Matthew Birchinger was an 18th century German. He was known as “the little man of Nuremberg,” and played four musical instruments including the bagpipes. He was an expert calligrapher, and was the most famous stage magician of his day. He performed tricks with the cup and balls that have never been explained. Yet Birchinger had no hands, legs, or thighs, and was less than 29 inches tall.
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