The magician shows a number of blank pieces of paper and they magically turn into banknotes. Pat never claimed that he invented the plot for this trick, but he did claim the invention of this particular method. The trick was sold with $20 stage bills and the purchaser can make up the trick with any banknotes of their choice. Supplied by Patrick Page Magic which is run by Pat’s daughter Janette Page and her husband Philip.
This audio cassette tape is from Audio Visual Learning Systems, 8 Herbal Hill, London EC1.
Growing up in the Davenport family, Gus was surrounded by magic performances and the manufacture and sale of magic. Fortunately, he embraced it. This short article describes Gus the man and the personality and skills that led him to particular styles of performing.
This framed label from a 1920s Davenport magic set was previously on the wall of Pat Page’s house. See letter of certification on the back of the picture frame.