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Henry Stone

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Henry Stone


Henry Stone (fl. 1870s), a rather formidable bewhiskered man, was a magic dealer who did business in New York City at 297 Pearl Street in the 1870's.


Mr. Stone traded an entire show to Harry Kellar, after his had been lost by shipwreck, in exchange for DeKolta's secret of the Vanishing Birdcage. The letter, containing this statement of Kellar's was reproduced on page 259 of The Sphinx for November, 1945.[1][2][3]


  1. By Frances Marshall. Magic Bookman. (1974): 24
  2. HENRY STONE MAGIC DEALER by John Henry Grossman, M.D. Magicol No. 4 (June 1960)
  3. HENRY STONE—A REMINISCENEE in MUM May 1912 by Henry Hatton