54 entries in Cards / Effect Themes / Spelling / Through Suit/Values
  
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Unknown The "Spelling" Trick spelling every value in a thirteen-card packet
Tricks with Cards 75
Unknown The "Spelling" Trick from thirteen-card packet every value from Ace to King is spelled out
More Magic 31
Charles T. Jordan, T. Nelson Downs The Spelling Fool! No. 9, spelling to suits and through values
Ten New Sleight of Hand Card Tricks 19
Ralph W. Hull, Leo Levi A Surprising Solitaire all cards laid out according to system, generating some stack that is used to spell out all values, all thirteen values spelled out have 52 letters
"Eye-Openers" 18
Tom Sellers The Persistent Joker Ace through Ten are spelled, spectator always gets Joker
Card Tricks That Work 7
Jean Hugard Spelling Trick spelling trick with thirteen cards of a suit and story
Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 41
Charles T. Jordan Improved Chevalier deck shuffled twice, named suit removed, all values spelt out
Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 56
Unknown The Shuffled Spelling Bee deck shuffled twice, named suit removed, all values spelt out
Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 57
Ralph W. Hull The Joker Spelling Routine thirteen card packet, values are spelt out one by one, but when spectator tries it, he always gets the joker
Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 59
Unknown Variation of Joker Spelling thirteen card packet, values are spelt out one by one, but when spectator tries it, he always gets the joker
Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 59
Tom Sellers The Joker Speller ten card packet, values are spelt out one by one, but when spectator tries it, he always gets the joker
Variations Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 60
Jack Gwynne Gwynne's Speller every value is spelled out from full deck, stack
Related toVariations Encyclopedia of Card Tricks 61
Charles T. Jordan Spelling a Number of Cards after a Genuine Shuffle: Charles T. Jordan's Method two riffle shuffles, named suit is sorted out and all values spelled to
Greater Magic 319
Martin Gardner That Quaint Joker routine in which thirteen values are spelt and spectator gets joker all the time
The Jinx 1-50 (Issue Winter Extra 1937/38) 273
Paul Rosini A Futile Lesson in Magic spelling lesson with thirteen cards, see page 650 for missing set-up
Related to The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 105) 631
George H. Pittman Can You Spell? spectator always gets a Nine, then a Joker when a Nine should show up
Hugard's Magic Monthly - Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 3 No. 6) 169
Max Katz Formula for any Spelling Trick spelling through the values of a suit, spectator gets it wrong, how to arrive at the formula
Variations Hugard's Magic Monthly - Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 3 No. 5) 156
Unknown Spelling Bee Spell Ace, Two, Three... by moving cards to bottom of the packet one by one, each time getting the Ace, Two and so on
Tricks and Stunts With Playing Cards 22
Royal Vale Heath, John Scarne Heath's Master Speller No. 15, Ace to king packet arranged, random card cut to, value spelled repeatedly to get Ace to King in sequence
Scarne on Card Tricks 31
Jack Chanin, John McArdle, John Weiss, Al Flosso The Spelling Bee No. 65, Packet of Ace to King, if spell correctly you get the card, if incorrect spelling you get indifferent card
Related to Scarne on Card Tricks 118
Charles T. Jordan Spelling the Spades Packet of Ace to King of Spades, spell Ace to King one after another, originally titled The Improved Chevalier Card Trick
Related to Mathematics, Magic And Mystery 23
Max Katz Counting the Cards spelling through a deck from ace to king
26 Originals 21
Russell "Rusduck" Duck Full Deck Speller spelling all cards in the deck
The Cardiste (Issue 6) 8
Theodore Annemann The Card Trick with New Deck from "Annemann's $50 Manuscript" (ca. 1932)
suit removed, all values spelled out
The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 3 No. 2) 147
Edward G. Brown, Paul Rosini A Futile Lesson in Open Spelling Ace to Ten are spelt out from packet one by one
Related to Expert Card Conjuring 75
Jules Lenier Try It Again Ace through King packet, each value spelled to, spectator always gets Joker, last card blank
Try It Again 2
Bill Logan Perfect Packet Spell spectator removes a couple of number cards, performer arranges them instantly so they spell out in wanted order one by one
Variations The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 8 No. 2) 576
Edward G. Brown The Spelling Trick Ace to Ten are spelled to, several times a Seven turns up instead of the card, last card turns into Seven again as a surprise after it was discarded
Related to The Card Magic of Edward G. Brown 24
North Bigbee Cast a Mis-Spell Jumbo ESP cards, all symbols spelled
The Compleat Magick — Volume II (Issue 110) 549
David Williamson He Who Spelt It, Dealt It spectator succeeds whereas magician fails
Inspired byRelated toVariationsAlso published here Williamson's Wonders 54
Karl Fulves The Magic Spell spelling through Ace through Seven in packet
Easy-to-Do Card Tricks for Children 20
Al Leech Comedy Speller spectator always gets joker
The Fred Braue Notebooks (Issue 6) 24
Steve Beam Bottoming Out all values are spelled, selection is found at last letter of last value, sucker element
Related toVariations Semi-Automatic Card Tricks 17
John Scarne, Karl Fulves Spell Purple spelling red, black, suits with packet, ending with "purple" written on a card, see also p. 47
VariationsAlso published here Rigmarole (Issue 2) 18
William P. Miesel Spell Green spelling red, black, suits with packet, ending with "green" written on a card as well as a rainbow car
Inspired by Verbatim (Issue 6) 58
Jerry K. Hartman Odd End two packets shuffled, two suits spelled out and last card is of that suit, packets themselves are all from another suit in both cases
Inspired by
  • "Chain Lightning" (Roy Walton, Complete Walton Vol. 1, p. 215)
Profile (Issue 13) 1
Peter Duffie Chain of Events four packets shuffled and combined, every suit spelled out and last card is of that suit
Inspired by
  • "Chain Lightning" (Roy Walton, The Complete Walton Vol. 1)
Card Selection 21
Peter Duffie Those Enigmatic Royals
  • Phase One (based on Card Puzzle)
  • Phase Two (based on Happy Families, court cards mixed and the suits unite again via spelling)
Inspired by Roger's Thesaurus 206
John Scarne, Karl Fulves Spell Purple No. 42, red or black spelled and a card of that color comes up, finished with purple and purple is written on the card, or it is inked in purple
Also published here Self-Working Close-up Card Magic 82
Peter Duffie Marraid four Kings cut to, then suits spelled to find Queens
With Cards 1
Richard Vollmer Spell All spelling all values and thus arriving at selection
Variations Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 20 No. 6) 2805
Harold Cataquet The "Hanging" Misspell one suit, spelling values
Apocalypse Vol. 16-20 (Vol. 20 No. 5) 2787
William Goodwin Variation of "He Who Spelt it, Dealt it" sent in by Ray Kosby
Inspired by The Looking Glass (Issue 4) 168
Jack Avis Change in Handling spectator removes a couple of number cards to represent his phone number, performer arranges them instantly so they spell out in right order
Inspired by Vis à Vis 83
Patrick Page, Ken De Courcy A Cute Intro spelling all ESP cards and turning them over
Entertaining ESP 22
Sam Schwartz Chain Link four packets shuffled and combined, every suit spelled out and last card is of that suit, packets themselves are all from another suit in each case, two methods
Inspired by
  • "Chain Lightning" (Roy Walton)
Latter Day Secrets (Issue 1) 5
Ellis Stanyon A Spelling "B" No. 24, spelling every value through the deck
Variations Ellis Stanyon's Best Card Tricks 94
Karl Fulves Supplementary Note selection made, spelling every value through the deck, at value of selection a Joker shows up, selection found
Inspired by Ellis Stanyon's Best Card Tricks 95
Ellis Stanyon The Alternate Card Trick - Simple No. 2, spelling through all values in thirteen-card packet
Ellis Stanyon's Best Card Tricks 100
Roberto Giobbi The History of Playing Cards all values are spelt out in piles, ace through king are on top of the piles
Card College — Volume 5 1253
Karl Fulves No Joke "Problems"
Joker always comes up when performer spells value, it is always placed aside, at the end no Joker is there, posed as a problem
Latter Day Secrets (Issue 8) 314
Karl Fulves Shark Hunt seven four-card packets, spectator exchanges some packets, cards gathered, spelled through values from deck
Inspired byVariations Prolix (Issue 4) 224
David Williamson Perverse Open Spelling spectator succeeds whereas magician fails
Inspired byAlso published here The F.F.F.F. Book 279
Jim Steinmeyer Negative Speller values spelled to in packet, spectator always gets a fun message instead of right value
Inspired by Treacherous Impuzzibilities 29