63 entries in Coin / Effect Themes / Traveling / Coins to Glass / Glass out of Hands
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
The Glass Goblet and Cover coins appear audibly in glass goblet
1876 199
The Glass without Cover, for Money coins appear audibly in glass goblet
1876 200
The Mysterious Salver rings, coins or key travel into glass on tablet audibly when covered, mechanical
1876 416
Professor Hoffmann, Dr. Lynn The Penetrative Coin two borrowed hats & two bowls are build up on the table, four coins dropped in top one, the travel down in lower bowls audibly one by one, mechanical table
1890 147
The Shower of Gold empty glass vase covered on table, coins travel into it
Variations 1890 428
Das Thaler-Kartenspiel "oder Die durch ein Kartenspiel spazierenden Thaler"
deck placed on glass and covered with handkerchief, coin penetrates through deck into glass or flies invisibly into glass
June 1895
Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 1 No. 6)
Carl Willmann Thaler-Kartenspiel Variation elaborate gaffed deck and table to make coin fly into glass
June 1895
Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 1 No. 6)
Die unsichtbare Reise eines Thalers deck of cards placed on glass, coin vanishes and appears in glass or penetrates deck
Related to 1896 31
Das Thalerkartenspiel deck put on glass, coin borrowed and it penetrates deck and drops into glass
1896 173
Durchdringen der Materie glass covered with deck of cards, coin invisible thrown towards glass, it lands inside, clockwork
Related to 1896 193
Albert Anton Die wandernden Thaler coins travel audibly in glass on table which is covered with a handkerchief, sound gimmick with thread behind table
Jan. 1896
Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 2 No. 1)
Die wandernden Münzen one glass covered with a hat, another one with a deck of cards, two coins travel audibly and visibly into those glasses
May 1897
Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 3 No. 5)
Die Wandermünze marked coin vanishes, appears inside a lemon which is inside an orange inside a cabbage, then audibly travels inside silk-covered glass
Related to Oct. 1897
Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 3 No. 4)
Die Durchdringung der Stoffe paper cone place upside down onto glass, coin travels audibly into glass
Feb. 1898
Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 4 No. 2)
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)
Samuel "St. Roman" Thiersfeld Der Gedanke und die Luftexpedition No. 7, four coins travel into corked bottle that rests far away on chair and visibly drop in, mechanical cork or cork with thread mechanism
1899 32
Fake Coin Sound coin secretly dropped into slim glass in the performer's pocket to make it seem it appears in bottle on table
1899 41
Die das Tuch durchdringende Münze No. 7, glass wrapped in handkerchief and held by spectator, coin vanishes and audibly drops into glass, little coin pocket in handkerchief
1900 21
Der Münzenpokal No. 12, glass goblet with glass cover, four coins travel into glass at once, copentro
1900 35
Das Thalerkartenspiel No. 14, deck of cards placed on glass, coins vanish and drop into glass, clockwork mechanism in fake deck, low-budget alternative in which assistant pulls a thread
1900 41
Die wandernden Thaler bottle with wide neck and filled with water is corked, coins travel into the bottle one by one, mechanical cork that releases coins one by one
Variations Feb. 1900
Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 6 No. 2)
Carl Willmann Der neue Thalerkorken different mechanical cork than in reference
Inspired by Apr. 1900
Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 6 No. 4)
Ludwig Pax Die Thaler auf Wanderschaft two coins vanish in hand and travel audibly into borrowed hat that has been covered with a plate
Dec. 1900
Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 6 No. 12)
Fr. Maubach Die Thaler auf Wanderschaft II. four coins vanish in hand and travel audibly into borrowed hat that has been covered with a plate
Jan. 1901
Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 7 No. 1)
Carl Willmann Das neue Münzenglas high vase/glass, covered with hat or plate, coins travel inside audibly
Variations Dec. 1902
Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 8 No. 12)
Joseph Michael Hartz Shower of Gold Addition
Inspired by 1903 47
Richard Pannwitz Der Zauberlehrling coins travel from hand to glass on chair
Inspired by Mar. 1903
Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 9 No. 3)
Friedrich "Fritz" Hügli II. Pêle-Mêle coin is produced from selection, then coin is marked, placed under handkerchief and dropped inside glass, coin travels to second glass which is covered with the deck, finally coin vanishes again and appears inside spectator's breast pocket
  • 1. Der Taler im Kartenblatt
  • 2. Der Fliegende Taler
  • 3. Der Lufttaler (hook is added to coin to form a temporary hooked coin)
1903 74
Carl Willmann Der dressierte Taler glass covered with newspaper piece, coin vanishes and visibly drops into glass and dances
Aug. 1904
Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 10 No. 8)
Tom Sellers The New Method Coin Trick coin vanishes and audibly appears in covered cup
1935 24
Alan Peterson Two Coins and Two Tumblers coin travels from glass two other glass
1935 17
The Coin Glass coin to glass, with assistant
1935 35
Harry Mendoza Modern Crystal Coin Jar coins to crystal glass, all at once, with helper
1945 324
Milbourne Christopher Copenetro Hint idea for Bob Kline's Copenetro
July 1947 332
U. F. Grant A Coin Trick with Music empty glass with silk set aside, coins travel audibly into it, clinking sound on record with music
Oct. 1948 5
Lewis Ganson A "Coins in Glass" Routine routine for Copenetro
1950 97
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
Nate Leipzig Coin in Glass marked coin vanishes from paper and appears in a glass, which was covered by a deck of playing cards
Variations 1963 124
Arthur Setterington Poor Man's Coins in Glass three coins vanish and appear one by on in jar with screw top, covered with a tube
1972 14
Dick Zimmerman Miracle Coin Production coins visibly appear inside a shot glass covered with inverted glass, slit glass
1973 7
Karl Fulves Timed Release "Problem", slotted coin shoots out other coin in glass, Copentro-style, posed as problem
Nov. 1974 820
Rick Johnsson Bottoms Up 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
Jan. 1975 833
Mark Levy 3 Coins At The Fountain three coins vanish and reappear in paper cup on table
Dec. 1978
Apocalypse (Vol. 1 No. 12)
Gus Davenport Midnite Coin "origin ... is in doubt"
glass in side pocket, coin vanishes and is heard appearing in glass, two methods
1978 1145
Coins in the Glass coins vanish ans appear audible in glass which is covered by other glass and handkerchief, several versions including Kline's Copenetro
1978/76 123
Jack Hughes Coins in Glass (Tray Method) coins vanish and appear one by audible in glass, glass on tray covered by other glass and handkerchief
  • Coin Slide Method
  • Double Drop Method
1981 46
Jack Hughes Visible Coins in Glass glass on table covered with inverted glass, coins travel to glass, mechanical version
1981 51
Jack Hughes Ten Second Remote Control Visible Coins in Glass glass on table covered with inverted glass, coins travel to glass, mechanical version
1981 52
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
Flight Of The Coins Klingl, glasses placed on stands, are covered with tubes, coins travel from one to the other
1982 228
Karl Fulves Coin in Sand invisible coin moves in sand, then appears under glass visibly, posed as problem
1985 107
Rick Haslett Almost impromptu Copentro coin appears under glass which is placed on deck
Related to Nov. 1993
Apocalypse (Vol. 16 No. 11)
Robert Parrish The Coin Jar coins appear visibly in candy glass jar, box with glass bottom in lap for sound effect
Inspired by
  • "The Coin Jar" (Downs, Modern Coin Manipulation, 1900, p. 224)
1995 44
Mike Gallo Passing Glass three coins penetrate a deck of playing cards and fall into a glass
1995 1074
David Acer Money Flies four coins, each coin differently, last changes into many smaller coins
Also published here 1995 35
David Berglas Turning the Clock Back different effects are performed and noted on a board, at the end, time is turned back and everything undone until the board is blank again
  • No. 1: Three balls, disappear and change into a pack of cards
  • No. 2: Four coins vanish and reappear in a glass
  • No. 3: Signed card vanishes and reappears in photo frame
  • No. 4: Arrow stops at chosen number 11
2002 182
Amílkar Riega Bello Viaje Imposible de Tres Monedas al Interior de un Vaso three coins travel to glass in pocket, with a handkerchief
2003 312
Jay Sankey Secret Passages glass with paper cover on table, two coins vanish and are heard to appear in glass one by one, glass penetrated table with coins
Inspired by 2004 139
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
John Gaughan The Shower of Gold
  • The Chamber of Secrets
clear glass container on table under cloth, coins audibly appear inside, apparatus
Apr. 2012
Genii (Vol. 75 No. 4)
John Carney Between the Electrons small plate placed on glass, marked coin wrapped in paper which is torn up, coin then drops into glass
Inspired by 2020 58
John Gaughan The Crystal Tripod
  • Chamber of Secrets
coins appear one by one visibly in a goblet that sits on a plat that hangs on a stand, mechanical
June 2021
Genii (Vol. 84 No. 6)
Jonathan Pendragon Copentro Jr.
  • Panmagium
"Or, Coin in a Bottle Without the Bottle"
two glasses of different size are put mouth-to mouth to make a "locked" glass container that the spectator holds, coin is pushed through bottom of upper glass
Mar. 2024
Genii (Vol. 87 No. 3)