Conjuring Credits

The Origins of Wonder

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cards:double-backed_card [2013/04/14 09:35]
tylerwilson
cards:double-backed_card [2017/06/28 16:57]
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-The first description occurs in R.P's //Ein Spiel Karten// (1853, translated by DrLori Pieper in 2005), in a trick with the translated title of “The Nameless Card.” It is a gag, rather than a magic trick. However, Hofzinser was known to use this gaffed card for magical uses in the mid-1800s. See Domination of Thought in //Hofzinser’s Card Conjuring// (1910, English translation 1931).+The use of a double-backed card appeared in R.P's //Ein Spiel Karten//1853, p68 of the Pieper translation. It was used as a gag, rather than a magic trick. However, Johann Hofzinser was known to use this gaffed card for magical uses in the mid-1800s (see Domination of Thought: Second Method in Ottokar Fischer'//Kartenkünste //1910, p. 85 of the Sharpe translation).
  
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