HOLDEN -- MT163
 (1935)
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HOLDEN -- MT163

LOCATION: New York
DATE: 1935
OBV: Rabbit in hat with wand around "HOLDEN PALMING COIN"
REV: Same
COMPOSITION: GS, 39mm, R2, V3; ST, 39mm, R3, V3, GS, 31.25mm, R2, V3, V-R

Information From:
Magicians' Tokens And Related Items
An Illustrated check-list with estimates of values and rarities.
by F. William Kuethe, Jr.
TAMS Journal, Volume 18, Number 5, October 1978, (Part Two)

Product Details
Personal Details
Read It Yes
Location Magic Library (Home)
Condition Very Fine
Owner Bryan-Keith Taylor
Notes
Max Holden (magic)
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Max Holden (magic)
Born Boston, Massachusetts, USA Born August 20th, 1884
Died July 3rd, 1949

Cause of death natural causes
Nationality American
Occupation professional magician
Known for magic
Contents [hide]
1 History
2 Published Works
3 See also
4 External links
5 References


[edit] History
William Holden Maxwell (better known as Max Holden) (August 20, 1884 - July 3, 1949) was born in Boston, Massachusetts.[1] He spent much of his time as a boy traveling between New England and Scotland, accompanying his parents on junkets. He began as assistant to David Devant.[2]

He enjoyed success in England before coming back to the United States to work in vaudeville. He worked with wife as the team "Holden & Graham". His major act was a colored-light shadowgraphy.

Max Holden left the stage in 1929 to open up a magic business in Manhattan (with branches in Boston and Philadelphia) - the famous "Max Holden Magic Shop".[3]

[edit] Published Works
Programmes of Famous Magicians (1937)
Manual of Juggling (1947)
[edit] See also
List of magicians
Jugglers
[edit] External links
See more about Max Holden (magic) at MagicPedia, the free online Magic encyclopedia.
Max Holden Quote
Max Holden Magic catalog photo
[edit] References
^ "Max Holden". http://www.lybrary.com/max-holden-m-69.html.
^ "Max Holden MagicPedia entry". http://geniimagazine.com/wiki/index.php/Max_Holden.
^ "Quick Change Artistry". http://www.quick-change-artistry.com/shadowgraphy.html.
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