The Jinx (Vols: 101-150) by Ted Annemann

(c. 1964) (Submit Review) (Submit Update)

Details: The Jinx is filled with incredible gems in bite sized pieces. Apart from a wealth of incredible effects, I love the commentaries by Annemann. The historical impact that The Jinx appears to have had is quite amazing. So much seems to have come from this publication.

Contents:

  1. The Jinx – 101 – 1940 – 4 pages
  2. Legacy from Tibet – Jaks
  3. Match Hypocrisy – R. C. Buff
  4. Eerie Cards – Kent Arthur
  5. Editrivia – Theo Annemann
    • Black and White Antipathy [par 7]
  6. That “Plain” Fellow, Oscar

  1. The Jinx – 102 – 1940 – 4 pages
  2. Double Discard – Art Lyle
  3. Odd Event – Sigmund Krumgold
  4. Two Ideas of Merit – Herb Rungie
    • A Thought Ahead
    • Whiskers
  5. Circum-Location – Dan Medley & Harry Jordan
  6. Editrivia – Theo Annemann
    • Information on Answering Questions [par 3]
    • Gulp! [par 4]
    • He Wasn’t Going Anywhere! [par 5]
    • A New Deal [par 6]
    • Gilbert and Houdini [last par]

  1. The Jinx – 103 – 1940 – 4 pages
  2. The Passing of Sherlock Holmes – J. G. Thompson, Jr.
  3. Mentelimination – Verne Chesbro
  4. Tomato Cocktail – U. F. Grant
  5. Jinx Libel Department – Al Baker Salt Trick
  6. Editrivia – Theo Annemann
    • Hot Weather Cure for Borrowers [par 4]
    • Correction to Solution of Oscar [par 5]
    • Spring Clip Binder for “The Jinx” [par 5]

  1. The Jinx – 104 – 1940 – 4 pages
  2. Mental Temple – Lu-Brent
  3. Merlin the Inscrutable – Allan Howell
  4. Fisherman’s Fancy – Bruce Elliott
  5. The King’s Kards – Hardin
  6. Editrivia – Theo Annemann

  1. The Jinx – 105 – 1940 – 6 pages
  2. Etchings in Magic – Paul Rosini
    • articles regarding magicians and their doings with photo of Paul Rosini
  3. photo of S. Leo Horowitz, Emile Jarrow & Paul Rosini
  4. Dimes and Pennies of Confucious – Emile Jarrow
  5. photo of S. Leo Horowitz, Paul Rosini & Dai Vernon
  6. A Futile Lesson in Magic – Paul Rosini
  7. The Devil’s Die Secret – Paul Rosini
  8. The Divining Pasteboard – S. Leo Horowitz
  9. Card of the Gods – Dai Vernon
  10. Editrivia – Walter Gibson

  1. The Jinx – 106 – 1940 – 4 pages
  2. Seven Wenches of Bluebeard – Bruce Elliott
  3. Pastiche – Kent Arthur
  4. Equiloball – Paul Curtis
  5. Editrivia – Dr. Harlan Tarbell

  1. The Jinx – 107 – 1940 – 4 pages
  2. The Postman’s Dream – Shaman
  3. Bartender’s Nightmare – Shaman
  4. Modern Monte – Chris Charlton
  • Publisher: D. Robbins
  • Pages: 273
  • Location: Brooklyn, NY, USA
  • Edited by: Ted Annemann
  • Dimensions: 9″x11″
  • Date: 1964
  • Binding: hardbound

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Approx. Price: $50.00 (2003) ***

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