Herb Zarrow Commemorative FFFF Postcard
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Herb Zarrow (1925-2008) is best known for inventing the Zarrow Shuffle which has been called one of the most important card techniques of the twentieth century. On April 25-28, 2001 he was the Guest of Honor at the annual F.F.F.F. (Fechter's Finger Flicking Frolic) Convention, which is the original close-up magic convention and the one which boasts the leading close-up magicians in the world as attendees. To commemorate the event a special, limited edition, postcard was given to the attendees as souvenirs.
While supplies last you too can have one of these postcards. The cards measure 6 x 4.25 inches, with a full color image on the front and a black & white inscription on the back. They are made according to USPS postcard specifications. Designed by Akemi Yoshida.
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