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The Origins of Wonder

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-In the August 1966 //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​12843/​Pallbearers+Review+Vol+1+2/​51|Pallbearers Review]]//, p. 49, Sid Lorraine describes "​Snap!",​ a gaffless cut-and-restored bit using scissors, a folded card and a rubber band. He explains that the trick was marketed by Max Holden, and although a year is not provided the sense is that it was in the 1930s. The same idea can be found in Tom Sellers'​s "A Trick for the Pocket"​ in Bagshawe'​s //Magical Monthly//, September 1926. Instead of card and rubber band, Sellers uses a piece of sewing thread running through a cigarette.+In the August 1966 //​[[http://​askalexander.org/​display/​12843/​Pallbearers+Review+Vol+1+2/​51|Pallbearers Review]]//, Vol. 1 No. 10, p. 49, Sid Lorraine describes "​Snap!",​ a gaffless cut-and-restored bit using scissors, a folded card and a rubber band. He explains that the trick was marketed by Max Holden, and although a year is not providedthe sense is that it was in the 1930s. The same idea can be found in Tom Sellers'​s "A Trick for the Pocket"​ in Bagshawe'​s //Magical Monthly//, September 1926. Instead of card and rubber band, Sellers uses a piece of sewing thread running through a cigarette.
  
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