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3220 Dufferin Street, Unit #19
Toronto, Ont. M6A 2T3
1-888-469-3616
416-783-7022
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Store Hours

Monday
CLOSED
Tuesday - Friday:
10:00 am - 7:00 pm EST
Saturday:
10:00 am - 6:00 pm EST
Sunday:
12:00 pm - 5:00 pm EST

 

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The Toronto Star covered our Browser's Den Magic Bash.

Please click on the link to read the article:


https://tinyurl.com/browsersbash2017

 


 

On the first Saturday of each month here at 'Browser's Den' we have a Magic Club that meets from 2:30pm until 5:00pm. Whether you have been interested in magic for two months or twenty years all are invited to attend.

At the club magicians and hobbyists sit around our 'magic' table and talk magic and show each other tricks. Plus cookies and snacks are provided.

Hope to see you at the next one!  Yours very truly - Jeff Pinsky, Jeff Hinchliffe, Lisa Close & John Cardella.


 

Come and browse through our book selection.  Both our in-store selection, and our online selection, will keep you reading and learning for hours!

As a tribute to our founder, Len Cooper, our new store features an area with a magic table for magicians to share ideas and techniques.  Our Magic Club meetings are also held at Len’s Den.

len3LEN COOPER - He was 75 years old

He held I.B.M # 3218312 and was a member and past President of the Sid Lorraine Ring #17 in Toronto. He was also a magic dealer and founder of the Browser’s Den of Magic. 

Let me tell you about the friend who I now very badly miss….

Len was born in Brooklyn, New York on January 2, 1928. He was first exposed to the world of magic at the 1939 New York World’s Fair. Len witnessed a pitchman demonstrating the Svengali deck. He found the pitch fascinating but at this time did not get the magic bug.

Two years later when Len was 13, he and a friend joined a magic club at the library and this time Len was infected with the magic virus. In the early 1940’s Len got to meet other magicians and make some lifetime friendships by joining a magic group called F.A.M.E. This was run by famed puppeteer Shari Lewis’ father Abe ‘Doc’ Hurwitz; better known as Peter Pan the Magic Man.