This is a vintage ORIGINAL autograph on a GENII Magazine cover.One of a kind!!
Neil Foster (1920-1988), born Edgar Neil Foster Jr. in Aurora, Illinois, was Abbott Magic Company's chief magician-in-residence and vice president and revived its magazine as the editor of The New Tops.In 1978, Foster became a partner in the Chavez School of Magic, eventually acquiring control of its Eastern branch. Foster became known for his trademark presentation of Joe Karson's commercial floating-ball effect, "Zombie," by transforming it from a small-scale trick into a stage-filling dance reminiscent of the routines of Fred Astaire.
His autograph is on the cover of the June 1950 GENII Magazine.Cover only- cover has been removed from the rest of the magazine, which is not included.
Autograph reads, "Neil Foster 1982".
CONDITION: excellent.Some expected age yellowing of the paper, slight foxing.This page was removed from a GENII Magazine and autographed by Foster. Autograph is very clear.COVER ONLY- the rest of the magazine is not included