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-In the 1980s Toyozane Sanada marketed the "Sanada Gimmick", a flesh-colored shell that goes over the inside of the middle and ring fingers. Small, compressible objects, such as a sponge ball or silk, can be hidden behind this. Much the same idea can be found in "New Appearing Handkerchief" in //Magic and Its Mysteries// by W. H. J. Shaw (1893); the Shaw feke covers only one finger. Note that this predates the false-palm gaff described by Charles Bertram in 1896, later dubbed "The Palm Shield" by Ellis Stanyon in 1904.+In the 1980s Toyozane Sanada marketed the "Sanada Gimmick", a flesh-colored shell that goes over the inside of the middle and ring fingers. Small, compressible objects, such as a sponge ball or silk, can be hidden behind this. Much the same idea can be found in "New Appearing Handkerchief" in //Magic and Its Mysteries// by W. H. J. Shaw (1893); the Shaw feke covers only one finger. Note that this predates the false-palm gaff described by Charles Bertram in 1896, later dubbed "The Finger Shell" by Ellis Stanyon in 1901 and then "The Palm Shield" in 1904. 
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 +  * [[https://www.conjuringarchive.com/list/category/2340|Category in Denis Behr's "Conjuring Archive"]]
  
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