tools of the trade \n tips on (classic) palming \n j. b. bobo
1966
J. B. Bobo

Tools of the Trade

354



technique \n on routining coin magic \n j. b. bobo
1966
J. B. Bobo

Technique

355



change in a spectator's hand \n half dollar to chinese coin \n unknown
1966

Change in a Spectator's Hand

356



the come and go coin \n coin appears from handkerchief, penetrates it and vanishes (originally from gen) \n j. b. bobo
1966
J. B. Bobo

The Come and Go Coin

357



the goshman pinch \n tenkai not mentioned \n albert goshman
1966
Albert Goshman

The Goshman Pinch

359



the instantaneous coin change \n visibly when tossed, pinch \n howard schwarzman \n visilco \n obie o'brien \n the really, really instantaneous coin change \n earl "presto" johnson \n the really, really instantaneous coin change \n earl "presto" johnson
1966
Howard Schwarzman

The Instantaneous Coin Change

Related toVariations

361



impossible marked coins transposition \n two marked coins change places twice \n albert goshman
1966
Albert Goshman

Impossible Marked Coins Transposition

362



the tenkai pennies \n \n tenkai ishida \n kamikazee koins \n rick johnsson \n matrimoney \n tyler wilson \n speaking volumes \n steve draun
1966
Tenkai Ishida

The Tenkai Pennies

Related toVariations

363



tenkai pennies point transfer \n \n tenkai ishida
1966
Tenkai Ishida

Tenkai Pennies Point Transfer

363



copsil \n copper coin introduced later (originally from linking ring) \n edward marlo
1966
Edward Marlo

Copsil

364



moveless false transfer \n \n unknown
1966

Moveless False Transfer

366



visible change \n \n unknown
1966

Visible Change

367



copsil ii  standup version \n with "alternative standup ending" \n edward marlo
1966
Edward Marlo

Copsil II  StandUp Version

367



psychological coins through \n (originally from mum & gen) \n tony slydini
1966
Tony Slydini

Psychological Coins Through

369



standup coins across \n using sleeve (originally from linking ring) \n c. l. schmitt
1966
C. L. Schmitt

Standup Coins Across

371



penny and nickel transposition \n \n herb zarrow \n the tenkai pennies \n tenkai ishida
1966
Herb Zarrow

Penny and Nickel Transposition

Inspired by

373



the placement \n \n milton kort
1966
Milton Kort

The Placement

374



in the well \n \n milton kort \n dave hertzberg \n in the well vanish \n ron bauer
1966
Milton Kort, Dave Hertzberg

In the Well

Variations

375



under the thumb \n \n milton kort \n hugh maclean
1966
Milton Kort, Hugh MacLean

Under the Thumb

375



the cartwheel sleight \n for one or more coins \n kirk stiles \n 3 coin moves  vanish number 1 \n jerry mentzer
1966
Kirk Stiles

The Cartwheel Sleight

Variations

376



progressive production \n five coins produced \n bob carver \n progressive coin production \n mary wolf \n bob carver
1966
Bob Carver

Progressive Production

Variations

377



coins from silk \n tv production \n jack chanin
1966
Jack Chanin

Coins from Silk

378



the six coins in goblet \n six coins produced one by one, they then travel from hand to glass (originally from sphinx) \n sam leo horowitz
1966
Sam Leo Horowitz

The Six Coins In Goblet

379



kort's fourth \n sympathetic coins, on handkerchief with four cardboard covers, copper transformation kicker \n milton kort
1966
Milton Kort

Kort's Fourth

382



motile \n sympathetic coins, on handkerchief (originally in phoenix) \n dr. jacob daley \n motile! \n dr. jacob daley
1966
Dr. Jacob Daley

Motile

Related to

383



sliding steal \n \n unknown
1966

Sliding Steal

384



the waiter's tip \n retention vanish underneath corner of handkerchief \n silent mora
1966
Silent Mora

The Waiter's Tip

386



"silver lining" \n half dollar from rolled bill \n milbourne christopher \n 'silver lining' \n milbourne christopher
1966
Milbourne Christopher

"Silver Lining"

Also published here

387



dollar flight \n both hands cover a dollar coin on table, one travels to the other \n glenn harrison
1966
Glenn Harrison

Dollar Flight

389



standup coin opener \n two coins in left hand, one travels to right and is put in pocket, then travels back \n royal h. brin, jr.
1966
Royal H. Brin, Jr.

StandUp Coin Opener

389



frank ducrot's coin fold \n \n frank ducrot \n stewart judah
1966
Frank Ducrot, Stewart Judah

Frank Ducrot's Coin Fold

390



handkerchief coin vanish \n bluff \n eddie joseph
1966
Eddie Joseph

Handkerchief Coin Vanish

392



al leech's coin trick \n spellbound with surprise ending \n al leech
1966
Al Leech

Al Leech's Coin Trick

393



the great purse game \n two silver coins put in purse change to copper, originally a con game \n al baker \n great purse game steal \n geoffrey latta \n fake purse insertion \n unknown
1966
Al Baker

The Great Purse Game

Related toVariations

395



the passe coins \n two copper and two silver coins change place in purses \n john brearley
1966
John Brearley

The Passe Coins

397



passing the buck \n four coins produced from four cards, they then travel around under cards
 bobo variation \n tom osborne \n mishell's mite \n ed mishell
1966
Tom Osborne

Passing the Buck

Related to

399



the mexican gadabout coins \n with purse in which coins travels back at the end, two handlings \n milton kort \n the gadabout coins \n j. b. bobo \n george f. wright \n british gadabout coins \n andrew galloway
1966
Milton Kort

The Mexican Gadabout Coins

Inspired byVariations

405



nuts to you \n surprising final load \n jerry mcdermott
1966
Jerry McDermott

Nuts To You

406



ripo \n coin torn through borrowed handkerchief \n jack chanin
1966
Jack Chanin

Ripo

407



vanishing coins and purse \n purse vanishes underneath handkerchief, leaving frame behind \n glenn harrison
1966
Glenn Harrison

Vanishing Coins and Purse

409



followup effect \n combination \n unknown \n the homing coins \n alfred caroselli
1966

Followup Effect

Inspired by

410



chinese money trick \n chinese coin is stretched, then formed into manlike coin (originally from sphinx) \n silent mora \n eight coin trick \n eddie fechter
1966
Silent Mora

Chinese Money Trick

Variations

411



pouring pennies through a table \n glass of pennies is poured through table, bottomless glass \n mike rogers
1966
Mike Rogers

Pouring Pennies Through a Table

412



the seven penny trick \n seven coins counted into spectator's hand, one magically removed, repeated twice \n terry lynn \n coin through spectator's hand \n michael weber \n sevin \n michael weber \n the lynn pennies \n terry lynn \n voodoo coins \n michael weber \n pennytration \n harry baker \n zeit ist geld \n manuel muerte \n the magnificent seven \n harry lorayne \n the polite pickpocket \n carisa hendrix
1966
Terry Lynn

The Seven Penny Trick

Related toVariations

413



the runaway coin \n ten coins counted into spectator's hand, one travels to performer \n john giordmaine
1966
John Giordmaine

The Runaway Coin

414



penny prestidigitation \n combination routine with seven pennies \n john braun
1966
John Braun

Penny Prestidigitation

414



coin concealment \n showing both sides of card while hiding coin \n unknown \n slideback display \n stewart judah
1966

Coin Concealment

Related to

415



dollar to dollar \n dollar coin cleanly transforms into dollar bill \n jack chanin
1966
Jack Chanin

Dollar to Dollar

416



half dollar vanish \n coin vanishes when stick is pushed through hand, sticky \n stewart judah
1966
Stewart Judah

Half Dollar Vanish

417



thumb tax \n four half dollars and penny produced \n howard schwarzman
1966
Howard Schwarzman

Thumb Tax

419



shuttle pass \n pickup shuttle pass, cards can be dumped in other hand \n howard schwarzman \n shuttle pass variation \n curtis kam
1966
Howard Schwarzman

Shuttle Pass

Variations

419



wanderful \n coin production for stand up \n howard schwarzman
1966
Howard Schwarzman

Wanderful

420



a wanderful production \n four coins produced with wand, vanished and reproduced with handkerchief, shower of coins as finale \n howard schwarzman
1966
Howard Schwarzman

A Wanderful Production

420



rising coin through handkerchief \n \n richard n. oslund
1966
Richard N. Oslund

Rising Coin Through Handkerchief

422



a funny finish for a coin routine \n dividing ten coins between boys and performer, boys get nothing \n j. b. bobo
1966
J. B. Bobo

A Funny Finish for a Coin Routine

423



the camera coin \n coin between two double blank cards vanishes and leaves behind print, print becomes silver confetti \n paul morris
1966
Paul Morris

The Camera Coin

423



paddle move \n \n carl herrmann \n unknown
1966
Carl Herrmann,

Paddle Move

424



coin to confetti \n \n unknown
1966

Coin to Confetti

426



an extra load for the miser's dream \n getting a forty coin load, described by john mulholland \n t. nelson downs
1966
T. Nelson Downs

An Extra Load for the Miser's Dream

426



climax to the coin pail \n big final load \n neil foster
1966
Neil Foster

Climax to the Coin Pail

426



the miser's dream with paper bag \n \n harry louine
1966
Harry Louine

The Miser's Dream with Paper Bag

427



a surprising routine \n marked coin, silver extracted and becomes transparent, original coin in box \n rolland hamblen
1966
Rolland Hamblen

A Surprising Routine

428



the penton coin switch \n as coin is taken from spectator \n charles penton
1966
Charles Penton

The Penton Coin Switch

429



a lippincott coin box routine \n borrowed coin travels to box \n j. b. bobo
1966
J. B. Bobo

A Lippincott Coin Box Routine

430



the dam coin trick \n coin through dental dam \n unknown
1966

The Dam Coin Trick

430



the miller routine for the miser's dream \n with "some additional tips" (originally from genii) \n charlie miller
1966
Charlie Miller

The Miller Routine For The Miser's Dream

433



trick coin miscellany \n on the use of trick coins \n j. b. bobo
1966
J. B. Bobo

Trick Coin Miscellany

437



the new folding half \n \n unknown
1966

The New Folding Half

438



spinning nickels \n fall onto one side when spun \n unknown
1966

Spinning Nickels

438



magnetic coins \n \n unknown
1966

Magnetic Coins

438



regular shell coins \n \n unknown
1966

Regular Shell Coins

438



expanded shells \n \n unknown
1966

Expanded Shells

438



squirting coins \n \n unknown
1966

Squirting Coins

438



stack of halves \n \n unknown
1966

Stack of Halves

438



the chinese quarter \n double sided coin with chinese side \n unknown
1966

The Chinese Quarter

439



dime to english penny \n \n conrad h. haden
1966
Conrad H. Haden

Dime to English Penny

439



the new quarter and half dollar transposition \n gaffed version \n unknown \n quarter and half dollar transposition \n laurie ireland \n glenn harrison \n j. b. bobo
1966

The New Quarter and Half Dollar Transposition

Inspired by

439



the sun and moon \n \n albert goshman \n eclipse \n geoffrey latta
1966
Albert Goshman

The Sun and Moon

Variations

440



the silver and two copper transposition \n including "alternate version" \n conrad h. haden \n silver and two copper interlude \n tom gagnon
1966
Conrad H. Haden

The Silver and Two Copper Transposition

Variations

442



a quarter and a half \n half dollar and quarter become two half dollar and back \n sam leo horowitz
1966
Sam Leo Horowitz

A Quarter and A Half

444



quarter and half routine \n \n john mulholland
1966
John Mulholland

Quarter and Half Routine

445



a surprise routine with the $1.35 trick \n \n conrad h. haden
1966
Conrad H. Haden

A Surprise Routine with the $1.35 Trick

447



stoppard's peregrinating coins \n coin produced from purse frame, travel to glass, placed in purse frame \n james t. stoppard
1966
James T. Stoppard

Stoppard's Peregrinating Coins

447



coins through table \n four different sized coins, into glass \n walter rollins \n dissimilar coins through table \n horace e. bennett \n c.s.b.q. coins across \n geoffrey latta \n coins through table and basket vanish \n bob ostin
1966
Walter Rollins

Coins Through Table

Related toVariations

450



the coins and the matchbooks \n coins travel around underneath matchbooks \n stewart judah \n münzen und streichholzheftchen \n stewart judah
1966
Stewart Judah

The Coins and the Matchbooks

Also published here

452



the stack of nickels and die \n die placed on stack and covered, betting game that die can be moved underneath, sucker element \n j. b. bobo
1966
J. B. Bobo

The Stack of Nickels and Die

453



the stack of quarters \n \n j. b. bobo
1966
J. B. Bobo

The Stack of Quarters

455



magnetic stack of quarters \n \n milton kort
1966
Milton Kort

Magnetic Stack of Quarters

457



chinatown dollar routine \n chinese coin and dollar are in handkerchief on table, one coin removed, they transpose in various phases \n stewart judah \n shanghai express \n tom gagnon \n copper/silver switch \n stewart judah \n eine chinamünzenroutine \n stewart judah
1966
Stewart Judah

Chinatown Dollar Routine

Related toVariationsAlso published here

459



the witchdoctor's coin \n chinese coin and string routine, two routines (originally from sphinx) \n horace goldin
1966
Horace Goldin

The WitchDoctor's Coin

463



coin on the stick \n chinese coin \n j. b. bobo
1966
J. B. Bobo

Coin on the Stick

466



a copper and silver release \n coins threaded on string, penny and dime set \n stewart judah
1966
Stewart Judah

A Copper and Silver Release

468



the magic coin block routine \n trick with dealer's item \n stewart judah
1966
Stewart Judah

The Magic Coin Block Routine

469



the flash silver and copper \n silver and copper coin wrapped in flash paper in ash tray, lighted, copper penetrates ash tray, "gerald bruning" \n gerard "bruno" bruning
1966
Gerard "Bruno" Bruning

The Flash Silver and Copper

471



quick change \n dollar to half dollar to copper, vanishes, dollar reappears bent and is straightened \n c. thomas magrum
1966
C. Thomas Magrum

Quick Change

472



knickle head \n nickel on forehead, has huge thumbtack/nail on back when removed \n charles smith \n knickle head \n charles smith
1966
Charles Smith

Knickle Head

Also published here

473



the big nickel \n borrowed nickel changes into giant coin
 an alternate effect \n john giordmaine \n large coin routine \n everett lyda
1966
John Giordmaine

The Big Nickel

Variations

473



the photo coins \n coin travels from one hand to other, paper between coins, selected card appears on paper \n rolland hamblen
1966
Rolland Hamblen

The Photo Coins

475



the bowling coin wand \n \n j. a. bowling
1966
J. A. Bowling

The Bowling Coin Wand

477



nail through half dollar \n (originally from hugard's magic monthly) \n paul morris
1966
Paul Morris

Nail Through Half Dollar

478



zella's space coins \n \n u. f. grant \n zella's space coin \n u. f. grant
1966
U. F. Grant

Zella's Space Coins

Also published here

480



the phantom coins \n two methods \n u. f. grant \n phantom coins \n u. f. grant
1966
U. F. Grant

The Phantom Coins

Also published here

481



the queen bows \n coin penetrates tray and falls into glass underneath \n u. f. grant
1966
U. F. Grant

The Queen Bows

482



hanktration \n coin visibly penetrates handkerchief and falls into glass \n edward marlo \n takeshi nemoto
1966
Edward Marlo, Takeshi Nemoto

Hanktration

483



made in japan \n \n ron bauer
1966
Ron Bauer

Made In Japan

485



blasted \n coin penetrates inverted glass which is on gaffed tray \n louis tannen \n "blasted" routine \n bruce cervon
1966
Louis Tannen

Blasted

Related to

486



blasted, jr. \n \n louis tannen
1966
Louis Tannen

Blasted, Jr.

488



latest coin box magic \n introduction \n j. b. bobo
1966
J. B. Bobo

Latest Coin Box Magic

489



al'nnate \n with hole and no lid, coins disappear from within and penetrate a silk or table \n j. b. bobo
1966
J. B. Bobo

Al'NNate

489



the mulholland box \n crossbreeding of okito and al'nnate
 to cause six coins to disappear inside a closed box
 to return the six coins to the box
 coin penetrating box and hand
 another coin penetration \n john mulholland
1966
John Mulholland

The Mulholland Box

491



paul fox coin cups routine \n coins penetrate cup and hand, then cup penetrates and coins remain \n milton kort
1966
Milton Kort

Paul Fox Coin Cups Routine

495



the okorto box routine \n coins penetrate hand, spectator cannot place coins into box, box penetrates hand and coins remain, two routines \n milton kort \n walter wilson \n ron bauer \n okorto for two \n fred kaps \n the okorto box routine \n milton kort \n an okito favorite \n steve draun
1966
Milton Kort, Walter Wilson, Ron Bauer

The OKorto Box Routine

Related toVariations

497



a coin box routine \n \n kirk stiles
1966
Kirk Stiles

A Coin Box Routine

500



okito change for a half \n half dollar in box changes to quarter, two dimes and a nickel, two versions \n milton kort \n cass dmuchowski
1966
Milton Kort, Cass Dmuchowski

Okito Change for a Half

503



gag penetration with an okito box \n coin becomes bigger as it penetrates box \n milton kort \n ron bauer
1966
Milton Kort, Ron Bauer

Gag Penetration with an Okito Box

504



okito box glittering finale \n stream of glittering silver particles pours out of box, "gerald bruning" \n gerard "bruno" bruning
1966
Gerard "Bruno" Bruning

Okito Box Glittering Finale

504



"mystic coins" routine \n coins and chrome cap \n stewart judah \n mystic coins \n stewart judah
1966
Stewart Judah

"Mystic Coins" Routine

Also published here

506



a stopper with the okito coin box \n coin vanishes from box and reappears cleanly, uses card in handling \n john j. lind
1966
John J. Lind

A Stopper with the Okito Coin Box

507



okito box coin vanish \n \n oran bailey dent
1966
Oran Bailey Dent

Okito Box Coin Vanish

509


