EDWIN SACHS SLEIGHT OF HAND PDF

Method 1. The Palm Proper. Remove the thumb to its ordinary position of repose, and, at the same instant, let the two fingers second and third press the coin into the palm of the hand, half way down the root of the thumb, the muscles of which must be brought to bear against the edge of the coin, so [Pg 6] that it is held firmly and forms a bridge over the hollow of the hand Fig. A backward and forward swing should be given to the hand whilst the coin is being palmed, as it not only covers the movement, but also facilitates the operation in a marked degree. In pressing the coin home, it will be found that the third finger will be more used than the middle one. The instant the palm is effected, the hand must be made to assume the most natural position possible under the circumstances, the little finger being well thrown out, after the dainty manner ladies affect when holding a cup, so as to give the hand breadth.

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Email me if it becomes available again. Sleight of Hand by Edwin Sachs just might be the number one best book ever written on magic. The standard textbook on how to become a magician. Sleight of hand feats and tricks with apparatus for amateur and profesional conjurers, and for both parlor and stage performance.

This is the famous book that for many years has been the ultimate reference for anyone interested in magic by means of sleight of hand. All effects are performed with everyday objects or props that are easy to find: cards, coins, silks, etc. Magic of this kind can be performed anytime, anywhere. I beg to say that it is far and away the very best work of its kind ever published I invariably recommend your book to all lovers of sleight-of-hand. My den contains a large collection of books on magic, but none has a cover so worn as Sleight of Hand, by Edwin Sachs.

David Devant Sachs Sleight of Hand is probably the single most complete book ever written on magic, certainly my favorite of the "classics". It includes both stage and close-up magic, chapters on technique, presentation, and all the peripheral skills necessary for great conjuring. Ask here and other Vanishing Inc. Magic customers will be able to respond with assistance!

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Of course today this form of ebook is outdated and that is why we are converting them to PDF. James added it Apr 17, The Dover edition of this classic text on sleight of hand. It is also a great book from which to learn basic technique, and everything is very clearly taught. Even intermediate and professional magicians can find things and information of use in this book. Trivia About Sleight of Hand. Itiro rated it liked it Jun 11, There is an entire chapter dedicated to teaching the classic effect in magic called The Cups and Balls. If speight there were a more classic tome for beginners of general sleight of hand, I am not sure what it is.

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Even intermediate and professional magicians can find things and information of use in this book. You have no apparatus on you, nothing prepared. In an absent manner, you place a glass of sherry to your lips, as though bracing yourself for the fray. The glass is half emptied be careful about this , when a sudden movement is made as though you threw it up to the ceiling; but nothing is seen to ascend, though the glass, with the wine in it, has disappeared.

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Even intermediate and professional magicians can find things and information of use in this book. You have no apparatus on you, nothing prepared. In an absent manner, you place a glass of sherry to your lips, as though bracing yourself for the fray. The glass is half emptied be careful about this , when a sudden movement is made as though you threw it up to the ceiling; but nothing is seen to ascend, though the glass, with the wine in it, has disappeared.

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