I'm looking for the original credits of the classical two card transposition.
Card is selected, returnd and controlled to the top, mostly with the LePaul Bluff Pass.The first effect is that the card jumps up. Than the spectator is asked to hold her hand up and the card is placed ontop.Than comes the line:"Put your other hand ontop of if in a Sandwich manner". and than comes the Transpostion...
The effect uses DL's so I assume it has been invented after the time Vernon popularized de Double L*** in the 1920??
I think the Bluff pass was first introduces by -LePaul in Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 3 around 1927
I found the effect described in Paul Cummins FASDIU as Bare None
also he states:"This (...) is a newer presentation of an old chestnut..."
No olde credits are given but it was published before in Precusror, William Miesel 1992
The line i wrote big above seems to be freequently used today. Even Denis Behr has it in his book Handcrafted Card Magic.
And of course after the first Blaine special, where I heard it the first time, if became abused by Ellusionst and seems nowadays only be known as "here than there"
I would really appreciate if you guys could track down with me the original credits for this trick!!