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 In his book, Cornelius mentions an even earlier handling based on the same idea. This was described by T(erje) Nordnes of Norway in //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​20180/​Magie%20Vol%2021/​21|Magie]]//,​ Vol. 21 No. 1, Jan. 1938, p. 23. However, Nordnes publicly gave credit for the vanish to his friend Arthur Sanders, also from Norway. The vanish was published again, in the Norwegian journal //​[[https://​www.conjuringcredits.com/​lib/​tpl/​credits/​files/​1947-magiens-verden.pdf|Magiens Verden]]//, Vol. 2 No. 14 (misnumbered as No. 12), Dec. 1947, p. 7, where it is titled "​Sanders Mynt-Trick"​ (Sanders'​s Coin Trick). In his book, Cornelius mentions an even earlier handling based on the same idea. This was described by T(erje) Nordnes of Norway in //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​20180/​Magie%20Vol%2021/​21|Magie]]//,​ Vol. 21 No. 1, Jan. 1938, p. 23. However, Nordnes publicly gave credit for the vanish to his friend Arthur Sanders, also from Norway. The vanish was published again, in the Norwegian journal //​[[https://​www.conjuringcredits.com/​lib/​tpl/​credits/​files/​1947-magiens-verden.pdf|Magiens Verden]]//, Vol. 2 No. 14 (misnumbered as No. 12), Dec. 1947, p. 7, where it is titled "​Sanders Mynt-Trick"​ (Sanders'​s Coin Trick).
  
-In //​[[https://​askalexander.org/​display/​70027/​MAGIC+magazine/​36|MAGIC]]//,​ Vol. 23 No. 11, July 2014, p. 36, it is stated that Nordnes was taught this coin vanish by Swedish magician Zandor, who invented it in the 1920s. ​This repeats ​misinformation published in Norwegian magic book in 2000, where Sanders's name is misspelled ​Zandor, and his nationality and year of birth are misstated. It is also reported that Nordnes published the vanish in a German journal, //Der Zauberkunstler//,​ in the early 1930s. (Cornelius and Pierce mention 1933 as the year of Nordnes'​s invention or publication of the trick.) This citation seems to be an error, as no such journal is known to have been published in Germany during that time. The January 1938 issue of the German magazine //Magie// cited above is what was probably being remembered. In any event, credit for this coin vanish using a thread goes to Arthur Sanders.+In //​[[https://​askalexander.org/​display/​70027/​MAGIC+magazine/​36|MAGIC]]//,​ Vol. 23 No. 11, July 2014, p. 36, it is stated that Nordnes was taught this coin vanish by Swedish magician Zandor, who invented it in the 1920s. ​The name is incorrect and probably comes from misinformation published in the Norwegian magic book //Mystikk som underholdning//, ​2000, p. 36, where Sanders is misspelled ​Sandor(s). It is also reported that Nordnes published the vanish in a German journal, //Der Zauberkunstler//,​ in the early 1930s. (Cornelius and Pierce mention 1933 as the year of Nordnes'​s invention or publication of the trick.) This citation seems to be an error, as no such journal is known to have been published in Germany during that time. The January 1938 issue of the German magazine //Magie// cited above is what was probably being remembered. In any event, credit for this coin vanish using a thread goes to Arthur Sanders.
  
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