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Edward Bagshawe The Bagshawe Substitute Farelli's Card Magic - Part One 33
Edward Bagshawe, Jack Merlin Learning New Sleights Farelli's Card Magic — Part Two 76
Victor Farelli, Edward Bagshawe The "Simplex" Thirty Cards envelope Farelli's Card Magic - Part Two 102
Edward Bagshawe Foreword "Lend Me Your Pack" 6
Edward Bagshawe Introduction Edward Proudlock's Version of the Sympathetic Silks 9
Edward Bagshawe Penetration silk through paper, new use for Phantom Tube The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 112) 666
Tan Hock Chuan, Edward Bagshawe R. & S. Optica Deck deck shown, then it changes back color and all cards are alike, partial rough-smoothInspired byRelated to Rough & Smooth Possibilities 12
Jochen Zmeck Non Plus Ultra "Mein Verwandlungsspiel"
deck shown normal, then all cards are alike and back changes as well, then back, partial rough-smooth
Related to Enzyklop├Ądie der Rauh-Glatt-Kartentricks - Teil II 11
James G. Thompson Jr. Think-A-Word cards with words, one chosen, performer divines it by rattling off all letters, can get one "no"Related to The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 7 No. 10) 553
Karl Fulves The Brainwave Principle history of its development, starting in 1921 ("Edward Bagshawe's Reverse Deck may have been the first Brainwave deck.") A History of the Brainwave Principle 34
Edward Bagshawe The Optica Deck pairs held together with cut-outs and raised parts, all backs can be shown either blue or red, and face cards change to all the same
- The Optica Technique
with reproduction of ad and original instructions, 1928
Variations A History of the Brainwave Principle 35
Robertson Keene Thought Cards Across Inspired byAlso published here
  • Magician Monthly, June 1930
A History of the Brainwave Principle 45
Edward Bagshawe Bewilda Deck cards held together in pairs with wires on corner, see also p. 77 A History of the Brainwave Principle 84
Edward Bagshawe Think Alike No. 29, three silks halfway in paper bag, chosen one receives a knot Self-Working Handkerchief Magic 76
Edward Bagshawe, Sam Schwartz, Karl Fulves Metalogic No. 77, four coins, each represents a president, one chosen and divined Self-Working Coin Magic 106
Edward Bagshawe, Al Koran, Ron Wilson, Gene "Phantini" Grant, Ted Lesley The "Dream-Deck"-Combination single card divination It's Paramiraculous 2