to make a six-pence seem to fall through a table \n coin wrapped in handkerchief put on table and covered with hat, penetrates table and falls into a glass, handkerchief with coin sewn in corner \n unknown
1784
breslaw's last legacy
Unknown

To make a Six-Pence seem to fall through a Table

coin wrapped in handkerchief put on table and covered with hat, penetrates table and falls into a glass, handkerchief with coin sewn in corner

the magical filtration of four half dollars \n \n al baker \n the magical filtration of four half dollars \n al baker \n frank garcia
1941
the secret ways of al baker Al Baker

through the table \n coin on table, spectator presses performer's hand on top and it penetrates table, with a misdirection sleeving \n unknown
1947
watch this one!
Unknown

Through the Table

coin on table, spectator presses performer's hand on top and it penetrates table, with a misdirection sleeving

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
modern coin magic Al Baker, Frank Garcia

The Magical Filtration of Four Half Dollars

four coins through the table, one by one, with a variation on the last coin by Frank Garcia

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

Rattle Box Routine

coin penetrates glass and table, other coin travels from box to glass, rattle box

presto - the coins through the table \n four coins \n james g. thompson jr. \n coins thru table \n derek dingle
1956
top secrets of magic James G. Thompson Jr.

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
1966
the new modern coin magic Walter Rollins

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
1966
the new modern coin magic Stewart Judah

Chinatown Dollar Routine

chinese coin and dollar are in handkerchief on table, one coin removed, they transpose in various phases

first effect - for one coin \n single marked coin, part of "coins through the table (a complete routine)" \n john benzais \n simple filtration (シンプル・フィルトレーション) \n tomoya horiki
1967
the best of benzais John Benzais

First Effect - For One Coin

single marked coin, part of "Coins Through the Table (A Complete Routine)"

second effect (for two coins) \n with glass, part of "coins through the table (a complete routine)" \n john benzais \n kneet! \n pete biro
1967
the best of benzais John Benzais

Second Effect (For Two Coins)

with glass, part of "Coins Through the Table (A Complete Routine)"

third effect (for four coins) \n \n john benzais \n coins through the table \n john benzais \n ross bertram \n shane cobalt
1967
the best of benzais John Benzais

coins for connoisseurs \n four coins through table \n roger klause \n coins thru table \n karl fulves
1967
the art of close-up magic — volume 1 Roger Klause

dissimilar coins through table \n four different coins penetrate table, last one upwards \n horace e. bennett \n coins through table \n walter rollins
1969
the art of close-up magic — volume 2 Horace E. Bennett

Dissimilar Coins Through Table

four different coins penetrate table, last one upwards

solo coins through table \n with four coins, glass and okito box \n roy johnson \n coins through the table \n milton kort
1970
the roy johnson experience Roy Johnson

the international coin trick \n four different coins trough table with glass \n derek dingle \n international coin trick \n derek dingle \n international coin trick \n derek dingle \n international coins through table \n derek dingle
1971
dingle's deceptions with cards and coins Derek Dingle

ostin-tatious \n coin penetrates table and arrives under handkerchief on the table several time, then it changes into another coin \n roy johnson \n bob ostin \n bob ostin's "fingertip fantasies"
1971
second time around Roy Johnson, Bob Ostin

Ostin-Tatious

coin penetrates table and arrives under handkerchief on the table several time, then it changes into another coin

international coin trick \n four different coins with glass \n derek dingle \n the international coin trick \n derek dingle
1971 ca.
dingle's deceptions Derek Dingle

international coin trick \n four different coins with glass \n derek dingle \n the international coin trick \n derek dingle
1971 ca.
dingle's deceptions Derek Dingle

copper and silver through table \n two coins through table, using lever-type shell \n sheldon atterbury
1972
tarbell course in magic — volume 7 Sheldon Atterbury

international coins through table \n with different coins and a glass \n fred kaps \n münzen durch den tisch - international \n fred kaps
1972
fred kaps lecture Fred Kaps

coins thru table \n four coins
- the first coin (after thompson jr.)
- the second coin
- the third coin (after vernon)
- the last coin
- alternate handling of the first coin
- second alternate handling
see also p. 625 and p. 711 \n derek dingle \n kangaroo coins \n dai vernon \n presto - the coins through the table \n james g. thompson jr. \n direct lap \n karl fulves \n derek dingle
1973
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Derek Dingle

coins thru table \n shout out for roger klause's routine \n karl fulves \n coins for connoisseurs \n roger klause
1973
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Karl Fulves

kamikazee koins \n one of two coins (copper and silver) penetrates table, see p. 786 for credit information \n rick johnsson \n "invisible transportation" (felix greenfield, linking ring, feb. 1968) \n the tenkai pennies \n tenkai ishida \n tenkai tossover \n curtis kam
1974
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Rick Johnsson

Kamikazee Koins

one of two coins (copper and silver) penetrates table, see p. 786 for credit information

quick shot \n three coins under glass through table, glass through table as a kicker, inspired by kort's "coins through the table" from bobo \n al schneider \n milton kort
1975
al schneider on coins Al Schneider, Milton Kort

Quick Shot

three coins under glass through table, glass through table as a kicker, inspired by Kort's "Coins Through the Table" from Bobo

bottoms up \n three coins penetrate through table upwards, visibly appearing in upside down plastic beer glass, slot in glass
- the mug move
- the routine
- notes
see p. 1053 for vague dick zimmerman credit \n rick johnsson
1975
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Rick Johnsson

Bottoms Up

three coins penetrate through table upwards, visibly appearing in upside down plastic beer glass, slot in glass

elastic \n three coins dropped on table, one vanishes or penetrates table, folding coin simulates third coin, with ideas by karl fulves and j. g. thompson, jr \n de vega \n "elastic" (the sphinx, 1918)
1975
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 De Vega

Elastic

three coins dropped on table, one vanishes or penetrates table, folding coin simulates third coin, with ideas by Karl Fulves and J. G. Thompson, Jr

easy coins thru the table - plus \n four coins, first one by one and eventually all at once \n horace e. bennett \n the third coin \n horace e. bennett \n scotty york
1975
bennett's best Horace E. Bennett

Easy Coins Thru the Table - Plus

four coins, first one by one and eventually all at once

banish \n nickel and penny on table, covered with hands, one travels across, repeat, then chosen coin travels table, then both covered with card, one travels across, two coins joined with thread \n harvey rosenthal \n two coins \n morty rudnick \n two coins \n karl fulves
1976
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Harvey Rosenthal

Banish

nickel and penny on table, covered with hands, one travels across, repeat, then chosen coin travels table, then both covered with card, one travels across, two coins joined with thread

coins thru the hand \n - stand-up coins thru the table
- in the spectator's hand version (coins penetrate performer's hand and drop into spectator's hand) \n derek dingle
1976
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Derek Dingle

Coins Thru the Hand

Stand-Up Coins Thru The Table

In The Spectator's Hand Version (coins penetrate performer's hand and drop into spectator's hand)

routined magic \n match puzzle, then coin penetrates upwards through table into match box, example for routining two things \n karl fulves
1977
the magic book Karl Fulves

Routined Magic

match puzzle, then coin penetrates upwards through table into match box, example for routining two things

monedas a traves de las mesa con una sola mano \n one handed coins through table, with four coins a coin box and a glass \n arturo de ascanio \n "la circular de la escuela mágica de madrid" n° 60, 1979. \n monedas a través de las mesa a una mano \n arturo de ascanio
1978
la magia de ascanio — vol. 2 Arturo de Ascanio

Monedas a Traves de las Mesa con una Sola Mano

one handed coins through table, with four coins a coin box and a glass

Also published here

"La Circular de la Escuela Mágica de Madrid" N° 60, 1979.

münzen durch den tisch - international \n with different coins and a glass \n fred kaps \n international coins through table \n fred kaps
1978
fred kaps lecture Fred Kaps

the dream boat dazzler \n final coin through table into glass with both hands over table and spectator holds glass \n chris hampton \n china syndrome \n michael powers
1980
close-up fantasies — book i Chris Hampton

The Dream Boat Dazzler

final coin through table into glass with both hands over table and spectator holds glass

through the table \n with glass and single coin, coin seen halfway in table, using pancake coin \n steve beam
1981
steve beam on coins — volume i Steve Beam

Through the Table

with glass and single coin, coin seen halfway in table, using Pancake Coin

the third coin \n third phase for coins thru table, based on the revolve vanish \n horace e. bennett \n scotty york \n easy coins thru the table - plus \n horace e. bennett
1981
bennett's fourth book Horace E. Bennett, Scotty York

The Third Coin

third phase for coins thru table, based on the revolve vanish

international coins through table \n with glass \n derek dingle \n the international coin trick \n derek dingle
1982
the complete works of derek dingle Derek Dingle

x-ray coins \n through glass table \n derek dingle \n richard kaufman \n ken krenzel
1982
the collected almanac Derek Dingle, Richard Kaufman, Ken Krenzel

silver ascending \n three coins penetrate the table from bottom to top one by one underneath handkerchief \n larry jennings
1984
the collected almanac Larry Jennings

Silver Ascending

three coins penetrate the table from bottom to top one by one underneath handkerchief

aha! coins thru the table \n spectator's hand held unter the table, coin penetrates table onto his hand, using muscle pass, see also "credits and references" at end of book \n john cornelius \n mum, june 1981 \n glass-topped coin though table \n john cornelius
1984
at the table John Cornelius

Aha! Coins Thru The Table

spectator's hand held unter the table, coin penetrates table onto his hand, using muscle pass, see also "Credits and References" at end of book

coins thru table \n credit information, four coins penetrate a table. \n albert goshman \n al baker \n coins thru the table \n albert goshman
1985
magic by gosh Albert Goshman, Al Baker

remote drop \n no. 4, glass on chair under table, bunch of coins on table, one penetrates into glass, posed as a problem \n karl fulves
1985
s-c — contemporary money magic Karl Fulves

Remote Drop

No. 4, glass on chair under table, bunch of coins on table, one penetrates into glass, posed as a problem

irish coins through the table \n patter for coins through table using irish pennies, irish theme \n lawrence frame
1986
close-up framework Lawrence Frame

Irish Coins Through the Table

Patter for Coins through Table using Irish pennies, Irish theme

clearly impossible \n four coins and glass \n david regal \n clearly impossible (sans lap) \n david regal
1987
star quality — the magic of david regal David Regal

visible coins through the glass table \n three coins, first two penetrate upwards with other hand covering top, third one visibly \n james lewis
1988
visible coins through the glass table James Lewis

Visible Coins Through The Glass Table

three coins, first two penetrate upwards with other hand covering top, third one visibly

outboxed \n coin through table upwards into matchbox, also as coin through ceiling downwards \n karl fulves \n don nielsen
1989
money moves Karl Fulves, Don Nielsen

Outboxed

coin through table upwards into matchbox, also as coin through ceiling downwards

rub a dub \n no. 21, coin rubbed through table, backwards movement during rubbing, with bertram patter and sarles idea of using two coins of which only one penetrates \n ross bertram \n j. w. sarles
1989
self-working coin magic Ross Bertram, J. W. Sarles

Rub a Dub

No. 21, coin rubbed through table, backwards movement during rubbing, with Bertram patter and Sarles idea of using two coins of which only one penetrates

duet \n no. 55, two coins wrapped in handkerchief, named one penetrates table \n john v. hope \n robert olsen
1989
self-working coin magic John V. Hope, Robert Olsen

Duet

No. 55, two coins wrapped in handkerchief, named one penetrates table

astral coins \n no. 68, coins travel through table to under card, thread from coin to card \n karl fulves \n alex elmsley \n the astral coin rides again \n alex elmsley
1989
self-working coin magic Karl Fulves, Alex Elmsley

Astral Coins

No. 68, coins travel through table to under card, thread from coin to card

relentless \n monster coin routine
1.) four silver dollars from the purse frame
2.) the penny
3.) returning the penny to the purse frame
4.) double transposition in spectator's hand
5.) returning the penny to the purse frame (again)
6.) interlude
7.) coins through the table
8.) the bag on the purse and four more coins
9.) the penny returns
10.) the classic hang ping chien coins across
11.) the finale: returning to the beginning \n gary kurtz
1990
coin magic Gary Kurtz

Relentless

monster coin routine
1.) Four Silver Dollars from the Purse Frame
2.) The Penny
3.) Returning the Penny to the Purse Frame
4.) Double Transposition in Spectator's Hand
5.) Returning the Penny to the Purse Frame (Again)
6.) Interlude
7.) Coins Through the Table
8.) The Bag on the Purse and Four More Coins
9.) The Penny Returns
10.) The Classic Hang Ping Chien Coins Across
11.) The Finale: Returning to the Beginning

coins thru table \n four coins, with all-at-once phase
"my approach to the coins thru table takes advantage of the table." \n wesley james \n coins through table \n bev bergeron
1990
stop fooling us lecture notes Wesley James

Coins Thru Table

four coins, with all-at-once phase
"My approach to the Coins thru Table takes advantage of the table."

china syndrome \n card repeatedly penetrates table, also into spectator's hands, then coin penetrates into spectator's hands, multiple handlings \n michael powers \n the dream boat dazzler \n chris hampton
1990
top secret stuff Michael Powers

China Syndrome

card repeatedly penetrates table, also into spectator's hands, then coin penetrates into spectator's hands, multiple handlings

the astral coin rides again \n coin and two cards, coin appears, travels and penetrates table, coin threaded to card \n alex elmsley \n astral coins \n karl fulves \n alex elmsley
1994
the collected works of alex elmsley — volume 2 Alex Elmsley

The Astral Coin Rides Again

coin and two cards, coin appears, travels and penetrates table, coin threaded to card

coins in the glass \n four coins through the table into glass one by one, extra coin stuck to hand \n walter "sonny" day
1998
five times five — scotland Walter "Sonny" Day

Coins In The Glass

four coins through the table into glass one by one, extra coin stuck to hand

hole in the table \n copper and silver coins under paper-covered glass, chosen coin penetrates table, then glass itself \n jack avis
1998
vis à vis Jack Avis

Hole in the Table

copper and silver coins under paper-covered glass, chosen coin penetrates table, then glass itself

clearly impossible (sans lap) \n four coins pass visibly through a table when poured out of a clear glass \n david regal \n clearly impossible \n david regal
1999
close-up & personal David Regal

Clearly Impossible (Sans Lap)

Four coins pass visibly through a table when poured out of a clear glass

monedas a través de las mesa a una mano \n one handed coins through table, with four coins a coin box and a glass \n arturo de ascanio \n "la circular de la escuela mágica de madrid" n° 60, 1979. \n monedas a traves de las mesa con una sola mano \n arturo de ascanio
2003
la magia española del siglo xx Arturo de Ascanio

Monedas a Través de las Mesa a una Mano

one handed coins through table, with four coins a coin box and a glass

Also published here

"La Circular de la Escuela Mágica de Madrid" N° 60, 1979.

coins through everything \n through hand, table and a glass \n miguel Ángel gea
2005 (ca.)
magic with coins from the profound of madrid Miguel Ángel Gea

flipped out \n - spectator's coin across
- spectator's coin through the table \n michael powers \n ron jaxon \n antony gerard
2006
power plays Michael Powers, Ron Jaxon, Antony Gerard

münzen durch den tisch \n four coins, last in spectator's hand, with glass \n jörg alexander weber
2011
zauberkunststücke - band 3 Jörg Alexander Weber

monedas a través de la mesa \n four cons through table one by one into a glass then they penetrate table again at once \n luis piedrahita
2011
monedas y otras historias Luis Piedrahita

Monedas a través de la Mesa

four cons through table one by one into a glass then they penetrate table again at once

coins through the table \n basically benzais's routine with a ross bertram move in it \n john benzais \n ross bertram \n shane cobalt \n third effect (for four coins) \n john benzais
2012
chasing dovetails John Benzais, Ross Bertram, Shane Cobalt

Coins Through The Table

Basically Benzais's routine with a Ross Bertram move in it

what i could have had \n tricks with ingredients from a salad, linking onion rings, tomatoes through table in glass, last one is smashed and in the glass tomato juice is found \n tom ogden
2012
the f.f.f.f. book Tom Ogden

What I Could Have Had

tricks with ingredients from a salad, linking onion rings, tomatoes through table in glass, last one is smashed and in the glass tomato juice is found

toeing the mark \n handling for han ping chien move for last coin in coins through table with glass \n tom gagnon
2013
too hot for the devil Tom Gagnon

Toeing the Mark

handling for han ping chien move for last coin in coins through table with glass

ボウル (the bowl) \n three coins pass through the table and enter a large glass bowl placed underneath the table \n hiroshi sawa
2013
magic of dr. sawa (澤浩の奇術) Hiroshi Sawa

ボウル (The Bowl)

Three coins pass through the table and enter a large glass bowl placed underneath the table

high strung and lapless \n through table into glass, coin on thread
- first penetration
- second penetration
- third penetration
- fourth penetration \n vanni bossi
2016
the aretalogy of vanni bossi Vanni Bossi

the bean coins \n into glass \n johnny thompson \n kangaroo coins \n dai vernon \n the magical filtration of four half dollars \n al baker \n frank garcia
2018
the magic of johnny thompson Johnny Thompson

stand-up coin through the table \n four coins pass through table one by one, done standing at table \n tomoya horiki
2018
progress principle Tomoya Horiki

Stand-up Coin Through the Table

Four coins pass through table one by one, done standing at table

monedas canguro \n four coins through table, into glass \n joaquín navajas \n monedas canguro \n joaquín navajas
2019
monedas personales y más Joaquín Navajas

shell-acted \n shot glass upside down on card, coin apparently penetrates upwards through table and appears under glass, coin with card back on one side \n tom gagnon \n "copentro" (bob kline)
2019
gagnon unfiltered Tom Gagnon

Shell-Acted

shot glass upside down on card, coin apparently penetrates upwards through table and appears under glass, coin with card back on one side