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Here is a Wizard Clip. In the old days, gentleman used to wear shirts with detachable collars and cuffs. When the collar and cuffs got dirty (and we all know those are the part of a shirt that get soiled first) the person could just remove them and replace them with fresh ones. This way gentleman could always maintain the appearance of wearing a fresh shirt.

Marked on the back side with Patent Numbers that go from Oct.22,1899 to Nov.17 1902(I believe it to be)...checked under the magnifying lamp.
I believe it is chrome or silvertone metal.
All parts work well.
Measures 2 1/2" long.

Folklore suggests that the more imaginative of the Wild West poker players managed to use this gadget to hide an ace up the sleeve. With one end clipped to the clothing and the other end holding a hidden card.