17.25x25" poster for 1920's magic show that starred The Great Chang, a magician who frequently shared the bill w/other Asian illusionists; Fak-Hong in this instance. Poster was printed in Valencia, Spain. In spite of the sound of his appellation, Chang was actually the stage name of Juan Pablo Jesorum (1889-1972), a native of Panama who learned magic as an assistant/interpreter for The Great Raymond. Jesorum began his solo career in 1913 as "The Great Pablo," then later as "Li-Ho Chang" and still later simply as "Chang." Though he toured all over the world w/his magic show, it was in South America where he found his greatest success, best known for his presentation of "Shooting A Bullet Through A Woman," an illusion also performed by Carter the Great.
Poster mounted on light cardboard. Has aged color border
BN - Brand New in Packaging LN - Like New (no packaging)
VF - Very Fine (slight use or blemish) FN - (some use/wear/still nice)
VG - Very Good (shows wear/use) G - (lots of use/wear)
Explanation of Terms
Vintage - (collectible/early harder to find) Rare - (very hard to find)
NLM - (no longer made or available)