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Shikanominarazu
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Does anyone know if Goshman ever published his work on the Matchbox trick (I believe properly "matchless matchboxes")? I know it's a common item but I read over on Magicana that Goshman had his own touches on it and was curious.
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It's not in his book Magic by Gosh.
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No it was not published by Goshman. He only published 3 manuscripts and his book, during his life to my knowledge. One was his folded care to coin purse, I can't recall the other two. I have them packed away.

seems you found a Magicians article with an opinion, I hate it when someone makes a comment and does not elaborate what they are talking about.

Goshman sometimes when performing for non-magician audiences, would throw something in. He only ever did his standard act for magicians.

Goshman was the very best close-up magician that ever lived. I had the honor of seeing him live 4 times. He blue me away every time.

Those wide bottom salt and pepper shakers he said he found in a store in New York.
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On Jul 29, 2021, Bill Hegbli wrote:
No it was not published by Goshman. He only published 3 manuscripts and his book, during his life to my knowledge. One was his folded care to coin purse, I can't recall the other two. I have them packed away.

seems you found a Magicians article with an opinion, I hate it when someone makes a comment and does not elaborate what they are talking about.

Goshman sometimes when performing for non-magician audiences, would throw something in. He only ever did his standard act for magicians.

Goshman was the very best close-up magician that ever lived. I had the honor of seeing him live 4 times. He blue me away every time.

Those wide bottom salt and pepper shakers he said he found in a store in New York.

That's a shame. It's fun to watch him do it.
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