Harry Leat was a controversial and influential magic dealer and publisher. This was one of his first three books all printed and published by himself in 1923. It gathers together the secrets of the very latest apparatus from a range of prominent dealers of the day. The dealers include Davenports, Gamages, Globe Magical Mart, Goldston's, Hamleys, Wilford Hutchinson, The Magical Apparatus Co. and Ross's Marvel Mart. A brilliant snapshot of the age.

 

Condition: Fair/poor, oversized covers have creases, tears and some loss to the edges (as normal), spine has many cracks and some loss, some foxing, wrinkling and creases to pages. Still firmly bound, a good reading copy.

 

Binding: Paperback

Year: 1923

Publisher: Harry Leat

Pages: 79

Dimensions (to nearest cm): 22 X 14cm

Magic of the Depots, 1923 - Harry Leat

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