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The Origins of Wonder

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 ====== Glass of Liquid Production ====== ====== Glass of Liquid Production ======
  
-Whaley credits Jardine Ellis with this effect, citing Eric Lewis having seen it performed in the 1920s. It appears in //Magic and Its Mysteries// by W. H. J. Shaw (1893) as "To Produce a Glass of Liquor ​From a Handkerchief"​. Shaw's method does not use a rubber cover or plug; rather, he employs a harness arrangement similar to that used in the Carlo Glass Production, c. 1940s. This, then, is the precursor to the now-standard Pollock-style dove production. Carlo used the technique for the production of a rather large glass, kept in the performer'​s back pocket. Shaw steals the glass from the back of a chair, but the harness set-up is essentially the same.+Whaley credits Jardine Ellis with this effect, citing Eric Lewis having seen it performed in the 1920s. It appears in //Magic and Its Mysteries// by W. H. J. Shaw (1893) as "To Produce a Glass of Liquor ​from a Handkerchief"​. Shaw's method does not use a rubber cover or plug; rather, he employs a harness arrangement similar to that used in the Carlo Glass Production, c. 1940s. This, then, is precursor to the now-standard Pollock-style dove production. Carlo used the technique for the production of a rather large glass, kept in the performer'​s back pocket. Shaw steals the glass from the back of a chair, but the harness set-up is essentially the same.
  
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