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davidj40
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Does anyone know where this item might be purchased? I have looked a number of places and have not been able to locate one. Thanks.
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These are mostly sold by Meir Yedid at his site: http://www.mymagic.com/anderson.htm

Says sold out but he usually seems to get more in stock from Harry eventually.
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Harry Anderson lectured for Penguin Magic over a year ago. It is still available as a download. In the lecture Harry gives his e mail which you can send a request a list for the items he has for sale or anyother questions.
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On 2014-01-05 14:35, davidj40 wrote:
Does anyone know where this item might be purchased? I have looked a number of places and have not been able to locate one. Thanks.


You can get it from Harry[ harrythehat@mac.com
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Sad to say I assume there will be no more of these made. Anyone know where I can get the pattern? Thank you
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Maybe someone can keep us posted if a source appears. Thank you.
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The Wizards' Journal #25 - "Missing Card Puzzle" has, as a bonus, plans and pattern for making "Where's George?", which is "Where's Tom?" only with one dollar bills instead of two dollar bills. "Missing Piece" puzzles have a long history that predate's Harry Anderson's version. I hope that helps. https://www.magicnook.com/WizJ25/wizj25-......zzle.htm
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Thank you, I have downloaded it. Great offerings on your site!
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It's an oldie but goodie.
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Does anyone know where this, or a template for this can be found? I tried the magic nook to get the "Where's George" version but they didn't believe I am an actual magician and I failed the verification test. I got the Harry Anderson Penguin Live video, and he demonstrated and explains it here, but he just flashes the bill and doesn't really explain how to actually make it other than to say he fiddled with the square version from the Martin Gardner book in photoshop. I am aware of Business Card Paradox with the large card, but that doesn't really translate the same to a bill.
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Yes, the Magic Nook seems to be just an unfortunate joke.
I have decided that they are not magicians, and I will not allow them to sell me their stuff.
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The Magic Nook doesn't have much that is unique or can't be found elsewhere; it was just a convenient place to get ideas for DIY projects or learn about long-forgotten routines that Jim and Spellbinder had curated. Both Jim and Spellbinder have strong opinions, but the Magic Nook's mission has always seemed to be to help other magicians. Unfortunately, due to covid the Magic Nook appears to have fallen into the hands of Yusif Tremil, who doesn't seem to fully understand the ideals and principles of Spellbinder or Jim Gerrish, and is instead attempting to impose his own paranoid vision.
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Curious if anyone found a book or any other source that explains the construction?
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