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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 89 October - November 1946.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19011)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London October - November 1946. 1946.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 90 December 1946.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19012)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London Xmas Edition December 1946. 1946.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 91 January 1947.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19013)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London January 1947. 1947.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 92 February 1947.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19014)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London February 1947. 1947.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 93 March 1947.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19015)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London March 1947. 1947.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 94 April 1947.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19016)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London April 1947. 1947.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼" 28 pp. Illustrated advertisements to end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. Staples starting to rust and in Very Good clean and bright condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 95 May 1947.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19017)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London May 1947. 1947.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 96 June 1947.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19018)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London June 1947. 1947.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 97 July 1947.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19019)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London July 1947. 1947.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 98 August 1947.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19020)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London August 1947. 1947.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 99 September 1947.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19021)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London September 1947. 1947.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 100 October 1947.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19022)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London October 1947. 1947.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 101 November 1947.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19023)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London November 1947. 1947.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 102 December 1947.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19024)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London December 1947. 1947.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼" 28 pp. Illustrated advertisements to end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. Staples rusty and in Very Good clean and bright condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 103 January 1948.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19025)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London January 1948. 1948.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼" 24 pp. Illustrated advertisements to end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. Staples starting to rust and in Very Good clean and bright condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 104 February 1948.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19026)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London February 1948. 1948.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼" 24 pp. Illustrated advertisements to end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. Staples starting to rust and in Very Good clean and bright condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 105 March 1948.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19027)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London March 1948. 1948.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼" 24 pp. Illustrated advertisements to end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. Staples rusty and in Very Good clean and bright condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 106 April 1948.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19028)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London April 1948. 1948.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼" 24 pp. Illustrated advertisements to end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. Staples starting to rust and in Very Good clean and bright condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 107 May 1948.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19029)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London May 1948. 1948.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼" 24 pp. Illustrated advertisements to end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. Staples starting to rust and in Very Good clean and bright condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 108 June 1948.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19030)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London June 1948. 1948.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼" 24 pp. Illustrated advertisements to end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. Staples rusty and in Very Good clean and bright condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 109 July 1948.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19031)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London July 1948. 1948.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼" 24 pp. Illustrated advertisements to end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. Staples rusty and in Very Good clean and bright condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 110 August 1948.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19032)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London August 1948. 1948.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼" 28 pp. Illustrated advertisements to end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. Staples rusty and in Very Good clean and bright condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 111 September 1948.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19033)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London September 1948. 1948.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼" 24 pp. Illustrated advertisements to end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. Staples rusty and in Very Good clean and bright condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 112 October 1948.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19034)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London October 1948. 1948.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 113 November 1948.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19035)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London November 1948. 1948.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 114 December 1948.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19036)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London December 1948. 1948.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 115 January 1949.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19037)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London January 1949. 1949.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼" 24 pp. Illustrated advertisements to end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. Staples rusty and in Very Good clean and bright condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 116 February 1949.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19038)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London February 1949. 1949.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼" 24 pp. Illustrated advertisements to end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. Staples starting to rust and in Very Good clean and bright condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 117 March 1949.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19039)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London March 1949. 1949.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼" 24 pp. Illustrated advertisements to end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. Staples rusty and in Very Good clean and bright condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 118 April 1949.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19040)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London April 1949. 1949.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼" 24 pp. Illustrated advertisements to end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. Staples rusty and in Very Good clean and bright condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 119 May 1949.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19041)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London May 1949. 1949.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼" 28 pp. Illustrated advertisements to end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. Staples rusty and in Very Good clean and bright condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 120 June 1949.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19042)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London June 1949. 1949.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼" 28 pp. Illustrated advertisements to end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. Staples rusty and in Very Good clean and bright condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 121 July 1949.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19043)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London July 1949. 1949.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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            The Demon Telegraph Magazine From Davenport's of London No. 122 August 1949.

John Nevil Maskelyne (22 December 1839 - 18 May 1917) was an English stage magician and inventor of the pay toilet, along with many other Victorian-era devices. Working with magicians George Alfred Cooke and David Devant, many of his illusions are still performed today. [Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co.,] Ira Erastus Davenport (September 17, 1839 - July 8, 1911) and William Henry Davenport (February 1, 1841 - July 1, 1877), known as the Davenport Brothers, were American magicians in the late 19th century, sons of a Buffalo, New York policeman. The brothers presented illusions that they and others claimed to be supernatural.

(Book #ID 19044)

Davenport's and Maskelynes at L. Davenport & Co., 25 New Oxford Street, London August 1949. 1949.

Publisher's original stapled two tone paper covers. 8vo 8½" x 5¼". Contains 28 pages with illustrated advertisements to the end papers. Articles supplied by various magicians of the day with monochrome diagrammatic illustrations and sketches. In Fine condition. Member of the P.B.F.A.

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