Dove Pan

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Dove Pan, a smaller version of the Duck Pan, used to produce a small animal such as a dove.

Effect: A pan is show empty. A small piece of paper is placed in the pan and set on fire. A lid is place on the pan to extinguish the fire and when lifted a live dove is seen.

Otto Maurer was selling a version as the "Pigeon Pan" around 1888.

Publications

  • PIGEON OR DOVE PAN, Patter Chatter Vol 1 by B. L. Gilbert (1916)
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