This profusely illustrated booklet. with 66 nice clear drawings, teaches you a complete and seemingly impossible rope and ring routine from Rink. The name of Rink of Holland is tied to many wonderful tricks and routines.
This Ganson description is, as always, a masterpiece and tells all you need to know to fool your audience with a simple piece of rope (with a little preparation) and a ring.
From the introduction
"This series of penetrations was built up over a long period of time. The main theme is the linking and unlinking of a solid ring onto a piece of rope, the ends of which have been knotted to form a loop.
Several different methods are explained but it is suggested that the reader selects just two or three he likes best and builds them into a routine. The moves are not difficult but it is essential to practice to ensure smoothness of handling...."
1st edition 1980, 1st digital edition 2014, 24 pages, 66 illustrations
word count: 3804 which is equivalent to 15 standard pages of text