Mysterious Cabinet – Petrie Lewis


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Product Description

The second Dean of American Magicians, Frederick Eugene Powell sketched what he called the “Mysterious Cabinet” in his journal dated in the early 1870’s. The cabinet utilized the principle known as “black art” giving the appearance of an empty cabinet. This principle has been used in many effects, from square circles to professional stage illusions.

Approximate Dims:
Width 6 ¾’
Depth 4 ½”
Height 9 ½”

Made of beautiful Walnut with large claw feet and brass hardware. Made in the USA and in limited qualities. A quality P&L item.

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