Magic Without Apparatus by Camille Gaultier(c. 1945) (Submit Review) (Submit Update)
“A Treatise on the Principles, Old & New, of Sleight – of – Hand with Cards, Coins, Billiard Balls & Thimbles”. Translated by Jean Hugard, edited by Paul Fleming, Ph.D., illustrated by Frederick Braue and drawings by Donna Allen.
xi Camille Gaultier, I.L.D.
1 Magic and Magicians in France
6 The Literature of Magic
51 General Observations on the Technique and Presentation of Magic
61 Part One – Cards
62 Chapter I Basic Card Sleights
128 Chapter II Card Flourishes
150 Chapter III The Back and Front Palm with Cards and Manipulations Connected Therewith
196 Chapter IV Tricks with Cards
245 Part Two – Coins
249 Chapter I Basic Coin Sleights
293 Chapter II The Back and Front Palm with Coins, Other New Coin Sleights, and New Coin Flourishes
337 Chapter III Tricks with Coins
361 Part Three – Billiard Balls
365 Chapter I Billiard Ball Sleights
426 Chapter II Tricks With Billiard Balls
465 Part Four – Thimbles
467 Chapter I Thimble Sleights
505 Chapter II Tricks With Thimbles
- Publisher: Fleming Book Company
- Pages: 527
- Location: New Jersey, USA
- Edited by: Paul Fleming
- Dimensions: 6″x9″
- Date: 1945
- Binding: hardbound
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