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Lot 202: Raymond, Maurice (Morris Raymond Saunders). Silk Pedestal. New York: Edward Beadle, ca. 1908. Nickel plated stand on an elaborate vase supports a clear glass. A silk handkerchief appears in the tumbler at the performerÍs command. 15 _î high. Glass

The Magic Collection of David Baldwin

by Potter & Potter Auctions Inc.

29 October 2016

Chicago, IL, USA

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  • Raymond, Maurice (Morris Raymond Saunders). Silk Pedestal. New York: Edward Beadle, ca. 1908. Nickel plated stand on an elaborate vase supports a clear glass. A silk handkerchief appears in the tumbler at the performerÍs command. 15 _î high. Glass
  • Raymond, Maurice (Morris Raymond Saunders). Silk Pedestal. New York: Edward Beadle, ca. 1908. Nickel plated stand on an elaborate vase supports a clear glass. A silk handkerchief appears in the tumbler at the performerÍs command. 15 _î high. Glass
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Description: Raymond, Maurice (Morris Raymond Saunders). Silk Pedestal. New York: Edward Beadle, ca. 1908. Nickel plated stand on an elaborate vase supports a clear glass. A silk handkerchief appears in the tumbler at the performerÍs command. 15 _î high. Glass included. A fine example of this classic prop. Hallmarked. From the collection of The Great Raymond. Beadle is a little-known builder of magic apparatus who counted the greatest magicians of the era among his clients, including the Herrmanns, T. Nelson Downs, and Harry Kellar. While he never operated a magic shop or issued a catalog, he did produce fine bench-made props for discriminating customers. As a result of his limited output of high quality apparatus, props of his making are rarely seen today. The plunger incorporated into the pedestal is capped with a 1906 English farthing.

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