The boy's own conjuring book :
being a complete hand-book of parlour magic ; containing an endless variety of optical, chemical, mechanical, magnetical, and magical experiments, amusing transmutations, astonishing sleights and subtleties, celebrated card deceptions, ingenious tricks with numbers, curious and entertaining puzzles, etc., etc., etc., illustrated with nearly two hundred engravings.
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New York : Dick and Fitzgerald, [between 1854 and 1876?]
Caption title: The young conjuror : including sleight of hand, with objects or cards, with and without apparatus.
Dick & Fitzgerald published in New York between 1854 and at least 1876.
Running title: Magician's own book.
Frontispiece plate folded accordion-style to make eight pages. Frontispiece plate conjugate with title-leaf.
Manufacturing information from colophon.
Physical description: , xii, p. 13-416,  folded leaf of plates : ill ; 14 cm.
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