Servais LeRoy's Magical Monthly
|Servais LeRoy's Magical Monthly|
|First issue||November 1911|
|Final issue||October 1913|
In 1910 Servais LeRoy took over the City Magical Company in London with the hopes of retiring from performing. However, he was still in so much demand that he left the shop in the hands of Wilfred Zelka and Max Sterling. LeRoy was one of the backers of Sterling's previously weekly journal The Magical World and for a short time, issued this periodical, Servais LeRoy's Magical Monthly, as the house organ for his manufacturing business.
In addition to listing the latest mysteries, it was known for LeRoy's provocative views on magic.
Sterling followed this magazine up with Magical World, New Series.
- See also: Edward Bagshawe's Magical Monthly.
- No. 1, Nov., 1911
- No. 2, Dec-Jan., 1911-12
- No. 3, Aug., 1912
- No. 4, Sept., 1912
- No. 5, Oct. 1912
- No. 6, Nov. 1912
- No. 7, May, 1913
- No. 8, June, 1913
- No. 9, July, 1913
- No. 10, Aug., 1913
- No. 11, Sept., 1913
- No. 12, Oct., 1913.
- Servais LeRoy By Milbourne Christopher in MUM, Volume 43, Number 3, August, 1953