The Modern Conjurer
|The Modern Conjurer|
|Author||C. Lang Neil|
|Publisher||C. Arthur Pearson Ltd.|
It was one of the earliest magic books to use photographs, with over 500 of them. Neil was not the first to use photographs to illustrate a magic book, but he was the first to use them to convey body language and hand movements.
It was rated as one of the Ten basic books for a working library of conjuring by the historian and collector, H. Adrian Smith.
- SLEIGHTS USED IN CARD TRICKS
- SIMPLE CARD TRICKS
- ADVANCED CARD TRICKS
- SLEIGHTS USED IN COIN TRICKS
- TRICKS WITH COINS
- TRICKS WITH BALLS
- HANDKERCHIEF TRICKS
- MISCELLANEOUS TRICKS
- PARLOUR TRICKS
- 1902 - Lippincott The first British edition has Lang Neil's last name misspelt as "Niel" on the spine.
- 1911 - second edition
- 1922 - third edition
- 1937 - David Kemp & Company (New York)
- New York Times Nov 22, 1902 advertisement for book
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