Bercelini

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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.


References

  1. History of Conjuring and Magic by Henry Ridgely Evans (1928)
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