Black art well tricks for the 80's
Peter Warlock
Magic, inc (1980)
In Collection
Magic tricks
booklet B0006YIODA
USA  eng
Warlock, Peter: Black Art Well Tricks for the 80's
©1980 Magic Inc., Chicago, IL
Softcover, saddle-stitched, 5.5x8.5", 80 pages

Comments: A companion book to "Black Art Well Tricks" by Charlie Miller


8 The Warlock Open Table
10 New Brian McCarthy Table
13 Warlock Tambo Table
18 Willane's Camouflaged Well
20 Warlock Black Art Lift Tray
22 Kovari's Trolley Black Art Table
24 Chocolates and Biscuits
29 Milk-Eau
32 Cut and Come Again
37 Diablo Flower Growth
42 Cocktails
45 The Original Jest
47 Pip of a Trick
49 Watch, Handkerchief and Bran
53 Tumbler Switch
60 Holmes Inexhaustible Table
63 Torn and Restored Card
70 Wethered Black Art Tray
75 Odds and Ends

Product Details
No. of Pages 80
Personal Details
Read It No
Location Magic Library (Home) Shelf Top
Condition Near Mint
Owner Bryan-Keith Taylor
Peter Warlock (born Alec William Bell), was a semi professional magician and publisher of "Pentagram" 1946-1959, "new Pentagram" 1969-1989. In 1952, he was awarded the IBM's British Ring Shield. His magician daughter, Elizabeth (see above) won the award in 1953.
Invented: Self Contained Milk Pitcher, Ringcord, Out of the Loop, Giant Size Triple Tubes, Silk Filter, Adhesive Glass, Cream of the Jest, Atomic Silk, Ring and Rope Release, PW Slip Cut
Wrote: Patterns for Psychics (c 1940), Bautier de Kolta Genius of Illusion, P.T. Selbit A Magical Innovator (with Eric Lewis), The Best Tricks With Slates (1942), A Haunting We Will Go, or Edison’s Box, The Complete Book of Magic, Walter Jeans, Illusioneer (1986) (with Eric Lewis)