David Leendert Bamberg

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[[David Leendert Bamberg]] {{PersonInfo||1786||1869}}, born in Holland, was the second generation magician in the [[Bamberg]] family.   
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[[David Leendert Bamberg]] (1786 - 1869) was a second generation magician in the [[Bamberg]] family.   
  
 
David began his career as assistant to his father, Eliaser, before continuing on to success on his own. He was most known for his [[Egg Bag]] routine that ended with the production of a live chicken.  
 
David began his career as assistant to his father, Eliaser, before continuing on to success on his own. He was most known for his [[Egg Bag]] routine that ended with the production of a live chicken.  
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According to [[Houdini]] in his book [[The Unmasking of Robert-Houdin]] (1908), David inherited from his father the vaulting figure [[Automata]] made by Opre.
 
According to [[Houdini]] in his book [[The Unmasking of Robert-Houdin]] (1908), David inherited from his father the vaulting figure [[Automata]] made by Opre.
  
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Revision as of 20:06, 25 April 2010

David Leendert Bamberg
Born1786
Holland
Died1869
David Leendert Bamberg (1786 - 1869) was a second generation magician in the Bamberg family.

David began his career as assistant to his father, Eliaser, before continuing on to success on his own. He was most known for his Egg Bag routine that ended with the production of a live chicken.

According to Houdini in his book The Unmasking of Robert-Houdin (1908), David inherited from his father the vaulting figure Automata made by Opre.

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