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'''[[Edward Proudlock|E.D. PROUDLOCK'S]] ROUTINE WITH THIMBLES'''
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Described by [[Edward Bagshawe|EDWARD BAGSHAWE]]   
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With a  Foreword  by  [[Will Goldston|WILL    GOLDSTON]]    FOUNDER  OF  [[Magicians' Club|THE  MAGICIANS'  CLUB]] 
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Illustrated by 97 Photographic Reproductions from  the  originator's  own    hands,  and    3    line    drawings
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FIRST  PUBLISHED,  MAY,  1933.  SECOND  EDITION,  FEBRUARY,  1936  THIRD  EDITION,  OCTOBER,  1942
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== FOREWORD ==
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I admire a magician whose zeal for his art is always at fever heat. I admire a magician who sets out to discover some of the hidden treasures of magic and does not count the cost, in time and labour, that he spends on the task. Lastly, I admire the magician who, when he has found some of those hidden treasures, is willing and anxious to share them with his fellow magicians.
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The reader will now understand why I have a profound admiration for the magician whose originations appear in this book. One glance at it will convince anyone who understands magic that it is no ordinary book, and those who know Edward Proudlock— and I have that great pleasure—will not be surprised, for he is no ordinary magician, but a super-magician, a genius. He is brilliant when he is performing and equally brilliant—as this book proves—when he is inventing. I marvel when I think of the amount of energy he must have spent in acquiring—by sheer, hard thinking—the material for this book.
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And now he is giving the fruits of his labour away! That is what it comes to, for I know something about writing books and the cost of producing them, and so I know that when a book of this kind is lavishly illustrated with reproductions of photographs —as this book is—there is only one way of balancing accounts. The magicians responsible for the book will find that their labour has been a labour of love.
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It is a splendid little book, full of meat. Every sleight is beautifully described and adequately illustrated. What more can the most exacting reader require? That the book will become a classic I have not the slightest doubt and although you, dear reader, and I will not live to see that great honour done to it— for no book becomes a classic in the author's lifetime—we can all do our best to help it to reach that goal by spreading its fame abroad among all magicians worthy of owning the book.
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Friend Proudlock, Brother Magician, I salute you!
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WILL GOLDSTON.
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== CONTENTS ==
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* Foreword
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* Preliminary  Notes
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* Thimbles
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* Holders
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* Clips
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* Palms
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PART  ONE 
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* The  First  Sleight
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* The  Second  Sleight
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* The  Third  Sleight
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* The  Fourth  Sleight
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* The  Fifth  Sleight
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* The  Sixth  Sleight
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* The  Seventh  Sleight
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* The  Eighth  Sleight
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* The  Ninth  Sleight
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* The  Tenth  Sleight
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* The  Eleventh  Sleight
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* The  Twelfth  Sleight
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* The  Thirteenth  Sleight
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* The  Fourteenth  Sleight
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* The  Fifteenth  Sleight
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* Production  of  Ten  Thimbles
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PART  TWO 
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* Vanish  of  Five  Thimbles  and  Reproduction  of  Ten
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Latest revision as of 19:22, 12 July 2020

E. D. Proudlock's Routine with Thimbles
Routine with thimbles.jpg
AuthorEdward Bagshawe
PublisherL. Davenport & Co.
Publication Date1933
LanguageEnglish
Followed byEdward Proudlock's Version of the Sympathetic Silks
Pages32
 

E.D. PROUDLOCK'S ROUTINE WITH THIMBLES

Described by EDWARD BAGSHAWE

With a Foreword by WILL GOLDSTON FOUNDER OF THE MAGICIANS' CLUB

Illustrated by 97 Photographic Reproductions from the originator's own hands, and 3 line drawings


FIRST PUBLISHED, MAY, 1933. SECOND EDITION, FEBRUARY, 1936 THIRD EDITION, OCTOBER, 1942


FOREWORD

I admire a magician whose zeal for his art is always at fever heat. I admire a magician who sets out to discover some of the hidden treasures of magic and does not count the cost, in time and labour, that he spends on the task. Lastly, I admire the magician who, when he has found some of those hidden treasures, is willing and anxious to share them with his fellow magicians.

The reader will now understand why I have a profound admiration for the magician whose originations appear in this book. One glance at it will convince anyone who understands magic that it is no ordinary book, and those who know Edward Proudlock— and I have that great pleasure—will not be surprised, for he is no ordinary magician, but a super-magician, a genius. He is brilliant when he is performing and equally brilliant—as this book proves—when he is inventing. I marvel when I think of the amount of energy he must have spent in acquiring—by sheer, hard thinking—the material for this book.

And now he is giving the fruits of his labour away! That is what it comes to, for I know something about writing books and the cost of producing them, and so I know that when a book of this kind is lavishly illustrated with reproductions of photographs —as this book is—there is only one way of balancing accounts. The magicians responsible for the book will find that their labour has been a labour of love.

It is a splendid little book, full of meat. Every sleight is beautifully described and adequately illustrated. What more can the most exacting reader require? That the book will become a classic I have not the slightest doubt and although you, dear reader, and I will not live to see that great honour done to it— for no book becomes a classic in the author's lifetime—we can all do our best to help it to reach that goal by spreading its fame abroad among all magicians worthy of owning the book.

Friend Proudlock, Brother Magician, I salute you!

WILL GOLDSTON.

CONTENTS

  • Foreword
  • Preliminary Notes
  • Thimbles
  • Holders
  • Clips
  • Palms

PART ONE

  • The First Sleight
  • The Second Sleight
  • The Third Sleight
  • The Fourth Sleight
  • The Fifth Sleight
  • The Sixth Sleight
  • The Seventh Sleight
  • The Eighth Sleight
  • The Ninth Sleight
  • The Tenth Sleight
  • The Eleventh Sleight
  • The Twelfth Sleight
  • The Thirteenth Sleight
  • The Fourteenth Sleight
  • The Fifteenth Sleight
  • Production of Ten Thimbles

PART TWO

  • Vanish of Five Thimbles and Reproduction of Ten
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