De Kolta Chair

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[[De Kolta Chair]] or Vanishing Lady illusion was created by [[Buatier De Kolta]] around 1886.
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[[De Kolta Chair]] or Vanishing Lady illusion was created by [[Buatier De Kolta]] and presented for the first time in march [[1886]].
  
 
A woman seated in a chair is covered by a large cloth would appear to vanish in an instant as the cloth was whisked away AND vanishes too.
 
A woman seated in a chair is covered by a large cloth would appear to vanish in an instant as the cloth was whisked away AND vanishes too.
  
 
It was described by [[Hoffmann]] in [[More Magic]] (1890).
 
It was described by [[Hoffmann]] in [[More Magic]] (1890).
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==References==
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*[[Buatier de Kolta: Genius of Illusion]] By [[Peter Warlock]] (1993)
  
 
[[Category:Illusions]]
 
[[Category:Illusions]]

Latest revision as of 02:21, 3 May 2011

De Kolta Chair or Vanishing Lady illusion was created by Buatier De Kolta and presented for the first time in march 1886.

A woman seated in a chair is covered by a large cloth would appear to vanish in an instant as the cloth was whisked away AND vanishes too.

It was described by Hoffmann in More Magic (1890).

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