Supreme Magic Co.
Supreme Magic Co. (1953 - 1993) was founded and owned by Edwin Hooper in Devon, England until 1987.
In 1953, with a loan from his father and with encouragement from Jack Hughes and Percy Abbott, Hooper started the Supreme Magic Company. He patterned with Abbott's Magic Company and over the years built it into one of the largest magic dealerships in the world (Hooper did not consider his business as a "shop" and did not encourage visiting customers to his business.)
Hooper asked Ian Adair (as a teenager) to join him. The firm eventually employed some 100 people. Adair worked his way up to general assistant, then a general manager, then a partner. The two traveled the world dealing magic and lecturing.
Supreme sponsored a number of "Magic Days" throughout the British Isles.
Acquired in 1996 by Paul Anthony, it then became Magic Supreme Ltd.
Other "Supreme Magic" companies
In the United States during the 1940s, there was a "Supreme Magic Novelty Co." in Westfield New Jersey and a "Supreme Magic Studios" in Minneapolis, Minnesota.