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-This type of vanish is frequently attributed to T. J. ­Crawford. However, in the first published description of Crawford’s handling of the sleight, in //[[http://askalexander.org/display/40408/The+art+of+magic/245|The Art of Magic]]// (1909, p. 243), authors ­Hilliard and Downs pronounced the sleight as neither “original, or even new”, and mentioned it " a  favorite  of  the  late  Harry  Stork,  and  [...]  a  spe­cialty  of  an  esteemed  correspondent,  Mr.  T.  J.  Crawford." An earlier example of this type of vanish is Claude ­Grivolas's "L'Empalmage" recorded in the July 1907 issue of //[[http://askalexander.org/display/14371/L+Illusionniste/605|I’Illusionniste]]// (Vol. 16No. 67, p. 296).+This type of vanish is frequently attributed to T. J. ­Crawford. However, in the first published description of Crawford’s handling of the sleight, in //[[http://askalexander.org/display/40408/The+art+of+magic/245|The Art of Magic]]//1909, p. 243, authors ­Hilliard and Downs pronounced the sleight as neither “original, or even new”, and mentioned it " a  favorite  of  the  late  Harry  Stork,  and  [...]  a  spe­cialty  of  an  esteemed  correspondent,  Mr.  T.  J.  Crawford." An earlier example of this type of vanish is Claude ­Grivolas's "L'Empalmage" recorded//[[http://askalexander.org/display/14371/L+Illusionniste/605|I’Illusionniste]]//Vol. 16 No. 67, July 1907, p. 296.
  
-Dai Vernon contributed his handling of the sleight to Hilliard’s //Greater Magic// (1938and championed it for many years in his lectures. See //Greater Magic//, [[http://askalexander.org/display/18536/The+Greater+Magic+Library/58|p. 666]] for Vernon’s handling, and [[http://askalexander.org/display/18536/The+Greater+Magic+Library/109|p. 717]] for Crawford’s. Both are repeated by J. B. Bobo in his //Modern Coin Magic//, pp. 29–32.David Roth furthered the Professor’s popularization of the move. See //David Roth’s Expert Coin Magic// by Richard Kaufman, 1985, p. 7.+Dai Vernon contributed his handling of the sleight to Hilliard’s //Greater Magic//1938and championed it for many years in his lectures. See //Greater Magic//, [[http://askalexander.org/display/18536/The+Greater+Magic+Library/58|p. 666]] for Vernon’s handling, and [[http://askalexander.org/display/18536/The+Greater+Magic+Library/109|p. 717]] for Crawford’s. Both are repeated by J. B. Bobo in his //Modern Coin Magic//, 1952, pp. 29–32. David Roth furthered the Professor’s popularization of the move. See //David Roth’s Expert Coin Magic// by Richard Kaufman, 1985, p. 7.
  
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