“That’s Magic! Too”

SPOILER ALERT!
The secret of this exciting and enchanting illusion will be revealed below…

Martin Munkasci, glass plate negatives
Martin Munkácsi (1896–1963), [Demonstrating magic trick, Budapest], 1928 (2007.110.299)
This is where we last left off in this macabre and magical series of glass plate negatives made by the marvelous and magnificent Martin Munkácsi…
(Munkácsi was ahead of his time…)

Martin Munkasci, glass plate negatives
Martin Munkácsi (1896–1963), [Mould of face used in magic trick], 1928 (2007.110.295)

Martin Munkasci, glass plate negatives
Martin Munkácsi (1896–1963), [Demonstrating magic trick, Budapest], 1928 (2007.110.296)

Martin Munkasci, glass plate negatives
Martin Munkácsi (1896–1963), [Demonstrating magic trick, Budapest], 1928 (2007.110.297)

This rare and 87 year old, behind-the-scene, glass-plate-glimpse at an illusion, conducted by an unidentified illusionist, made by Martin Munkácsi is miraculous and magically magic…

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