A vanished card reappears in the frame piece by piece. Each quarter of the card visibly appears in the frame one at a time. Wooden frame. One of the earliest known Himber props; the effect was later updated by Merv Taylor and crafted from stainless steel. The earliest known models, like this one, were made from wood. During World War II, these wooden models sold for the astonishingly high price of $200. This particular piece is in good condition, however the mechanism is a bit sticky and could use some adjustment.