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The Origins of Wonder

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 ======Rub-Away Coin Vanish====== ======Rub-Away Coin Vanish======
  
-This now well-known method of vanishing a coin while rubbing it in circles on the tabletop appears to be the invention of G. W. Hunter. It was published in //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​7389/​The+Magazine+of+Magic/​93|The Magazine of Magic]]//, Vol. 7 No. 4, Mar 1920, p. 82, as "The Whirligig Vanish for a Coin". While the sleight does not have Hunter'​s byline, this vanish appears directly after another entry that is identified as his, while the item following the coin vanish carries another author'​s name.+This now well-known method of vanishing a coin while rubbing it in circles on the tabletop appears to be the invention of G. W. Hunter. It was published in //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​7389/​The+Magazine+of+Magic/​93|The Magazine of Magic]]//, Vol. 7 No. 4, Mar1920, p. 82, as "The Whirligig Vanish for a Coin". While the sleight does not have Hunter'​s byline, this vanish appears directly after another entry that is identified as his, while the item following the coin vanish carries another author'​s name.
  
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