Cut and Restored Rope
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Cut and Restored Rope is a common magic routine in which a piece of rope is apparently cut, then shown whole again.
Many other objects preceded using ropes including strings, shoe or shirt laces and tapes.
- To Cut a lace as under the misdt and to make it whole again in Hocus Pocus Junior (1634)
- XIII - Faire couper une corde par la moitié et en faisant semblant de la nouer, montrer après qu'elle est entière in Récréations mathématiques et physiques by Grandin (1723) (To cut a rope in half and pretending to tie it, show after it is restored).
- TARBELL'S ROPE MYSTERY, marketed effect (1926)
- The World's Cut and Restored Rope Tricks by Burling Hull (1927).