Playing cards manufactured around the world are very popular with collectors as they are very much part of the history of printing and lithography, and often depict historical events, social trends and advertising for the common products of the era. Find an international array of playing cards to choose from.
Watch video from Day 247 of the Eric Lecleric 365 Day Project (Sep 4, 2011). Filming happened to be in the middle of a great week at Sorcerers Safari Magic Camp so you'll see a few campers and staffers hanging around. Watch the video now.
03.05.15 The following useful information, appeared originally in an article by Margery Griffith, then curator of the United States Playing Card Co. Museum in Cincinnati, in their quarterly bulletin ‘CLEAR THE DECKS’ in April 1991.
03.04.15 Join Ben Train and Chris Mayhew on their quest to learn one of magic’s best kept secrets. Along the way, you’ll meet underground magicians, avoid sadistic card collectors, and laugh at the entire crazy misadventure- all while learning how to perform eight powerful routines.
Lee Asher develops original sleight of hand magic based on his lifetime experience as a magician. He looks at the art of magic from a real-world perspective and approaches it with skills very few possess. His site provides free tips, quality information about card magic, plus paid tutorials on his authentic material designed for rising magicians and hobbyists alike.
During the past decade, Lee has taught his style of magic to other magicians worldwide. Lee Asher's raw visual style of magic is easily recognized and universally acknowledged as among the best.Read More >>