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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

presence by any of these gentlemen, so that it could be identified again?"
" Yes, sir."
" By whom was it marked?,"
" Mr. Shearer."
" What mark was placed upon it?"
" He took some black substance-ink, or a nitrate of silver compound-I don't know just what it was, and made certain marks on the interior surface of the eye."
" Would you recognize that eye if you saw it again?"
" Yes, sir."
Burger produced a sealed envelope, went through an elaborate formality of cutting open the envelope, shook out a glass eye, and handed it to Overton.
" Is this the eye?"
" Yes, sir, that's it."
" Had you ever seen that eye before?" Burger asked.
Overton nodded his head emphatically.
" Yes, sir," he said, "I had seen that eye before."
" Where?"
" In the possession of Mr. Basset."
Perry Mason sat forward in his chair, his eyes slitted in thoughtful concentration.
Burger glanced at him triumphantly. "You mean," he said, "that you saw this eye in the possession of Mr. Basset before the murder?"
" Yes, sir."
" How long before?"

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