Who's who has Mark Wilson's Illusions

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Postby Guest » 08/12/07 02:30 PM

Mark doesn't remember who he sold
his Light Bulb Cabinet too.

It is not Tad Ware.

I spoke to him on the phone, he only
has Papa Blackstone's cabinet.

I'm also looking for his 'Disembodied
Princess' Illusion.

Anyone have an idea who might know?
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Postby Guest » 08/13/07 12:28 PM

The guy who bought the
disembodied princess lives
in Alaska...
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Postby Mitch Dutton » 08/13/07 07:50 PM

I remember the Magic Auction website having a bunch of Mark Wilson illusions on auction some time back. Maybe they can give you some contacts for those illusions that sold. -Mitch
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Postby Guest » 08/13/07 07:54 PM

I did contact them.
That's how I found out about
the Disembodied Princess is
up in Alaska.

Mark sold the LBC seperately.
So unless he remember, hopefully
someone will know who currently owns it.

thanks tho.
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Postby Guest » 08/18/07 03:16 PM

I own Mark Wilson's "Globe Theater Illusion" which I purchased from him somewhere around 2002. It's a doll's house built to be a scale model of Shakespeare's Globe Theater. It was built by Johnny Gaughn for Mark's show at Busch Gardens, and is an amazing work of art. I have one of two.

Mark still owes me a Shakespeare costume...
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Postby Guest » 08/19/07 06:53 AM

Dave, thanks for posting.

However I'm only looking for the
LBC and the Disembodied Princess used
by Mark in the late 1950's.
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