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To teach the Company a Trick which they Learn without Difficulty, then to allow them to Succeed or to cause them to Fail at your Pleasure deck dealt in four piles and suits separated, taught to audience and they fail or succeed
Related to 1876 66
Bob Hummer Lite-Ning Addition spectator removes an Ace or a Two face down, then a Three or a Four and so on, total of added values is divined
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1940 5
The Bachelor's Needle rope is wind around thumb, threading end through loop
Related to 1941 ca. 350
Bruce Elliott The Back Room Dr. Hurwitz, Al Flosso, U.F. Grant, George Sands' non-make-up version to look like a chinaman, Orson Welles
Sep. 1942
The Phoenix (Issue 18)
78
George Sands Super Optical Illusion four blue backed cards reverse themselves and changes faces and backs, see p. 320 for comment
Related toVariations Dec. 1946 275
Edward Marlo, George Sands Upside Down Kings turn face up, then down, change to Aces, placed in deck, back to Kings, Aces from pocket
1947 50
George Sands Gone! signed card travels from case held by spectator to performer's pocket
Aug. 1947
The Phoenix (Issue 131)
527
Clayton Rawson, George Sands The Super Dooper Optical Illusion four blue backed cards reverse themselves and changes faces and backs, messages appear on back of cards
Related to Mar. 1949
Hugard's Magic Monthly (Vol. 6 No. 10)
517
George Sands Preface
1949 1
George Sands Sandsational Rope routine with extra piece
  • I. Brazen Restoration
  • II. Stretching a Rope
  • III. Frustrated Restoration
  • IV. Continuous Circle
  • V. Much Ado About Knotting
  • VI. Sliding Cut
  • VII. Sleight of Leg
  • VIII. Regular Restoration
  • IX. Removable Knot
  • X. Give a Magician Enough Rope
VariationsAlso published here 1949 3
George Sands An Oddity paper slips with numbers on each side are arranged by the spectator, see 2022 reference for credit information
Related toAlso published here July 1954
The New Phoenix (Issue 312)
50
Mallory Van Slyker, George Sands Birds of a Feather four coins assemble in corners of handkerchief
VariationsAlso published here Nov. 1954
The New Phoenix (Issue 320)
86
George Sands, Mallory Van Slyker Birds of a Feather four coins assemble in corners of handkerchief
Also published here 1954/27 148
George Sands Cigarette Production lighted cigarette production
1954/27 346
George Sands "Phantom" Cigarette invisible pantomime cigarette appears
1954/27 353
Max Katz M. K. Telephone Code System coding a card with four cards, see Interlocutor reference for credit information
Inspired byRelated toVariations Feb. 1958
The Cardiste (Issue 5)
3
Dai Vernon Twisting the Aces
Related toVariations 1960 5
Dai Vernon Oil and Water 4&4, extra cards
Related toVariations 1960 20
Harry Lorayne Criss-Cross one phase only, repeated as challenge, for credit comments see page 16 of Kabbala, Vol. 2
Related toAlso published here 1965 16
Dai Vernon Vernon's Variant four cards
Related toVariationsAlso published here 1967 226
Unique Rope Routine multi-phase rope routine, very similar to Sands Ropesational, "... a skillful combination of moves by several magical notables, among them Edward Victor, Henry Fetsch and Eddy Taytelbaum". rope cut several times using fingers, rope is restored, rope stretches and knots slide and jump from one end to the other
Related to 1968 82
Preparation
Related to 1968 82
Opening the Hank taking two ropes as one from bundle
Related to 1968 83
Tying the Ends switching ends and tying knot, extra piece
Related to 1968 83
Cutless Cut cutting rope using fingers
Related to 1968 85
Stretching the Rope stretching two ropes two same lengths
Related to 1968 85
False Count counting four ends, hiding looped extra piece
Related to 1968 86
Second Restoration fusing two ropes together
Related to 1968 89
Jumping Knot
Related to 1968 90
Twist Knot with extra piece, false knot
Related to 1968 90
Flash Restoration same as Sands' Figure Eight Restoration
with extra piece, false knot and fusing two ropes together
  • Figure Eight Restoration
  • "Sam Schwartz's Delivery"
  • Sleight of Foot Restoration
Related to 1968 91
Karl Fulves Babel Jack Boschan's "Phosphorus" magazine, Ganson's "Unique Rope Routine" vs. George Sands routine, John Mulholland newspaper obituary
Mar. 1970 324
George Sands Duplex Changing Card stranger card on top of deck transforms into two selections
Variations Mar. 1971
Epilogue (Issue 11)
81
Dai Vernon Multiple Change stranger card on top of deck transforms into two selections
Inspired by July 1971
Epilogue (Issue 12)
89
George Sands Preface
1971 1
George Sands Homogenized Oil and Water 4&4, extra cards, multi-phase routine
Inspired by 1971 2
George Sands The Buckle Turn showing four cards, hiding one surface
1971 6
George Sands You Do As I Do spectator is not able to follow, each person has four cards, three phases
Inspired by 1971 9
George Sands, Dai Vernon Twisting the Aces last Ace turns in spectator's hands
Inspired by 1971 12
George Sands Business Card Magic four cards turn over one by one, in style of Twisting the Aces
1971 14
George Sands 1-3-9 System method to transmit a card using four cards and one is turned over
Related to 1971 ca. 1
George Sands 3 Card Improvement of 1-3-9 System, coding card using three Aces, one is face down
1971 ca. 1
George Sands Double Cross one phase only, repeated as challenge, apparently stolen by Lorayne, see also page 16 of Kabbala, Vol. 2
Related to 1971 ca. 2
George Sands Lucky 7's coding chosen card using two Sevens
1971 ca. 4
George Sands Book Test four corners with page numbers are torn from newspaper, one is turned over and numbers added to chose page in a book
1971 ca. 5
George Sands Fast Multiplication one number given by performer
  • 3 Digits
  • 9 Digits
  • 15 Digits
1971 ca. 5
George Sands Magic Purse paper is folded into a purse, when opened a coin is found inside
1971 ca. 6
George Sands Coins Through Hand two coins one back of closed fist penetrate hand, one by one
1971 ca. 10
George Sands Coin Transformation coin transforms in fold of pants
1971 ca. 11
George Sands Balloons various balloon modeling figures
  • Gun
  • Giraffe
  • Dachshund
  • Barking
  • Push Me - Pull You
  • Seal
  • Dino
  • Deer
  • Rudolph
  • An Apple
  • Balloon Head Puppet
1971 ca. 11
George Sands Puppet Skit patter
1971 ca. 14
George Sands Double Color Changing Card card with different colored back turns out to be same face as first selection and turns into second selection
1971 ca. 15
George Sands Single Color Changing Card card with different colored back turns out to be same face, then card transposes with other selection
1971 ca. 15
George Sands Reverse Color Change card chosen from face-up deck is only one with different colored back
1971 ca. 16
George Sands Cards to Pocket Ten Cards up the Sleeve, to performer's and spectator's pocket using DeLand's Fadeaway card to finish
1971 ca. 16
George Sands Sandslide false count
1971 ca. 16
George Sands Witch Doctor Cards spectator cuts packet and performer cuts same amount, then cards vanish and appear in packets, multi-phase routine
1971 ca. 17
Harvey Rosenthal Perfect Coin Assembly four coins assemble under a corner of a handkerchief
  • Alternate Handling of the Last Coin
  • Second Alternate Handling of the Last Coin
Inspired byVariations 1973
New Stars of Magic (Vol. 1 No. 5)
1
Cushing Strout Double Thot named card is only odd-backed card, then it changes into another selection, Chicago Opener, credits to Walter Gibson, Carlyle, George Sands
Feb. 1974 707
George Sands Criss Cross Nines through Aces removed and sorted in reds and blacks, dealing procedure on table mixes and then sorts the colors again, spectator cannot duplicate it
credit information, see also p. 812 for Marlo claim
Related toVariationsAlso published here
  • "Unbeatable" (George Sands, Sep. 1951, p. 14)
Oct. 1974 816
Karl Fulves Color Blind no-palm handling of Criss Cross, Nines through Aces removed and sorted in reds and blacks, dealing procedure on table mixes and then sorts the colors again, spectator cannot duplicate it, see p. 1053 for comment
Inspired by Nov. 1974 822
George Sands Lucky 13 prime principle force, small packet counted to named number until only one card remains
Related toVariationsAlso published here Aug. 1975 1035
George Sands Prime Time all clubs in packet, counting procedure, King always remains
Inspired by Aug. 1975 1039
Edward Marlo "Further Dissertation on Oil and Water" more on crediting and history, with letters to George Sands, Bruce Elliott
1976 160
George Sands Preface - 1962
Also published here 1976 5
George Sands Preface - 1975
Also published here 1976 7
George Sands Requirements and Modifications of 1st Edition comments on ropes for the Sandsational routine
Also published here 1976 10
George Sands Sands Improved Ropesational rope cut several times using fingers, rope is restored, ends change places with middle, rope stretches and knots slide and jump from one end to the other, several knots appear at once
Related toAlso published here 1976 12
George Sands Nomenclature
1976 13
George Sands Bundle Set Up how to bundle rope, with extra piece
  • Normal Rope
  • Abnormal Rope
Related toAlso published here 1976 14
George Sands One Rope Illusion I taking two ropes as one from bundle
Related to 1976 15
George Sands Acquitment handing rope out for examination, hiding and adding extra piece in process
Also published here 1976 16
George Sands Pocket Set Up set up for routine
  • Advantages
Also published here 1976 17
George Sands Sliding Knot Tie switching ends and tying knot, extra piece
  • Deceiving Rotation
Related toAlso published here 1976 18
George Sands Finger Cut cutting rope using fingers
Related toAlso published here 1976 19
George Sands Stretching a Rope stretching two ropes two same lengths
Related toAlso published here 1976 19
George Sands To Count Four as Four counting four ends, hiding looped extra piece
Related toAlso published here 1976 21
George Sands Twist Knot with extra piece, false knot and fusing two ropes together
  • Figure Eight Restoration
  • "Sam Schwartz's Delivery"
  • Sleight of Foot Restoration
Related toAlso published here 1976 22
George Sands Jumping Ends with extra piece, two methods for switching ends
  • Jumping Ends - Set Up
  • Jumping Ends - Set Up II
  • Jumping Ends
  • Jumping Ends
Also published here 1976 26
George Sands Continuous Circle - No End
Also published here 1976 30
George Sands Sliding Knot Tie with extra piece
Also published here 1976 31
George Sands Slip Knot with extra piece
Also published here 1976 32
George Sands Finger Razor Cut cutting rope with finger
Also published here 1976 34
George Sands Karate Chop cutting rope using Karate Chop
Also published here 1976 34
George Sands Accordion Pleat Restoration fusing two ropes together
Related toAlso published here 1976 34
George Sands Jumping Knot using extra piece
  • Jumping Knot - Set Up
  • Jumping Knot
Related toAlso published here 1976 36
George Sands Sliding Knot
  • Sliding Knot - Set Up
  • Sliding Knot - Illusion
Also published here 1976 37
George Sands Vanishing Knot Addition
Also published here 1976 40
George Sands Jumping Knot - Addition
Also published here 1976 41
George Sands Mountain Climbing Knot
Also published here 1976 41
George Sands Dissolving Knot
Also published here 1976 41
George Sands Life Saving Knots appearance of several knots on rope
Also published here 1976 44
George Sands Set Up Before Spectators and Repeat
Also published here 1976 46
George Sands Set Up II for Repeat
Also published here 1976 47
George Sands Examination of the Rope
Also published here 1976 47
George Sands Conclusion
1976 47
George Sands Suggestions-Advice-Afterthoughts
1976 48
George Sands Reverse Bank Nite using the Lucky 13 prime force
Inspired byAlso published here 1978 1100
George Sands Prime Choice - E.S.P. six pieces of paper, prediction on one, ESP symbols or something else on the other pieces, then Lucky 13 prime force
Inspired by 1978 1101
George Sands Platform Key-Rect "Two Tricks"
man and woman locked together with chain
1978 1135
George Sands Prime Choice "Two Tricks"
packet of thirteen cards, selection is the last one face-down after counting procedure
Inspired byAlso published here 1978 1137
Horace E. Bennett The Amazing, Jumping, Flying, Sliding Knot knot jumps, slides and is picked off, then cut and restored rope
Inspired by
  • George Sands' "Ropesation"
Related to
1978 17
George Sands Banknight Umgekehrt using the Lucky 13 prime force
Also published here Apr. 1982
Intermagic (Vol. 9 No. 1)
35
Dr. Jacob Daley, George Sands Prime Choice No. 31, packet of thirteen cards, selection is the last one face-down after counting procedure
Also published here 1983 52
George Sands Lucky 13 No. 32, prime principle force, small packet counted to named number until only one card remains
Also published here 1983 53
George Sands, Karl Fulves Criss Cross No. 48, simplified, Nines through Aces removed and sorted in reds and blacks, dealing procedure on table mixes and then sorts the colors again, spectator cannot duplicate it
Inspired by 1984 62
George Sands, Frederick Braue The Super Optical Illusion four red-backed aces change one by one into blue-backed kings with twisting
Inspired by 1985 11
Shigeo Takagi Shigeo Takagi's Rope Routine with spectator
  • Phase One
  • Phase Two
  • Phase Three
  • Phase Four
Variations 1987 1
Jeff Sheridan Swan Lake Rope multi-phase routine, sliding knot, rope grow to same length as other, traveling ends and cut and restored rope as finish, first six phases are identical with George Sands Ropesational routine, no credits
Related to 1987 1
Mac King, George Sands Phase One Effect
Inspired byRelated to 1990 2
Shigeo Takagi Do As I Do Rope Routine with spectator
  • Part One
  • Part Two
  • Part Three (based on Cornelius)
  • Part Four
Inspired byRelated to 1990 79
Steve Beam Leftovers on opening lines by John Riggs, Dai Vernon, Stephen Minch, Lisa Weedman, George Sands, Don Morris, Dan Garrett, Earl Oakes, Ed Weiss, Alec Callow, getting booked on conventions, Richard Bartram
1993 860
Lee Earle Editor's Desk: Title Trivia on Jay Leno, Docc Hilford, George Sands, Anton Zellman
1994
Syzygy (Vol. 1 No. 4)
16
Dr. Dan J. Alessini The Curse of Christopher Cross cards removed and sorted in reds and blacks, dealing procedure on table mixes and then sorts the colors again, spectator cannot duplicate it, story presentation
Inspired by Dec. 1994
Vibrations (Vol. 17 No. 6)
1
Karl Fulves What's in a Name? No. 8, name is spelled in eleven-card packet and last card turned over, repeated until one card remains, it is the only odd-colored one
Related to 1995 10
Felix Farrell Pure Rope rope is cut several times with fingers and is then restored again, multi-phase routine
Inspired by 1995 51
Robert Cassidy Card Memory deck is shuffled and memorized, two spectator get half the deck and performer names every card
Inspired byRelated toVariationsAlso published here 1995 29
Lee Earle Editor's Desk: On the Road, Again. on Dr. Juris, Docc Hilford, George Sands, Larry Becker, David Frederic Ashton, Max Morgan
1995
Syzygy (Vol. 2 No. 4)
104
Robert E. Neale 14. Triskaidekaphobia prime principle force, packet of tarot cards counted to named number until only one card remains
  • Alternative Routine
  • More Facts and Their Sources
Inspired byAlso published here 1995 163
Ford Kross Kross Roads on Dennis Marks, Paul Hallas, Meir Yedid, George Sands
Mar. 1995
Vibrations (Vol. 17 No. 9)
9
Nick Trost The Eliminator Uses gaffed dice (mispotted) to locate card in one of six piles, credit info for plot given to publication in Nouvelles Recreations, Physiques et Mathematiques (Gilles-Edme Guyot, 1740)
Inspired by 1997 142
George Sands, Mitsunobu Matsuyama "Lucky 13" Force Using a fair dice to force bottom card of seven card packet, by eliminating cards at rolled number repeatedly, independently discovered by Mitsunobu Matsuyama
1997 144
Peter Duffie An Unexpected Prediction Cards in a packet turned face down one by one by counting sequence, remaining card that is face up has PREDICTION written on the back (uses prime principle by George Sands)
Variations 1997 108
George Sands Prime Number Packet Principle Packet of cards with prime number of cards, think of any integer n, flip over every nth card in succession, forces the remaining card
1997 108
Peter Duffie Psychic Calculator George Sands's Prime Number Principle
1997 16
Karl Fulves Stebbins Clock clock layout, one card turned over and put in center, counting procedure with the value and last card on count always turned over, remaining card forced
Inspired byRelated to 1998 176
Karl Fulves PATEO Variation force done by two spectators, magician's choice on final decision
Inspired by
  • PATEO (Roy Baker, Baker's Bonanza, p. 38)
Related to
2000 184
George Sands Prime Force
Related to 2000 202
Karl Fulves Card Roulette No. 19, two cards chosen by two spectators from small packet, cards counted through and spectators' cards do not show up, prime principle
Related to 2001 38
Jim Steinmeyer, George Sands The Five Card Mix forcing a card from five, see also George Sands "Prime Time"
Related toVariations 2002 21
Steve Beam Lucky Digits small packet counted to named number until only one card remains
Related to 2002 177
Steve Beam Alpha Male humorous divination of selected letter, with ABC cards
Inspired by 2002 205
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Future Choice five envelope with numbers on either side, added in some way by spectator, total predicted, repeat, see Vol. 2 reference for credit information
Inspired by
  • "One to Eight" (George Sands, Bill Simon's Mathematical Magic, 1964)
Related to
2003 73
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Whitewash ESP deck, card chosen by adding some numbers on number cards, predicted, all others blank
Inspired by
  • "One to Eight" (George Sands, Bill Simon's Mathematical Magic, 1964)
2003 75
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Little Arrows seven cards, all chosen except one, all lose except last one, George Sands's Prime Number Principle
Variations 2003 77
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Flexible Choice number chosen with four back-to-back pairs, credits George Sands's "One to Eight" principle (really the Hummer Addition Principle)
2003 60
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson The Accidental Diary sixteen-card Unicycle Stack, credits George Sands's "One to Eight" principle (really Hummer Addition Principle)
Variations 2003 70
George Sands Prime Number Principle p cards, any number smaller than p counted to and card turned over, repeated from there until one card remains not turned over, it's forced
  • Why it Works
Related to
  • Card Concepts (Arthur MacTier)
Variations
2003 73
Peter Duffie, Robin Robertson Co-Prime Number Principle extension of prime number principle
Inspired by 2003 73
Aldo Colombini Little Arrows with No Arrows five envelopes, all chosen except one, all lose except last one, George Sands's Prime Number Principle
Inspired by 2003 160
George Sands The Sands End Switch with extra piece
2003 5
George Sands Lucky 13 Force one of five objects
Related to 2004 18
Ryan Matney The Whitechapel Solution cards in a packet turned face down one by one by counting sequence, remaining card that is face up has odd back, uses prime principle by George Sands, story presentation
Inspired by 2004 349
Lewis Jones Lucky, Lucky, Lucky prime principle force, small packet counted to named number until selection appears, as bar bet
Inspired byVariations 2004 70
Robert Cassidy Card Memory deck is shuffled and memorized, two spectator get half the deck and performer names every card
Inspired byAlso published here 2004 35
George Sands Prime Number Principle
2006 199
Gene Castillon "Odd Chance" 21 Card Trick two selections
Inspired by 2007 140
Nick Trost Wacky Packet several transformations
Inspired by 2008 198
Lennart Green Love - Hate - Admiration three-card location, using George Sands's Prime Deal
Also published here 2008 10
George Sands The Sands End Switch with extra piece
2010 135
Wayne Dobson Cash Back using George Sands Prime Number Force
2013 23
Jim Steinmeyer Mystery in Abstract
  • Conjuring
one of several large cards with Droodles chosen with George Sands' Prime Time principle, humorously predicted
Related to Feb. 2014
Genii (Vol. 77 No. 2)
26
Lennart Green Amor, Odio y Admiración three-card location, using George Sands's Prime Deal
Also published here 2014
El Manuscrito (Vol. 7 No. 28)
970
Quotes by various people on the magic of George Sands, Ace Starry, Daryl, Jeff McBride, Aldo Colombini, Mac King, Michael Finney, Sandy Katzman, George Becker, Ray Pierce, Doug Anderson
2014 ix
George Sands Preface
2014 xiii
George Sands, Alan Sands Sandsational Rope routine with extra piece
  • Part 1 - Nomenclature of a Rope
  • Part 2 - Is there no end?
  • Part 3 - Nor a center
  • Alan's Variation
  • Part 4 - Restoration
  • Part 5 - The Lure
  • Part 6 - It's a Long Stretch
  • Part 7 - Casual Restoration
  • Part 8 - Around and Around
  • Part 9 - Merry-Go-Round
  • Part 10 - Sliding Knot
  • Part 11 - Dissection
  • Part 12 Sleight-of-Leg
  • Part 13 - Finger Cut
  • Part 14 - Classical Restoration
  • Part 15 - Shoelace Knot
  • Part 16 - Give a Magician Enough Rope
  • Conclusion
  • Part 17 - Comedy Ending by Alan Sands
Also published here 2014 1
George Sands Preface - 1962
Also published here 2014 25
George Sands Preface - 1977
Also published here 2014 26
George Sands Preface - 1983
2014 26
George Sands Requirements comments on ropes for the Sandsational routine
Also published here 2014 28
George Sands Sand's Ropesational rope cut several times using fingers, rope is restored, ends change places with middle, rope stretches and knots slide and jump from one end to the other, several knots appear at once
Also published here 2014 28
George Sands Nomenclature
2014 29
George Sands Bundle Set Up how to bundle rope, with extra piece
  • Normal Rope
  • Abnormal Rope
Also published here 2014 29
George Sands Stage Presentation - One Rope Illusion taking two ropes as one from bundle
2014 30
George Sands For Close - Up Acquitment handing rope out for examination, hiding and adding extra piece in process
Also published here 2014 31
George Sands For Close-Up - Pocket Setup set up for routine
  • Advantages
Also published here 2014 32
George Sands Sliding Knot Tie switching ends and tying knot, extra piece
  • Deceiving Rotation
Also published here 2014 33
George Sands Deceiving Rotation apparently rotating a rope, secretly moving the knot
2014 34
George Sands Finger Cut cutting rope using fingers
Also published here 2014 34
George Sands Stretching a Rope stretching two ropes two same lengths
Also published here 2014 34
George Sands To Count Four as Four counting four ends, hiding looped extra piece
Also published here 2014 35
George Sands Twist Knot with extra piece, false knot and fusing two ropes together
  • Figure Eight Restoration
  • "Sam Schwartz's Delivery"
  • Sleight of Foot Restoration
Also published here 2014 36
George Sands Jumping Ends with extra piece, two methods for switching ends
  • Jumping Ends - Set Up
  • Jumping Ends - Set Up II
  • Jumping Ends
  • Modified Jumping Ends
Also published here 2014 39
George Sands Continuous Circle - No Ends
Also published here 2014 43
George Sands Sliding Knot Tie with extra piece
Also published here 2014 44
George Sands Slipknot with extra piece
Also published here 2014 44
George Sands Finger Razor Cut cutting rope with finger
Also published here 2014 45
George Sands Karate Chop cutting rope using Karate Chop
Also published here 2014 46
George Sands Accordion Pleat Restoration fusing two ropes together
Also published here 2014 46
George Sands Jumping Knot using extra piece
  • Jumping Knot - Set Up
  • Jumping Knot
Also published here 2014 47
George Sands Sliding Knot
  • Sliding Knot - Set Up
  • Sliding Knot - Illusion
Also published here 2014 48
George Sands Vanishing Knot Addition
Also published here 2014 51
George Sands Jumping Knot - Addition
Also published here 2014 51
George Sands Mountain Climbing Knot
Also published here 2014 51
George Sands Dissolving Knot
Also published here 2014 51
George Sands Life Saving Knots appearance of several knots on rope
Also published here 2014 54
George Sands Set Up Before Spectators and Repeat
Also published here 2014 56
George Sands Set Up II for Repeat
Also published here 2014 57
George Sands Examination of the Rope
Also published here 2014 57
George Sands Conclusion
2014 57
George Sands, Alan Sands Suggestions-Advice-Afterthoughts
2014 57
George Sands, Alan Sands Needless Threeading rope is wind around thumb, threading end through loop, elaborate routine
  • Preface
  • Effect
  • Setup
  • Presentation
  • Rope Warp
  • More Rope Warp
Related to 2014 59
George Sands Silk Handkerchief Through Rope silk knotted on rope
Also published here
  • George Sands' "50 Years of Magic: Volume 1" 1987.
2014 69
George Sands Rope Through Arm through arm of spectator
Also published here
  • George Sands' "50 Years of Magic: Volume 1" 1987.
2014 71
George Sands Reverse Rope Through Arm through arm of spectator
Also published here
  • George Sands' "50 Years of Magic: Volume 1" 1987.
2014 72
George Sands String Handcuff Escape (Honeymoon String Game) spectator and performer have ends of rope knotted on wrists, ropes are linked and become unlinked
Also published here
  • George Sands' "51 Years of Magic: Volume 2" 1988.
2014 75
George Sands Sun and Moon - Comedy Tie and Rope Routine comedy routine, cut and restored tie
Also published here
  • George Sands' "54 Years of Magic: Volume 5" 1991.
2014 79
George Sands William Tell Knot with a Variation simple knot and figure eight knot
Also published here
  • George Sands' "56 Years of Magic: Volume 7" 1993.
2014 83
George Sands Rope Through Person rope through box, penetration of person
Also published here
  • George Sands' "51 Years of Magic: Volume 2" 1988.
2014 87
George Sands Epilogue by George Sands
2014 89
George Sands Autobiography by George Sands written in 1987
2014 91
Steve Beam Doubling Down Using factory misprinted cards, the magician predicts the totals of the cards selected by the audience.
Related to 2015 214
George Sands An Oddity paper slips with numbers on each side are arranged by the spectator
Also published here 2022 16