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  • A N D A PA C K OF C A R D SBy JACK M E R L IN

    R evised by Jean Hugard

    W ithou t a doubt th is is the g reatest book ever produced fo r the s le igh t a f hand artist w ith cards. Y cu w il l actu a lly learn m ore from th is 'b ook than an y other card book on the m arket today. I f you do card tricks you cannot under any circum stances pass the book up.

    E xclusive sleights and m anipulations Passes; Second and B ottom D ealing; False Shuffles and Cuts; Thum b ana F in g e r Counting ; Changes; Th e G lide; F o rc in g and Crim ps Exclusive tricks based on the above principles. A series o f c lever card tricks to do at the card table. An expose o f H o w Gam blers Cheat but rea lly you expose noth ing. A lso contains the fam ous spread card tr ick o f M erlin . A pack is spread out on the table, face dow n w ard . A card is look ed at and replaced. Cards gathered up still m agican locates the card. Th is is on ly on e o f the Master M iracles that is exp lained.

    Inva .uab le T o A n y One W ho Does Card T ricks Prin ted and W e ll Illustrated

    $2.00

    '(fie Encyclopedia of Card Tricks

    By JE AN H U G AR D

    Twenty chapters of the finest card tricks known and containing very variety of artifice known to the subtle card worker.400 pages. Almost 700 tricksAlso included in this wonderful book is the Complete Nikola Card stem.

    A SECOND EDITION$5.00

    M O RE C AR D M A N IP U L A T IO N S No. 1 Jean Hugard M ORE C AR D M A N IP U L A T IO N S No. 2 Jean Hugard $1.50

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    TOM OSBORNES

    ' Passing the buck '

    The *'ost B r i l l ia n t Coin Trick ever invented.

    E ffe c t .Four coins are magically produced Four Cards are la id on a tab le ,the coins pass to and fro ,h ith e r and yon,under the cards and out o f them, and they move so fa s t that ligh tn ing is slow by comparison

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  • P a s s i n g the buck

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    Un top o f a deck place the fo llow in g f i v e cards;A.D,8K,5H,3C,4D. The Four o f Diamonds is the top card o f the deck .

    Five coins are hidden in the r igh t hand.

    The l e f t hand holds the deck as in f i g . l .

    Holding both hands chest h igh,the l e f t thumb pushes the top card over so the r igh t hand can hold i t as in f i g . l with the face o f the card tov/ards the audience.

    F ig .2.Hands are held chest high,and about a

    fo o t apart.

    Due to the pecu liar hold you have on the Four o f Diamonds,you are able to push the top coin over to the back o f the card.The l e f t thumb r i f f l e s the deck to cover ar\y noise while th is is taking place

    F ig . 3Both hands are lowered to severa l inches above the tab le top,and in tra n s it the r igh t hand turns the card and hidden coin over so i t can be held by l e f t thumb, second and th ird fingers .As soon as th is is done,remove the r igh t hand from the card .

    F ig .4.The l e f t hand places the card and the hidden coin on the tab le as in f i g . 4

    being care fu l that the coin doesn 't make eny noise. ( I t is best to have a c loth on the ta b le . )

    Likewise the next three cards from the top o f the deckare la id in a row on the tab le,v iith a coin hidden

    under each one.

    F ina lly a f i f t h card (A .D .) is taken by the r igh t hand and the la s t coin is pushed against the back o f th is card. Now lcwer your r igh t hand,keeping A.D. faced to the audience,while your l e f t hand drops the deck into your pocket.

    FIG.4Copyright 1941 by M p x Holrien

    New York C ity.

  • the card and the hidden coin ,so that the r igh t hand can be shown empty.So saying,"Nothing in my r igh t hand."

    F ig .6. The r igh t hand retakes the card and the hidden coin as you say; "Notning in my l e f t hand."

    P ig .7. " and nothing on the back o f e ither hand or card ." Turn the card and the hidden coin over.( The r igh t fingers in F ig .7. should be s l ig h t ly ben t.)

    F ig .8. The l e f t hand takes back and holds the card and the hidden co in ,w h ile the r igh t second f in g e r snaps against the back o f the card .

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    F ig .9. Hold the r igh t hand palm up,and use the card f o r 'a paint brush1.Brush the card against the palm o f the r igh t hand severa l times,and on the la s t brush leave the coin exposed in the palm as in F ig .9.

    Let the coin drop onto the table,and place the A.D. out o f the way.

    The f i r s t and most d i f f i c u l t part is now completed. From now on be sure to use the correct cards and those in the correc t pos ition . See F ig .10. Four Faced up cards are now in a row on the tab le ,a coin hidden under each one.One coin is exposed and is laying on the tab le between you and the Eight o f Hearts .

  • PATTER. " This t r ic k is known as 'passing the buck* .Using th is 'buck1 s ize coin, I '11 make i t pass in v is ib ly so as to be found under the Eight o f H earts .'1

    We suggest the use o f the French Drop,retain ing the coin in the r igh t hand where i t rests at the roots o f the f ingers ..Meanwhile, the l e f t hand makes a throwing motion^towards the 8.K. Now open the l e f t hand end show the coin has vanished. ''Vith the l e f t hand l i f t up the 8H to show the coin , and in so doing,turn the 8H back upwards,and place i t in the r igh t hand so as to cover the hidden coin.

    With th e _l e f t hand draw the coin towards you.Then place the 8H and the hidden coin on tab le face down with the r igh t hand as in F i g .11 .

    PATTER." And in the same manner I l l make i t go to the Five o f Hearts'1. Repeat the French Drop,and leave as in F ig .12.

  • F IG . 17 F IG . 18Pass the coin to the 5H. L i f t up the 5H. and show the three coins on the tab le . Produce the hidden coin from the 5H.Show the coin in your hand and lay the 5H. on the tab le as in F ig .17.Pass the coin in hand to the 8 H , l i f t the card and show the four coins on the table,keeping the 8H in your r igh t hand hiding the extra coin.Return The 8H and the hidden coin beneath i t to the ta b le , lea v in g everything as in F ig .18. Show both hands empty in an offhand manner .

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  • The magician now orders the coin to pass in v is ib ly from under the 4D to the 8H. To prove th is ,he l i f t s up the 4D to show that the coin is not there. (Place the 4D over the coin in your r igh t hand,as in F ig .25). and l i f t s up the 8H to show that the coin has arrived as in F ig .25.

    Now place the 4D face down with the r igh t hand over the two exposed coins,adding the hidden coin which is under i t . Then drop the 8H face down on top o f the 4D, as in F ig .26

    Now order the coin under the 30 to jo in the others. L i f t up the 3C to show the coin has gone and at the same t in e le t the coin,which is palmed in the r igh t hend,drop to the roots o f f ingers where you cover i t with the 3C so as to hide i t . V.ith your l e f t hand l i f t up the two cards (4D & 8K ) and show the three coins. Place the 3C down over the three coins,adding the hidden coin,then drop the other two cards on top o f the 3C, as in F ig .27.

    Pretend the coin under the 5H has passed over. L i f t up the three cards end show the four coins.Drop these three cards on top o f the 5K. V.ith r igh t hand pick up the four coins and palm one. Pick up a l l the cards, and le t the coins drop on the table simultaneously .

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