Illustrated by Richard Kaufman
Hardbound with Dust Jacket • 8.5"x11" • 1986
Sankey Panky was Jay Sankey's first book on magic containing close up magic with cards, coins, and even balloons.
Sankey Panky contains the kind of close-up magic that'll knock your socks off. It's ingenious, it's startling, it's innovative and it's all the creation of Jay Sankey. Written and illustrated with pictures that seem to move in the style for which he is world famous, Richard Kaufman once again brings you the very best close-up magic created. Just how clever is Jay Sankey you ask?
- you could magically toss a deck of cards inside a balloon and pluck the signed selection from within
- you could devilishly cause the date on borrowed, signed quarter to jump back thirty years-ten years at a time!
- you could visually cause four widely separated coins to skittle across the table in full view as if possessed and and assemble without cover of any kind!
- you could absolutely devastate an audience with the 37 effects and routines in this book. Wouldn't you buy it in a second!