This two-volume set explains a huge range of effective close-up tricks with clear illustrations and descriptions. A brilliant reference for close-up performers from one of the most creative magicians in the field. Incudes effects from Ganson himself alongside tricks by Dai Vernon, David Berglas, Bobby Bernard, Ken Brooke, John Ramsay, Fred Lowe, Frederica, Alan Alan, Ross Bertram, Edward Victor, Slydini and Ken de Courcy.

 

Both of these volumes are earlier Harry Stanley editions, not the later reprints from Supreme.

 

Condition: Good/very good. Volume one is in very good condition with a neat owner's inscription on the front endpaper, and some very minor wear. Volume two is good, dust jacket has been attached to the boards with plastic film, may cause damage to inside boards if removed, some minor foxing and yellowing but overall clean. 

 

Binding: Hardback

Year: 1967 and 1969

Publisher: Harry Stanley

Pages: 634 (in total)

Dimensions (to nearest cm): 24 X 16cm

The Art of Close Up Magic, Volumes 1 & 2 - Lewis Ganson

£65.00Price