18 entries in Liquid / Hydrostatic Glass
  
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Unknown To Suspend a Glass Full of Water non-magical science experiment The Modern Conjurer 317
Joseph Michael Hartz The Inverted Glass of Water Also published here Later Magic 666
Joseph Michael Hartz The Inverted Glass of Water Also published here Magical Titbits 123
Walter B. Gibson, Chung Ling Foo Filtration liquid vanishes after performance of the hydrostatic glass The Phoenix 1-50 (Issue 9) 34
Ben Fineson A Routine with Liquids combination of the Lota Bowl, water funnel and Anti Gravico The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 63) 259
Walter B. Gibson The Poor Man's Anti-Gravico hydrostatic bottle The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 63) 257
Jos. Scherer Impromptu Hydrostatic Glass Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 4 32
Jos. Scherer Freezing a Glass of Water optical illusion with upside down "proof" Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 4 34
John Isley Isley's "Anti-Gravico" hydrostatic bottle, gimmick with hole to put matches trough Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 4 36
Robert "Bob" J. Gunther Tip for Anti Gravico lighted match, hydrostatic bottle Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1950) 6
Don Alan Sneaky Half Dollar in Bottle coin in bottle combined with Anti-Gravico gimmick Pretty Sneaky 32
Alan Shaxon The Hydrostatic Glass My Kind of Magic 59
Neal Thomas Law of Gravity Hydrostatic Bottle with milk, milk vanishes visibly partially in bottle, see also p. 342 & 348 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 5, No. 6) 329
Unknown Anti-Gravico hydrostatic bottle, match slides in from below, then slides back down The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 5, No. 8) 342
Faucett Ross The Hydrostatic Glass Cup turned over, water stays inside glass Magic With Faucett Ross 79
Bob Sheets This Tip's for You for bar setting Magical Arts Journal (Vol. 3, No. 1-5 Aspen Bar Magic) 30
Tommy Wonder The Improved Hydrostatic Glass The Books of Wonder - Volume 1 291
Karl Fulves The Glass Half Full "Unexplained"
glass half-filled with liquid, turned over, liquid suspended, posed as a problem
Prolix (Issue 1) 61