48 entries in Glass / Mirror Glass
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
Ein neuer Tintenpokal No. 8, ink in glass transforms into clear water, mirror glass with one side of mirror painted black, with spoon convincer
1900 128
Joseph Michael Hartz The Glass with Mirror Partition appearing candy, silk transformation, removing partition, methods for turning glass around, as servante
  • Different Forms of the Glass
  • Illustrations of its Uses
1903 42
Professor Hoffmann Handkerchiefs to Glass two handkerchiefs travel into glass that spectator holds, ends clean
1903 47
Joseph Michael Hartz Shower of Gold Addition
Inspired by 1903 47
Joseph Michael Hartz Fish and Ink Trick
1903 48
Oswald Rae "Gentleman, You May Smoke" lose tobacco and cigarette papers are put in a glass and transform into rolled cigarettes, glass is held by spectator and covered with a handkerchief
1928 26
Theodore Annemann The Handkerchief that Flew two tube-covered glasses, silk travels from one to the other, mirror glass
1935
The Jinx (Issue Summer Extra 1935)
46
Mirror Glass and Flash Paper Variation
1937 38
Eddie Joseph Seeing with the Imagination two glasses placed inside two borrowed hats, milk is poured inside one glass and travels to other glass
1940 ca. 9
Eddie Joseph Liquid Milk milk travels from glass to other glass in hat
1940 ca. 15
Arthur Monroe Hypocritical Memory deck switch in mirror glass
Dec. 1941
The Jinx (Issue 151)
884
William S. Houghton 20th Century Silks Routine "simplest and best of any"
1943 32
Eugene Gloye "New Type" Mirror Glass quarter of glass compartment
1955
Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1955)
28
Don Tanner "It's Done With Mirrors!" No. 33, spring flower bouquet production from mirror glass
1958 ca. 10
Celeste Luwen, Len Carrion The Four Famous Jewels of Pepper cards on stand, Aces vanish and appear in card case, with card stand, mirror glass and rhymed patter
1959
Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1959)
50
Ernesto "Ernest" Pracchia Pañuelo - Huevo - Pañuelo silt to egg, real egg then transforms back to silk
1967 41
Pete Biro Comedy Production for Magicians mirror glass gag with comb, for magicians
1970
Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1969-70)
55
Pavel The Ribbon Transposition chosen ribbon vanishes from a glass and appears attached on other ribbon in second glass
1970 ca. 17
Marvyn Roy Pieces of Eight coins vanish, turn into silks in a bowl and more coins are produced from silks
1971
Magick (Issue 19)
92
North Bigbee Bigbee's Simplified Sympathetic Cards
1972
Magick (Issue 46)
229
Jochen Zmeck, Tom Sellers 2. Tüte und Glas paper cone placed in glass, things put it vanish
1974 25
Mirror Glasses and Vases different designs
1976 141
, Floyd G. Thayer Mirror Glass Turntable apparatus to turn the glass
1976 144
Flash Handkerchief Vanish mirror glass and sort of pull
1976 153
Punx Das Märchen von Elfchens Zaubertüchlein presentation for Ottokar Fischer's Klein-Elfchen, silk vanishes and appears back in glass, small figure of a kind appears under tube
1977 19
Tan Hock Chuan Percolation Extraordinary Three tied silks placed in tumbler, middle silk melts through bottom
1977 19
Jochen Zmeck Blumen aus dem Glase spring flowers appear in glass
1978 10
Ken De Courcy Glass Aces Deck placed in glass, Aces rise out of deck, uses mirror glass
1983 21
Father Cyprian Mirror Aces
  • Card Vanish From a Glass
card or packet of cards vanishes from wine glass and is found reversed in deck or something else
  • I
  • II (using gaffed card with mirror surface)
  • III (card travels into another glass)
  • IV To change for Aces into a selected card
Inspired by 1989 31
Steve Dusheck Experiment No. 1 something appears in empty clear plastic tube, mirror glass principle
1991 44
Jim Steinmeyer Black Confetti black confetti poured in glass and covered with black silk, white confetti in another glass changes into black and black confetti changed to white under silk
Also published here 1991 112
Steve Dusheck My Rising Cards first blank card, then card with pretty girl, then selection rises
1992 1
Bert Douglas The Magic Chocolates mirror glass
1993 246
Robert Parrish The Age of Illusion card appears on silk, mirror glass with cover tube
Also published here 1995 37
A. H. Wortman Reversing the Mirror Glass originally from The Magic Wand, June 1921, p. 62
Also published here 1995 39
Robert Parrish The Age of Illusion card appears on silk, mirror glass with cover tube
Also published here Jan. 1995
Magic (Vol. 4 No. 5)
57
A. H. Wortman Reversing the Mirror Glass originally from The Magic Wand, June 1921, p. 62
Also published here Jan. 1995
Magic (Vol. 4 No. 5)
58
Jack Bridwell Tuch auf Zauberstab wand placed on transparent glass, silk vanishes and appears knotted on wand
1997
Intermagic (Vol. 21 No. 4 & 5)
151
Ellis Stanyon Producing a Pack of Cards from an Empty Glass No. 49, mirror glass or a card with tinfoil back
1999 185
Kartenspiel-Austausch deck switch with mirror glass
1999
Intermagic (Vol. 23 No. 2)
66
Fred DeMuth Kling-Klang - Tenth Method: Eggo
Also published here Mar. 2002
Genii (Vol. 65 No. 3)
66
The Mirror Glass
2002 32
Fred DeMuth Kling-klang - Tenth Method: Eggo
Also published here 2002 142
J. V. Gilfillan A Reflective Journey glass of confetti covered with handkerchief, egg changes into shower of confetti, egg now in glass
Also published here
  • "The Wandering Egg" (The Linking Ring, Vol. 8 No. 3, May 1928, p. 205)
2002 158
Alfred "Berlany" Hoffmann The Mirror Glass Switch
Related to
  • MAGIE (June 1932)
2013 134
Jim Steinmeyer The Vicissitude of Black Confetti black confetti poured in glass and covered with black silk, white confetti in another glass changes into black and black confetti changed to white under silk
Also published here 2014 2
Jim Steinmeyer The Zancig Paradox: Variation three spectators think a card each from a third of the deck which is put in a glass, performer locates them while deck is in glass, force by asking for a certain type of thought-of card (red number card, picture card, ...)
Inspired by 2022 20
James Mollenkamp Cards to Pocket for Standup ten cards to pocket, with glass, using one palm, card with mirror back
July 2023
The Hermit (Vol. 2 No. 7)
912