
Edward Bagshawe The Circle of Coincidence five different-colored silks are put in envelopes and attached to a star stand, five color cards are shuffled and matched up with the silks, tray to switch cards
1924 Exclusive Problems in Magic 11
Edward Bagshawe Cutting Thro' a Silk silk cut in paper tube and restored
1924 Exclusive Problems in Magic 16
Edward Bagshawe The Educated Ribbon slate is covered and put on a stand, a ribbon moves up from under the cover by itself and is then shown to be in the configuration of a previously chosen design of a set of design cards
Variations 1924 Exclusive Problems in Magic 19
Edward Bagshawe Vice Versa blue silk is put into red paper tube and then rolled up in some paper, when unwrapped the tube is blue and silk is read
1924 Exclusive Problems in Magic 24
Edward Bagshawe The "Decepta" Three Card Trick with a hinged card, jumbo cards
Related to 1924 Exclusive Problems in Magic 27
Edward Bagshawe Perambulating Pasteboards hat covered with handkerchief, cased deck put in container, it vanishes from there (black shell), cards removed from hat in string, case also in hat
1924 Exclusive Problems in Magic 32
Edward Bagshawe A Necromatic Notes borrowed bill put in envelope, deck with chosen card fixed with two rubber bands, bill travels into deck next to selection
1924 Exclusive Problems in Magic 36
Edward Bagshawe Sympathy black and red handkerchief put in envelope, selection made, image of card is shown cut out of silk with matching color, cut-out parts are stuck to inside of handkerchief in card configuration
1924 Exclusive Problems in Magic 38
Edward Bagshawe A "Spirit Divination" Mystery name of card appears on empty paper
1924 Exclusive Problems in Magic 42
Edward Bagshawe A Tissue Paper Mystery number cards, one chosen, LIAR is seen on tissue paper, when turned over and AR removed, it reads 17 which is the chosen number
1924 Exclusive Problems in Magic 47
Edward Bagshawe Cigarette Sorcery silk flag vanishes, is found in cigarette case, cigarettes are now on a tray under a tissue paper
1924 Exclusive Problems in Magic 50
Edward Bagshawe The "Simplex" Cervante servante attached to a tray, can be placed on any table
1924 Exclusive Problems in Magic 56
Edward Bagshawe The "Rapid Transit" Tumbler glass on tray under handkerchief, collapses visually and reappears in hat, tray mechanism which simulates glass
1924 Exclusive Problems in Magic 58
Edward Bagshawe A Dark Deception paper in envelope, tumbler of ink, ink vanishes gradually, word chosen from dictionary appears as white writing in ink blob on paper
1924 Exclusive Problems in Magic 63
Edward Bagshawe "Lighting a Lighthouse" flashlight battery vanished from silk and reappears in flashlight which sits in a lighthouse model
1924 Exclusive Problems in Magic 67
Edward Bagshawe A Wireless Wonder chosen quantity of silk travels from a "book of silks" to a box that was shown empty
1924 Exclusive Problems in Magic 71
Edward Bagshawe The "Kum-Bak" Cigarette Mystery cigarette pack hangs on stage, chosen number of cigarette is removed, vanishes and found back in pack
1924 Exclusive Problems in Magic 76
Edward Bagshawe A Deceptive "Floating" Ball "just an idea", thread hook up
1924 Exclusive Problems in Magic 80
Edward Bagshawe "Thought Precipitation" stage version, slate is covered and put on a stand, a ribbon moves up from under the cover by itself and is then shown to be in the configuration of a previously chosen design of a set of design cards
Inspired by 1924 Exclusive Problems in Magic 84
Edward Bagshawe The Bagshawe Substitute
1933 Farelli's Card Magic - Part One 33
Edward Bagshawe, Jack Merlin Learning New Sleights
1933 Farelli's Card Magic — Part Two 76
Victor Farelli, Edward Bagshawe The "Simplex" Thirty Cards envelope
1933 Farelli's Card Magic — Part Two 102
Edward Bagshawe Foreword
1936 "Lend Me Your Pack" 6
Edward Bagshawe Introduction
1936 Edward Proudlock's Version of the Sympathetic Silks 9
Edward Bagshawe Penetration silk through paper, new use for Phantom Tube
1940 The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 112) 666
Tan Hock Chuan, Edward Bagshawe R. & S. Optica Deck deck shown, then it changes back color and all cards are alike, partial rough-smooth
Inspired byRelated to 1948 Rough & Smooth Possibilities 12
Jochen Zmeck Non Plus Ultra "Mein Verwandlungsspiel"
deck shown normal, then all cards are alike and back changes as well, then back, partial rough-smooth
Related to 1962 Enzyklopädie der Rauh-Glatt-Kartentricks - Teil II 11
James G. Thompson Jr. Think-A-Word cards with words, one chosen, performer divines it by rattling off all letters, can get one "no"
Related to Aug. 1972 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 7 No. 10) 553
Karl Fulves The Brainwave Principle history of its development, starting in 1921 ("Edward Bagshawe's Reverse Deck may have been the first Brainwave deck.")
1983 A History of the Brainwave Principle 34
Edward Bagshawe The Optica Deck pairs held together with cut-outs and raised parts, all backs can be shown either blue or red, and face cards change to all the same
  • The Optica Technique
with reproduction of ad and original instructions, 1928
Variations 1983 A History of the Brainwave Principle 35
Robertson Keene Thought Cards Across
Inspired byAlso published here
  • Magician Monthly, June 1930
1983 A History of the Brainwave Principle 45
Edward Bagshawe Bewilda Deck cards held together in pairs with wires on corner, see also p. 77
1983 A History of the Brainwave Principle 84
Edward Bagshawe Think Alike No. 29, three silks halfway in paper bag, chosen one receives a knot
1988 Self-Working Handkerchief Magic 76
Edward Bagshawe, Sam Schwartz, Karl Fulves Metalogic No. 77, four coins, each represents a president, one chosen and divined
1989 Self-Working Coin Magic 106
Edward Bagshawe, Al Koran, Ron Wilson, Gene "Phantini" Grant, Ted Lesley The "Dream-Deck"-Combination single card divination
1997 It's Paramiraculous 2