104 entries in Coin / Effect Themes / Traveling / Coins to Glass / Glass held by Performer
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
Eduard Hensel Magische Geldangelegenheiten six coins travel into glass, with deck of cards on top, method not given, patter bei Hensel
June 1898
Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 3 No. 12)
T. Nelson Downs To Pass Ten Coins Held in Left Hand into a Glass Held in Right Hand at Arm's Length
1902 172
Friedrich "Fritz" Hügli Die Reise der Münzen. No. 8, four signed coins travel from hat to glass, with threaded coin
1926 32
The Peripatetic four coins travel from a jar to a glass, one by one, threaded coin
1935 56
Jean Hugard Manipulations and Advanced Flourishes I. With Four Coins
II. With Four Coins
III. With Five Coins
IV. With Five Coins (including Roll Down)
1935 79
Edward Victor "A Silver Collection" four coins are produced, then they travel one by one into glass
Variations 1937 36
Laurie Ireland Coin Routine with a Silk five coins from handkerchief to glass
Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1938)
Stuart P. Cramer Kids and Koins three coins travel into covered tumbler, marked coin into candy bar
July 1941
The Jinx (Issue 143)
Edward Marlo Marlo's Poor Man's Trick coin through head into glass, then through sleeve (apparently)
1942 11
The Passe Coins and Glasses from glass to glass, using coin on thread
1942/27 112
Jerry Lukins The Homing Coins up the sleeve type, four coins to glass, shell
Variations May 1945
Hugard's Magic Monthly (Vol. 2 No. 12)
Bill Simon The Startling Four Coins interlocked coin production, then coins to glass
Related to 1949 25
Sleight No. 2 several coins tipped from glass into hand, they are invisibly thrown back
1950 96
Al Leech Coins And Glass four coins to glass
1952 9
Al Leech A Quick Opener three tricks in thirty seconds, a knot appears in a silk, a golfball vanishes and reappears and a coin travels into a glass
1952 11
Arthur H. Buckley Four Coins to a Glass
1952 160
Second Version
1952 163
J. B. Bobo The Traveling Centavos coins to dice cup
Related to 1952 164
Eddie Fields, Glenn Harrison Miracle Coins to the Pocket coins to glass in jacket pocket, tube from breast to coat pocket, in the book credited to Glenn Harrison, see Giobbi for credit detail
Related to 1952 168
Coin Through a Glass two coins in a glass, one coin travels visually into the other glass
1952 268
Milton Kort Routine No. 14 with dice cup
1952 346
Fred Kaps Coins and Glass Routine
Also published here 1954 33
Sam Leo Horowitz The Six Coins In Goblet six coins produced one by one, they then travel from hand to glass (originally from Sphinx)
1966 379
James T. Stoppard Stoppard's Peregrinating Coins coin produced from purse frame, travel to glass, placed in purse frame
1966 447
Niberco Four Coins and a Tumbler four coins
1967 198
Piet Forton, Alex Elmsley Three Coins and a Glass Routine Three coins produced and travel to silk held in hand. They then vanish and travel to glass
Also published here 1967 5
Piet Forton Drei Münzen - ein Glas three coins produced and travel to silk held in hand. They then vanish and travel to glass
Also published here 1968 3
David Berglas Sleeving Coins For 'The Coins In Glass'
1969 214
Juan Tamariz Se-Tan-Croyable! four coins to glass, all at once
Also published here
  • "Misdirection" Nr. 2, December 1968.
1969 83
Dr. Jacob Daley Daley's Modified Coin Passe No. 281, four coins to glass with shell
1972 71
Bob Read Coins Across four coins to glass, extra
Inspired by 1973 20
Terry Guyatt Coins to Glass at once
1973 24
Dan Tong Champagne Coins
  • Phase I: The Production of Four Coins
  • Phase II: Coins Into The Glass
1973 62
Milton Tropp, Jerry Lukins, Alfred Lee Cohen Coins Up Sleeve three coins to glass, shell, based on routines by Al Cohen and Jerry Lukins (Hugard's)
Inspired by Nov. 1974
Epilogue (Issue 22)
Mike Cassidy Flight Four
Mar. 1975
Pabular (Vol. 1 No. 7)
Scotty York Coins To Glass four coins
1975 27
Dai Vernon The Five-Coin Routine with glass, production, travel into glass, vanish, reproduction, two methods/handlings
Variations 1977
The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 10 No. Close-Up Folio #8)
José de la Torre Bombshell Four Coins to Glass
1977 47
José de la Torre Rear-Back Palm "with first and second fingers", for coin to glass
1977 51
Horace E. Bennett Cocktail Coins four coins are produced, vanished and produced again, with glass and handkerchief, jumbo coin kicker
Inspired by 1978 33
Jeff White A Glass of Coins three coins are produced and then they travel to glass
1980 6
Joe Safuto Invisible Noise Coins to Glass
Variations 1981 220
Steve Beam Through the Hand through back of hand into glass
1981 55
Jeff White Coin Across Ending with glass, using muscle pass
1981 57
Geoffrey Latta Crystal Ship tabled
Also published here 1981 12
Derek Dingle Crystalized Coins Up Sleeve
1982 176
James Conger Magic Moola coins across with glass and giant coin kicker
May 1982
Apocalypse (Vol. 5 No. 5)
Russ Burns Hotshot additional coins are produced as kicker
Sep. 1982
Apocalypse (Vol. 5 No. 9)
Peter Kane A Coin Penetration shot glass held on deck of cards with larger glass over it, copentro with that set-up that is held in the hands
1982 34
Peter Kane The Piggy Bank Robbery or, How to Alienate a Small Child coin travels from piggy bank into glass
1982 102
Phillippe Warein Coins and Glass four coins to glass one by one, extra coin
1983 137
Ted Lesley 1, 2 Many coin up the sleeve into glass, then same with sip of a drink
Nov. 1983
Spell-Binder (Vol. 3 No. 31)
William A. Morales Hoo Dunnit? using hook coin
Mar. 1984
Apocalypse (Vol. 7 No. 3)
Mike Gallo Covering Ramsay coins and a small glass are produced from purse frame, glass is covered with paper, coins travel under glass, glass through table, inspired by John Ramsay's "Cylinder and Coins"
June 1984
The Collected Almanac (Vol. 2 No. 22)
Piet Forton Travelling Coins Into Glass Three coins produced and travel to silk held in hand. They then vanish and travel to glass
Also published here 1984 4
Randy Tanner The Magician's Piggy Bank four half dollars travel into card case, as climax it is full with forty-two coins
1985 79
David Roth The Tuning Fork Manipulate the sound and physical coins separately
1985 361
Danny Korem Distant Passage Coins in Glass for stand-up
1985 65
Frederick Braue Coin Tapping Count fairly counting coins from glass into hand for good visibility (1944)
1985 2
Fred Kaps Coin and Glass Routine
1986 5
Dai Vernon Five Coins and a Glass full routine
Inspired byRelated toVariations 1987 191
David Regal Four Coins, Two Hands, One Glass coins across with glass
1987 147
Randy Wakeman Down the Tubes
Apr. 1989
Apocalypse (Vol. 12 No. 4)
Christoph Borer Münzen ins Glas three coins to glass
Also published here 1989 8
Steven Hamilton The Coins to Glass four coins, different grip on glass
VariationsAlso published here July 1989
Opus (Vol. 2 No. 11)
John Bannon Glass Reunion four coins from hand to glass on table
1990 72
Larry West Spill Out Addition palmed coin added to coins that are spilled out of glass
1990 74
Steven Hamilton Coins to Glass four coins, different grip on glass
Related toAlso published here Apr. 1991
Profile (Issue 1)
Lewis Ganson All Four at Once four coins apparently poured into hand from glass
Apr. 1991
Profile (Issue 1)
David Harkey Over the Edge glass held at side and not from above, falls into glass from back clip
1991 68
Gabi Pareras Monedas al Vaso three coins travel to glass, with extra coin
1991 12
Bob King Way Ahead Coins to Glass
1991 17
Sid Fleischman The 31-Day Coin Trick coin tossed towards ceiling vanishes, a month later it comes down into glass
  • First Magic Meeting: The Vanish
  • Second Magic Meeting: The Return
1993 30
Steven Hamilton Coins Across to Glass
Related to July 1994
Apocalypse (Vol. 17 No. 7)
Jim Steinmeyer The Coins & Glass
  • Conjuring
with threaded coin
July 1994
Magic (Vol. 3 No. 11)
David Acer Money Flies four coins, each coin differently, last changes into many smaller coins
Also published here 1995 35
Karl Fulves Cloak of Invisibility No. 59, coin dropped in glass under handkerchief cover vanishes, reappears audibly in glass again
1995 83
Steve Aldrich Die Aldrich-Münzenroutine five coin routine with silk and glass
Mar. 1995
Intermagic (Vol. 19 No. 2)
Fred Kaps Münzen und Glas Routine described by Lewis Ganson
Also published here 1996
Intermagic (Vol. 20 No. 3)
Walter "Sonny" Day Coins Round The Room four coins one by one from hand to glass in other hand, extra coin
1998 40
Doug Conn My Cup Runneth Over coins to glass with coffee cup
Related to Apr. 1998
Magic (Vol. 7 No. 8)
Doug Conn Spin Drop cup is spun on the table with a hand from above as coin is dropped in
Also published here Apr. 1998
Magic (Vol. 7 No. 8)
Doug Conn Three Lumps coins to glass with coffee cup
  • The Non-Gaffed Version
  • The Gaffed Version
Related to 1999 146
Doug Conn Spin Load cup is spun on the table with a hand from above as coin is dropped in
Also published here 1999 146
Dan Tong Danny's Coins to Glass four coins are produced, then they travel into glass one by one
Dec. 2000
Pabular (Vol. 9 No. 4)
Roberto Giobbi The Sound Travelers three coins into champagne glass one by one
May 2001
Magic (Vol. 10 No. 9)
John Carney Silver and Glass
Inspired by 2002 96
John Carney Coin to Glass Finesse sound effect on bottom of glass
2002 106
Christoph Borer Münzen ins Glas three coins to glass
Also published here 2006 30
Andrew Galloway Coins of the Realm four coins are produced, then they travel into glass one by one
Inspired by 2006 58
R. Paul Wilson ConCam Coins To Glass three coins to glass one by one, glass held at edge
2007 ca. 2
R. Paul Wilson The Titian Drop from edge grip variation into glass, open look
Inspired byRelated to 2007 ca. 4
Miguel Ángel Gea La Esencia I four copper coins change into silver coins, they travel into glass one by one and back into hand, then through table and eventually coins transform back into copper coins, presentation of time, using an alarm clock
  • Fase I: Prólogo
  • Fase II: La esencia en juego
    • I. Primer viaje
    • II. Segundo viaje
    • III. Tercer Viaje
    • IV. Cuarto Viaje
  • Fase III: Retando a la esencia
    • I. Primer retorno
    • II. Segundo retorno
    • III. Tercer retorno
    • IV. Cuarto retorno
  • Fase IV: La esencia a través
    • I. Primera penetración
    • II. Segunda penetración
    • III. Tercera penetración
  • Fase V: Cuarta penetración fallida y climax
  • Epílogo: de cómo extender las monedas
2009 21
Steven Hamilton, Miguel Ángel Gea Aparición pendular coin to glass move
Related to 2009 28
David Acer Money Flies rope taken out of small purse, four coins produced from rope, then each coin travels into glass, last changes into many smaller coins
Part 1: Cord Coin Holder
Part 2: Flight of the First Coin
Part 3: Flight of the Second Coin
Part 4: Flight of the Third Coin
Part 5: Hands-Free Coin-to-Glass (Richard Sanders)
Part 6: Through the Hand
Part 7: From Pocket to Glass
Part 8: Through the Glass
Part 9: From Another Pocket to Glass
Part 10: The Big Finish
Also published here 2011 93
David Neighbors Quick Shot coins to glass
2012 205
Mike O'Dowd Coins to Glass four coins to glass, wrists held by spectators
2012 217
Steven Hamilton Coins to Glass four coins, different grip on glass
Also published here 2013 159
Frank Garcia All Four at Once four coins apparently poured into hand from glass
2013 161
Geoffrey Latta Crystal Ship tabled
Also published here 2017 130
Michael Rubinstein Coins to Glass
2020 338
Ricardo Rodriguez Caudales por cabales multi-phase coin routine, three coins are produced, travel and vanish, using a glass and handkerchief
Inspired by 2021 109
David Regal A Coin Routine
  • Material Concessions
four coins vanish one by one after taking them from a coin stand, they reappear audibly in a glass that's been sealed with a napkin cover
May 2022
Genii (Vol. 85 No. 5)
Dai Vernon Coins and Champagne Glass from private lecture notes by Gene Matsuura
Related to 2022 95