introduction \n \n obie o'brien
1981
Obie O'Brien

Introduction

iv


forward \n \n tom gagnon
1981
Tom Gagnon

Forward

v


thumbtipping quickies \n credit information on using a folding coin with a thumb tip \n tom gagnon
1981
Tom Gagnon

ThumbTipping Quickies

1


slydini's thumbtipping technique \n pointing thumb towards audience \n tony slydini \n thumbtipping \n tony slydini
1981
Tony Slydini

Slydini's ThumbTipping Technique

Related to

2


coin to pocket ruse \n coin travels from coin to pocket and back \n tom gagnon \n coin to pocket \n bob chesbro
1981
Tom Gagnon

Coin to Pocket Ruse

Inspired by

3


thumb tip coin vanish \n \n tom gagnon \n thumb tip coin vanish \n bob chesbro
1981
Tom Gagnon

Thumb Tip Coin Vanish

Related to

4


flip up production \n invisible coin flipped into air, it appears \n tom gagnon \n the imaginary half dollar \n laurie ireland \n bomb bay production \n tom gagnon
1981
Tom Gagnon

Flip Up Production

Inspired byAlso published here

6


bomb bay \n coin produced in empty hands \n tom gagnon \n bomb bay production \n tom gagnon
1981
Tom Gagnon

Bomb Bay

Also published here

10


double duty departure \n two coins vanish one by one, two folding coins and thumb tip \n tom gagnon
1981
Tom Gagnon

Double Duty Departure

13


twofold vanish \n two coins vanish one by one, two folding coins and thumb tip \n tom gagnon
1981
Tom Gagnon

Twofold Vanish

16


coincidence \n coin appears and vanishes in bare hands \n tom gagnon
1981
Tom Gagnon

Coincidence

18


flash coin production \n coin appears onehanded \n tom gagnon
1981
Tom Gagnon

Flash Coin Production

22


skullduggery \n chapter intro \n tom gagnon
1981
Tom Gagnon

Skullduggery

25


miser's daydream \n featuring a continuous coin production sequence with folding coin and thumb tip \n tom gagnon \n owen clark \n stanley collins
1981
Tom Gagnon

Miser's Daydream

Inspired by

26


alchemorphosis \n five dimes in prescription bottle change into a larger gold coin \n tom gagnon
1981
Tom Gagnon

Alchemorphosis

31


contemporary purse swindle \n copper and silver coins in two purses, spectator can never guess the right one, sort of transposition \n tom gagnon \n morritt's purse trick \n stanley collins \n purse swindle \n harvey rosenthal
1981
Tom Gagnon

Contemporary Purse Swindle

Inspired by

36


optional display technique \n \n tom gagnon
1981
Tom Gagnon

Optional Display Technique

38


twilight's last gleaming \n coins are produced with a small mirror \n tom gagnon \n twilight \n paul harris \n tayari casel
1981
Tom Gagnon

Twilight's Last Gleaming

Inspired by

43


newfangled matrix \n \n tom gagnon
1981
Tom Gagnon

Newfangled Matrix

47


puffed \n flash silk production, thread and thumb tip \n tom gagnon
1981
Tom Gagnon

Puffed

51


the phantom coin \n much on table top \n tom gagnon \n one coin routine \n tony slydini
1981
Tom Gagnon

The Phantom Coin

Inspired by

54


gypsy coin \n coin through handkerchief \n tom gagnon
1981
Tom Gagnon

Gypsy Coin

62


bending coin \n \n tom gagnon
1981
Tom Gagnon

Bending Coin

67


hodgepodge \n chapter intro \n tom gagnon
1981
Tom Gagnon

Hodgepodge

68


the tiddlywinks change \n coin visibly changes from copper to silver under shot glass, or miniature card appears on coin \n tom gagnon \n the tiddlywinks change \n tom gagnon
1981
Tom Gagnon

The Tiddlywinks Change

Also published here

69


shanghai express \n chinese coin and half dollar transpose through handkerchief on table in various phases, including phase with shot glass \n tom gagnon \n chinatown dollar routine \n stewart judah
1981
Tom Gagnon

Shanghai Express

Inspired by

71


silver and two copper interlude \n with shot glass \n tom gagnon \n the silver and two copper transposition \n conrad h. haden
1981
Tom Gagnon

Silver and Two Copper Interlude

Inspired by

81


split level \n silver dollar on back of left hand, it changes into two half dollars \n tom gagnon
1981
Tom Gagnon

Split Level

84


sleeving technique \n \n steve dobson
1981
Steve Dobson

Sleeving Technique

85


transposition under glass \n "although i can't actually say that i'm crazy about this effect, it is different.", coin under and on top of inverted shot glass visibly transpose \n tom gagnon
1981
Tom Gagnon

Transposition under Glass

87


popeyed \n coin placed in eye like a monocle, it drops into hands and is vanished, found back in eye \n tom gagnon \n the monocle mystery \n eddie joseph
1981
Tom Gagnon

Popeyed

Inspired by

88


twosided shell \n with thin milled down coin at inside of shell, can be shown from both sides, "mint condition" \n tom gagnon \n new shell gaff \n karl fulves
1981
Tom Gagnon

TwoSided Shell

Related to

88


soda jerk \n coin in bottle with transposition phase, folding copper/silver \n tom gagnon \n second method \n stewart judah
1981
Tom Gagnon

Soda Jerk

Inspired by

89


flick your "trick" load \n flicking a coin under a mirror for use in twilight routine \n tom gagnon
1981
Tom Gagnon

Flick Your "Trick" Load

92


departures \n chapter intro \n tom gagnon
1981
Tom Gagnon

Departures

94


new theory pickup move \n \n tom gagnon \n pickup move \n derek dingle \n al schneider
1981
Tom Gagnon

New Theory Pickup Move

Inspired by

95


snap over display \n \n tom gagnon
1981
Tom Gagnon

Snap Over Display

100


the pickup and displacement move \n onehanded pickup and transfer into tenkai pinch \n tom gagnon \n pickup and displacement move \n tom gagnon \n slowmo p&d move \n tom gagnon \n pickup, snap, and displacement move \n tom gagnon
1981
Tom Gagnon

The Pickup and Displacement Move

VariationsAlso published here

103


open procedure load \n loading tenkai/goshman pinched coin under card \n tom gagnon \n phantom coin load \n tom gagnon
1981
Tom Gagnon

Open Procedure Load

Related to

109


flee flicker \n sleeving a coin during pickup move \n tom gagnon
1981
Tom Gagnon

Flee Flicker

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