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More Paper Magic by Will Blyth
 
'More Paper Magic' by Will Blyth was published by C Arthur Pearson in London in 1923. It contains sections on Toys and Recreations, Decorative and Useful (Designs) and Conjuring (Tricks).

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Snap Goblin - The Snapdragon

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Doll's Table - The Table

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Battle Cruiser - The Steamship

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Clothing Outfit - The Jacket, the Trousers and the Pair of Boots

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Water Bomb

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Jumping Frog - The Blow-up Frog

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Snail

From a frog base

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Pine Cone

From a frog base

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Improved Soldier's Hat - The Kabuto

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Trough -The Sanbo on Legs

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Norseman's Helmet

Developed from the Sanbo on Legs

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Dart Projector - The Paper Dart and the Mitre) / Revolving Dart

The dart is made to revolve by folding A, B and C in the same direction.

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Simple Flap Purse

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Safety Square Flap Purse

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Lock Flap Purse (Cut)

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Easy Aeroplane Fold - The Cut and Fold Model Aeroplane

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Chrysalis Beads - Paper Beads

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Christmas Crackers

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Slap Bang

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Doorway Scoring Game

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Squeaker

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Multum Per Parvum (How to Climb Through A Playing Card)

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Picture Postcard Frame

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Paper Flowers

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Fairy Flower

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Paper Band

For securing bundles of papers

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Quick Binders

Method 1 - Fold A backwards

Method 2 - Unfold and insert separate strip

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Grocer's Cone

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Paper Spills

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Bishop's Mitre (Serviette Fold) - The Pipe Cap

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Tart's Cross (Serviette Fold) - The Cross

(A cross to hold a tart)

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College Cap (Serviette Fold)

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Horns of Plenty (Serviette Fold)

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Fan (Serviette Fold)

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Panniers (Serviette Fold) - The Salt Cellar

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Leaf (serviette Fold)

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Plain Chain (Paper Chain)

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Compound Chain

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Lattice Chain

No illustration but made by linking seeral Multum Per Parvums (see above) together.

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Paper Basket - The Paper Cage

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The Brownies' Tea Cloth - The Paper Doily

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Edge Dropping

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A Test of Endurance

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