932 entries in Coin / Gaffed
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Unknown A notable tricke to transforme a counter to a groat double sided coin glued from two filed down coins, another thin cover disc stuck onto it with wax to show both sides of coin (pre-shell), then disc stolen away and coin changes cleanly in one handRelated to The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XXIV) 185
Unknown To conveie monie out of one of your hands into the other by legierdemaine coin travels from hand to hand after false transfer, tapped with knife for sound illusion ("for both the eare and the eie is deceived by this devise")Related toVariations The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XXIV) 184
Unknown An excellent feat, to make a two penie peece lie plaine in the palme of your hand, and to be passed from thence when you list one-handed coin vanish with wax on nail to bring coin to sort of back-palm positionRelated to The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XXV) 186
Unknown To conveie a testor out of ones hand that holdeth it fast coin pressed into spectator's hand vanishes, and reappears with coin in performer's or another spectator's handRelated to The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XXV) 186
Unknown With words to make a groat or a testor to leape out of a pot, or to run alongst upon a table coin crawls out of cup along table, thread pulled by stooge, recommended at night with candle light to make it more deceptive The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XXIV) 185
Unknown A notable trick to transform a Counter into a Groat double sided coin glued from two filed down coins, another thin cover disc stuck onto it with wax to show both sides of coin (pre-shell), then disc stolen away and coin changes cleanly in one handRelated to The Art of Legerdemain Discovered 46
Unknown How to make two Bels come into one hand, having put into each hand one bell travels from hand to hand, with bell in sleeve to fake sound of bell in hand The Art of Legerdemain Discovered 30
Unknown How to convey money out of one of your hands into the other by Legerdemaine coin travels from hand to hand after false transfer, tapped with knife for sound illusionRelated to The Art of Legerdemain Discovered 48
Unknown How to vanish a glasse full of Beere coin on table, glass with beer placed on top, "is coin in or under glass?", verification used to lap full glass, coin stuck to fingers is reproduced from nose and glass from pocket The Art of Legerdemain Discovered 33
Unknown An excellent feat to make a twopeny peece lie plaine in your hand, and to be passed from thence when you lift one-handed coin vanish with wax on nail to bring coin to sort of back-palm positionRelated to The Art of Legerdemain Discovered 47
Unknown How to deliver to one man one sixpence, and to another another sixpence, and to make both the testors come into one mans hand "double lift" with coins, double put into spectator's hand (sponge ball trick with coins), coin stolen from palm of another spectator with sticky fingersRelated to The Art of Legerdemain Discovered 50
Unknown How to make a pile of Counters seeme to vanish thorow a Table cap & pence through table, die appears instead on top of table which started in hollowed stack The Art of Legerdemain Discovered 24
Unknown La Piece de Monnoie Enfermée Dans une Boîte, d'ou Elle Sort Sans qu'on y Touche coin vanishes from a box audibly and appears in shoe of a spectator, rattle box with spring feather, assistant La Magie Blanche Dévoilée 22
Unknown The "Heads and Tails" Trick coins turn over in a stack of coins, double-faced coin Modern Magic 182
Unknown Money-Slide holder to steal coins one by one Modern Magic 207
Unknown A Florin being spun upon the Table, to tell blindfold whether it falls head or tail upwards coin gaffed Modern Magic 159
Unknown Producing Clink with Wand when tapping on clothing, two methods (gimmicked wand and ungaffed) Modern Magic 170
Unknown The Rattle Box "To make a Coin vanish from the Box, through still heard to rattle within" Modern Magic 189
Unknown To rub One Sixpence into Three two coins start secretly stuck to underside of table Modern Magic 175
Unknown The Wandering Sixpence coin traveling from underneath one card to another, two sticky coins Modern Magic 181
Unknown The Flying Money To make a Coin pass invisibly from the one hand to the other, and finally through the Table, using penny stuck with wax under the table Modern Magic 172
Unknown To make a Marked Sixpence vanish from a Handkerchief, and be found in the Centre of an Apple or Orange previously examined coin stuck to knife Modern Magic 178
Unknown The Animated Coin, which answers Questions, etc. coin jumps around in glass, threaded coin or gimmicked glass, as question-answering coin Modern Magic 185
Unknown Coin Tray money plate Modern Magic 177
Unknown The "Changing" Plate Modern Magic 210
Frank Hiam The Tray of Proteus by Hiam & Lane, for switching, vanishing, producing Modern Magic 211
Unknown The Vanishing Plate, or Salver coins vanish when picket up from plate Modern Magic 208
Unknown The Travelling Counters twelve coins, travel around, at one point they are stuck together to a solid block Modern Magic 180
Unknown The Magic Cover and Vanishing Halfpence hollow coin stack Modern Magic 184
Unknown Head or Tail showing whatever the spectator wants, double-sided coin & shell More Magic 171
Unknown To Pass Coins into a Bottle folding coin, hidden in cork More Magic 158
Unknown Coin to Bottle Wand mechanical wand to introduce folding coin into bottle More Magic 160
Unknown A Hat with a Hole in it - The Finger through the Hat
- The Cork through the Hat
- The Coin through the Hat
- The Cigar through the Hat
More Magic 306
Professor Hoffmann The Mysterious Tumbler "To pass a coin from a Glass of Water into the Centre of an Orange", with full patterInspired by More Magic 172
Unknown Threaded Coin Piles for production More Magic 154
Unknown The Walking Shilling More Magic 125
Professor Hoffmann Multiplying Coins and Tricks therewith shell, one coin becomes three and one again More Magic 161
Unknown Coin Duplication making two out of one coin one-handed, shell More Magic 162
Professor Hoffmann The eight Coins and two Brass Covers four borrowed coins each under two brass covers, coins travel from one pile to the other, two shells, also done in hands of spectator without covers More Magic 165
Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster Die präparierten Karten on gaffed cards, chapter intro to chapter four Der moderne Kartenkünstler 125
Unknown Die präparierten Kartenspiele chapter intro Der moderne Kartenkünstler 127
Unknown Das zweifach präparierte Kartenspiel deck with more than one preparation, marked and stripper for example Der moderne Kartenkünstler 130
Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster Kartenpräparationen, welche auf optischen Täuschungen beruhgen chapter intro Der moderne Kartenkünstler 132
Unknown Thalerscheibe holder gimmick for coins Jedermann Zauberkünstler! 24
Unknown Fake Coin Sound coin secretly dropped into slim glass in the performer's pocket to make it seem it appears in bottle on table Jedermann Zauberkünstler! 41
Samuel "St. Roman" Thiersfeld Die Vermehrung der Thaler No. 4, one coin is used to produce multiple coins by breaking off a piece that turns out to be a new coin Jedermann Zauberkünstler! 23
Samuel "St. Roman" Thiersfeld Die rotierende Münze No. 11, coin spins between fingers, mechanical Jedermann Zauberkünstler! 42
Unknown Coin Pull multiple coins on pull Jedermann Zauberkünstler! 132
Unknown Der magische Flaschenstöpsel No. 16, fake metal cork contains folding coin, spring catapults coin out of cork into bottle Der Amateurzauberer 48
Unknown Der Thalerstab No. 8, coin wand, either with coin attached to rubber band or with folding coin that retracts into wand, for continuous production Der Amateurzauberer 23
Unknown Glass Disc Coin Vanish coin dropped into glass with handkerchief cover, vanishes Der Amateurzauberer 23
Carl Willmann Coin Catching Gimmick sleeve mechanism with tube that brings coin to fingertips and retracts with coin again, for Miser's Dream, with second gaff for hat or container that releases coins that are apparently dropped inside Der Amateurzauberer 16
Unknown Der Doppelthaler No. 4, shell and applications Der Amateurzauberer 11
Unknown Coin Duplication and Vanish with shell, vanish with standard fake pick-up of shell Der Amateurzauberer 12
Unknown Coin through Table coin thrown in full glass (or hat), penetrates glass and table, shell Der Amateurzauberer 13
Unknown Der Lochthaler No. 10, finger through coin, one-handed and two-handed handling, hole coin with shell Der Amateurzauberer 28
Unknown Thalerschnitte thin coins for certain manipulations Der Amateurzauberer 8
T. Nelson Downs, Unknown Die Drehmünze No. 1, coin pivot, back palm, specialty of Downs, also with two sharp points or wire to help in pivot Der Amateurzauberer 1
Unknown Der in freier Hand verschwindende Thaler No. 20, coin vanishes via pull into vest pocket, also with borrowed coin and shell on pull Der Amateurzauberer 57
Unknown The "Excelsior" Clip Later Magic 54
Unknown The Coin Dropper The Art of Magic 280
Carl Anderson Improved Coin Dropper The Art of Magic 281
Unknown A New Coin Spider gimmick so both sides of hand can be shown empty and fingers spread before coin production The Art of Magic 276
Unknown New Coin Catching coin on thread, attached to body, for endless coin production where coin can be thrown in tumbler The Art of Magic 271
T. Nelson Downs The Tattling of Toto six selections, penny in glass jumps up and down to communicate with performerInspired by
  • French magazine "The Illusioniste"
The Art of Magic 184
Unknown The Trained Half Dollar "Animated Coin", borrowed coin dropped in glass jumps up and down, thread & assistant The Art of Magic 266
Unknown The Coin Through the Hat using black-backed coin, black art The Art of Magic 267
Unknown The Disappearing Dollars dollar coins dropped into vase disappear, small bag on pull inserted into vase The Art of Magic 261
Unknown The Transmutation of Metal copper coin stack under cone changes to dimes The Art of Magic 268
Carl Anderson A Coin Act and a Coin Ladder coins produced with borrowed hat, then they penetrate hat and drop down coin ladder The Art of Magic 278
Carl Anderson The Coin Easel coin ladder The Art of Magic 282
Joseph Michael Hartz The Multiplication of Money coins counted and amount changes, plate, coin holderAlso published here Later Magic 659
Joseph Michael Hartz The Multiplication of Money coins counted and amount changes, plate, coin holderAlso published here Magical Titbits 115
Louis Haley, Charles T. Jordan New Coin Trick No. 6, "a la Hang Ping Chien"
six coins under handkerchief on table transpose with die underneath table, coins with wax surface
Ten New Pocket Tricks 12
Charles T. Jordan Another Date-Reading Trick No. 4, coins collected in head, date announced and coin instantly removed with that date, repeated, coin rubbed with soap Ten New Miscellaneous Tricks 10
Louis Nikola The Flight Card to Impossible Location At Any Number: Card vanishes from inside an envelope to be found in a deck sealed also in another envelope, at a location named by the spectator The Nikola Card System 62
Laurie Ireland New Clip Bar for Keller Coin Dropper Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1934) 9
Unknown Coin and Bottle Coin Magic 41
Unknown Coin Through Ring coin wrapped in handkerchief penetrates finger ring Coin Magic 41
Dr. C. J. Diestel The Weeping Coin water drops fall from coin Coin Magic 37
Unknown Half Dollar and Penny coin transformation, unusual gaff Coin Magic 38
Unknown The Melting Coin coin dropped in glass of water under handkerchief, then it vanishes, off-beat gaff Coin Magic 34
Ottokar Fischer Sticky Coins coins sticking together for silent handling The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 14) 66
Unknown Vanishing Dime for small coins Coin Magic 28
Unknown Wand and Wax wax on end of wand to show hands empty Coin Magic 31
Unknown To Pick Up a Dime with the Palm Coin Magic 33
Unknown The "Wiesenheimer" Coin Trick coin vanishes from ring put on table covered with a card, alternative method Coin Magic 39
Unknown Coin and Envelopes marked coin to nest of envelopes made out of newspaper Coin Magic 54
Unknown Variation - A Good Cath gag, coin appears under two bigger coins Coin Magic 28
Unknown Penny and Dime dime covered by penny penetrates card and falls into glass, nesting coin gaff Coin Magic 38
Unknown The Peripatetic four coins travel from a jar to a glass, one by one, threaded coin Coin Magic 56
Unknown Another Method coin dropped in glass of water under handkerchief, then it vanishes,thread method Coin Magic 35
Unknown Penny Changes to a Dime two pennies, one changes into dime Coin Magic 37
Unknown An Easy Trick coin travels under hat Coin Magic 41
Unknown Coin and String coin with hole penetrates string held by spectators Coin Magic 42
Unknown A Penetrating Coin coin penetrates plate and falls into glass Coin Magic 43
Unknown Silver to Bronze half dollar covered by drawer of a match box changes to penny and back Coin Magic 43
Unknown A Finger Gimlet Variations Coin Magic 42
Unknown The Triangular Coin Stand to vanish coins Coin Magic 34
Unknown A Pile of Pennies die under paper tube transforms into coins, coins travel through table and die appears again under tube, hollow coin stack Coin Magic 36
M. Ceillier The Flying Coins two groups of coins counted, three coins travel across, coin tray The Magic Annual for 1937 37
Unknown Folded Newspaper as Coin Tray The Magic Annual for 1937 39
Jess Kelly, Laurie Ireland Vanish of Coin from Trousers Fold half dollar put in trouser fold, changes into nickel, forty-five pennies grabbed from airVariations The Magic Annual for 1937 40
Unknown Folding Coins construction and use including: To Make One Coin and a Folded Coin Appear as Three Coins, Formula for Silver Cement to Fill the Gap Greater Magic 676
Harry Kellar Coin Holders - The Kellar Holder Greater Magic 673
Al Meiner The New Coin Holder Greater Magic 674
Unknown New Coin Dropper Greater Magic 674
Unknown Paper Clip Holder single coin Greater Magic 674
Unknown Fountain Pen impromptu holder Greater Magic 675
Unknown A Very Good Method of Holding a Load of Coins is This hole through stack of coins Greater Magic 702
Unknown The Hooked Coin sequence to fit into miser's dream routine Greater Magic 702
Unknown A Coin Penetration through cloth bag, using a wire ring Greater Magic 688
Unknown A Coin Producing Fan gaffed Greater Magic 699
Unknown Coin on Thread Greater Magic 676
Unknown Folded Newspaper as a Tray impromptu coin tray Greater Magic 675
Theodore Annemann Getting rid of Double Facer Inspired by The Jinx 51-100 (Issue 58) 418
Dr. E. G. Ervin A Coin Load holder for Miser's Dream, with hat and slate Chap's Scrapbook (Vol. 1, No. 11) 3
John Ramsay Hypno Coin coin stands on edge on thumb The Jinx 51-100 (Issue Summer Extra 1939) 416
Franklin M. Chapman, Paul Morris Sucker Coins dime vanishes from under quarter and appears under second quarter, two versions Chap's Scrapbook (Vol. 1, No. 7) 3
Unknown The Shell Coin fixing coin with shell with hair, spectator turns heads-up coin over under handkerchief, still heads-up The Magic Annual for 1938 and 1939 59
John Mulholland On the Coin in Bottle The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 108) 648
Joseph Ovette A Lulu! coin vanishes and appears in rolled up bill, to small to hold the coin Chap's Scrapbook (Vol. 2, No. 10) 3
Joseph Ovette A Penny "Sucker" dime and penny version, one coin vanishes Chap's Scrapbook (Vol. 2, No. 7) 3
L. Vosburgh Lyons The "Good-Bye" Coin coin on pull The Jinx 51-100 (Issue 100) 610
Dr. E. G. Ervin Tips on thin coins, matches and gamblers Chap's Scrapbook (Vol. 2, No. 11) 4
Laurie Ireland Manipulative Dollar thimble for little finger glued to coin Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1940) 16
Unknown Coin Through the Plate marked coin wrapped in paper and put on plate, plate on glass, paper burned, coin falls into glass After the Dessert 7
Unknown The Dissolving Coin marked coin vanishs from glass, reappears in purse, glass disc Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 1 85
Unknown The Multiplying Money Tray Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 1 115
Unknown A Newspaper Used as a Tray Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 1 115
T. Nelson Downs Fallacy of Vision "Two Impromptus By T. Nelson Downs", gaff on coin to clip coin to finger Select Secrets 29
Franklin V. Taylor Materialization coin appears with the help of a spring clothes-pin and a handkerchiefVariations The Phoenix 1-50 (Issue 22) 91
Art Lyle Art Lyle Says: coin through handkerchief, how to make coins shiny and building an easy coin holdout The Phoenix 1-50 (Issue 18) 77
Edward Marlo Two Ideas hooked coin in sleeve, pocket ditch for complete vanish Bull's-Eye Coin Tricks 19
Edward Marlo Two Halves and a Dime two half dollars appear, dime placed between them vanishes, wax Bull's-Eye Coin Tricks 7
Laurie Ireland Ideas For Wiztax something sticky
1. coin vanish with a handkerchief
2. vanish and reproduction of a cigarette
3. vanish and reproduction of a penny
4. torn and restored paper
5. torn and restored cigarette paper
Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1942) 6
Jean Hugard, Frederick Braue Miniature Card and Coin miniature card printed between two coins Prepared Cards and Accessories 18
Unknown Vest Holder for Coins Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 2 125
Unknown The Passe Coins and Glasses from glass to glass, using coin on thread Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 2 112
E.S. Hoffman Cute Coin coin production gimmick The Phoenix 1-50 (Issue 31) 129
Tom Sellers Diminishing Coins elaborate gaffs Magical Mixture 10
Shaman Half-Head/Half-Tail Coin for rubbing-two-coins-together illusionRelated to The Phoenix 1-50 (Issue 47) 195
James G. Thompson Jr. Mystery on the Half Shell coin production, vanish and penetration of the pocket The Phoenix 1-50 (Issue 26) 109
Bruce Elliott Coin Vanish nesting coins gaff, idea The Phoenix 1-50 (Issue 30) 126
Orson Welles Fruit Cup coin in egg in lemon in orange in grapefruit using a clothespinInspired by The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 61) 250
Jean Hugard The Punishment Fits the Crime coin transforms into lemon, under hat Hugard's Magic Monthly - Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 2, No. 7) 86
George Starke The Ghost Coins handful of coins vanish, soldered coinsAlso published here Hugard's Magic Monthly - Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 2, No. 6) 83
George Starke Penny and Half Dollar Transposition Hugard's Magic Monthly - Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 2, No. 9) 101
Henri Decremps The Transposition of Silver and Copper Coins copper /silver transposition, translations from Decremps "Codicille de Jerome Sharp" Hugard's Magic Monthly - Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 2, No. 9) 100
Kolmar, Clayton Rawson Detail Does It do as i do with three coins The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 86) 351
Franklin V. Taylor Materialization Coin appears with the help of a spring clothes-pin and a handkerchief My Best 195
Chester Morris The Morris Plan Coin in handkerchief secured by a ring, penetrates the ring My Best 210
Edwin Tabor Transmutation of Metal coin changes on palm of hand, magnet, Raven precursor Hugard's Magic Monthly - Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 3, No. 4) 153
Ronald B. Edwards Multifly coin tray with glued bills for close upVariations The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 86) 349
George Starke The Ghost Coins handful of coins vanish, soldered coinsAlso published here My Best 188
Bruce Elliott Silver Walls piece of paper is put between two coins, any number appears on the paperRelated to The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 83) 336
Jerry Lukins The Homing Coins up the sleeve type, four coins to glass, shellVariations Hugard's Magic Monthly - Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 2, No. 12) 117
R. M. Jamison The $1.85 Trick nested shell set, chinese coin as surprise finish Hugard's Magic Monthly - Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 3, No. 4) 151
John Hamilton All Wet moves and subtleties for coin in bottle The Phoenix 101-150 (Issue 111) 447
Samuel Berland Pinched pieces are broken of from a half dollar, last piece transforms into a quarter The Phoenix 101-150 (Issue 105) 423
Phil Huckabee Money Money Money six coins are produced and vanish again, on spectator's lapel The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 98) 396
J. B. Bobo, James G. Thompson Jr. Silver and Copper - Number One
- Number Two
- Number Three
- Number Four (J. G. Thompson, Jr.)
Watch This One! 108
J. B. Bobo The Magic Mint nickel in the hand, half dollar appears, nickel transforms into another half dollar Watch This One! 97
Wallace Lee The Ghost of a Coin coin to glass disc in spectator's hand Watch This One! 99
J. B. Bobo The Squirting Nickel use for hollow coin to squirt water from, heckler stopper Watch This One! 95
Phil Huckabee The Penny-trating Coin one of two coins penetrates spectator's hand, penny/dime set Watch This One! 94
J. B. Bobo Mystery with a Shell Half short flurry, method to separate shell from coin Watch This One! 96
J. B. Bobo, Phil Huckabee Peregrinating Quarters Watch This One! 101
James G. Thompson Jr. Specious Specie lengthy coin transposition routine, then multiple coin production and vanish, with handkerchief The Phoenix 151-200 (Issue 157) 630
R. M. Jamison Half Dollar in the Bottle coin starts in bottle The Phoenix 151-200 (Issue 154) 622
Arthur H. Buckley The Magnetic Pass with One or Several Coins magnetic holdout in trousers at back of leg Principles and Deceptions 76
Arthur H. Buckley The Coin Holders and Loading Trough Principles and Deceptions 113
Arthur H. Buckley The Coin Holder for the Phantasy in Silver Principles and Deceptions 134
Ed Heyl Cork Coin coin that swims The Phoenix 101-150 (Issue 150) 604
Tobias Bamberg The Boomerang Coins coins/metal discs are counted and number increases and diminishes, using tray Tarbell Course in Magic - Volume 5 349
U. F. Grant Lady Luck multiple prediction, coins heads and tales, sum of thrown dice and selected card, tossed out deckRelated to The Phoenix 151-200 (Issue 181) 723
Jack Chanin Paddled with paddle, rubberband and coins The Phoenix 151-200 (Issue 194) 775
Frank Garcia Garcia's Gaff balancing a coin on the edge of another The Phoenix 201 - 250 (Issue 208) 830
Norman Jensen Half a Jit vanish of one half of a coin, context trick The Phoenix 201 - 250 (Issue 215) 861
Floyd Jones Penny Dime Transposition Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1950) 2
Hen Fetsch In and Out with handkerchief, copper/silver coin Modern Coin Magic 249
Unknown, James G. Thompson Jr. Copper and Silver Transposition all with copper/silver coin
- Number One
- Number Two
- Number Three
- Number Four (J. G. Thompson, Jr.)
Also published here Modern Coin Magic 243
Thomas H. Bearden Presto Chango two coins change several times from silver to copper and back, copper/silver coinRelated toVariationsAlso published here Modern Coin Magic 245
Milton Kort The Inferior Coin two silver one copper, copper vanishes and reappears three times, in the end there are two copper and one silver coin, copper /silver coin Modern Coin Magic 246
Hen Fetsch Up Their Sleeve coin in spectator's sleeve and magician's sleeve transpose, copper/silver Modern Coin Magic 250
Lillian Bobo Thieves and Sheep with double facerRelated to Modern Coin Magic 249
Hen Fetsch Buddha's Coin silver coin is sandwiched between two copper coins, it transposes with a copper coin wrapped in Buddha Papers, double facerAlso published here Modern Coin Magic 252
J. B. Bobo Routine No. 4 with copper/silver Modern Coin Magic 342
James G. Thompson Jr. Routine No. 17 Modern Coin Magic 350
J. B. Bobo The Folding Half introduction Modern Coin Magic 286
Ralph De Shong The Half Dollar in the Bottle Modern Coin Magic 286
Stewart Judah Second Method Modern Coin Magic 288
Gene Gordon Biting a Piece from a Coin Modern Coin Magic 290
Unknown The Magic Mint nickel in the hand, half dollar appears, nickel transforms into another half dollar Modern Coin Magic 289
Dave Coleman Coin Through a Card (The Folding Quarter) with handkerchief Modern Coin Magic 291
Unknown, Wallace Lee The Ghost of a Coin half dollar to glass disc, two methods Modern Coin Magic 188
Unknown The Hook Coin different stratagems Modern Coin Magic 256
Gene Gordon Short Changed several coins vanish, glued coins with hook Modern Coin Magic 262
Unknown The Modern Miser five coins appear Modern Coin Magic 285
Unknown The Magnet handlings for steel coin and magnet Modern Coin Magic 258
Milton Kort Vanish vanish of a steel coin, with magnet Modern Coin Magic 259
Alfred Caroselli The Homing Coins three coins travel back under a handkerchief, 21 cent shell set Modern Coin Magic 239
Unknown The Circus Trick several coins vanish from a handkerchief, 21 cent shell set Modern Coin Magic 240
Unknown The 16¢ Vanish several coins vanish out of the hand, 21 cent shell set Modern Coin Magic 241
Rolland Hamblen 85¢ Through the Table (The $1.35 Trick) several coins through handkerchief and table, $1.35 shell set Modern Coin Magic 241
Unknown Liberty Head Half and U.S. Penny Modern Coin Magic 260
J. B. Bobo The Shell Half general remarks Modern Coin Magic 265
Unknown Mystery with a Half Shell two coins, one appears and vanishes Modern Coin Magic 265
Unknown Shell Split shell and coin are clipped in front palm, coin thrown, shell kept in position Modern Coin Magic 265
Dave Coleman Three Questions 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 Modern Coin Magic 268
Unknown Coin Through a Glass two coins in a glass, one coin travels visually into the other glass Modern Coin Magic 268
Jimmy Buffaloe Perfect Coin Through Handkerchief shell Modern Coin Magic 270
Unknown The Peregrinating Halves four half dollar coins from hand to hand, one by one Modern Coin Magic 273
Unknown Shell Split Move Modern Coin Magic 274
Milton Kort The Protean Coin coin changes from copper to silver several times Modern Coin Magic 279
Milton Kort The Sympathetic Coin on handkerchief, one card, three silver & one copper, shell Modern Coin Magic 282
Unknown Shell Pickup Under a Card Modern Coin Magic 283
J. B. Bobo Routine No. 10 shell Modern Coin Magic 345
Stewart James Sqeeze Play coin through hole in poker chip and ring, with handkerchief, shell Modern Coin Magic 235
Stewart James Jimmy Valentine Picks a Lock two coins wrapped in handkerchief and the corner pulled through a padlock, one is named and that one is removed, nickel & penny set Modern Coin Magic 236
Stewart James Money Paper paper disc penetrates a stack of four pennies and ends up inside a business card, nickel & penny set Modern Coin Magic 237
Stewart James Almost a Transposition trasposition of dime and penny, as a kicker the dime transforms into two nickels, nickel & penny set, dime & penny setRelated to Modern Coin Magic 238
Unknown How to Make Money one coin appears, two coins are rubbed together and one transforms into a quarter Modern Coin Magic 266
Dr. Carl L. Moore 25¢ and 50¢ Transposition quarter and half dollar change places, in the end both are halves Modern Coin Magic 272
Milton Kort Coins Through the Table with shell and glassVariations Modern Coin Magic 276
J. B. Bobo Routine No. 9 Modern Coin Magic 344
Cy Keller, Hen Fetsch Hole the Coin coin transforms in processInspired by The Phoenix 251 - 300 (Issue 261) 1043
Milton Kort Removing Shell from Stack in spectator's hand Modern Coin Magic 278
Unknown Sundry Gimmicked Coins and Tricks Therewith Modern Coin Magic 260
Unknown Nickel to Half Dollar special folding half with nickel soldered to center section Modern Coin Magic 260
Unknown The Ring Coin coin with ring glued to it Modern Coin Magic 261
Unknown The Squirting Nickel when pressed, water squirts out Modern Coin Magic 264
Tom Hollingsworth Second Version coin bite Modern Coin Magic 291
Nate Leipzig, Rolland Hamblen The Stack of Quarters six quarters covered with cone transform into pennies, quarters are found in the hand Modern Coin Magic 253
Gerald Kosky Lapelled coin produced under spectator's lapel, then it vanishes and is fairly produced from the same spot agai The Phoenix 251 - 300 (Issue 291) 1164
Ronald B. Edwards Just A Half magician's joke, tearing up a folding half The Phoenix 251 - 300 (Issue 299) 1197
Karrell Fox That's a Hot One coin vanishes and appears in a folded tissue paper which is to small for the coin, flash paper Kornfidentially Yours 12
Harvey P. Graham, George Starke, Milbourne Christopher 1 & 50 cent to 50 cent, gaffed The Phoenix 251 - 300 (Issue 298) 1191
Don Tanner 1.35 Tip coins vanish, nesting gaff The New Phoenix 301-348 (Issue 303) 10
Don Alan Sneaky Half Dollar in Bottle coin in bottle combined with Anti-Gravico gimmick Pretty Sneaky 32
Don Alan A Las Vegas Fairy Tale through spectator's hand, with a cone and small die Pretty Sneaky 28
Edward Marlo S.O.C. half dollar and three copper coins, transposition, coins to box, coins through card case, see also page 40Related toVariations Coining Magic 24
Bobby Bernard Impromptu Coin Catcher scotch tape Magic in Miniature 3
John Howie Psychicoin spirit taps, with coin and ashtray, eventually coin penetrates ashtrayInspired by
  • L. Vosburgh Lyon's "The Tapping Ball" in Bruce Elliott's "Magic as a Hobby"
The New Phoenix 301-348 (Issue 348) 219
Bert Allerton The Stack of Quarters through spectator's hand, with a bill The Close-Up Magician 14
Fred Kaps Hoo Coin Routine Kaps on Coins 4
Fred Kaps Coin Vanish Under Card coin vanishes and reappears under card, with swivel magnet gaff Kaps on Coins 5
Fred Kaps Coins Through Table four coins, with thread Kaps on Coins 9
Fred Kaps Another Coin Vanish Under Card with thread Kaps on Coins 11
Dr. Stanley Jaks Das Münzenwunder copper silver are covered with walnut shell, one penetrates one of two slates held by spectatorAlso published here Dr. Stanley-Jaks und seine Geheimnisse 26
Ronald B. Edwards The Ambitious Quarter ambitious coin The New Phoenix 351-400 (Issue 354) 245
U. F. Grant Phantom Coins in spectator's breast pocket, see page 342 for idea by G. E. HillAlso published here The New Phoenix 351-400 (Issue 375) 327
U. F. Grant Nickle to English Penny with playing card The New Phoenix 351-400 (Issue 374) 325
U. F. Grant Zella's Space Coin with chinatown quarter, transposition with playing card The New Phoenix 351-400 (Issue 381) 354
Dino Mazza Half-Fast Surprise half dollar from paper which is too small to contain it The New Phoenix 351-400 (Issue 382) 355
Nate Leipzig Penny Out of a Glass of Beer coin in a glass of beer rises out of it Dai Vernon's Tribute to Nate Leipzig 130
Dino Mazza Dino's Silver Phantasy two coins produced from rolled billRelated to The New Phoenix 351-400 (Issue 388) 379
Ben Christopher Money Monte with business card and bill, final phase one coin is wrapped in billVariations The New Phoenix 351-400 (Issue 398) 420
Robert E. Olson Folding Money coin is produced from a smaller container The New Phoenix 351-400 (Issue 395/396) 410
Si Weigan Half and Half dollar bill is rolled in a tube and half dollar is produced, half of bill is missing The New Phoenix 351-400 (Issue 399) 425
Conrad H. Haden The Silver and Two Copper Transposition including "Alternate Version" The New Modern Coin Magic 442
Ron Bauer Made In Japan The New Modern Coin Magic 485
Stewart Judah Chinatown Dollar Routine chinese coin and dollar are in handkerchief on table, one coin removed, they transpose in various phases The New Modern Coin Magic 459
U. F. Grant Zella's Space Coins (originally from New Phoenix)Also published here The New Modern Coin Magic 480
Unknown The Chinese Quarter double sided coin with chinese side The New Modern Coin Magic 439
Albert Goshman The Sun and Moon The New Modern Coin Magic 440
Unknown The New Folding Half The New Modern Coin Magic 438
Walter Rollins Coins Through Table four different sized coins, into glassRelated to The New Modern Coin Magic 450
C. Thomas Magrum Quick Change dollar to half dollar to copper, vanishes, dollar reappears bent and is straightened The New Modern Coin Magic 472
U. F. Grant The Phantom Coins two methodsAlso published here The New Modern Coin Magic 481
Bob Farrell More Monte using billInspired by The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 1, No. 3) 14
T. Nelson Downs An Extra Load for the Miser's Dream getting a forty coin load, described by John Mulholland The New Modern Coin Magic 426
Stewart Judah Half Dollar Vanish coin vanishes when stick is pushed through hand, sticky The New Modern Coin Magic 417
Louis Tannen Blasted, Jr. The New Modern Coin Magic 488
Unknown Magnetic Coins The New Modern Coin Magic 438
U. F. Grant The Queen Bows coin penetrates tray and falls into glass underneath The New Modern Coin Magic 482
Louis Tannen Blasted coin penetrates inverted glass which is on gaffed trayRelated to The New Modern Coin Magic 486
Unknown The New Quarter and Half Dollar Transposition gaffed versionInspired by The New Modern Coin Magic 439
Stewart Judah The Coins and the Matchbooks coins travel around underneath matchbooks The New Modern Coin Magic 452
Milton Kort Magnetic Stack of Quarters The New Modern Coin Magic 457
Unknown Regular Shell Coins The New Modern Coin Magic 438
Unknown Expanded Shells The New Modern Coin Magic 438
Sam Leo Horowitz A Quarter and A Half half dollar and quarter become two half dollar and back The New Modern Coin Magic 444
John Mulholland Quarter and Half Routine The New Modern Coin Magic 445
Conrad H. Haden A Surprise Routine with the $1.35 Trick The New Modern Coin Magic 447
James T. Stoppard Stoppard's Peregrinating Coins coin produced from purse frame, travel to glass, placed in purse frame The New Modern Coin Magic 447
Horace Goldin The Witch-Doctor's Coin chinese coin and string routine, two routines (originally from Sphinx) The New Modern Coin Magic 463
J. B. Bobo Coin on the Stick chinese coin The New Modern Coin Magic 466
Stewart Judah A Copper and Silver Release coins threaded on string, penny and dime set The New Modern Coin Magic 468
Rolland Hamblen The Photo Coins coin travels from one hand to other, paper between coins, selected card appears on paper The New Modern Coin Magic 475
Edward Marlo, Takeshi Nemoto Hanktration coin visibly penetrates handkerchief and falls into glass The New Modern Coin Magic 483
Aaron Wainer Apex date on coins divined The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 1, No. 4) 21
Gerald Bruning The Flash Silver and Copper silver and copper coin wrapped in flash paper in ash tray, lighted, copper penetrates ash tray The New Modern Coin Magic 471
J. B. Bobo Trick Coin Miscellany on the use of trick coins The New Modern Coin Magic 437
Unknown Spinning Nickels fall onto one side when spun The New Modern Coin Magic 438
Unknown Squirting Coins The New Modern Coin Magic 438
Conrad H. Haden Dime to English Penny The New Modern Coin Magic 439
Al Flosso, Karl Fulves The Wonderful Coin Trick coin held with visible pull as gag, then really vanishes from end of pullVariations The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 1, No. 10) 52
Unknown Stack of Halves The New Modern Coin Magic 438
J. B. Bobo The Stack of Nickels and Die die placed on stack and covered, betting game that die can be moved underneath, sucker element The New Modern Coin Magic 453
J. B. Bobo The Stack of Quarters The New Modern Coin Magic 455
Horace E. Bennett Coins From Hand To Hand four silver coins in one hand travel one by one to four copper coins in the other hand The Art of Close-Up Magic - Volume 1 187
Fred Lowe, Brian MacCarthy The Disappearing Hole slit in center of a paper, different coins disappear and reappear, based on MacCarthy's "The Disappearing Hole" in "Impromptu" from 1939, see also Jerry Andrus' "Zone Zero" The Art of Close-Up Magic - Volume 1 216
John Benzais Another Simple Vanish with handkerchief on table, inspired by "Mr. Leipzig Entertains at Dinner" (Gen, March 1955) The Best of Benzais 24
Albert Spackman Merely A Beer Matter coin appears and vanishes between two coasters, bigger coin appears as a kicker The Art of Close-Up Magic - Volume 1 290
Niberco Four Coins and a Tumbler four coins The Art of Close-Up Magic - Volume 1 198
J. "Rink" van Rinkhuyzen Migrating Pennies eight coins, travel from under lid into box, from box into hand, penetrate the table and the box, two shells The Art of Close-Up Magic - Volume 1 232
Unknown Improved Pull The Art of Close-Up Magic - Volume 1 110
Frederica The Great Purse Swindle three half crowns in a purse transform into three pennies, again three half crowns are put into the purse and everything wrapped in a handkerchief, purse travels to the pocket and again contains three pennies The Art of Close-Up Magic - Volume 1 106
Hans G. Stumpf, George Leitmayr Match Sword Box coin in matchbox is penetrated by six matches The Art of Close-Up Magic - Volume 2 91
Harvey Rosenthal Demon Coin coin from bill, see also p. 270 for reference The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 4, No. 4) 238
Horace E. Bennett The Change Purse two half dollars travel into a purse The Art of Close-Up Magic - Volume 2 145
Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser Coin Tray made of glass The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 5, No. 3rd Folio) 299
Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser Coins In Flight 1. six coins travel from hand to tray
2. repeat with two
3. from hand to hand
4. two spectators have twelve coins, four travel across
The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 5, No. 3rd Folio) 299
J. "Rink" van Rinkhuyzen Coins Apart four copper and four silver coins are mixed in the hand, copper coins travel to the other hand, with a stick The Art of Close-Up Magic - Volume 2 109
Dan Tong Perambulating Coins various travels and hand penetration with penny and nickle, using gimmick with penny/nickle glued together HEX! 70
Horace E. Bennett Coin Exchange five english pennies in an okito box transpose with four half dollars, hollowed stack, version of Jimmy Ray's "Okito Coin Box Routine" from "Between the Acts" The Art of Close-Up Magic - Volume 2 149
David Berglas The Vanish Of the Stack Of Pence for the cap and pence trick The Art of Close-Up Magic - Volume 2 212
Roland Hurley, Richard Himber Chinese Enigma dollar and ribbon in spectator's pocket, chinese coin in hand, they change places, reconstructed from an advertisement description of Richard Himber Hierophant (Issue 3) 101
Marvin Johnson Coin Transpo of a sandwiched coin, also with Okito box The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 5, No. 6) 332
Ger Copper Money in the Cards four coins appear underneath four selected cards, with coin holder in the lap Magic from Holland 2
Jay Weiler Hook Coin Gag for magicians The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 5, No. 4) 318
Morty Rudnick Two Coins two coins under two cards, one travels to the other, coins connected with thread, see also p. 348Related toVariations The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 5, No. 8) 343
John Bowery Added Bit for "Two Coins" coin travels to under card to second coin, coins connected with threadInspired by The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 5, No. 11) 363
Ger Copper Speaking of Money half dollar changes to dollar and back, then to quarter and giant coin