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Csuri, Frank. The Csuri Legacy. Compiled

Csuri, Frank. The Csuri Legacy. Compiled 1950s. An apparently unpublished multi-volume work by Csuri, comprised of notes, indices, and illustrations describing... [this item is NOT for sale]

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    1960s. Being the original typewritten transcriptions of Csuri's famous notebooks collecting the unpublished and published magic effects of Dai Vernon, Paul Fox, Charlie Miller ... [more like this]
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    1970. Over 400 pages, original typescript, in two 8vo comb bound volumes. Profusion of original sketched illustrations. Original pencil sketch portraits of Vernon (presumably ... [more like this]
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    Scripts, and Notebooks. 1940s - 70s. Typewritten and handwritten by Csuri over the course of decades and comprised of his notes on sessions with various magicians (Juday, ... [more like this]
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    1950s. An apparently unpublished multi-volume work by Csuri, comprised of notes, indices, and illustrations describing nearly all of the great stage illusions and many intricate ... [more like this]
  • Csuri, Frank. The Magic of Faucett Ross [Vernon's
    Copy]. Csuri, Frank (compiler). The Magic of Faucett Ross [Vernon's Copy]. Los Angeles [?], ca. 1969. Original compression binder with hand-lettered paper cover label, signed ... [more like this]
  • Ross, Faucett. Large Archive of Faucett Ross-Frank
    Csuri Correspondence. Spanning 1961-75, Ross's letters cover wide-ranging topics, from his opinions and routines/handlings for various magic tricks ("The [Paul Fox] Candy ... [more like this]
  • Vernon, Dai (David Frederick Wingfield Verner).
    Four Dai Vernon Postcards. 1960. Written by Vernon to Frank Csuri, who chronicled much of Vernon's magic in his famous notebooks. Vernon writes on varied subjects: "ÉI shall ... [more like this]
  • Miller, Charlie (Charles Earle Miller). Important
    Archive of Correspondence from Charlie Miller to Faucett Ross. Remarkable for their content - both anecdotal and factual - Miller describes in great deal the working and subtleties ... [more like this]
  • Bush, Connie. Archive of Connie Bush Manuscripts,
    Notes, and Correspondence. Primarily 1960s (but some letters dating as late as 1992), and including TLSs from Bush to Frank Csuri, nearly all content regarding the methods ... [more like this]
  • Cervon, Bruce (Bruce Cernava). Archive of
    Bruce Cervon Correspondence. Spanning roughly 1965 - 67, and addressed to Faucett Ross and Frank Csuri. Cervon, who at the time had recently relocated to Los Angeles, writes ... [more like this]
  • McGuire, Eddie. Collection of Eddie McGuire
    Manuscripts and Letters. Including an early carbon of the Phantom of the Card Table (bearing the penciled note from Busby: "Sent by McGuire to Faucett Ross Thence to Frank ... [more like this]
  • Grant, U.F. Archive of U.F. Grant Letters
    and Publications. Ten TLSs from Grant to Frank Csuri covering a variety of magic-related topics including business ("Éemploy seven men and have modern factoryÉwith latest ... [more like this]
  • Daley, Jacob. Jacob Daley's Notebooks. [Teaneck]:
    The Gutenberg Press, [1975]. First edition. Black cloth, spine gilt stamped. Introduction by Dai Vernon. 4to. Inscribed and signed by the compiler/transcriber, Frank Csuri, ... [more like this]
  • Fulves, Karl. Bob Hummer's Collected Secrets.
    Teaneck, 1980. Second edition. Typed note from Fulves to Frank (Csuri) pasted on the inside cover. Spiral-bound wrappers. Illustrated. 4to. Very good. ... [more like this]
  • Fitzkee, Dariel. Dai Vernon. The First California
    Lecture. Fitzkee, Dariel and Fred Braue. Dai Vernon. The First California Lecture. Oakland, 1978. Frank Csuri's copy, his name gilt-stamped on the buckram cover, being number ... [more like this]
  • Ganson, Lewis. Magic With Faucett Ross. Bideford:
    Supreme Magic, 1976. Cloth, spine stamped in gilt, with pictorial dust-jacket. Inscribed and signed on the ffep by Faucett Ross to Jeff Busby, and by Frank Csuri (to whom ... [more like this]
  • Jennings, Larry. Larry Jennings on Card &
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    Documents. Including the fake and instructions for Freer's Uno-Silk-Ova (silk to egg), The Compiled Magic of Doc Maxam (1954), 25 Rice Bowl Methods , a hand-colored flyer ... [more like this]
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    Christmas Cards, Many Signed. Bulk 1980s-90s. From Jeff Busby's files, a six-volume collection of cards, approximately 150 pieces total, most signed and with personal handwritten ... [more like this]
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