Bercelini

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Bercelini has invented a number of tricks and illusions, among them being the "Hovering Vase."  
 
Bercelini has invented a number of tricks and illusions, among them being the "Hovering Vase."  
  
Together with his wife, he presented a [[Second Sight]] act. His two children, Leonie and Mary, were also billed as "thought readers." <ref> History of Conjuring and Magic by [[Henry Ridgely Evans]] (1928)</ref>
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Together with his wife, he presented a [[Second Sight]] act. His two children, Leonie and Mary, were also billed as "thought readers." <ref> [[The History of Conjuring and Magic]] by [[Henry Ridgely Evans]] (1928)</ref>
  
 
There was also an [[IBM]] member #1485 Johannes Corneli van Berkel, (The Great Bercelini) from Holland listed in the the Linking Ring Vol. 06 (May 1927) issue.  
 
There was also an [[IBM]] member #1485 Johannes Corneli van Berkel, (The Great Bercelini) from Holland listed in the the Linking Ring Vol. 06 (May 1927) issue.  

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Bercelini (April 2, 1892 - ? ), born H. van Berkel in Holland, made his debut as a conjurer in 1908 and during the World War he gave 600 performances in the camps of the Dutch army.

Bercelini has invented a number of tricks and illusions, among them being the "Hovering Vase."

Together with his wife, he presented a Second Sight act. His two children, Leonie and Mary, were also billed as "thought readers." [1]

There was also an IBM member #1485 Johannes Corneli van Berkel, (The Great Bercelini) from Holland listed in the the Linking Ring Vol. 06 (May 1927) issue.

His son, Nic Niberco, was also a magician. [2]


References

  1. The History of Conjuring and Magic by Henry Ridgely Evans (1928)
  2. Linking Ring Vol 47, No. 5 (May 1967) page 23.
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