preface \n \n j. b. bobo
1952
J. B. Bobo

Preface

vii


j. b. bobo \n \n john braun
1952
John Braun

J. B. Bobo

xi


acknowledgements \n \n j. b. bobo
1952
J. B. Bobo

Acknowledgements

xiv


prologue  of coins and conjuring \n history of coin magic \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Prologue  Of Coins and Conjuring

xv


the classic palm \n \n unknown
1952
Unknown

The Classic Palm

1


the edge palm \n \n unknown
1952
Unknown

The Edge Palm

2


the thumb palm \n \n unknown
1952
Unknown

The Thumb Palm

3


the downs palm \n \n t. nelson downs
1952
T. Nelson Downs

The Downs Palm

3


the finger palm \n \n unknown
1952
Unknown

The Finger Palm

4


the front finger hold \n \n unknown
1952
Unknown

The Front Finger Hold

5


the back palm \n from back to front \n unknown
1952
Unknown

The Back Palm

5


the back finger clip \n \n unknown
1952
Unknown

The Back finger Clip

7


the back thumb palm \n three methods to transfer the coin into the palm (downs, bobo, bobo) \n j. b. bobo \n t. nelson downs
1952
J. B. Bobo, T. Nelson Downs

The Back Thumb Palm

8


the bobo switch \n \n j. b. bobo \n the "bobo" switch \n curtis kam
1952
J. B. Bobo

The Bobo Switch

Related to 
10


utility switch \n \n unknown \n utility move \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Utility Switch

Also published here 
11


onehand switch \n \n unknown
1952
Unknown

OneHand Switch

12


shawjudah coin switch \n with a glass \n allan shaw \n stewart judah
1952
Allan Shaw, Stewart Judah

ShawJudah Coin Switch

13


the click pass \n two methods retaining one coin and both (woodin, unknown) \n chester woodin \n the tucker clink pass \n stephen tucker
1952
Chester Woodin

The Click Pass

Also published here 
14


the click pass \n \n paul morris
1952
Paul Morris

The Click Pass

15


the coin flip \n flipping a coin while palming an other
\n unknown
1952
Unknown

The Coin Flip

16


changeover pass \n from thumb or edge palm to a two finger clip \n unknown
1952
Unknown

ChangeOver Pass

17


the bottom steal \n bottom coin of a pile is stolen in classic palm of other hand \n paul morris \n the t.p. bottom steal \n geoffrey latta
1952
Paul Morris

The Bottom Steal

Variations 
18


producing a coin from a spectator's clothing \n vanished coin is reproduced under spectator's tie \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Producing a Coin from a Spectator's Clothing

19


take advantage of a fumble \n three methods for vanishing a coin while picking it up from the floor (throw into the other hand, cuffing, under the shoe) \n unknown \n pick up \n jack miller
1952
Unknown

Take Advantage of a Fumble

Related to 
20


standard vanish \n classis palm \n unknown \n classic vanish \n al schneider \n the butterfly flick \n geoffrey latta
1952
Unknown

Standard Vanish

Related to 
22


simple vanish \n classic pass, like closing a book \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Simple Vanish

23


over the top \n hands are crossed, coin is thrown from the lower hand onto the palm of the upper hand \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Over the Top

23


the tunnel vanish \n coin is pushed into the fist of the other hand \n unknown
1952
Unknown

The Tunnel Vanish

24


thumb palm vanish \n \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Thumb Palm Vanish

25


the drop vanish \n coin is dropped from the right hand into the left hand, also as a switch and as a pass \n milton kort \n tankai vanish \n albert goshman \n tenkai ishida
1952
Milton Kort

The Drop Vanish

Related to 
25


the bobo coin vanish \n \n j. b. bobo
1952
J. B. Bobo

The Bobo Coin Vanish

27


the slide vanish \n coin slides from left palm on the the right hand \n john mulholland
1952
John Mulholland

The Slide Vanish

28


the illusive coin pass \n retention of vision basic \n t.j. crawford
1952
T.J. Crawford

The Illusive Coin Pass

29


a coin vanish \n reprint from greater magic \n dai vernon \n a coin vanish \n dai vernon
1952
Dai Vernon

A Coin Vanish

Related to 
30


the pinch vanish \n for small coins \n unknown
1952
Unknown

The Pinch Vanish

32


gone \n steal to other hand, with reference to produce a coin from spectator's ear \n bill simon \n gone steal handling \n bill simon \n benjamin earl
1952
Bill Simon

Gone

Variations 
32


the new era coin go \n show both sides of both hands, wrist \n jimmy buffaloe \n smart coin trick \n franklin m. chapman \n the wonderful coin vanish \n david williamson
1952
Jimmy Buffaloe

The New Era Coin Go

Related to 
34


the flyaway coin \n coin vanishes when tossed up \n frank garcia
1952
Frank Garcia

The Flyaway Coin

35


behind the back \n coin vanishes when tossed up \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Behind the Back

36


the french drop (le tourniquet vanish) \n \n unknown
1952
Unknown

The French Drop (Le Tourniquet Vanish)

37


the reverse french drop \n \n dr. e. m. roberts
1952
Dr. E. M. Roberts

The Reverse French Drop

38


the elusive silver dollar \n \n al saal
1952
Al Saal

The Elusive Silver Dollar

39


the wrist watch vanish \n \n royal h. brin, jr.
1952
Royal H. Brin, Jr.

The Wrist Watch Vanish

40


the pulse trick \n coin vanishes and appears \n glenn harrison
1952
Glenn Harrison

The Pulse Trick

41


the cranium vanish \n coin is placed on the head \n wallace lee
1952
Wallace Lee

The Cranium Vanish

42


vanish with the aid of a handkerchief \n \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Vanish with the Aid of a Handkerchief

43


the "heads and tails" vanish \n as a stack, while closing the hand \n h. adrian smith
1952
H. Adrian Smith

The "Heads and Tails" Vanish

44


vanish for several coins \n two methods \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Vanish for Several Coins

45


a trio of vanishes \n three methods, last one with sleeving \n ross bertram
1952
Ross Bertram

A Trio of Vanishes

46


the bobo complete coin vanish \n from thumb palm to outer breast pocket \n j. b. bobo
1952
J. B. Bobo

The Bobo Complete Coin Vanish

49


complete thumb palm vanish \n to outer breast pocket, while pulling up the sleeve \n j. b. bobo
1952
J. B. Bobo

Complete Thumb Palm Vanish

50


kneezy vanish \n coin through knee, twice \n unknown \n kneesy! \n nate leipzig
1952
Unknown

Kneezy Vanish

Related to 
50


sucker vanish \n \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Sucker Vanish

50


pocket vanish \n coin through trouser to the inside pocket, then it vanishes \n unknown \n money in the pocket \n jack vosburgh \n through the pantleg \n unknown \n gary kurtz
1952
Unknown

Pocket Vanish

Related to 
52


with a handkerchief  number one \n coin is dropped into the outer breast coat pocket \n unknown
1952
Unknown

With a Handkerchief  Number One

53


with a handkerchief  number two \n coin vanishes under a handkerchief on the table, back palm to side pocket \n jimmy buffaloe
1952
Jimmy Buffaloe

With a Handkerchief  Number Two

55


with a handkerchief  number three \n coin is thrown into outer pocket \n milton kort
1952
Milton Kort

With a Handkerchief  Number Three

56


in a spectator's pocket \n three methods
a. into spectator's outer breast pocket, back palm
b. into spectator's outer breast pocket, thumb palm
c. hand is put into spectator's outer breast pocket to pull him closer (wallace lee method) \n wallace lee \n unknown
1952
Wallace Lee, Unknown

In a Spectator's Pocket

57


bluff vanish \n pretending to take a coin from a handful of change \n unknown \n tipsy coin vanish \n tom gagnon
1952
Unknown

Bluff Vanish

Variations 
59


sucker bluff vanish \n \n milton kort
1952
Milton Kort

Sucker Bluff Vanish

59


the coin fold \n paperfold \n unknown
1952
Unknown

The Coin Fold

61


the envelope vanish \n slit \n unknown
1952
Unknown

The Envelope Vanish

61


through the leg \n two methods \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Through the Leg

63


rubbed through the leg \n through leg \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Rubbed Through the Leg

64


through the pocket \n three methods
a. one coin
b. with extra coin
c. false transfer (dave coleman method) \n dave coleman \n unknown
1952
Dave Coleman, Unknown

Through the Pocket

65


through the hand \n three methods a. inside out (clyde cairy method) b. through the fist, rubbing c. inside out (ross bertram method) \n ross bertram \n clyde cairy \n unknown
1952
Ross Bertram, Clyde Cairy, Unknown

Through the Hand

66


through a handkerchief \n two methods (fake wrapping and steal) \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Through a Handkerchief

68


double penetration \n two coins through handkerchief \n jimmy buffaloe
1952
Jimmy Buffaloe

Double Penetration

71


pants leg miracle \n half dollar transforms into a dime when placed into a trousers fold \n jimmy buffaloe
1952
Jimmy Buffaloe

Pants Leg Miracle

73


half dollar to quarter \n \n milton kort
1952
Milton Kort

Half Dollar to Quarter

73


the charmed coin \n coin to candy \n unknown
1952
Unknown

The Charmed Coin

75


the coin of metamorphosis \n \n dr. e. m. roberts \n reverse metamorphosis \n bill spooner
1952
Dr. E. M. Roberts

The Coin of Metamorphosis

Variations 
75


coin to key \n \n j. b. bobo \n the ghost coin and key \n j. b. bobo
1952
J. B. Bobo

Coin to Key

Related to 
78


change for a half \n half dollar to a quarter, a nickel and two dimes \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Change for a Half

80


much from little \n nickel to penny and half dollar, edge grip \n john braun \n inflation cent \n jerry mentzer
1952
John Braun

Much from Little

Variations 
80


the topsy turvy coins \n five coins alternated heads up/tails up arrange to all heads up \n karrell fox \n roy kissell
1952
Karrell Fox, Roy Kissell

The Topsy Turvy Coins

81


the impromptu mint \n coin transforms under a card \n jimmy buffaloe
1952
Jimmy Buffaloe

The Impromptu Mint

82


smart coin trick \n on the back of the hand \n frank chapman
1952
Frank Chapman

Smart Coin Trick

83


the switchover \n coin appears out of a handkerchief \n jimmy buffaloe
1952
Jimmy Buffaloe

The Switchover

85


the appearing half \n coin appears with aid of a handkerchief \n jimmy buffaloe
1952
Jimmy Buffaloe

The Appearing Half

87


coin production from two cards \n \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Coin Production from Two Cards

88


the touch of midas \n four coins are produced \n cardini
1952
Cardini

The Touch of Midas

90


one to four \n \n cal emmett
1952
Cal Emmett

One to Four

92


one to six \n \n jack chanin
1952
Jack Chanin

One to Six

93


cuffing \n two methods \n dr. e. m. roberts \n louis tannen \n unknown
1952
Dr. E. M. Roberts, Louis Tannen, Unknown

Cuffing

96


some observations on the subject \n remarks on sleeving \n j. b. bobo
1952
J. B. Bobo

Some Observations on the Subject

99


delayed action sleeving \n \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Delayed Action Sleeving

100


improved method \n on the extreme fingertips \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Improved Method

101


the "pumpkin seed" vanish \n squeeze method \n unknown \n pumpkin seed split \n tom gagnon
1952
Unknown

The "Pumpkin Seed" Vanish

Variations 
101


reverse "pumpkin seed" vanish \n squeeze method \n ross bertram
1952
Ross Bertram

Reverse "Pumpkin Seed" Vanish

102


the catapult \n \n unknown \n coin transformation \n unknown
1952
Unknown

The Catapult

Related to 
102


judah method \n while grasping the wrist \n stewart judah
1952
Stewart Judah

Judah Method

103


a unique sleeving move \n \n ross bertram
1952
Ross Bertram

A Unique Sleeving Move

103


the throw \n \n j. a. bowling
1952
J. A. Bowling

The Throw

104


kort method \n \n milton kort
1952
Milton Kort

Kort Method

105


kirk stiles method \n \n kirk stiles
1952
Kirk Stiles

Kirk Stiles Method

106


a method of sleeving one of several coins \n \n milton kort
1952
Milton Kort

A Method of Sleeving One of Several Coins

107


dr. e. m. roberts' method \n one handed flick \n dr. e. m. roberts \n flick sleeving handling \n dr. e. m. roberts \n walter "sonny" day
1952
Dr. E. M. Roberts

Dr. E. M. Roberts' Method

Variations 
107


loading \n four methods of loading a coin into the sleeve \n unknown \n dr. e. m. roberts
1952
Unknown, Dr. E. M. Roberts

Loading

111


switching \n switching coins by sleeving \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Switching

112


the sleeve pocket \n \n unknown
1952
Unknown

The Sleeve Pocket

112


penetration \n coin through table \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Penetration

113


coin through table ruse \n simulating the tabbing of a coin from underneath the table \n frank garcia
1952
Frank Garcia

Coin Through Table Ruse

114


migration \n two methods \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Migration

114


transposition \n two coins transpose while wrapped into two silks \n dr. e. m. roberts
1952
Dr. E. M. Roberts

Transposition

115


devaluation \n half dollar to quarter \n tenkai ishida
1952
Tenkai Ishida

Devaluation

117


inflation \n quarter to half dollar \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Inflation

118


transformation \n nickel to half dollar \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Transformation

118


variation \n concept for transforming a coin to a small object \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Variation

119


dime and penny for the wiseacre \n one of two coins vanishes, designed as magician fooler \n al saal \n milton kort
1952
Al Saal, Milton Kort

Dime and Penny for the Wiseacre

120


a novel vanish and reproduction \n with pencil, see also "the kaplan transposition" on page 447 in "hugard's magic monthly" \n paul rosini
1952
Paul Rosini

A Novel Vanish and Reproduction

121


the vagabond coins \n four coins across \n milton kort
1952
Milton Kort

The Vagabond Coins

121


splitting the atom \n half dollar to two quarters and reverse (wax) \n dr. e. m. roberts
1952
Dr. E. M. Roberts

Splitting the Atom

123


change for a dollar \n two half dollars to one dollar bill \n dr. e. m. roberts
1952
Dr. E. M. Roberts

Change for a Dollar

124


the stratosphere quarters \n four coins vanish and reappear \n dr. e. m. roberts
1952
Dr. E. M. Roberts

The Stratosphere Quarters

124


the world's fastest coin vanish and reproduction \n \n dr. e. m. roberts
1952
Dr. E. M. Roberts

The World's Fastest Coin Vanish and Reproduction

125


die to dime \n coin to small object \n kirk stiles
1952
Kirk Stiles

Die to Dime

127


almost a transposition \n transposition of dime and penny, as a kicker the dime transforms into two nickels \n stewart james \n milton kort \n almost a transposition \n stewart james
1952
Stewart James, Milton Kort

Almost a Transposition

Related to 
127


second version \n \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Second Version

128


third version \n \n milton kort \n robert ungewitter
1952
Milton Kort, Robert Ungewitter

Third Version

128


copper and silver transposition \n \n milton kort \n dazzle change #2 \n ben harris \n kort's copper and silver transposition (the director's cut) \n milton kort
1952
Milton Kort

Copper and Silver Transposition

Related to 
129


loading move \n from thumb palm \n milton kort \n hand load \n al schneider \n milton kort
1952
Milton Kort

Loading Move

Related to 
130


second method \n \n stewart judah
1952
Stewart Judah

Second Method

130


third method \n \n arthur punnar
1952
Arthur Punnar

Third Method

131


fourth method \n three phases, two coins transpose, travel and vanish \n ross bertram
1952
Ross Bertram

Fourth Method

132


guess which hand \n spectator guesses in which hand the performer hides a coin, six phases \n c. james mclemore
1952
C. James McLemore

Guess Which Hand

134


quarter and half dollar transposition \n several times a half dollar and a quarter change places, finally the half dollar changes to two quarters \n laurie ireland \n glenn harrison \n j. b. bobo \n quarter and half dollar transposition \n laurie ireland \n the new quarter and half dollar transposition \n unknown
1952
Laurie Ireland, Glenn Harrison, J. B. Bobo

Quarter and Half Dollar Transposition

Related to 
139


the curious nickel \n coin travels from hand to hand, appears and vanishes with the aid of a rabbit foot \n thomas h. bearden
1952
Thomas H. Bearden

The Curious Nickel

142


two pennies on the leg \n \n james g. thompson jr. \n the ball beneath \n jackie mcclements
1952
James G. Thompson Jr.

Two Pennies on the Leg

Variations 
143


the inseparable pair \n crossed handed \n unknown
1952
Unknown

The Inseparable Pair

144


drop switch \n crossed handed \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Drop Switch

144


coins in the teeth \n \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Coins in the Teeth

146


the drop pass \n \n jimmy buffaloe
1952
Jimmy Buffaloe

The Drop Pass

146


the drop pass \n \n jimmy buffaloe
1952
Jimmy Buffaloe

The Drop Pass

146


the hippity hop half \n \n jimmy buffaloe
1952
Jimmy Buffaloe

The Hippity Hop Half

147


rapid transit \n \n royal h. brin, jr.
1952
Royal H. Brin, Jr.

Rapid Transit

149


winged silver \n four coins travel one by one, extra \n nelson hahne
1952
Nelson Hahne

Winged Silver

149


improved version \n with an odd coin as an attraction of the other coins \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Improved Version

151


the flying eagles \n three coins in the left join three coins in the right one by one \n unknown \n flying eagles \n harvey telmar
1952
Unknown

The Flying Eagles

Variations 
152


variation \n \n senor charles mardo
1952
Senor Charles Mardo

Variation

153


three and three \n \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Three and Three

153


chinese money mystery \n \n unknown \n camilos münzenroutine \n camilo vázquez
1952
Unknown

Chinese Money Mystery

Variations 
154


frank drobina's coin routine \n five small coins from hand to hand, five phases, in spectator's pocket and with marked coin
\n frank drobina
1952
Frank Drobina

Frank Drobina's Coin Routine

156


four coins to a glass \n \n arthur h. buckley
1952
Arthur H. Buckley

Four Coins to a Glass

160


coin production \n from edge palm \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Coin Production

161


second version \n \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Second Version

163


the traveling centavos \n coins to dice cup \n j. b. bobo \n coins across \n bob read
1952
J. B. Bobo

The Traveling Centavos

Related to 
164


miracle coins to the pocket \n coins to glass in jacket pocket, tube from breast to coat pocket, in the book credited to glenn harrison, see giobbi for credit detail \n eddie fields \n glenn harrison \n the ten most underestimated tricks \n roberto giobbi
1952
Eddie Fields, Glenn Harrison

Miracle Coins to the Pocket

Related to 
168


coin through a ring \n with a handkerchief, two methods
 a.) folding coin
 b.) fake wrapping \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Coin Through a Ring

171


silver or copper extraction \n two coins wrapped in handkerchief, spectator can chose which should penetrate. three methods \n stewart judah \n orville wayne meyer
1952
Stewart Judah, Orville Wayne Meyer

Silver or Copper Extraction

174


copper penetration \n two coins, one is wrapped into a handkerchief and hold by the spectator, the other coin penetrates the silk \n unknown \n expansion of texture \n l'homme masqué \n jeaneugène roberthoudin \n dai vernon \n expansion of texture \n al schneider \n pete biro
1952
Unknown

Copper Penetration

Related to 
178


the expansion of texture  expanded! \n two coins, one is wrapped into a handkerchief and hold by the spectator, the other coin penetrates the silk \n jeaneugène roberthoudin \n l'homme masqué \n dai vernon \n whose? \n unknown
1952
JeanEugène RobertHoudin, L'Homme Masqué, Dai Vernon

The Expansion of Texture  Expanded!

Related to 
181


the gadabout coins \n two in the hand, one in the pocket \n j. b. bobo \n george f. wright \n "the alleurian coins" by george f. wright in "the linking ring" 1/1950 \n the mexican gadabout coins \n milton kort \n gadabout coins revisited \n ron bauer
1952
J. B. Bobo, George F. Wright

The Gadabout Coins

Inspired by "The Alleurian Coins" by George F. Wright in "The Linking Ring" 1/1950
Variations 
182


coin through hand \n \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Coin through Hand

183


the three coin trick \n three coins vanish one by one and appear again, the last one in the spectator's pocket, three methods \n milton kort
1952
Milton Kort

The Three Coin Trick

184


coin through hand \n with extra coin \n john ramsay
1952
John Ramsay

Coin through Hand

185


the bent penny \n coin bends in spectator's hand \n unknown
1952
Unknown

The Bent Penny

186


silver extraction \n coin to transparent coin \n dr. boris zola \n french extraction retraction \n richard bartram, jr. \n painless extraction \n geoffrey latta \n silver lining \n geoffrey latta
1952
Dr. Boris Zola

Silver Extraction

Variations 
187


the ghost of a coin \n half dollar to glass disc, two methods \n unknown \n wallace lee
1952
Unknown, Wallace Lee

The Ghost of a Coin

188


coins through the table \n eight coins, four penetrate the table, four versions
1.) classic han ping chien
2.) without putting the coins on the knee
3.) with an odd ninth coin
4.) steward judah, six pennies, one nickel \n han ping chien \n j. b. bobo \n stewart judah
1952
Han Ping Chien, J. B. Bobo, Stewart Judah

Coins Through the Table

191


han ping chien \n \n han ping chien
1952
Han Ping Chien

Han Ping Chien

191


the magical filtration of four half dollars \n four coins through the table, one by one, with a variation on the last coin by frank garcia \n al baker \n frank garcia \n the magical filtration of four half dollars \n al baker \n the bean coins \n johnny thompson
1952
Al Baker, Frank Garcia

The Magical Filtration of Four Half Dollars

Related toVariations 
193


here is frank's method \n for last coin through table \n frank garcia
1952
Frank Garcia

Here is Frank's method

196


the sympathetic coins \n on a handkerchief with two pieces of paper \n yank hoe
1952
Yank Hoe

The Sympathetic Coins

197


second version \n on a handkerchief with two pieces of paper, with extra coin \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Second Version

198


the al saal stratagem \n move to transfer a coin \n al saal \n the sympathetic coins \n yank hoe
1952
Al Saal

The Al Saal Stratagem

Inspired by 
198


third version \n with pennies and playing cards \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Third Version

199


fourth version the changing change \n coins with different values, covered with two bills, extra coin \n stewart james
1952
Stewart James

Fourth Version The Changing Change

199


the coin roll \n \n unknown
1952
Unknown

The Coin Roll

201


the downs coin star \n with wax on one coin \n t. nelson downs
1952
T. Nelson Downs

The Downs Coin Star

202


roll down flourish with four coins \n four coin rollout \n unknown \n four coin roll out \n arthur h. buckley
1952
Unknown

Roll Down Flourish with Four Coins

Related to 
204


downs eureka pass \n four coins vanish and appear one by one, transfer of back palmed coins \n t. nelson downs
1952
T. Nelson Downs

Downs Eureka Pass

205


"eureka" routine \n four coins vanish and appear \n arthur punnar
1952
Arthur Punnar

"Eureka" Routine

206


rattle box routine \n coin penetrates glass and table, other coin travels from box to glass, rattle box \n stewart judah
1952
Stewart Judah

Rattle Box Routine

207


thieves and sheep \n two extra coins \n milton kort \n stewart james
1952
Milton Kort, Stewart James

Thieves and Sheep

208


just pretend \n coin vanishes and appears \n stuart p. cramer
1952
Stuart P. Cramer

Just Pretend

210


downs palm load \n \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Downs Palm Load

211


the free and ultimate coinage of silver \n coin is vanished, spectator selects object on the table under it is the coin. then under all the objects is a coin \n unknown \n the free and unlimited coinage of silver \n t. nelson downs
1952
Unknown

The Free and Ultimate Coinage of Silver

Related to 
213


coins and cards \n three coins appear under three cards, are vanished and reappear under the cards. six coins \n glenn harrison \n bonus features \n richard bartram, jr. \n underload (アンダーロード) \n tomoya horiki \n underload \n tomoya horiki
1952
Glenn Harrison

Coins and Cards

Related toVariations 
214


the okito coin box \n history \n theo "okito" bamberg
1952
Theo "Okito" Bamberg

The Okito Coin Box

217


okito box move \n \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Okito Box Move

218


another way \n okito box turnover \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Another Way

219


one hand method \n okito box turnover \n unknown
1952
Unknown

One Hand Method

219


hand to hand throw \n okito box turnover \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Hand to Hand Throw

220


coin through box and the hand \n with a description of four coins through table with the okito box \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Coin Through Box and the Hand

221


okito box, coin and handkerchief \n marked coin from box to handkerchief \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Okito Box, Coin and Handkerchief

221


routine with an okito box and a silk \n four coins vanish \n jack chanin
1952
Jack Chanin

Routine with an Okito Box and a Silk

223


silver to copper with the okito coin box \n \n dr. carl l. moore
1952
Dr. Carl L. Moore

Silver to Copper with the Okito Coin Box

224


the half dollars and the okito box \n five coins, shell \n j. elder blackledge \n coin box \n james lewis \n the jumping bean coins \n harry riser
1952
J. Elder Blackledge

The Half Dollars and the Okito Box

Related toVariations 
224


the george boston combination coin box \n coins penetrate box and hand \n george boston
1952
George Boston

The George Boston Combination Coin Box

230


copper silver transposition with the combination coin box \n \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Copper Silver Transposition with the Combination Coin Box

231


the german coin box \n bert kalmar coin box variation \n unknown
1952
Unknown

The German Coin Box

231


the paul fox coin boxes \n three versions \n paul fox
1952
Paul Fox

The Paul Fox Coin Boxes

233


sqeeze play \n coin through hole in poker chip and ring, with handkerchief, shell \n stewart james
1952
Stewart James

Sqeeze Play

235


jimmy valentine picks a lock \n two coins wrapped in handkerchief and the corner pulled through a padlock, one is named and that one is removed, nickel & penny set \n stewart james
1952
Stewart James

Jimmy Valentine Picks a Lock

236


money paper \n paper disc penetrates a stack of four pennies and ends up inside a business card, nickel & penny set \n stewart james
1952
Stewart James

Money Paper

237


almost a transposition \n trasposition of dime and penny, as a kicker the dime transforms into two nickels, nickel & penny set, dime & penny set \n stewart james \n almost a transposition \n stewart james \n milton kort
1952
Stewart James

Almost a Transposition

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238


the homing coins \n three coins travel back under a handkerchief, 21 cent shell set \n alfred caroselli
1952
Alfred Caroselli

The Homing Coins

239


the circus trick \n several coins vanish from a handkerchief, 21 cent shell set \n unknown
1952
Unknown

The Circus Trick

240


the 16¢ vanish \n several coins vanish out of the hand, 21 cent shell set \n unknown
1952
Unknown

The 16¢ Vanish

241


85¢ through the table (the $1.35 trick) \n several coins through handkerchief and table, $1.35 shell set \n rolland hamblen
1952
Rolland Hamblen

85¢ Through the Table (The $1.35 Trick)

241


copper and silver transposition \n all with copper/silver coin
 number one
 number two
 number three
 number four (j. g. thompson, jr.) \n unknown \n james g. thompson jr. \n copper and silver transposition \n unknown \n james g. thompson jr.
1952
Unknown, James G. Thompson Jr.

Copper and Silver Transposition

Also published here 
243


presto chango \n two coins change several times from silver to copper and back, copper/silver coin \n thomas h. bearden \n it's all an illusion \n kevin moran \n presto chango \n thomas h. bearden \n presto gallo \n mike gallo \n transpo chango \n geoffrey latta \n presto chango \n johnny thompson
1952
Thomas H. Bearden

Presto Chango

Related toVariationsAlso published here 
245


the inferior coin \n two silver one copper, copper vanishes and reappears three times, in the end there are two copper and one silver coin, copper /silver coin \n milton kort
1952
Milton Kort

The Inferior Coin

246


thieves and sheep \n with double facer \n lillian bobo \n dueling pianos \n mahdi gilbert \n electric sheep \n tomoya horiki
1952
Lillian Bobo

Thieves and Sheep

Related toVariations 
249


in and out \n with handkerchief, copper/silver coin \n hen fetsch
1952
Hen Fetsch

In and Out

249


up their sleeve \n coin in spectator's sleeve and magician's sleeve transpose, copper/silver \n hen fetsch
1952
Hen Fetsch

Up Their Sleeve

250


buddha's coin \n silver coin is sandwiched between two copper coins, it transposes with a copper coin wrapped in buddha papers, double facer \n hen fetsch \n buddha's coin \n hen fetsch
1952
Hen Fetsch

Buddha's Coin

Also published here 
252


the stack of quarters \n six quarters covered with cone transform into pennies, quarters are found in the hand \n nate leipzig \n rolland hamblen
1952
Nate Leipzig, Rolland Hamblen

The Stack of Quarters

253


second method \n stack of quarters covered with a bill tube transforms into pennies, quarters are reappear in purse \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Second Method

255


the hook coin \n different stratagems \n unknown
1952
Unknown

The Hook Coin

256


the magnet \n handlings for steel coin and magnet \n unknown
1952
Unknown

The Magnet

258


vanish \n vanish of a steel coin, with magnet \n milton kort
1952
Milton Kort

Vanish

259


sundry gimmicked coins and tricks therewith \n \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Sundry Gimmicked Coins and Tricks Therewith

260


nickel to half dollar \n special folding half with nickel soldered to center section \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Nickel to Half Dollar

260


liberty head half and u.s. penny \n \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Liberty Head Half and U.S. Penny

260


the ring coin \n coin with ring glued to it \n unknown
1952
Unknown

The Ring Coin

261


short changed \n several coins vanish, glued coins with hook \n gene gordon
1952
Gene Gordon

Short Changed

262


the marksman \n hole appears in coin \n jimmy buffaloe
1952
Jimmy Buffaloe

The Marksman

263


the squirting nickel \n when pressed, water squirts out \n unknown
1952
Unknown

The Squirting Nickel

264


the shell half \n general remarks \n j. b. bobo
1952
J. B. Bobo

The Shell Half

265


mystery with a half shell \n two coins, one appears and vanishes \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Mystery with a Half Shell

265


shell split \n shell and coin are clipped in front palm, coin thrown, shell kept in position \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Shell Split

265


how to make money \n one coin appears, two coins are rubbed together and one transforms into a quarter \n unknown
1952
Unknown

How to Make Money

266


three questions \n two half dollars  one has an x on one side  are rubbed together, the marked coin transforms to a quarter with an x on it \n dave coleman
1952
Dave Coleman

Three Questions

268


coin through a glass \n two coins in a glass, one coin travels visually into the other glass \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Coin Through a Glass

268


perfect coin through handkerchief \n shell \n jimmy buffaloe
1952
Jimmy Buffaloe

Perfect Coin Through Handkerchief

270


25¢ and 50¢ transposition \n quarter and half dollar change places, in the end both are halves \n dr. carl l. moore
1952
Dr. Carl L. Moore

25¢ and 50¢ Transposition

272


the peregrinating halves \n four half dollar coins from hand to hand, one by one \n unknown
1952
Unknown

The Peregrinating Halves

273


shell split move \n \n unknown \n shell unload \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Shell Split Move

Related to 
274


coins through the table \n with shell and glass \n milton kort \n solo coins through table \n roy johnson
1952
Milton Kort

Coins Through the Table

Variations 
276


removing shell from stack \n in spectator's hand \n milton kort
1952
Milton Kort

Removing Shell from Stack

278


the protean coin \n coin changes from copper to silver several times \n milton kort
1952
Milton Kort

The Protean Coin

279


the sympathetic coin \n on handkerchief, one card, three silver & one copper, shell \n milton kort \n sympathetic coins variation \n camilo vázquez
1952
Milton Kort

The Sympathetic Coin

Variations 
282


shell pickup under a card \n \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Shell Pickup Under a Card

283


the modern miser \n five coins appear \n unknown
1952
Unknown

The Modern Miser

285


the folding half \n introduction \n j. b. bobo
1952
J. B. Bobo

The Folding Half

286


the half dollar in the bottle \n \n ralph de shong
1952
Ralph De Shong

The Half Dollar in the Bottle

286


second method \n \n stewart judah \n soda jerk \n tom gagnon
1952
Stewart Judah

Second Method

Variations 
288


the magic mint \n nickel in the hand, half dollar appears, nickel transforms into another half dollar \n unknown
1952
Unknown

The Magic Mint

289


biting a piece from a coin \n \n gene gordon
1952
Gene Gordon

Biting a Piece from a Coin

290


second version \n coin bite \n tom hollingsworth
1952
Tom Hollingsworth

Second Version

291


coin through a card (the folding quarter) \n with handkerchief \n dave coleman
1952
Dave Coleman

Coin Through a Card (The Folding Quarter)

291


coin switch \n with handkerchief \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Coin Switch

293


a comedy coin routine \n coins appear and travel into spectator's hand, coin tray, coin wand \n dave coleman
1952
Dave Coleman

A Comedy Coin Routine

294


coin in the banana \n marked coin should appear in banana, boy already ate it, coin is produced with a wand from the boy's mouth \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Coin in the Banana

298


coin in ball of wool and nest of boxes \n entertaining routine with trick funnel and magic awl \n rolland hamblen
1952
Rolland Hamblen

Coin in Ball of Wool and Nest of Boxes

299


flight three \n three marked coins travel to a pile of ten coins a spectator is holding, coin tray \n glenn harrison
1952
Glenn Harrison

Flight Three

303


the miser's dream \n general remarks and history \n j. b. bobo
1952
J. B. Bobo

The Miser's Dream

306


t. nelson downs' original version \n with a hat, includes different palming techniques \n t. nelson downs
1952
T. Nelson Downs

T. Nelson Downs' Original Version

308


production of any number of coins at finger tips \n \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Production Of Any Number Of Coins At Finger Tips

316


to pass a coin trough the knees \n \n unknown
1952
Unknown

To Pass a Coin Trough the Knees

316


the elusive pass \n vanish of several coins \n unknown
1952
Unknown

The Elusive Pass

317


new changeover palm \n \n unknown
1952
Unknown

New ChangeOver Palm

318


downs' new "click" pass \n \n t. nelson downs
1952
T. Nelson Downs

Downs' New "Click" Pass

318


downs' new fan pass \n \n t. nelson downs \n modified down's fan pass \n mike gallo
1952
T. Nelson Downs

Downs' New Fan Pass

Variations 
320


the downs' eureka pass \n \n unknown \n downs eureka pass \n t. nelson downs
1952
Unknown

The Downs' Eureka Pass

Related to 
320


the "turnover" with forty coins \n \n unknown
1952
Unknown

The "Turnover" with Forty Coins

320


to palm and make the pass with forty coins \n \n t. nelson downs
1952
T. Nelson Downs

To Palm and Make the Pass with Forty Coins

321


the miser's dream \n with bucket \n glenn harrison
1952
Glenn Harrison

The Miser's Dream

322


the miser's dream \n with glass \n m.s. whitford
1952
M.S. Whitford

The Miser's Dream

326


a miser's dream routine \n with wine glass \n jack makepeace
1952
Jack Makepeace

A Miser's Dream Routine

329


perpetual coins \n coin production, coins are always put in the pocket \n harry bernard
1952
Harry Bernard

Perpetual Coins

330


t. nelson downs \n some comments \n stanley collins
1952
Stanley Collins

T. Nelson Downs

332


william j. hilliar \n \n stanley collins
1952
Stanley Collins

William J. Hilliar

332


l'homme masqué \n \n stanley collins
1952
Stanley Collins

L'Homme Masqué

333


allen shaw \n \n stanley collins
1952
Stanley Collins

Allen Shaw

333


owen clark \n \n stanley collins \n miser's daydream \n tom gagnon
1952
Stanley Collins

Owen Clark

Variations 
333


charles morritt \n \n stanley collins
1952
Stanley Collins

Charles Morritt

334


morritt's purse trick \n purse palm \n stanley collins \n contemporary purse swindle \n tom gagnon
1952
Stanley Collins

Morritt's Purse Trick

Variations 
334


three coin monte \n three coins, one is labeled, monte \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Three Coin Monte

336


the jumping sixpence \n coin turns or jumps from wrist \n unknown
1952
Unknown

The Jumping Sixpence

337


the esscee halfcrown and wafers trick \n with stickers \n stanley collins
1952
Stanley Collins

The Esscee HalfCrown and Wafers Trick

338


two heads and a tail \n \n unknown
1952
Unknown

Two Heads and a Tail

339


the esscee front and back manipulation \n \n stanley collins
1952
Stanley Collins

The Esscee Front and Back Manipulation

340


routine no. 1 with a single coin \n \n j. b. bobo
1952
J. B. Bobo

Routine No. 1 With a Single Coin

341


routine no. 2 with a single coin \n \n j. b. bobo
1952
J. B. Bobo

Routine No. 2 With a Single Coin

341


routine no. 3 with a single coin \n \n j. b. bobo
1952
J. B. Bobo

Routine No. 3 With a Single Coin

342


routine no. 4 \n with copper/silver \n j. b. bobo
1952
J. B. Bobo

Routine No. 4

342


routine no. 5 \n with handkerchief \n j. b. bobo
1952
J. B. Bobo

Routine No. 5

343


routine no. 6 \n \n j. b. bobo
1952
J. B. Bobo

Routine No. 6

343


routine no. 7 \n with handkerchief \n j. b. bobo
1952
J. B. Bobo

Routine No. 7

344


routine no. 8 \n \n j. b. bobo
1952
J. B. Bobo

Routine No. 8

344


routine no. 9 \n \n j. b. bobo
1952
J. B. Bobo

Routine No. 9

344


routine no. 10 \n shell \n j. b. bobo
1952
J. B. Bobo

Routine No. 10

345


routine no. 11 \n \n j. b. bobo
1952
J. B. Bobo

Routine No. 11

345


routine no. 12 \n \n j. b. bobo
1952
J. B. Bobo

Routine No. 12

346


routine no. 13 \n \n j. b. bobo
1952
J. B. Bobo

Routine No. 13

346


routine no. 14 \n with dice cup \n milton kort
1952
Milton Kort

Routine No. 14

346


routine no. 15 too many coins \n \n milton kort
1952
Milton Kort

Routine No. 15 Too Many Coins

348


routine no. 16 \n with boston and lippincott coin box \n rolland hamblen
1952
Rolland Hamblen

Routine No. 16

349


routine no. 17 \n \n james g. thompson jr.
1952
James G. Thompson Jr.

Routine No. 17

350

