Flexible Glass - Abbott
Invented by Oswald Rae. Brought to America by Stuart Robson by arrangement with Max Andrews of London, England. A mirror is inserted into a wooden frame, measuring 10" x 14". This frame is now wrapped in paper, newspaper or placed into a large mailing envelope. Wands, pencils, knitting needles, etc., are now pushed through the paper (and the mirror). To show how it was possible to do this the magician explains that the mirror is flexible. He then proceeds to bend the mirror back and forth along its length! When the paper is removed, the mirror is seen to be unharmed and may even be passed out for examination by the audience. A shocker ... and it?s all done with mirrors!
This comes with a wooden rod for the penetration & the Original Instructions
CONDITION: VF (mirror has a few small scratches)
BN - Brand New in Packaging LN - Like New (no packaging)
VF - Very Fine (slight use or blemish) FN - (some use/wear)
VG - Very Good (shows wear/use) G - (lots of use/wear)