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Known for his elegant presentation of magic, Karl Germain (born Charles Mattmueller, American, 1878-1959) was a star of both the Lyceum and Chautauqua circuits. Considered a highly innovative performer, his stage career was ended prematurely by blindness in 1916. This dramatic poster measures more than six feet in height, advertising Germain’s “spirit cabinet” illusions.

Details

  • Title: Germain the Wizard: Witch’s Cauldron
  • Creator: The Schmitz-Horning Co. Lithographers
  • Date: 1908
  • Location: Cleveland, Ohio
  • Physical Dimensions: 85 x 44 in
  • Rights: American Museum of Magic
  • Medium: Stone Lithograph

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