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On 2010-05-14 01:08, foolsnobody wrote:
Dr. Jaks had a nice method by I forget what it was. Was it a hollowed out book? And very interesting tasteful small props. I feel like I might have early dementia sometimes. I just remember reading about and admiring Dr. Jaks.


There was a book type close-up case made some years ago. It was like an un-abridged dictionary. I think Magic Methods had them made for the society. It could hold a set of cups and balls and several decks and all kinds of close-up magic tricks.
It was a real book binding and about 3" think.

I purchased one and found it very hard to carry around with no handle of any type and when presenting, it took a lot of room on a table. I thought it was a great idea until you actually started using it. Kind of a pain to deal with when moving from table to table.
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The book that was supposed to be like the Jaks book was not very close to it at all. There were a lot of interesting things about that book that they weren't able to copy. I have seen the real one. It is in the Klosterman collection.
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