Written by Tom Stone
Work of Tom Stone
259 pages (Hardcover), published by Hermetic Press
Illustrated with drawings by Tom Stone
Language: English
110 entries
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Tom Stone Debts of Gratitude
Håkan Berg Most books I have read have had a preface by someone important...
Tom Stone What Is This Thing Called Book?
Tom Stone Thieves and Sheep Ideas discussion of various ideas
Tom Stone Of Dice and Men one of six messages chosen with throw of die, "hug" chosen, other messages are "kill"
Inspired by
  • "Dice Man" (Andy Nyman, marketed item)
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Tom Stone Dice Force simple gaffed die to force a number
Related to 4
Tom Stone Complicated Exchange within deck, brief
Tom Stone Silver & Sorcery routine for and thoughts on John Ramsay's "Cylinder and Coins"
Related toAlso published here 7
Bob Chesbro, Tom Stone Thumb Tip Coin Vanish
Inspired byAlso published here 13
Tom Stone Crossing The Gaze Multiple Coin Vanish one by one
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Tom Stone Stack Transfer as visible coin is transferred to other hand
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Geoffrey Latta Nowhere Palm finger palm to third finger curl palm, multiple coins
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Tom Stone Magnetic Multiple Vanish to ditch multiple coins silently
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Tom Stone The Safe Bullet-Catch bang gun bullet catch
Tom Stone Wet Russian russian roulette with water pistols
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Tom Stone DacheBox various unfinished ideas for Stewart James' Sefalaljia
  • Silks from Another Century
  • Wired (featuring idea for Ted Lesley's "Mind Bender")
  • Ceiling Thoughts
  • Shivers
  • Vanishing Sefalaljia
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Tom Stone Burn Remedy thoughts about spectators that burn the performer
Tom Stone Brutus's Gift knife of chosen color is stuck in magician's back with dramatic presentation, mechanical solution with five knife cases
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Tom Stone, Robert E. Neale Sole Survivor in 3-D non-card presentational idea for Robert Neale's "Sole Survivor" (Magic & Meaning)
Tom Stone White Lies classic one-ahead trick with blank cards on which writing appears with ashes rubbed on
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Tom Stone Clink-Catch elbow catch, vanish or transformation
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Tom Stone Bottled Up production from under spectator's arm
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Tom Stone Bottled Thoughts intro to ideas and sequences for the "Multiplying Bottles" plot
Tom Stone Stirring up the Still new opening sequence for multiplying bottle routine with paper bag where the props come from
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Tom Stone Don't Stare at my Bottom construction that allows showing the bottom of the fake bottles
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Tom Stone Glasswhere? glass travels from tube to tube without the bottle
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Daniel Risman Glass-Bottle-Can glass changes into a can in multiplying bottle routine
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Tom Stone Multiplying Glasses glasses multiply as well in multiplying bottle routine
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Tom Stone Redneck Remedy sequence with red silk tied around neck of bottle
Inspired by
  • "Silks and Bottle" (Marconick's Original Magic, 1967, p. 52)
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Tom Stone Prediction Ajar
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Tom Stone Siamese Book-Test one of two books chosen, word chosen, both word and choice of book predicted
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Tom Stone The Forbidden Palm black art
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Tom Stone Black Art on Close-up Pad credit information
Tom Stone Black Art Card construction of card with black back
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Jason England Angled Rub-a-Dub-Dub Vanish
Dai Vernon Vernon Transfer with small packets in spread configuration
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David Ben, Bernard Bilis Tabled Spread Turnover
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Tom Stone Card Box Animation card case moves by itself
Tom Stone Oh No! Thimbles routine
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Forefinger Catch
Tom Stone The Ultimate Sub Trunk idea for outdoor version
Tom Stone Paper Bag Cut cutting deck inside paper bag, ACAAN suggestion
Tom Stone Sentient Sand design drawn in sand is duplicated
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Tom Stone Chinese Lubricant suggestion for Chinese Sticks
Tom Stone Amore Motel using four of a kind and two of a kind, credit information on Hotel Mystery
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Tom Stone Chairport as spectator is going to row of chairs to sit down, performer already displays a prediction which chair will be chosen
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Tom Stone Eye of the Last Dragon discussion and technical sequences with multiplying billiard balls
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Tom Stone Peaks and Valleys
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Tom Stone Mitosis Maneuver one ball becomes two which become four, sequence with shell
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Tom Stone Negative Structure vanish followed by appearance, instead of vice versa
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Tom Stone Back to de Kolta hold-out principle for balls
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Tom Stone The Shell as Topit
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Tom Stone Shell Lapping
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Tom Stone Ball Mélange three balls vanish one by one
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Tom Stone Ball Climax molded four-ball-climax
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Tom Stone, Bob Ostin, Robert Cassidy Bank Naught marking methods with two presentations:
- Psychic Losery
- Weightmaster
Tom Stone Dance Shtick ideas for prop construction
Tom Stone Mental Posterior method for chair prediction
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Tom Stone Electro-cute sight gag with electric deck
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Tom Stone SloMoSub idea for slow motion subtrunk
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Tom Stone Tesla's Knot cut and restored cable
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Tom Stone Derringer cards at two named numbers are predicted, stooge
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Tom Stone Open Billet Switch secret exchange of two visible billets
Tom Stone Eggs from Bombay combo with silk to egg, eggs under bowl (Benson's Bowl), multiplying eggs
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Tom Stone Portable Table Servante Construction
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Tom Stone Quick Memo edge marked cards in memorized stack, spectator peeks at card which is divined
Related to 148
Tom Stone Paperback Writer words chosen from lists predicted as story
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Tom Stone Waiting for a Sign thoughts, followed by handlings
Inspired by 151
Tom Stone Sign of the Count "signed card" with mark on isolated card
Tom Stone Crossed Sign "signed card" with mark on isolated card
Tom Stone Gesture Switch
Tom Stone, Henrik Holmberg Time Operator I joker placed aside, selection transforms into joker with card identity written on it, previously isolated joker is selection
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August Roterberg Push-In Change
Tom Stone Time Operator II joker placed aside, selection transforms into joker with card identity written on it, previously isolated joker is selection
Tom Stone Fake Casing apparently placing two cards in case, only 1
Edward Marlo Case Removal from underneath
Tom Stone Signed Transformation
Tom Stone Sign of the Boxer
Tom Stone Switch with Card Case heavily gaffed
Tom Stone Homer's Case switch or vanish of card put beneath case, case with hinged card
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Tom Stone Occhamman Card "signed card" with mark on isolated card
Tweezer Double
Ken Krenzel, Tom Stone Monte Plus Plus Variation with a double backer
Tom Stone Occhamman Now! "signed card", isolated card marked with paper clip
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Daryl Martinez, Bill Simon Daryl-Simon Convincing Control card ends in cop position
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Tom Stone Paper Clip Switch in sandwich, Signed Card Switch
Related to
  • Bill Woodfield's Paperclip Monte Move (Genii, Vol. 15 No. 6, Feb. 1951, p. 234)
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Tom Stone Wooden Sign "signed card" with isolated card stapled to piece of wood
Inspired byAlso published here 178
Tom Stone The Collective Blink Signed Card handling, by-play with Joker that travels from table back into deck
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One-Handed Bottom Deal Force very brief
Tommy Wonder, Tom Stone Secret Pick-Up tabled card secretly transferred to deck
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Ken Krenzel, Trevor Lewis Monte Plus Plus
Tom Stone Hip Hip Hurray! using Tenyo hinged/flap card box and two blank cards with "Hip" written on them
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Max Milton The One-Handed Top Change handling of Ultra Move type switch
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Tom Stone Sir Offalot ideas if the spectator miscalculates sum
Tom Stone Challenge in Silk vanished silks pop out of pockets and are knotted together, gimmicks to propel silks out of pockets
Inspired by
  • Dr. Raymond L. Beebe's "Smart Slik" (Encyclopedia of Silk Magic 1)
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Tom Stone Well-Timed Miracle card at number determined by stop watch is predicted
VariationsAlso published here 202
Tom Stone The Tutorial sucker explanation with card from lefty deck
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Tom Stone Going Bananas two-person comedy act in which fake banana becomes real
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Tom Stone, Finn Jon Thumb Tip as Sound Gimmick
Tom Stone Things That Go Cluck in the Night silk to egg routine with spectator following along and succeeding
Tom Stone The Voice of the Public joke about the notion that card tricks are not popular, laser dots appearing on performer
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Tom Stone, Harry Riser Glitching the Aces
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Tom Stone The Hat Trick top hat on table, arm goes into hat all the way, but when looking under table cloth there is no hole or secret container
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Tom Stone Synonymax cards with pictures and words, selections are divined
Inspired byAlso published here 229
Tom Stone Tripodal by Sundown - Mental Pursuit spectators select questions, performer divines answers, quiz show presentation, de bruijn/gray code
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Tom Stone Quean of the Quiz confabulation type prediction with quiz show presentation and envelope loading stand
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Tom Stone The Quiz Show classic Frank Lane comedy quiz show with final loads
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Tom Stone Turbo Change Bag one-handed plain change bag
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Tom Stone Acknowledgements
Tom Stone Publishing History where things appeared previously
Data entered by Denis Behr, January 2012.