Lloyd E. Jones
2 Photographs
In Collection
Inscribed & Signed & Dated

All those wonderful Himber bottles pictured with Lloyd in this blue ink incribed & signed photograph.
"To Sandy, I didn't drink it all" Lloyd E Jones 1965
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Location Magic Library (Home)
Condition Near Mint
Owner Bryan-Keith Taylor
Lloyd Jones (magician)
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Lloyd E. Jones (1906-1984) was a magician, pharmacist, book dealer and publisher.

Born in Grass Valley, California, Jones moved to Oakland as a child.

He was the proprietor of Magic Limited in Oakland, California from around 1941 until his death. His house organs were The Bat, Bat, Jr., S.O.B., Jr. and finally Bat Droppings.

He wrote book reviews for Genii Magazine under a column titled "Light From The Lamp" for many years and later in Tops.

Jones served as the first President of the Pacific Coast Association of Magicians, was a founding member and a president of the Oakland Magic Circle, helped to form the Magic Dealers Association and served as a national president of the Society of American Magicians.

In April 1981 he was made an Honorary Member of the Magic Collectors Association.[1]

He mentored younger magicians, such as Pete Biro, and published, edited, or wrote over 50 books on magic.[2]

Magicol No. 73 (November 1984)
"iTricks.com Magic News, Magic Videos and Podcasts » Blog Archive » Magic's Bat Man: Lloyd Jones".