Handsome walnut frame holds a sheet of glass and eight curved brass clips, four on each side. Cards are inserted under the clips and a glass rod is thrust through the center of the glass. When removed, holes remain in the cards, but not the glass. With the wooden stand and original glass rod, often lacking. A fine example of this trick from the workshop of the originator, Frederic DeMuth of Corning, New York. Very good condition.