4 edition of Herrmann the magician found in the catalog.
Herrmann the magician
Hardin J. Burlingame
|Statement||by H. J. Burlingame.|
|Series||Lee"s library of occult science|
|LC Classifications||GV1545.H5 B9|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||298|
|LC Control Number||05029189|
Herrmann's Book of Magic by Alexander Herrmann ( - ) Introduction Principles of sleight of hand applicable to small objects Tricks with coins Tricks. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Magician's Handbook: Tricks and Secrets of the World's Greatest Magician Herrmann the Great by H. J. Burlingame (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!
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BACK IN PRINT! NEW EDITION Magico reprints “Herrmann the Magician – His Life; His Secrets” book. Includes an Introduction to the New Edition by Barrie Richardson. Pages – . Alexander Herrmann Magician Born Dec. 17, Ellicottville, New York, U.S. Nationality French Alexander Herrmann () was a French magician. A member of a famous family of magicians, he usually went by the title “Herrmann the Great.” He was a full-time, touring magician while still a young child, later settling in the United : Dec. 17, , Ellicottville, New York, U.S.
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Herrmann The Magician: His Life, His Secrets Hardcover – August 8, by Hardin J. Burlingame (Author)Author: Hardin J. Burlingame. Herrmann The Magician by H.J.
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Burlingame (Author). Herrmann the Great: The famous magician's wonderful tricks (Curious books) Hardcover – January 1, by H. J Burlingame (Author)Author: H. J Burlingame.
Herrmann's Book of Magic Alexander Herrmann (–) was a prominent stage magician in the latter half of the nineteenth century. Born in Paris, the son of Samuel Herrmann, a German physician who also toured Europe as a conjuror, he was a second-generation. Comments: Originally published init is my understanding that the Laird & Lee edition is the was also an Albert Whitman & Co.
edition apparently also of entitled, "Herrmann The Great, World's Greatest Magician". The book is intended to be a journey of Herrmann through the lens of his audience, as projected through the newsprint of the day. It does not seek to delve behind the scenes, but to hopefully paint a picture on the canvas of the goal of his craft - mystifying vast audiences of theatrical patrons.
"The Magician's New Hat - On Art or Illusion. We’re taking you back in time to meet some of history’s most mystical magicians and explore what made them so successful. Courtesy of Magic: A Pictorial History of Conjurers in the Theater Alexander Herrmann.
Magician is a fantasy novel by American writer Raymond E. is the first book of the Riftwar Saga and was published in It led to many books written by Feist in the world of Midkemia, which was the setting for this ally reduced in size by his editors, it was re-published in (after the author's fame had grown) in an edition titled "The Author's Preferred Edition" Author: Raymond E.
Feist. The main portion of the book is devoted to clear, compact and illustrated descriptions of the best tricks performed by the two Herrmanns, whom I unite under the appellation of Herrmann the Magician, and by other celebrated per formers, such as Cazeneuve, Kellar, Vanek, Heller, Samuels, Robert-Houdin, etc.
By H. Burlingame. With all the books that have been published on the major magicians, it is amazing that the only history of perhaps the most famous magician of the 19th Century was written years ago, just a year after Alexander Herrmann?s death.
A full service Magic Dealer and Shop with Professional Magic, Stage Magic, Close-up Magic, and Illusions. By H. Burlingame. With all the books that have been published on the major magicians, it is amazing that the only history of perhaps the most famous magician of the 19th Century was written years ago, just a year after Alexander Herrmann’s death.
Carl andAlexander Herrmann, both egualb/famous in their specialties. The main portion Q' the book is devoted to clear, compact and illustrated descrzp~ tions rf the best tricks performed by the two Herr~ manns, whom Iunite under the appellation ofHerr-mann the Magiaan, and by other celebrated per farmers, such as Cazeneuve, Kellar, Vanek, Heller, Samuels, Robert-Houdz`n.
Herrmann's Book of Magic - audiobook Alexander HERRMANN ( - ) Black Art Fully Exposed. A complete and practical guide to drawing-room and stage magic for professionals and amateurs.
Herrmann The Magician: BACK IN PRINT. NEW EDITION Magico reprints "Herrmann the Magician - His Life; His Secrets" book. Includes an Introduction to the New Edition by Barrie Richardson. Pages - Hardbound. He added the "Rising Cards" trick from Professor Hoffman’s Modern Magic, the book from which Thurston had learned the rudiments of magic.
For this trick, he would walk into the audience and ask several people to choose cards from a deck of : JColumbus, Ohio, United States.
Anything But Ordinary Addie is the biography of Adelaide Hermann, a magician who lived at the end of the 19th century. From a young age, Addie knew she wanted to do something extraordinary with her life, and when she met and married world-famous magician Herrmann the Great, she got her chance/5.
In a November 2, article for Broadway Magazine entitled “The World’s Only Woman Magician,” Herrmann stated, “I shall not be content until I am recognized by the public as a leader in my profession, and entirely irrespective of the question of sex.”Born: Adelaide Scarcez (Scarsia),London, England.
Get it here: Alexander Herrmann (–) was a leading stage magician in the second half of the nineteenth century. A second-generation magician, he began his career. Alexander Herrmann Notice: This book was originally published inan epoch when adults were considered responsible for their own actions and for the safety of their children, and presumed sufficiently intelligent and competent to weigh the risks of their activities and decide wisely which to undertake and which to avoid.(A force book is a gimmicked book that allows a spectator to choose any word on any page of a book, and the magician is able to tell what the word is).
Hunter, George W. ()(birthday May 16) British-born magician who started as a music hall comedian in Chicago.According to Walter B. Gibson's book The Magic Masters, " and implanted the name Herrmann quite firmly there."  The Herrmann name eventually became synonymous with magic.
Eventually the two magic brothers would go their separate : JanuHanover, Germany.