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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

"Then what did you do?"
" Then I worked with one of the best artificial eye experts in Germany for ten years. I came to San Francisco and studied for a while with Sidney O. Noles. Then I started in business for myself, and since that time I have been manufacturing artificial eyes."
Perry-Mason sat forward on the edge of his chair, his eyes surveying the witness.
" You're qualifying this man as an expert?" he asked of the district attorney.
" Yes," Burger said shortly.
" Go ahead, then," Mason said.
" The making of artificial eyes is a profession, and a highly specialized profession?" Burger asked. "Yes, sir. Very much so."
" Can you describe how an artificial eye is made-that is, generally?"
" Yes, sir. The glass is first blown into a ball. That is, the glass comes in, a tube. It is then blown and pinched off in the flame in such a manner that it forms a ball. The particular color of glass chosen is that which will match the white of the eye to be duplicated.
" The iris of the eye is then built up on the surface of the ball by the use of solid bits of colored glass which are blended carefully while the glass ball is being rotated. If you will study the human eye you will see that it is composed of numerous colors. While one color predominates, there are various different shades

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