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THE CASE OF THE COUNTERFEIT EYE

of an eye; first, there must be a very expert manipulation of the materials; then there must be a certain individual artistry of color blending. A really successful maker of artificial eyes must combine the skill of an artist, when it comes to blending colors, with the craftsmanship of a very expert glass-blower."
" It is, therefore, possible to recognize the work of certain individuals," Burger asked, "in the same manner that an artist could recognize the work of another artist by reason of the manner in which the pigments were applied?"
" In many instances it is," Bates said.
" I will," Burger said, "hand you herewith an artificial eye, which has been introduced in evidence as People's Exhibit A. It is an eye which was found clasped in the hand of a murdered man. I will ask you to examine such eye and state whether or not you can tell anything concerning that eye."
Bates looked at the eye which Burger handed him
and nodded his head. "Yes," he said, "I can tell a great deal about it."
" What can you tell?" Burger asked.
Judge Winters frowned, looked at Perry Mason as though expecting an objection. When he heard none, he said to Burger, "The question is rather peculiarly put, Counselor."
" There is no objection," Mason said.
" This eye," Bates stated, "was made by a very expert

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