The magician thinks
that it (a Mirror Glass) looks empty nobody else thinks
Louis Nikola as quoted in Hugard's Magic Monthly (Nov 1944)
Mini- Review 2/2/10
Professor Spellbinder asked if I would let you know my opinion of his "Anti-Mirror Glass" from Wizards Journal #16. First let me tell you that I have purchased almost everything that Professor Spellbinder has published, and have found something useful in almost every one of his ebooks. The Professor definitely thinks outside the box and will get you thinking creatively also. I think that the "Anti-Mirror Glass" would be well worth purchasing.
The "Anti-Mirror Glasses" (there are more than one mentioned) can be used in the same way as a "Mirror Glass." Some can be used close-up, with the same care as you would use a mirror glass. The angles are the same as for a mirror glass- no surrounded work. Does it truly look empty? I think it looks about the same as a mirror glass, but I think the "Hand Glass" is my personal deceptive looking favorite. To me that glass looks the best. Ultimately, treat the glass as a glass and not as a magic prop and you take the heat off of the glass. I personally was very happy with the information that I received, and thought it well worth the $5.00 spent.
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