A Magical TG
Samuel was a huge fan of classical magic, and so naturally he was the first to visit the Magician’s Emporium when it opened just down the street. What he saw there made him feel like he was in his personal utopia – everything from posters and boardwalk signs to magic sets and equipment filled the small square of a shop. Samuel quickly found himself staring down at the glass counter towards the back of the store. In large, colorful letters a sign taped on the inside read: “Authentic Magical Memorabilia.” Curious, Samuel approached the owner behind the counter – a balding man with a thick, curling mustache and sharp eyes.
“Excuse me, but what exactly is it about these that make them more “authentic” than the rest of the stuff in your shop?”
“Hm?” Asked the old man. “ Oh, these. Well you see, young man, these items belonged to some of the world’s most famous magicians. Some say that parts of