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Franklin V. Taylor Materialization coin appears with the help of a spring clothes-pin and a handkerchief
Variations 1942 The Phoenix 1-50 (Issue 22) 91
Franklin V. Taylor Peek Deck
Related toVariations 1942 The Phoenix 1-50 (Issue 25) 103
Franklin V. Taylor Blow Up marked coin penetrates inflated balloon
1942 The Phoenix 1-50 (Issue 3) 11
James G. Thompson Jr. "Peek-Deck" Pappy Taylor's Peek Deck, as a code
Related to 1943 The Phoenix 1-50 (Issue 46) 188
R. C. Buff The $64.00 Word Taylor's Peek Deck combined with a dictionary book test
Related to 1943 The Phoenix 1-50 (Issue 46) 189
Franklin V. Taylor, Bruce Elliott "Visible But Unseen" Or " The Pocket Index That Ain't" card prediction, index in deck, switch in hat
Inspired by 1943 The Phoenix 1-50 (Issue 50) 204
Franklin V. Taylor Headline Speller silent spelling
1943 The Phoenix 1-50 (Issue 38) 155
Paul Curry Out of this Phone Book book, opened freely, line is forced, Franklin V. Taylor's peek deck principle with a book
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1944 The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 53) 216
Orson Welles Fruit Cup coin in egg in lemon in orange in grapefruit using a clothespin
Inspired by 1944 The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 61) 250
Franklin V. Taylor The Chinese Parrot two selected cards put in book, cards and content of the pages is divined
Also published here 1944 The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 73) 296
Franklin V. Taylor Taylor's Cups and Balls three cups, gaffed, thread and sponge, gimmicked possibility to make a ball appear under a cup
VariationsAlso published here 1945 The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 75) 304
Franklin V. Taylor, Warner Perry, James G. Thompson Jr., R. C. Buff Peek Deck with several ideas and handlings
1945 My Best 111
Franklin V. Taylor Materialization Coin appears with the help of a spring clothes-pin and a handkerchief
1945 My Best 195
Paul Curry Out Of This Phone Book book, opened freely, line is forced, Franklin V. Taylor's peek deck principle with a book
Related toAlso published here 1945 Miracles in Mentalism and Psychic Experimentation 20
Franklin V. Taylor, Joseph Dunninger Black Magic with playing cards and slit in book
1946 The Phoenix 101-150 (Issue 116) 465
Franklin V. Taylor Looped telephone book test, where card is put in book to chose page, method that extra card does not fall out
1948 The Phoenix 151-200 (Issue 153) 613
Roy Benson It's Magic Benson bowl routine
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1948 The Phoenix 151-200 (Issue 156) 627
Bruce Elliott The Back Room on Peter Warlock, Frank Taylor, Greer Marechal, invisible deck pantomime idea by Frank Taylor
Related to 1948 The Phoenix 101-150 (Issue 146) 588
Franklin V. Taylor Shoulder Card card to inside pocket or wallet, no palming
Also published here 1948 The Phoenix 151-200 (Issue 163) 656
Edward Clinkscale, Franklin V. Taylor Shades of Houdini selection is put back and deck hidden in other room, performer is tied to a chair and lights turned off, after some seconds the spectator gets the hidden deck and found the selection reversed and signed by the performer
1949 The Phoenix 151-200 (Issue 171) 684
Edward Clinkscale, Franklin V. Taylor Djinn's Journal divination of selected word
1949 The Phoenix 151-200 (Issue 176) 705
Franklin V. Taylor Double Stop two cards, see p. 793 for additional ideas by Al Forsythe
Also published here 1950 The Phoenix 151-200 (Issue 197) 786
Franklin V. Taylor Reader's Digest idea for Annemann's magazine test
1950 The Phoenix 201 — 250 (Issue 211) 842
Franklin V. Taylor Wet Dime! water drops fall from between two coins
1951 The Phoenix 201 — 250 (Issue 245) 980
Edward Clinkscale, Franklin V. Taylor Extra Sensory Prestidigitation three phase ESP routine, matching with ESP signs drawn on pieces of paper, mind reading of one as climax
1952 The Phoenix 251 — 300 (Issue 262) 1047
Franklin V. Taylor Try-Fly with 15 cards each, separated in reds and blacks, three double facer
1952 The Phoenix 251 — 300 (Issue 264) 1054
Franklin V. Taylor Thumb Fun ring vanishes and appears on spectator's thumb which was covered by a handkerchief, see also p. 1093
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1952 The Phoenix 251 — 300 (Issue 267) 1068
Dai Vernon Vernon on Taylor on Ellis
Inspired by 1952 The Phoenix 251 — 300 (Issue 268) 1073
Franklin V. Taylor Taylor's Cups and Balls three cups, gaffed, thread and sponge, gimmicked possibility to make a ball appear under a cup
Also published here 1953 Classic Secrets of Magic 187
Peter Warlock Warlock's Thumb Tip handling detail for Thumb Fun
Inspired by 1953 The Phoenix 251 — 300 (Issue 276) 1105
Fred Keating Carrousel variation on thumb fun
Inspired by 1953 The Phoenix 251 — 300 (Issue 284) 1137
Franklin V. Taylor Brema + Taylor brema nut, nut off rope, with handkerchief
Also published here 1954 The Phoenix 251 — 300 (Issue 297) 1186
Franklin V. Taylor Frank's Vanish card vanish under handkerchief, scotch tape
1954 The Phoenix 251 — 300 (Issue 298) 1193
Franklin V. Taylor Apport three crumbled paper balls, one is selected, objects on cards selected on appears in paper
1954 The Phoenix 251 — 300 (Issue 300) 1199
Horace E. Bennett, Jardine Ellis, Bertram Millidge, Franklin V. Taylor Combination shoelace and Ellis ring penetration, second phase, finger ring becomes entangled
Related to 1955 The New Phoenix 301-348 (Issue 330) 129
Franklin V. Taylor Thumb Fun ring vanishes and appears on spectator's thumb which was covered by a handkerchief
Also published here 1956 The Best in Magic 71
Franklin V. Taylor Brema Plus Taylor Brema Nut, nut off rope, with handkerchief
Also published here 1956 The Best in Magic 73
Franklin V. Taylor Double Stop two cards
Also published here 1956 The Best in Magic 106
Franklin V. Taylor Shoulder Card card to inside pocket or wallet, no palming
Also published here 1956 The Best in Magic 165
James G. Thompson Jr., Franklin V. Taylor Cups and Balls
  • Taylor's Cups and Balls Variation
  • Cups and Balls, classic routine with three cups
  • Benson Bowl Routine Variation
Inspired by 1956 Top Secrets of Magic 93
Franklin V. Taylor The Chinese Parrot two selected cards put in book, cards and content of the pages is divined
Also published here 1956 The Best in Magic 216
Karrell Fox The Twitching Muscle presentation for Frank Taylor's Peek Deck
Inspired by 1960 Comedy a la Card 23
Horace E. Bennett, Franklin V. Taylor Jardine Ellis Routine on and off the shoelace, in the end string is threaded on finger ring
1967 The Art of Close-Up Magic — Volume 1 316
Horace E. Bennett My Jardine Ellis Ring Routine on and off shoelace
Related toAlso published here 1978 On Your Feet 25
Franklin V. Taylor Double Stop No. 59, two cards, two halves dealt, performer shouts stop
Also published here 1979 Self-Working Mental Magic 98
Franklin V. Taylor The Invisible Deck idea of pantomime routine with an invisible deck
Related to 1983 A History of the Brainwave Principle 90
Thomas Alan Waters Pagency word is selected from a book and named to the performer, he names correct position in dictionary
Related to 1985 Mind, Myth & Magick (Issue Fynys) 741
Ken Krenzel, Franklin V. Taylor Peak Decks approaches for the Taylor Peek Deck
1997 Ingenuities 111
Franklin V. Taylor Taylor Peek Deck brief, glued pairs
1997 Ingenuities 111
Barrie Richardson The Power of Suggestion ring over bottle, covered with handkerchief, spectator removes ring and hands it to performer, yet it is still over bottle when cover is removed
Related toAlso published here
  • Club 71, Easter 1987
1999 Theater of the Mind 80
Paul Curry Out of This Phone Book book, opened freely, line is forced, Franklin V. Taylor's peek deck principle with a book, first peek book in literature
Also published here 2001 Paul Curry's Worlds Beyond 153