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The Origins of Wonder

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 Wrapping the deck in a rubber band was introduced for practicality reasons by John Nelson in //The Sphinx//, Vol. 9 No. 12, Feb. 1911, p. 259. Before this time, conjurors would throw a loose deck at the ceiling, letting fifty-one cards shower down upon the audience. Wrapping the deck in a rubber band was introduced for practicality reasons by John Nelson in //The Sphinx//, Vol. 9 No. 12, Feb. 1911, p. 259. Before this time, conjurors would throw a loose deck at the ceiling, letting fifty-one cards shower down upon the audience.
  
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