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MagicVin
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I know the professors cups and Balls routine was published in "The Dai Vernon Book Of Magic" but I'm wondering if it was ever sold on its own with out the rest of the book or if that is the only place I can read it. I would love to be able to read it online if possible. Any help pointing me in the right direction would be awesome thanks!
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There is a booklet just on the Vernon routine. It won't (shouldn't) be online though. In truth the Vernon Book of Magic is worth having.
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Its out of print right? any idea where I could find the booklet on the routine?
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The original Stars of Magic was individual booklets.
Those instructions are for the Vernon/Malini routine with covered glasses.
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Frank Yuen am I understanding correctly is that a digital version of the book I can download? Do you know if the pictures are in it?
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On Dec 31, 2020, RiffRaff wrote:
The original Stars of Magic was individual booklets.
Those instructions are for the Vernon/Malini routine with covered glasses.


But there is also a small thin booklet on the standard Vernon cups & balls routine. It’s not part of the Stars of Magic series of booklets.
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On Dec 31, 2020, RiffRaff wrote:
The original Stars of Magic was individual booklets.
Those instructions are for the Vernon/Malini routine with covered glasses.


But there is also a small thin booklet on the standard Vernon cups & balls routine. It’s not part of the Stars of Magic series of booklets.


I think that you're referring to the booklet that TomG referenced earlier. I was adding Stars of Magic to the list.
Sorry about the confusion.
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On Dec 31, 2020, MagicVin wrote:
Frank Yuen am I understanding correctly is that a digital version of the book I can download? Do you know if the pictures are in it?



This is Lybrary.com's digitalized version of The Dai Vernon Book of Magic. Yes, there should be pictures.
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I think the booklet is out of print, but pops up on used lists and even on the Café.
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Supreme Magic published separate booklets on both the Vernon Cups and Balls and also on the Vernon Linking Ring Routine (this latter was not in the Vernon Book of Magic), they both turn up regularly for sale on ebay etc.
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