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Hedgehog25
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I have purchased several magic kits/bundles in the past that included neat tricks that definitely provided me with practice that would be valuable to any beginner/hobbyist magician, but almost all of them included more "basic" tricks that are geared toward more of a children's demographic. Are there any magic kits/bundles for sale out there that are a little more advanced and original?
robvh
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You might do a search for "executive magic sets".
Julie
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I suggest you contact William's Magic in Tucson, AZ. They offer Adult Magic Sets with excellent instructions.

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You might also consider a few of the well rounded books out there like Harry Lorayne's Magic Book. You'll get plenty to work with that don't require special props.
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