Phil's Magic Market shows an array of classic and antique magic being sold by Phil Schwartz.
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Here's a very rare French litho featuring The Bel-Argay. It's a comedy act of wet clay and dance where a figure is sculpted while you watch! Mint and linen-backed, this one-sheet colorful poster would look great on your wall. Circa 1930.
This is a one-of-a-kind (Thayer) Owen Blue Phantom. It was presented to Jay Marshall by Carl Owen in the late 1940s. This is the large size, about 17 inches tall, with the telescopic metal sleeve. Mechanically and functionally perfect. Click photos to enlarge. A centerpiece for any magic collection!
January 5, 1915 typed letter on Brush letterhead and signed by Brush. Letter is written to famous New York magic dealer, Clyde Powers. Content includes mention of "Our friend Dunninger..." Click to enlarge.
A classic broadside lithograph of a performance by a magician of the Golden Age, Maurice Raymond - The Great Raymond. Near mint with a tiny corner bend, this poster is ready for backing or for simply framing for your magic display. It's in bright red and blue and black with the classic bust of Raymond with whispering imps on his shoulders.
A nice group of promotional pieces for the Jack Gwynne show. Collectible ephemera. He was one of America's best stage and club magicians own the twentieth century! These are examples of how he promoted himself.
Original Frederick Eugene Powell autographed photo
and color logo lithograph
A signed original photograph of Frederick Eugene Powell, Dean of American Magicians, mounted on acid-free board. Inscribed in his signature white ink: "Sincerely Yours, Frederick Eugene Powell, Dean of American Magicians." Includes a lithograph of Powell and Company logo that's nicely matted below the photograph. The entire piece is ready for framing. (Currently, it's wrapped in clear plastic to protect it, which is the glare and creasing you see in the photo.) Click photo to enlarge. Circa 1930. Mint. Truly beautiful.