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Showmanship for Magicians by  Dariel Fitzkee - Hardcover - 1943 - from E Ridge fine Books and

Showmanship for Magicians

by Fitzkee, Dariel

Condition: Very Good

San Rafael, CA: Saint Raphael House. Very Good. 1943. Hardcover. Presumed first, Copyright 1943, no other dates. vi, 187 pages : portrait frontispiece. Blue cloth with silver lettering; w/o the original dust jacket. Ends and corners a bit worn, corners bumped. Inside clean save for a shadow on the title page and light tone throughout. The binding is tight and the hinges solid; the fore edge is dust soiled with some light spotting that extendes to the marginal edges in a few places. Overall a nice, solid, clean copy. ; 8vo .



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