J.B. Findlay - Bookplate
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Bookplate-Findlay


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SIZE: 2 1/2 by 4 1/4 inches.

COND: All in otherwise very Fine, almost MINT condition.
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Location Magic Library (Home)
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Owner Bryan-Keith Taylor
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James B. Findlay
(James Black Findlay)

Born: June 9, 1904 Glasgow, Scotland
Died: July 15, 1973 (age 69) Middlesex Hospital, London, England

Categories Books by James B. Findlay

James B. Findlay (1904 - 1973) was a magic historian and collector.

Contents
1 Biography
2 Awards
3 Books
4 References
Biography
Findlay had over 6,000 books and pamphlets in his collection and was editor of the Scottish Conjurers Association official magazine, The Thistle.

His writing career began in The Sphinx with the column "Scraps from Scotland".

Awards
First recipient of the Stanley Collins Memorial Award for Magic Collecting, instituted by F. Williams Kuethe, Jr. (1966).
Books
Juggling Through Four Reigns (1945)
First Collectors Annual (1949)
Second Collectors Annual (1950)
Third Collectors Annual (1951)
Scottish Conjuring Bibliography (1951)
Fourth Collectors Annual (1952)
Fifth Collectors Annual (1953)
Sixth Collectors Annual (1954)
Late Holiday - Perforce (1954)
Charles Dickens and His Magic (1962)
Conjurers Coins and Medals (1964)
The Travels of Testot (1965)
Anderson and his Theatre (1967)
Magic Coins of Czechoslovakia (1969)
Percy Naldrett; A Memoir (1969)
Eighth Collectors Annual (1972)
Ninth Collectors Annual (1975)
References
Goodliffe's Abracadabra, Vol. 56, No. 1435, July 1973, JAMES BLACK FINDLAY 9th June, 1904 – 15th July, 1973, page 71
The Magic Circular, Vol. 67, No. 745, September 1973, Obituary JAMES BLACK FINDLAY, page 266
The Magic Circular, Vol. 67, No. 746, October 1973, Obituary JAMES BLACK FINDLAY, page 288
M-U-M, Vol. 63, No. 5, October 1973, BROKEN WANDS, page 9
NINTH COLLECTORS ANNUAL, J. B. FINDLAY, MCMLXXV (1975), JAMES B. FINDLAY, A Biographical Sketch by EDWIN A. DAWES, p. vii
James B. Findlay: The Story of Scotland's Magical Bookworm by Edwin A. Dawes
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