FROM OUR LIMITED/OUT OF PRINT SERIES!A select number of hard to find classic magic books have been recently reissued, in small quantities.This is one of those books, long out of print and originally published by Supreme Magic.HURRY- when these are gone, they are GONE!
THIS BOOK IS BRAND NEW.Suggested retail is $9.99.
Do you own a Dancing Cane, but you don't know how to handle it, or how to make it work smoothly for you?Or would you like to go beyond just a basic routine with it?This book is for you!PLEASE NOTE: YOU MUST HAVE A DANCING CANE TO DO THE MOVES AND ROUTINES IN THIS BOOK.
The Dancing Cane is a classic in magic and will remain so, even with new technology in cane design. One thing that remains the same is the handling and movements. Lewis Ganson has written an exhaustive book on the Dancing Cane. It covers such subjects as: floating, revolving moves, hand flips, around the head, clinging, through the arms, around the head, how to start, how to end and everything in between.
Inside this book, you will find numerous moves and handlings, including both R. C. Buff's and Ganson's routines.
Book is softbound. 34 pages.Author: Lewis GansonOriginally published by Supreme Magic.
The Supreme Magic Company was a British magic manufacturer and publisher, operating from 1953 until 1993.
Founded by Edwin Hooper in Devon, England with a loan from his father and with encouragement from inventor and propmaker Jack Hughes and from Percy Abbott, Hooper launched the Supreme Magic Company. He partnered with Abbott's Magic Company and over the years built Supreme Magic into one of the largest magic dealerships in the world. It was exclusively a mail order business. Supreme was not merely a retailer; they also published hundreds of books plus the magazines Magigram and Pentagram .Supreme Magic also manufactured numerous magic apparatus that is very collectible today.The company eventually employed about 100 people, including renowned magic inventor Ian Adair. In 1987, due to ill health, Hooper sold the company to Brian Head and Paul Dupee.They closed the business in 1993.
Lewis Jack Ganson (1913 West Ham, Essex – 22 December 1980 Hampshire) was an English magician who became one of the most prolific writers in magic, writing more than sixty books on the subject. For years, he was the editor of Harry Stanley's The Gen and contributor to Magigram magazines. He was also a vice president of the British Ring of the International Brotherhood of Magicians and a founding member of the Portsmouth Magic Circle.
BOOK ONLY. You supply your own ordinary objects.Book is softbound. 34 pages.