Marvin's Magic

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Marvin's Magic
Industry Entertainment
Founded 1987
Founder Marvin Berglas
Peter Marc Berglas
Amos Weinfeld
Headquarters London[1], England
Number of locations
Worldwide, Caesars Palace, Paradise, Nevada, USA
Hamleys, London, UK
Harrods, London, UK
FAO Schwarz, New York, USA
Key people
Carolyn Snell
Peter Marc Berglas[2]
Products Magic Products
Revenue £10 Million (2008)[3]
Website Marvin's Magic

Marvin's Magic is a producer and dealer of magic products in the United Kingdom. It was founded in 1987 by Marvin Berglas, son of David Berglas, and is the world's largest magic company.[4]

The company has had in-store shops at Hamleys and Harrods in London as well as FAO Schwarz in New York City and Caesars Palace on the Las Vegas Strip.[5] It also supports a team of professional magicians who have gone on tour throughout the UK.[6]

Magic sets and products produced exclusively by Mavin's Magic include The Energised Coin and The Great British Coin Trick created by Bob Swadling, Freaky Body Illusions and Freaky Eyeball Illusions created with American illusionist Kevin James and English magician Justin M. Monehen.[7]


  1. ^ "Companies House Records for Marvin's Magic". 
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  3. ^ Bridge, Rachel (2008-02-03). "TV did the trick for magic firm Marvin's Magic". The Time Literary Supplement. 
  4. ^ Esther Walker. "Marvin Berglas & Karen Millen". The Independent. October 28, 2007.
  5. ^ "Gunners' Mr Magic plays his cards right". News of the World. September 26, 1999.
  6. ^ "Magic in store for city youngsters". Evening Mail. November 25, 2000.
  7. ^ Product instructions and company catalogues. 1999–2005.

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