where does the easter bunny go? \n puzzle \n martin gardner
1952
the phoenix 251 — 300
Martin Gardner

Where Does the Easter Bunny Go?

1952

The Phoenix 251 — 300
(Issue 252)

1009



geometrical vanishes  part 1 \n chapter intro \n martin gardner
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery
Martin Gardner

Geometrical Vanishes  Part 1

1956

Mathematics, Magic And Mystery

114



the line paradox \n line vanishes when paper is shifted \n unknown
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery
Unknown

The Line Paradox

1956

Mathematics, Magic And Mystery

114



sam loyd's flag puzzle \n geometrical vanish, cut an american flag into two pieces, rearrange to form onto thirteen stripes instead of fifteen \n sam lloyd
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery
Sam Lloyd

Sam Loyd's Flag Puzzle

1956

Mathematics, Magic And Mystery

117



the vanishing face \n geometrical vanish of a face \n unknown
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery
Unknown

The Vanishing Face

1956

Mathematics, Magic And Mystery

118



"get off the earth" \n geometrical vanish of a chinese warrior by rotating paper globe \n sam lloyd
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery
Sam Lloyd

"Get Off The Earth"

1956

Mathematics, Magic And Mystery

118



deland's paradox \n geometrical vanish of a playing card \n theodore deland \n the vanishing rabbit \n martin gardner \n stover's variations \n mel stover
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery
Theodore DeLand

DeLand's Paradox

Variations

1956

Mathematics, Magic And Mystery

123



the vanishing rabbit \n geometrical vanish of a rabbit \n martin gardner \n deland's paradox \n theodore deland
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery
Martin Gardner

The Vanishing Rabbit

Inspired by

1956

Mathematics, Magic And Mystery

125



stover's variations \n geometrical vanish / transformation of objects, face becomes beer mug or red pencil becomes blue pencil \n mel stover \n deland's paradox \n theodore deland
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery
Mel Stover

Stover's Variations

Inspired by

1956

Mathematics, Magic And Mystery

125



the checkerboard paradox \n geometrical vanish of a square on a checkerboard \n unknown
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery
Unknown

The Checkerboard Paradox

1956

Mathematics, Magic And Mystery

129



hooper's paradox \n rectangle rearranged to apparently increase the area \n william hooper
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery
William Hooper

Hooper's Paradox

1956

Mathematics, Magic And Mystery

131



square variation \n area of square changes after pieces are rearranged \n unknown
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery
Unknown

Square Variation

1956

Mathematics, Magic And Mystery

132



fibonacci series \n about the mathematics behind geometrical vanishes where the area of a shape changes. based on work by v. schlegel, e.b. escott and lewis carroll \n martin gardner \n v. schlegel, zeitschrift fur mathematik und physik, vol. 24, p. 123 (1879) \n e. b. escott, open court, vol. 21, p. 502 (1907) \n langman's version \n harry langman
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery
Martin Gardner

Fibonacci Series

Related to V. Schlegel, Zeitschrift fur Mathematik und Physik, Vol. 24, p. 123 (1879)
 E. B. Escott, Open Court, Vol. 21, p. 502 (1907)
Variations

1956

Mathematics, Magic And Mystery

134



langman's version \n rectangle changes in area when pieces are moved around, related to fibonacci series \n harry langman \n fibonacci series \n martin gardner
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery
Harry Langman

Langman's Version

Inspired by

1956

Mathematics, Magic And Mystery

137



curry's paradox \n various geometrical vanishes of squares in rectangles and squares \n paul curry \n curry triangles \n martin gardner \n torn uncut card sheet \n tomas blomberg
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery
Paul Curry

Curry's Paradox

Variations

1956

Mathematics, Magic And Mystery

139



curry triangles \n geometrical vanishes with triangles \n martin gardner \n curry's paradox \n paul curry
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery
Martin Gardner

Curry Triangles

Inspired by

1956

Mathematics, Magic And Mystery

145



fourpiece squares \n cut square into four pieces, rearrange to get hole \n unknown
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery
Unknown

Fourpiece Squares

1956

Mathematics, Magic And Mystery

151



threepiece squares \n cut square into three pieces, rearrange to get hole \n paul curry
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery
Paul Curry

Threepiece Squares

1956

Mathematics, Magic And Mystery

153



twopiece squares \n cut square into two pieces, rearrange to get hole \n paul curry \n martin gardner
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery
Paul Curry, Martin Gardner

Twopiece Squares

1956

Mathematics, Magic And Mystery

153



curved and 3d forms \n discusses the possibilities of geometrical vanishes with 3d shapes \n martin gardner
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery
Martin Gardner

Curved and 3D Forms

1956

Mathematics, Magic And Mystery

155



triangulation \n tiling puzzle \n l. vosburgh lyons \n p. 70 for credits
1966
the pallbearers review vol. 14
L. Vosburgh Lyons

Triangulation

Related to

Dec. 1966

The Pallbearers Review Vol. 14
(Vol. 2 No. 2)

72



five into four \n five of diamonds is cut in fourth and puzzled together so a center section is missing, face changes to four of diamonds \n karl fulves \n center tear \n joseph k. schmidt \n the moving pip \n karl fulves
1971
the book of numbers
Karl Fulves

Five Into Four

Related toVariations

1971

The Book of Numbers

42



paradox \n geometrical puzzle with a playing card that makes a full card facedown, but a piece is left over when assembled faceup
 the turnover tactic
 business card variation
 reference file \n mitsunobu matsuyama \n powerdox \n karl fulves \n a jigsaw puzzle \n terri rogers \n inflation bite \n jon charles \n mitsunobu matsuyama \n from jim snapp \n jim snapp
1979
the chronicles
Mitsunobu Matsuyama

Paradox

Variations

1979

The Chronicles
(Issue 18)

1235



the disappearing rabbit \n \n paul curry \n rabbit reunion \n karl fulves
1980
curioser
Paul Curry

The Disappearing Rabbit

Variations

1980

Curioser

2



rabbit reunion \n curry's effect with 2 rabbits vanishing one by one \n karl fulves \n the disappearing rabbit \n paul curry
1980
curioser
Karl Fulves

Rabbit Reunion

Inspired by

1980

Curioser

6



notes by karl fulves \n on curry's effect \n karl fulves \n the disappearing rabbit \n paul curry
1980
curioser
Karl Fulves

Notes By Karl Fulves

Related to

1980

Curioser

9



the moving pip \n pip missing on card that is cut in pieces, when rearranged pip moved \n karl fulves \n five into four \n karl fulves
1980
curioser
Karl Fulves

The Moving Pip

Related to

1980

Curioser

9



powerdox \n rectangle puzzle, two pieces one by one removed but still a rectangle \n karl fulves \n paradox \n mitsunobu matsuyama
1980
curioser
Karl Fulves

Powerdox

Inspired by

1980

Curioser

10



euclid's vanish \n number of objects drawn on a slate changes from seven to six, sliding part \n martin gardner \n the geometric slate \n karl fulves
1980
curioser
Martin Gardner

Euclid's Vanish

Variations

1980

Curioser

11



the geometric slate \n threeway multiple out prediction \n karl fulves \n euclid's vanish \n martin gardner
1980
curioser
Karl Fulves

The Geometric Slate

Inspired by

1980

Curioser

12



dice on slate \n idea in which dice drawn on slate become real \n karl fulves
1980
curioser
Karl Fulves

Dice on Slate

1980

Curioser

12



the vanishing rabbit \n no. 16, rabbit changes into egg via geometrical vanish \n martin gardner
1980
the children's magic kit
Martin Gardner

The Vanishing Rabbit

1980

The Children's Magic Kit

16



a jigsaw puzzle \n card puzzle as a revelation, four of hearts instead of five of hearts \n terri rogers \n paradox \n mitsunobu matsuyama
1981
babel
Terri Rogers

A Jigsaw Puzzle

Inspired by

1981

Babel
(Issue 2)

20



the paradox \n no. 41, paper with numbers cut up, can be arranged so that center misses \n unknown
1983
selfworking number magic
Unknown

The Paradox

1983

SelfWorking Number Magic

66



counterfit \n "penny papers", making seven dollar bills from six \n karl fulves
1985
sc — contemporary money magic
Karl Fulves

Counterfit

1985

SC — Contemporary Money Magic
(Issue 3)

52



fair exchange \n two jigsaw puzzles fit face down but not face up \n masao atsukawa
1986
the new york magic symposium — collection 5
Masao Atsukawa

Fair Exchange

1986

The New York Magic Symposium — Collection 5

90



armchair golfer \n mel stover's vanishing pencil (version of the magic egg puzzle), pencil on paper changes places with pencil on initialed paper \n tom craven
1992
the trapdoor — volume two
Tom Craven

Armchair Golfer

1992

The Trapdoor — Volume Two
(Issue 44)

787



personality analysis \n paper pieces with words, one vanishes \n michael weber
1994
correctors workshop
Michael Weber

Personality Analysis

1994

Correctors Workshop




lucky lollipop \n no. 29, lollipops on three pieces of paper, number changes when papers are rearranged \n karl fulves
1995
easy magic
Karl Fulves

Lucky Lollipop

1995

Easy Magic

40



here's some magic you can do \n vanishing leprechaun / disappearing dwarf / hat puzzle, bongo design \n ali bongo
2002
lecture notes — geneva 2002
Ali Bongo

Here's Some Magic You Can Do

2002

Lecture Notes — Geneva 2002

13



genii speaks \n on geometrical vanishes, tenth los angeles history conference, jim steinmeyer, guy hollingworth, the magic circle, nintendo's "master of illusion", tony giorgio, aaron fisher, harry lorayne, disneyland, haunted mansion, kostya kimlat, raymond crowe \n richard kaufman
2008
genii
Richard Kaufman

Genii Speaks

Jan. 2008

Genii
(Vol. 71 No. 1)

12



torn uncut card sheet \n uncut sheet which contains all the cards of the deck, magician rearranges the pieces of the sheet to make a previously selected card disappear from it, "52 on 1 gag" \n tomas blomberg \n curry's paradox \n paul curry
2014
blomberg laboratories
Tomas Blomberg

Torn Uncut Card Sheet

Inspired by

2014

Blomberg Laboratories

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