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Arthur H. Buckley One of Four Packets probability force which packet of four is chosen
1933 32
Arthur H. Buckley, Charles T. Jordan The Red and the Black card chosen and shuffled back, cards dealt, all are red except selection
1933 38
Envelope Placement Steal packet put in envelope, a card remains outside
Related to 1935 25
Arthur H. Buckley Spell It spelling every card with eleven letters except for four exceptions, card is placed at position eleven by simply picking up a break while spreading for selection
Also published here 1937 46
Arthur H. Buckley Indetecto divining chosen number and card, impromptu punched card with finger nail
Also published here 1937 83
Arthur H. Buckley Knock 'Em Dead any card stopped at is predicted, alternating set-up and billet index
1937 195
Arthur H. Buckley Cards and Pockets number of cut off cards is divined, deck in pocket, any named card instantly produced
Also published here 1937 241
Off the Table False Riffle Shuffle
Related to 1940 76
Orville Wayne Meyer, Arthur H. Buckley Twin Prediction - The Improved Buckley Method full deck stack and billet index
Also published here Mar. 1940
The Jinx (Issue 82)
530
Ring, Rope And Pin borrowed ring penetrates rope
Related toVariations 1943/27 81
Arthur H. Buckley Side-Bottom Pass side steal to bottom
1943/27 183
Arthur H. Buckley Novelty Straight Count
1943/27 210
Theodore Annemann, Arthur H. Buckley, Orville Wayne Meyer The Improved Buckley Method full deck stack and billet index
Also published here 1944 97
Arthur H. Buckley Preface
1946 5
Arthur H. Buckley The Strip injog and strip-out
Related to 1946 12
Arthur H. Buckley A Blind Riffle Shuffle zarrow type
1946 12
Clayton Rawson, Arthur H. Buckley The Force That Couldn't Be
1946 14
Arthur H. Buckley The Exchange
1946 16
Arthur H. Buckley Greek Shift - Buckley's Method greek break
1946 19
Arthur H. Buckley Hindu Shift transferring a card from top to bottom while hindu shuffling
1946 19
Arthur H. Buckley Multiple Shift - Buckley's Method brings the cards on top of a facedown deck
1946 22
Arthur H. Buckley Buckley's Slap Shift transfers a card from bottom to top of packet which spectator dealt onto magicians hand
Also published here 1946 23
Arthur H. Buckley Buckley's Single Card Shift to bottom after peek
1946 25
Arthur H. Buckley Buckley´s Method of Secretly Placing a Bridge springing the cards two times from hand to hand
1946 28
Arthur H. Buckley Buckley´s "Out of this World" False Shuffle and Cut only bottom half is disturbed, in-the-hands Triumph Shuffle
1946 29
Arthur H. Buckley separating reds from blacks
1946 29
Sighting after Peek step
Related toAlso published here 1946 34
Arthur H. Buckley The Invisible Location (One Hand)
1946 38
Arthur H. Buckley Buckley's Reverse from bottom to center, while riffle shuffling
VariationsAlso published here 1946 39
Arthur H. Buckley Sighting while Cutting the Pack using buckling action
Related to 1946 40
Arthur H. Buckley Buckley´s Method of Sighting while Fanning the Cards fanning a small packet
Also published here 1946 43
Arthur H. Buckley Buckley´s Diagonal Location
1946 45
Arthur H. Buckley Buckley´s Method for Dealing Seconds
1946 47
Arthur H. Buckley The Count one-handed turnover of top card
1946 52
Arthur H. Buckley The False Count for More
Related to 1946 53
Arthur H. Buckley The Side Steal Palm - Buckley´s Method diagonal push-in
1946 57
Arthur H. Buckley Original Methods of Palming Cards from the Bottom of the Pack
1946 58
Arthur H. Buckley The Perfect Card Palm left thumb swings under top card(s)
1946 61
Arthur H. Buckley Buckley's Multiple Card Palm Steal
1946 63
Arthur H. Buckley Buckley's Double Peek Location Shuffle and Palm
1946 65
Arthur H. Buckley Buckley's Top Palm Slide Off
1946 67
Arthur H. Buckley Top Palm one or Several Cards also as a replacement as mentioned at the end
1946 71
Arthur H. Buckley A Novel Palm
Related to 1946 74
Arthur H. Buckley Hindu Shuffle and Cut Location
1946 77
Arthur H. Buckley Buckley's Method of Double Cutting Cards to the Top of the Pack
1946 78
Arthur H. Buckley One Hand Crimp - Your Card? featuring bottom card longitudinal crimp
1946 90
Arthur H. Buckley The Count (Second Method)
1946 91
Arthur H. Buckley The Palm Unsurpassed card almost bent in half
1946 91
Arthur H. Buckley Bottom Palm of a Single Card
1946 92
Arthur H. Buckley The Glide Shift Kelly Bottom Placement sideways
Variations 1946 93
Arthur H. Buckley Bottom Stock Blind Shuffle
1946 102
Arthur H. Buckley Retaining the Stock with crimp during shuffle
1946 102
Arthur H. Buckley Dealing from the Bottom mentioning the idea to deal bottoms to all players except oneself and performing OOTW with bottom deals
Related toVariations 1946 105
Arthur H. Buckley Restoring the Cut (My Pet Method) includes setting bridge during riffle shuffle, reads like a classic pass
1946 110
Arthur H. Buckley Demonstration Build of the Four Aces using the Buckley Double Cuts cutting system to stack cards
1946 114
Arthur H. Buckley A Cold Deck Warmed Up switching 48 cards (deck minus Aces) and stack Aces into positions
1946 115
Arthur H. Buckley An Original Method of Restoring the Cut - Fourth Method halves are swiped off the table
1946 121
Arthur H. Buckley Card Manipulations which cards to use and how to prepare them for manipulations
1946 123
Arthur H. Buckley Lighting
1946 126
Arthur H. Buckley Music
1946 126
Arthur H. Buckley A Vanish of a Card from the Top of the Pack face-up with wrist turn
1946 127
Arthur H. Buckley Back Palm with the Open Fingers deep back palm, applications for manipulations follow
1946 127
Arthur H. Buckley The Bent Fingers, Back Palm and Recovery recovery from deep back palm ending in fan production
1946 128
Arthur H. Buckley The Thumb Palm Move (An original piece of manipulative deception) transfer to show hands emtpy utilizing back thumb palm
1946 131
Arthur H. Buckley The Slide Up Vanish fake transfer using back palm
1946 134
Arthur H. Buckley A Card is Vanished and Reappears at the very Tips of the first and second Fingers basic back palming with fingertip production
1946 136
Arthur H. Buckley Reverse Palming without Swinging the Arm and also without using the Thumb finessed Pivot
1946 136
Arthur H. Buckley The Fan Vanish
1946 138
Arthur H. Buckley A Fan of Cards Disappears fake transfer using Clip Palm
1946 140
Arthur H. Buckley The Change Over - A very pretty and deceptive Piece of Card Manipulation hand washing with back and front palming
1946 143
Arthur H. Buckley The Steal recover from deep back palm
1946 146
Arthur H. Buckley Split Fans "Back Palming a Pack of Fifty-Two Cards and Reproducing them in a Series of Fans"
1946 147
Arthur H. Buckley Transposition Experiment No. 1 - double lift, mexican turnover
1946 150
Arthur H. Buckley Confusion Experiment No. 2, a bit unclear indeed
1946 151
Arthur H. Buckley Do You See Red? Experiment No. 3 - one of four black cards changes to red and back
1946 153
Arthur H. Buckley Matching Pairs Experiment No. 4 - spectator and magician select card from a half, same value, repeated a couple of times
1946 154
Arthur H. Buckley The Lost Aces Experiment No. 5 - Aces are lost and indifferent cards transform into Aces
1946 155
Arthur H. Buckley Charlier Location and Speller Experiment No. 7 - cutting at the same position as a spectator and spelling application
1946 157
Arthur H. Buckley Charlier Pass as a Secret Sleight opinion
1946 157
Arthur H. Buckley The Card Through Case Experiment No. 8 - very direct handling for Staring him in the Face
Also published here 1946 158
Arthur H. Buckley The Unexpected Ending Experiment No. 9 - two selections, one turns over, other is counted to
Variations 1946 159
Arthur H. Buckley Birds of a Feather Experiment No. 10
Variations 1946 160
Arthur H. Buckley Simplicity Experiment No. 11 - face card changes to peeked card
1946 161
Arthur H. Buckley Next to Yours! Experiment No. 12 - two cards are placed above and below selection
1946 162
Arthur H. Buckley Four Chances - A Novel Card Location Experiment No. 13 - position where spectator cuts to is estimated
1946 163
Arthur H. Buckley Naming the Top Card Experiment No. 14 - top card glimpse while looking at bottom
1946 164
Arthur H. Buckley, Carmen D'Amico A Gambler's Aid Experiment No. 15 - featuring a tabled double lift
Variations 1946 166
Arthur H. Buckley A Card Gets Out of Hand Experiment No. 16
1946 167
Arthur H. Buckley A Difficult Routine Experiment No. 17 - four cards change one at a time, presented with four forced selections (Aces)
Related to 1946 168
Arthur H. Buckley Lost and Found Experiment No. 18 - card vanishes and is found via second deal stop trick
1946 170
Arthur H. Buckley The Mysterious Marker Experiment No. 19 - locator card transforms into selection
1946 171
Arthur H. Buckley Blackjacks Experiment No. 20 - Jacks far apart travel around selection
Related to 1946 172
Arthur H. Buckley Covered Side-Steal precursor
1946 173
Arthur H. Buckley The Ladies and the Deuces Experiment No. 21 - with cards to pockets climax
1946 174
Arthur H. Buckley Transition Experiment No. 22 - four Kings with four Aces
1946 175
Arthur H. Buckley The Ambitious Card Experiment No. 23
1946 177
Arthur H. Buckley The Mix-Up Experiment No. 24
1946 179
Arthur H. Buckley Wishful Thinking Experiment No. 25 - peeked card comes to top in clean manner
1946 181
Arthur H. Buckley Color Memory Experiment No. 26 - inferior handling done from the pack
1946 183
Arthur H. Buckley Think of a Number Experiment No. 27 - spectator remembers card at thought of position
1946 184
Arthur H. Buckley A Brilliant Climax (My Pet Effect) Experiment No. 28 - four selections are produced which change to Aces and back in a kick-back-kind effect
1946 185
Arthur H. Buckley An Ace Introduction Experiment No. 29
1946 189
Arthur H. Buckley The Aces and the Chosen Card Experiment No. 30 - Aces are lost, selection appears on top and changes to Aces, repeated three times
1946 190
Arthur H. Buckley Quintuplets Experiment No. 31 - five cards
1946 193
Arthur H. Buckley The Slop Over Card Location Experiment No. 32 - using slop shuffle
1946 195
Sid Lorraine, Arthur H. Buckley Slop Shuffle
1946 196
Arthur H. Buckley Card and Pocket Mystery Experiment No. 33 - one in pocket, one under foot, duplicate
1946 197
Arthur H. Buckley Your Favorite Ace Experiment No. 34 - named Aces appear at named numbers, surprise transposition at end
1946 199
Arthur H. Buckley The Double Surprise Experiment No. 35 - faced halves, two selections appear where packets meet
1946 202
Arthur H. Buckley, Karrell Fox, Dai Vernon The Chivalrous Kings and The Four Ladies Experiment No. 36 - four duplicates, one set in case
Inspired by 1946 203
Arthur H. Buckley A Quickie Experiment No. 37 - backed instead of faced
1946 206
Arthur H. Buckley Four Aces Par Excellence Experiment No. 38 - Aces instead of selection
1946 206
Arthur H. Buckley The Obstrusive Queens Experiment No. 39 - using two black Queens
1946 207
Arthur H. Buckley The Illusive Transfer Experiment No. 40
1946 208
Arthur H. Buckley Card in Pocket Book Experiment No. 41 [An old plot with a new and simplified method] - using reel (!)
Variations 1946 209
Arthur H. Buckley The Hindu Aces Experiment No. 42 - Ace production followed by assembly, for credit information see "Marlo Writes Again" (p. 7)
Related toVariations 1946 211
Arthur H. Buckley The Four Bandits Experiment No. 43 - Jacks are produced, inserted in middle and come to top, deck is separated in reds and blacks
1946 213
Arthur H. Buckley Nomenclature definitions of card terms
1946 216
Arthur H. Buckley Location From New Deck two cards found after two honest riffle shuffles, interlocking chains
1946 10
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley Preface
1947 1
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley Devious Digits serial numbers from bills are put together and multiplied with a number (selected playing card), medium on phone divines total
1947 5
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley It's A Small World spectator marks any place on a globe, prediction, envelope switch behind chair
Related toVariations 1947 9
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley Astral Addition medium is blindfolded and reveals numbers written down by spectator
1947 12
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley Projection six spectators write something on a blackboard, everything was predicted in an envelope
1947 15
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley Pennies, Nickels and Dimes two spectators remove a handful of coins from a bag with pennies, nickels and dimes, performer divines the exact amount of each
1947 18
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley Memory Plus Miracles list of twenty words is memorized by performer, then medium is called, who divines words too, carbon envelope
1947 21
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley Psychic Vision several spectators on stage with objects, which are divined
1947 27
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley Psychometry blindfolded performer, psychometry and Q&A
1947 29
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley Date Divination assistant collects several different coins in an envelope, all dates are divined, clever subtlety
1947 32
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley Baseball Prophecy baseball game result is predicted, carbon envelope
1947 35
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley Tests in a Gold Fish Bowl fifteen spectators write a simple task on a paper, seal it in envelope and sign it, envelopes are selected and names read aloud, performer does the tasks
1947 38
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley A Chance in a Billion bill put in a glass and covered with handkerchief
1947 41
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley New Bills for Old ten serial numbers are noted on a blackboard, performer is blindfolded and can call out all the numbers
1947 44
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley The Telepathic Band Leader band plays tunes, which were noted by spectators and selected without their knowledge
1947 46
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley Dictionary Test people write numbers on cards und seal them in envelopes, word appears on signed card locked in a frame
1947 49
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley Second Sight at First Glance performer is blindfolded, accurate description of the people who put a personal object in an envelope
1947 54
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley As Far as You Like performer predicts list of words correctly, words are completly free selected, carbon envelope
1947 57
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley The Crystal Ball spectator sees selected word fro a newspaper clipping in a crystal ball, change bag
1947 59
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley Astrological Mentalism spectators order some months and zodiacs on blackboards and add up some numbers, medium divines all in correct order
1947 62
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley Behind the Eight Ball several spectators draw a colored ball from a box and spectator divines them, electronic box
1947 66
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley The Crime Doctor several spectators select a crime and write it down, performer divines all
1947 69
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley Gaze Into My Eyes luminous paint
1947 71
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley The Spirit multiple prediction on a record
Related to 1947 74
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley Telepathy with Your Favorite Stars photograph of a celebrity is selected and hidden in a box, performer divines the celebrity by drawing him, electrical method
1947 77
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley Birthday Telepathy medium on stage, spectators whisper month of birth and zodiac sign to performer, medium divines both, also to pitch zodiac sheets
1947 80
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley The Great Book Test electrical method
1947 83
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley The Open Window divination of a city, written on paper and sealed in envelope
1947 90
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley Written Messages several thoughts are divined, sealed in envelopes
1947 92
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley Better Than Rabbits spectators initial billets, on which they wrote song and book titles, performer divines all
1947 94
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley Holding the Bag thought written on a billet and sealed in envelope is divined
1947 96
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley Impressions that Stick thought divination
1947 98
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley No Privacy in a Gold Fish Bowl multiple thought revelation, written on billets in fish bowl
1947 101
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley The Answering of Questions thorough treatise on Q&A
Related to 1947 107
Milbourne Christopher Magnetic Magic magnetic holdout in trousers at back of leg
Related to Feb. 1947 293
To Glimpse or Sight a Card Secretly used in conjunction with the peek
VariationsAlso published here 1948 35
Arthur H. Buckley Foreword
1948 xx
Arthur H. Buckley The Principles of Magic
  • commented list of methods/principles (Manipulation, Substitution, Duplication, Camouflage, Imitation, False Partition, Concealed Mechanism, Falsification, Arrangement, Preparation)
  • list of effects
  • list of aiding factors (Misdirection, Sustained Attention, Diverted Attention, Restriction, Repetition, Conclusion, Climax, Anti-Climax, Mannerism, Surprise, Expectancy, Memory, Mnemonics, Reconstructive Imagination, Dramatics, Humor)
1948 22
Arthur H. Buckley Misdirection
1948 27
Arthur H. Buckley Concealment
1948 28
Arthur H. Buckley The Entertainment Value
1948 30
Arthur H. Buckley Showmanship
1948 33
Arthur H. Buckley Sleight of Hand
1948 33
Arthur H. Buckley Something New
1948 34
Arthur H. Buckley Invention
1948 35
Arthur H. Buckley Talking Acts versus Silent Acts and Pantomime
1948 37
Arthur H. Buckley The Practice of Leaving the Stage Unattended
1948 37
Arthur H. Buckley Assistants from the Audience
1948 38
Arthur H. Buckley Fakes and Accessories
1948 38
Arthur H. Buckley Gimacs
1948 39
Arthur H. Buckley Illusion
1948 39
Arthur H. Buckley The Plot
1948 40
Arthur H. Buckley Timing, Rhythm and Pace
1948 40
Arthur H. Buckley Footwork
1948 42
Arthur H. Buckley Presenting the Act in Public
1948 43
Arthur H. Buckley Sleeving some methods briefly explained
1948 47
Arthur H. Buckley A Short Routine In Which Sleeving Plays The Major Part quarter changes into half dollar and back, with alternative switch, inertia sleeving for transformation
1948 47
Arthur H. Buckley The Muscle Pass with One Silver Dollar used to show both hands empty
1948 48
Arthur H. Buckley Chinese Coin Mystery chinese coin with hole penetrates string
Inspired by 1948 49
Arthur H. Buckley The Turnover Pass with One Coin false transfer in which coin slide back in other hand
1948 55
Arthur H. Buckley The Pinch Pass with a Single Coin false transfer
1948 56
Arthur H. Buckley A Very Pretty Disappearance with handkerchief
1948 56
Arthur H. Buckley Front and Back of Hand Transfer of a Coin
1948 58
Arthur H. Buckley Three Methods of Producing a Coin actually four methods, three from back clip, one from Downs palm
1948 59
Arthur H. Buckley The Vanish of a Coin from the Fold of a Pants Leg
1948 63
Arthur H. Buckley On the Leg Pass with a Silver Dollar two more methods to vanish coin from trouser fold
1948 64
Arthur H. Buckley To Pass Four Coins from Hand to Hand through your Head, One at a Time
Related to
  • "Invisible Transfer of a Coin from Hand to Hand when the spectators have been Forewarned" (Gaultier, Magic Without Apparatus, p. 104)
1948 65
Arthur H. Buckley The French Drop and the Eye Glass coin travels to other hand, coin temporarily in eye
1948 65
Arthur H. Buckley The Roll Down Production for Four Coins roll out
Related toVariations 1948 66
Arthur H. Buckley Five Coins are seen and heard to Fall into a Glass and a Moment Later Vanish
1948 66
T. Nelson Downs, Arthur H. Buckley The "Downs' Click Pass" Viewed from a New Angle (Improved)
1948 68
Arthur H. Buckley An Illusive Pass tumble false transfer
Related to 1948 69
Arthur H. Buckley The Click Pass and the Table tapping coins on underside of table as sound effect
1948 69
Arthur H. Buckley The One Hand Color Changing Discs
1948 70
Arthur H. Buckley The Throw Away Vanish of Five Coins
1948 73
Arthur H. Buckley The Magnetic Pass with One or Several Coins magnetic holdout in trousers at back of leg
Related to 1948 76
Arthur H. Buckley Borrowed Money bill vanishes from envelope, reappears in nest of envelopes, serial number noted (3 made to 8 from consecutive numbers)
1948 78
Arthur H. Buckley Another very effective Production of Five Coins, One by One, in the Left Hand
1948 82
Arthur H. Buckley The Steal coins in hand, one stolen from heel of hand with other hand, done five times in a row
Related toVariations 1948 84
Arthur H. Buckley Passing Several Coins Through a Table at which you are seated three coins in each hand and one odd coin, Han Ping Chien
1948 85
Arthur H. Buckley The French Drop (Improved)
1948 86
Arthur H. Buckley Another Original Five Coin Pass five coins produced one by one
1948 86
Arthur H. Buckley, Allan Shaw The Miser's Dream with commentary on the plot and outline of Allan Shaw's Miser's Dream Routine
1948 87
Arthur H. Buckley, John Northern Hilliard Two Playing Cards, Four Half Dollars and a Handkerchief
Inspired by
  • Hilliard trick in Stanyon's "Magic", Dec 1904
1948 89
Arthur H. Buckley Coin Through Handkerchief
1948 90
Cardini The Steal coins in hand, one stolen from heel of hand with other hand, done five times in a row
Related to 1948 92
Arthur H. Buckley Coins Pass, One by One, From the Left Hand to the Right Hand extra coin
1948 96
Arthur H. Buckley The Transfer of a Silver Dollar from One Hand to the Other
1948 99
Arthur H. Buckley Five Silver Dollars and a Handkerchief Routine five coins in handkerchief, vanish, reappear
Related to 1948 102
Arthur H. Buckley An Invisible Journey (Improved) two coins in each hand with odd coin, han ping chien
1948 106
Arthur H. Buckley Reproduction of Five Coins, One by One, at the Fingertips and an Original Change Over
1948 108
Arthur H. Buckley The Thumb Pass with a Silver Dollar coin apparently pushed in left hand
1948 109
Arthur H. Buckley Front Thumb Palm coin apparently tossed in hat, reproduced
1948 109
Arthur H. Buckley Split Fans and Coin Productions split fan production, then fan of coins produced that have been held out during card productions
1948 110
Arthur H. Buckley The Coin Holders and Loading Trough
1948 113
Arthur H. Buckley A Phantasy in Silver "My Complete Act with Coins, with Every Detail for a Scintillating Presentation Fully and Carefully Explained and Illustrated"
thorough explanation, using lots of sequences described before, with appearing cane
1948 115
Arthur H. Buckley The Coin Holder for the Phantasy in Silver
1948 134
Arthur H. Buckley Foreword to the Chapter Three - Card Magic
1948 139
Arthur H. Buckley Opening for a Card Act manipulation act with vanishing cane to silk, card production, dove production, gloves
1948 143
Arthur H. Buckley A Finish for an Act appearing cane, dove to glove (fake dove made out of glove)
1948 145
Arthur H. Buckley The Buckley False Shuffle
1948 146
Arthur H. Buckley Cards to Pocket, with Ten Cards (With Improvements)
Related to 1948 148
Arthur H. Buckley The Count flourish one-handed turnover count
1948 151
Arthur H. Buckley The False Count for More with sound
1948 152
Arthur H. Buckley My Card in Cigarette Illusion (With Improvements) pieces vanish from envelope, card in cigarette and tobacco in envelope, corner convincer
Also published here 1948 153
Arthur H. Buckley The Thirty Cards and Two Assistants (With Improvements)
1948 155
Arthur H. Buckley Ten and Ten
1948 157
Arthur H. Buckley To Vanish the Last Two Cards in presenting "The Ten Cards to Pocket" false transfer
Related to 1948 159
Arthur H. Buckley The Triple Climax three cards selected, stop trick with first card (tip for not dealing too long), changes into second card, third card to spectator's pocket
VariationsAlso published here 1948 161
Arthur H. Buckley An Amazing Card Illusion (Original) - Just Think of a Card five spectators, cards apparently thought-of from full deck, credit information
1948 164
Arthur H. Buckley The Crimp (One Hand) bottom card crimped with pinky, but more bridge like
1948 167
Arthur H. Buckley Exchanging a Card in Passing - Top Change four choreographies
1948 168
Arthur H. Buckley The Peek Location spectator peeks
1948 169
Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser, Arthur H. Buckley The Hofzinser Fan Force bottom card slid out with right fingers
1948 169
Arthur H. Buckley "The Slap Shift" with packet, bottom card to top
Also published here 1948 170
Arthur H. Buckley Corner Bend Glimpse corner bent in back of fan
1948 171
Arthur H. Buckley My Original Billiard Ball and Card Harness
1948 174
Arthur H. Buckley Magic With Billiard Balls
  • Pointers
1948 175
Arthur H. Buckley The Production of a Ball from Behind the Left Hand followed by the Take Away Vanish
Also published here 1948 176
Arthur H. Buckley A Ball Held in the Finger Palm Position by the Left Hand is Secretly Removed by the Right Hand in Passing
1948 177
Arthur H. Buckley The Wrist Roll showing hands empty
1948 178
Arthur H. Buckley The Production of a Ball on the Fist
1948 179
Arthur H. Buckley Moving the Ball Down from the Fist Position to the First and Second Fingers
1948 180
Arthur H. Buckley The Production of a Ball Between the Two Middle Fingers from the Palm Without Aid from the Thumb
1948 182
Arthur H. Buckley The "Ball Roll" From Finger to Finger
1948 186
Arthur H. Buckley The "Ball Roll" With Another Ball Concealed in your Palm
1948 188
Arthur H. Buckley "The Knee Roll Vanish"
1948 190
Arthur H. Buckley The Strike Vanish
1948 192
Arthur H. Buckley The "Wrist Roll" and Palm Off Vanish
1948 193
Arthur H. Buckley Concealing a Ball Behind the Hand While Both Palms are Shown interlocked position
1948 194
Arthur H. Buckley Color Changes "Original Methods", four methods
1948 196
Arthur H. Buckley "The Throw Vanish"
1948 202
Arthur H. Buckley The Ball and the Handkerchief penetration
1948 204
Arthur H. Buckley The Production of Eight Solid Balls at the Fingertips without a Shell
1948 206
Arthur H. Buckley Concluding Remarks
1948 218
Arthur H. Buckley A Different Thirty-Card Trick three signed cards, with envelopes
1948 49
Arthur H. Buckley The False Shuffle shuffled lengthwise, one half slides over the other
1948 52
Arthur H. Buckley Envelope Placement Steal packet put in envelope, a few cards remain outside
Related to 1948 54
Arthur H. Buckley Envelope Transfer cards added to packet from under envelope
1948 55
Arthur H. Buckley Spell It spelling every card with eleven letters except for four exceptions, card is placed at position eleven by simply picking up a break while spreading for selection
Also published here 1948 61
Arthur H. Buckley Fan Jog counting while spreading, then having a side-jog, out-jog or in-jog to mark position
1948 61
Arthur H. Buckley Transposition Extraordinary four Kings in envelope, four selected cards on floor, they transpose
1948 66
Arthur H. Buckley Simulated Placing of Kings in Envelope packet apparently put in envelope, remains outside
Related to 1948 67
Arthur H. Buckley The Top Change With Four Cards
1948 73
Arthur H. Buckley Separation packet of black cards shown, some change to red, then some more, finally all
1948 75
Arthur H. Buckley Card and Envelope card in envelope transposes with another selection, duplicate
1948 83
Arthur H. Buckley Card and Cigarette pieces vanish from envelope, card in cigarette and tobacco in envelope, corner convincer
Also published here 1948 84
Arthur H. Buckley Indetecto divining chosen number and card, impromptu punched card with finger nail ("Nail Marking")
Also published here 1948 87
Arthur H. Buckley Cards Mysterio five cards chosen and lost, found in different ways
1948 91
Arthur H. Buckley Card at Small Number psychological (gambling for Seven) with out
1948 96
Arthur H. Buckley Sympathy in Choice four or five cards chosen and lost, then other spectators think of cards in fan, they match
1948 97
Arthur H. Buckley Sympathy in Choice four or five cards chosen and lost, then other spectators think of cards in fan, they match
1948 97
Arthur H. Buckley The Mental Fan Force card more exposed in fan
1948 98
Arthur H. Buckley Card Under Foot wrong card found, spectator stands on it, same card found again and card under foot is now selection
1948 99
T. Nelson Downs, Arthur H. Buckley The Modified Downs Change
1948 102
Arthur H. Buckley A Pack of Cards and Four Pockets number of cut off cards is divined, deck in pocket, any named card instantly produced
  • First Effect - Telling the Number of Cards
  • Second Effect - Any Card Called For
Also published here 1948 104
Arthur H. Buckley The Sympathetic Cards Ace to Three of Spades are used to find Aces, Twos and Threes and make them transpose and change to match
1948 111
Arthur H. Buckley The Two-Handed Double Pass simultaneous top and bottom cover pass
1948 113
Arthur H. Buckley The Flesh Grip peek with first-finger break
1948 116
Arthur H. Buckley The Buckley Bottom Shift side steal to bottom after peek
1948 116
Arthur H. Buckley Four Aces
Related to 1948 119
Arthur H. Buckley Card Under Hat five cards chosen and sealed in envelope, one of them chosen from five slips of papers with names of selections, that card travels to under hat
1948 121
Arthur H. Buckley One Card from Ten thought-of card from ten-card packet travels to spectator's pocket
1948 123
Arthur H. Buckley Is the Card You Thought of There? card thought of from spread, deck divided in packet, spectator says which one contains his card and it is named by the performer
1948 125
Arthur H. Buckley Slap Cards cards peeked at, deck shuffled, the cards appear on the face of the deck one by one
1948 127
Arthur H. Buckley Selected Card at Any Number card thought of during riffling, it ends up at named number
1948 129
Arthur H. Buckley The Riffle Force card thought of during riffling, slight pause
1948