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Unknown The China Plate and Flying Cards deck laid on plate, selections fly out horizontallyRelated to Tricks with Cards 185
Carl Willmann Willmann's Blumenteller spring flowers appear on gaffed plateRelated to Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 1 No. 9) 131
Unknown Das wandernde Tuch und der Teller silk vanishes and reappears underneath upside down plate, three methods Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 1 No. 10) 151
Carl Willmann Willmann's Blumenteller II. Ausführung (second method)Related to Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 2 No. 12) 185
Eduard Hensel Magische Potpourri routine of the following tricks, patter by Hensel
- Das Ei des Columbus
- Thalerkrisis
- Die Wandermünze
- "Vermischtes"
- Kartenparade
- Vergangenheit, Gegenwart und Zukunft
- Die bezauberte Rose
- Alles Täuschung
Related to Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 3 No. 2) 20
Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster Kartenparade - der neue Kartenteller three cards appear at edge of plate, apparatus attached to ungaffed plate with suction deviceRelated to Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 3 No. 4) 57
Carl Willmann Briefkasten answering letters, animated plate gag, worth of this magazineRelated to Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 3 No. 6) 96
Unknown Neues Tuch- und Tellerkunststück silk vanishes and reappears between two platesRelated to Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 3 No. 12) 186
Unknown Neues Tuch- und Tellerkunststück two silks vanish and reappear between two platesRelated to Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 3 No. 1) 9
Unknown Der Tellerwackler oder Der unruhige Geist plate moves and shakes, air pressureRelated to Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 4 No. 1) 7
Samuel "St. Roman" Thiersfeld Tuch- und Tellerkunststück No. 31, silk vanishes in hand and travels to upside down plate, three methods Jedermann Zauberkünstler! 92
Unknown Der Kartenteller No. 5, three cards chosen, deck placed on plate and covered with paper or handkerchief, selections shoot out from plate into audience one by one, secret mechanism at bottom of plateRelated to Der Amateurzauberer 68
Carl Willmann Das wandernde Tuch und der Teller I. silk travels underneath upside down plate on table Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 8 No. 2) 26
Unknown Das wandernde Tuch und der Teller II. ungaffed plate, placed on newspaper Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 8 No. 3) 37
Heinrich Collin Die Goldschmelze auf dem Teller borrowed finger ring wrapped in (flash) paper and put on small plate, vanishes, reappears on egg, flash material dummy with gold leaf Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 8 No. 5) 73
Carl Willmann Die Blumenzucht im Suppenteller spring flower production from plates, real flowers for a lady at the end Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 9 No. 5) 73
Carl Willmann Der Teller als Kartenscheibe three cards appear at edge of plateRelated to Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 9 No. 12) 180
Unknown Der wandernde Teller plate vanishes, away from table, three method Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 4 No. 9) 140
Phantome Der Tellerlauf eines Billardballes ball rolls around the very edge of a plate, thread Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 10 No. 1) 10
Carl Willmann Der Teller für Eierkuchen im Hut hollow plate for cake in hat routine Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 10 No. 8) 122
Ten Ichi Die vier Teller und die vier Papierkugeln four paper balls under four plates, the balls assemble Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 5 No. 2) 22
Bruce Elliott The Back Room on L. Vosburgh Lyons, a demonstration where a doc is beheaded, an improvement to Taylor's Peek Deck by James G. Thompson Jr., Fred Mosteller and his spelling trick ("Bravo!") The Phoenix 1-50 (Issue 48) 199
Frederick Mosteller Bravo! five decks, multiple phase mental speller, suits spelled and values counted (count-spell), see Back Room reference for correctionsRelated toVariations The Phoenix 1-50 (Issue 49) 200
John C. Holoubeck The Spirit Match initials of card appear on head of burnt matchRelated to Hugard's Magic Monthly - Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 2 No. 7) 88
Frederick Mosteller Encore! spelling to the thought of card, gaffed deck, count-spellInspired byVariationsAlso published here The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 58) 236
Frederick Braue Bravo Encore Reprise count-spellInspired by The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 69) 280
Bruce Elliott The Back Room on George Starke, George Karger, Emil Jarrow, Bert Allerton, the "Swami" Magazine, puzzles by Fred Mosteller, Audley Walsh, Bob Novak and Charles Bertram The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 87) 355
Frederick Mosteller, Frederick Braue, Orville Wayne Meyer Encore Spelling to the thought of card, gaffed deck, three versions, count-spellRelated to My Best 103
Frederick Mosteller Fred Mosteller's Solution to No. 87 logic word puzzle, weight problem with a fake coin The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 90) 366
James G. Thompson Jr. Biographical Sketches of Contributors - Theo. Annemann
- Charles Arbuthnot
- George E. Arrowsmith
- Roger Barkann
- Sylvan Barnet
- Joseph L. Barnett
- Raymond L. Beebe
- Eugene Bernstein
- J. B. Bobo
- John N. Booth
- Tom Bowyer
- Vynn Boyar
- Joan Brandon
- Fred Braue
- John Braun
- Lu Brent
- R. C. Buff
- Clyde F. Cairy
- Loring Campbell
- Jack Chanin
- Frank Chapman
- Forest V. Chesbro
- Milbourne Christopher
- Eddie Clever
- Stanley Collins
- Mystic Craig
- Thomas J. Crawford
- John J. Crimmins, JR.
- Paul J. Curry
- Del Monte
- Harry Dobrin
- Ronald B. Edwards
- Bruce Elliot
- Professor El-Tab
- Dr. E. G. Ervin
- Dr. Henry Ridgely Evans
- Val Evans
- "Hen" Fetsch
- Thomas B. Fitzgerald
- Dariel Fitzkee
- Sid Fleischman
- Joseph Harman Fries
- Martin Gardner
- Teral Garrett
- Walter B. Gibson
- Arnold L. Grubin
- Nelson C. Hahne
- Hathaway
- Royal V. Heath
- Charles H. Hopkins
- Jean Hugard
- Mark Jacobs
- R. M. Jamison
- F. H. Jeudevine
- Maurice Kains
- George G. Kaplan
- George Karger
- Joseph A. Karson
- Wilbur Kattner
- Gerald Lynton Kaufman
- Howard B. Kayton, M.D.
- The Great Kolar
- Gerald Kosky
- Abril Lamarque
- William W. Larsen
- Sid Lorraine
- Art Lyle
- L. Vosburgh Lyons
- Richard F. Madden
- Greer Marechal, JR.
- George McAthy
- William H. McCaffrey
- Jack McMillen
- Harry Mendoza
- Orville Meyer
- John W. Mifflin
- Chester Morris
- Paul Morris
- Frederick Mosteller
- Robert A. Nelson
- C. A. George Newmann
- Grady S. Nicholson
- Dr. Cecil E. Nixon
- Charles Walter Nyquist
- Dell O'Dell
- Tom Osborne
- George Harrison Pittman
- Julien J. Proskauer
- Clayton Rawson
- Ralph W. Read
- Dolf Rudin
- Herb Rungie
- Ned Rutledge
- James J. Sanders
- Lucille Pierce Saxon
- Sigmar - The Magician
- Jerry Sorensen
- Willard S. Smith
- George Starke
- Dr. Raymond V. Stone, SR. (RAMO)
- Harlan Tarbell
- DR. Franklin Taylor
- J. G. Thompson, JR.
- Jack F. Trebel
- M. Van Reese
- Jack Vosburgh
- Audley Valentine Walsh
- Peter Warlock
- Herman L. Weber
- Bob Weill
- William H. Wilson
- Tommy Windsor
- Howard H. Wise
- Ed. Wolff
- Michael F. Zens
My Best 347
Frederick Mosteller Ambiguous numbers are selected by throwing dice The Phoenix 101-150 (Issue 117) 470
Frederick Mosteller Thesis named number appears on burnt matchRelated to The Phoenix 101-150 (Issue 118) 475
Roy Walton Helensburg Speller spelling to any thought of card, Phoenix #98 reference given on p. 236, see also p. 254 for referencesInspired by The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 4 No. 2nd Folio) 221
Will Ayling The Story Teller oriental story The Art of Close-Up Magic — Volume 2 289
Karl Fulves Babel fortune tellers, Comedy Funnel Magic (Maurice) The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 5 No. 4) 318
Jules Lenier Instant Fortune-Teller cold reading and answering one question, using cards The Compleat Magick - Volume 1 (Issue 26) 127
Karl Fulves Babel J. W. Sarles, Slydini on Wonderama, Dick Cavett, Jim Thompson, fine for fake fortuneteller The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 8 No. 12) 676
Alex Elmsley, Frederick Mosteller another encore red & black card thought of, they are spelled to after some shuffling (see Legendary Kabbala for Elmsley credit)Inspired byRelated to Kabbala — Volume 3 (Vol. 3 No. 12) 153
Thomas Alan Waters Readings for Readers - The Fortuneteller's Bookshelf The Compleat Magick — Volume II (Issue 191) 955
Thomas Alan Waters Suggested Reading general publications suggested for fortunetellers Mind, Myth & Magick (Issue Omnimancy) 113
Derek Dingle Miracle Mental Spell to two freely thought of cards, count-spell principleRelated to The Complete Works of Derek Dingle 169
Jon Racherbaumer Commentary on Penn and Teller Facsimile (Issue 1) 18
Thomas Alan Waters Trivarication three people put three different objects under cups and exchange them, liar and truth-teller presentationInspired by Mind, Myth & Magick (Issue Myxtyr) 645
David Britland Open and Shut Case with liar/truthteller presentationInspired by The New Talon (Vol. 1 No. 3) 81
Scott Robinson Automated Teller Card coin produced under a card, then three more coins appear on table in different corners The Trapdoor — Volume Two (Issue 28) 491
Edward Marlo I Knew That any card is spelled to (Count-Spell Principle), two methods, with credit information (Mosteller)Also published here Finally! 61
Edward Marlo I Knew That any card is spelled to (Count-Spell Principle), two methods, with credit information (Mosteller)Also published here That's It 52
Edward Marlo I Knew That any card is spelled to (Count-Spell Principle), two methods, with credit information (Mosteller)Also published here Simplicity at Your Fingertips 6
Alex Elmsley The Fortune Teller spectator selects objects from lists on computer, eventually computer program shows a horoscope with the exact birthdate of spectator Mouse Magic 25
Karl Fulves Automated Teller Ace to Three of Spades, one of them changes into previously selected jack The Vampire Papers 117
Teller Teller on Riser Secrets of an Escamoteur vii
Teller Introduction Tangled Web xi
Joshua Jay To Tell The Truth II two cards are removed from (stacked) deck and divined with liar/truthteller presentationInspired by Best of Friends — Volume III 412
Karl Fulves Lie Teller detective story presentation Prolix (Issue 5) 305
Jason Michaels The Fortune Teller folded origami Fortune Teller is used to reveal selection Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 8 19
Jason Michaels The Cootie Catcher Lie Detector folded origami Fortune Teller is used to reveal selection Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 8 23
Jason Michaels, Steve Beam Victoria's Secret routine with folded origami Fortune Teller Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 8 25
Jason Michaels, Steve Beam Portable Career Counselor routine with folded origami Fortune Teller Semi-Automatic Card Tricks — Volume 8 26
Ryan Schlutz We Can't be all "Penn" Without Some "Teller" Chapter 5 intro Making the Cut 117
Tony Cabral Thumping the Box on Penn & Teller's opening effect where Teller appears in the examined box Card Tricks for the Untrustworthy 30
Penn Jillette, Teller Introduction The Performance Pieces & Divertissements of the Famous Handsome Jack, etc. xv
Teller Introduction: Becoming Tomsoni The Magic of Johnny Thompson (Issue 1) 15
Teller Egg Bag Move visual egg production in bag The Magic of Johnny Thompson (Issue 1) 16