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The Origins of Wonder

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 ====== Deck Switch with Shell ====== ====== Deck Switch with Shell ======
  
-A bold deck switch using a [[cards:​deck_shell|Card Case Shell]] was published by Robert Parrish ​in his trick "Synchronism" in //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​38676/Do+That+Again/35|Do That Again!]]//, 1939, p. 35He uses a card case with a lid and places the lid on the wrong side of the case similar ​to an [[coin:​coin_boxes|Okito coin box]] to build an impromptu shellVirtually the same choreography as employed by Parrish ​was later reinvented ​by Dean Dill and used in his marketed trick "​Blizzard" ​(1997).+A bold deck switch using a [[cards:​deck_shell|Card Case Shell]] was published by Stanley Collins ​in his trick "The Flying Sum and Divining Cards" in Will Goldston'​s ​//​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​10691/The+magician+monthly/158|The Magician Monthly]]//, Vol. 9 No. 8, July 1913, p. 124The shell is openly transferred from one deck to another in an off-beat momentThis type of switch ​was much later popularized ​by Dean Dill, who used it in his marketed trick "​Blizzard"​, released in 1997.
  
 In 2012, Christian Engblom marketed "The Cooler",​ a clever mechanical card case shell manufactured to switch a deck. In 2012, Christian Engblom marketed "The Cooler",​ a clever mechanical card case shell manufactured to switch a deck.
  
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