More Card Manipulations - Series No. 4
Jean Hugard
Max Holden (1941)
In Collection
#3175
10*
Conjuring
Card tricks
booklet 
USA  eng
Hugard, Jean: More Card Manipulations No. IV
©1941 Max Holden, NY
Softcover, saddle-stitched, 5.5x8.5", 54 pages

Comments: Illustrations by Donna Allen

Contents:

6 Chapter I - Sleights
6 Hugard Card Control
7 Bottom Palm Simplified
9 To Shuffle or Not to Shuffle
11 The Riffle Force
12 The Count Force
14 The Lyons Force (L. Vosburgh Lyons, M.D.)
16 Double Lift Substitute (Deane Moore)
17 Card Control No. ??? (Deane Moore)
18 The Cut Pass (Frederick Braue)
20 The Grote Instantaneous Palm (H. Walter Grote)

21 Chapter II - Flourishes
21 The Dip Color Change (Joseph Cottone)
22 The Snap Color Change (Joseph Cottone)
24 Visible Color Change (Joseph Cottone)

26 Chapter III - Tricks
26 The Marriage Meter (Frederick Braue)
27 Diogenes' Card
29 The Triple Discovery (Charles Miller, Jack McMillen)
31 Card Instinct (Frederick Braue)
32 The Challenger (Frederick Braue)
34 Aces Up (Bert Allerton)
35 Birds of a Feather (R.M. Jamison)
37 The Cards Rise Again (R.M. Jamison)
39 Triple Prediction
40 Auto-Location (Joseph Cottone)
42 The Aerial Count (Joseph Cottone)
43 The Jumping Joker (Joseph Cottone)
44 Magnetic Thought (Bert Allerton)
46 A Double-Dyed Swindle
48 The Diminishing Cards - Sleight of Hand Method
52 The Diminishing Cards - Mechanical Method (Charles Miller)


Product Details
No. of Pages 163
Personal Details
Read It No
Location Magic Library (Home) Shelf M
Condition Near Mint
Owner Bryan-Keith Taylor
Notes
Jean Hugard
(1871-1959)

Born in Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia. Stage and pen name of John Gerard Rodney Boyce, originally aka 'Jean Hugarde', later aka 'Chin Sun Loo'. Inspired in 1880 seeing Haselmayer show. Learned a week later reading Robert-Houdin's Secrets of Magic, then Hoffmann's Modern Magic. Debut in 1896. Pro since 1900. Moved to USA in 1916, working vaude 1916-18 and in own magic theater in Luna Park (at Coney Island) 1919-29 when retired in Brooklyn to write and edit magic. Named 4th SAM Dean of Magicians in 1951. SAM Hall of Fame.