Miller & Vernon Cheating Houdini Greeting Card - Trick

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  • Manufactured by: Meir Yedid Magic

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This beautiful greeting card with envelope features Charlie Miller and Dai Vernon cheating Houdini in a game of cards. Charlie Miller (1909-1989) and Dai Vernon (1894-1992) were the most influential close-up magicians of the 20th century. Houdini (1874-1926) is the best known magician in the history of magic. Inspired by the 1890s Knaffl & Bro. photograph "The Skin Game" and the 1940s Irving Sinclaire painting "The Poker Game." Released with permission from the Dai Vernon and Charlie Miller estates.

Each card and envelope is packed in an individual plastic bag to insure the protection of the card.

Important notice: These cards are professionally printed and barcoded greeting/invitation cards.



This product was added to our catalog on Monday 28 December, 2009.

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