First published in 1805, The Expositor was the first American book ever published on the art of magic. Original editions of this classic are some of the rarest books in the annals of conjuring, but with this hardbound reprint, magicians may once again let William Pinchbeck shed light on many mysteries including the invisible lady and acoustic temple, seven feats of Mr. Ranie performing in America, the art of ventriloquism including the use of a figure and miscellaneous tricks and "optical delusions."
Pages 100 - Hardbound
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