Razor Blade Trick

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[[Razor Blade Trick]] is a version of the [[Needle Trick]] that uses double-edged safety-razor blades.
 
[[Razor Blade Trick]] is a version of the [[Needle Trick]] that uses double-edged safety-razor blades.
  
Invented and performed by [[William A. Buerger]] and put on the market in 1930. See ad in The Sphinx, August 1930.
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Invented and performed by [[William A. Buerger]] and put on the market in 1930. See ad in The Sphinx, August [[1930]].
  
 
Well known magicians known to have performed this feat are:
 
Well known magicians known to have performed this feat are:

Revision as of 12:54, 8 September 2011

Razor Blade Trick is a version of the Needle Trick that uses double-edged safety-razor blades.

Invented and performed by William A. Buerger and put on the market in 1930. See ad in The Sphinx, August 1930.

Well known magicians known to have performed this feat are:

  • Levant
  • Dariel Fitzkee
  • John Booth
  • George Goebel
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