Conjuring Credits

The Origins of Wonder

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-London magic dealer W. H. M. Crambrook was listing this comedy prop in his 1843 //​Crambrook'​s Catalogue of Magical Curiosities and Deceptions// ​(p. 11, item 1). It was also described in early Japanese books on conjuring, and may have originated in China.+London magic dealer W. H. M. Crambrook was listing this comedy prop in his //​Crambrook'​s Catalogue of Magical Curiosities and Deceptions//​, 1843, p. 11. It was also described in early Japanese books on conjuring, and may have originated in China.
  
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