15 entries in Safety Pin / Penetration / Miscellaneous
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
P. T. Selbit Match through Safety Pin
1943/27 Tarbell Course in Magic — Volume 3 68
Jerry Andrus Metal Through Metal also as pin through pencil
1955 Safety Pin-Trix 48
Jerry Andrus The Penetrating Pin safety pin though plate
1955 Safety Pin-Trix 51
Dr. Murco Ringnalda String Escape
1955 Safety Pin-Trix 60
Lu Brent, Orville Wayne Meyer Safety Pin Off Ribbon
1955 Safety Pin-Trix 61
Amedeo Vacca Pin-Up Time rope, finger ring and safety pin, linking effect
1974 Amedeo's Continental Magic 57
Scotty York A Ring Trilogy two ring on string phases, then ring penetrates finger and is linked to safety pin, slit ring
VariationsAlso published here 1975 Lecture 21
Al Mann Permutation of Matter - A Solid Through Solid Effect safety pins link together, three phases
  • Part I - three pins link in spectator's hand
  • Part II - safety pin links with finger ring, phase with Andrus Linking Pin gimmick
  • Part III - pins are magnetized (inspired by Rink's Acrobatic Paperclips)
Inspired byRelated to 1977 Psycho-Mentisis 3
Karl Fulves Pin-A.Tration No. 87, two linked safety pins penetrate handkerchief one by one, MacCarthy fold
1981 Self-Working Table Magic 109
Scotty York A Ring Trilogy two ring on string phases, then ring penetrates finger and is linked to safety pin, slit ring
Also published here 1984 Magic with Finger Rings 31
Scotty York Stand-Up Ring Routine stand up version, with half ring
Inspired byAlso published here
  • lecture notes "Decennial Prelection"
1984 Magic with Finger Rings 35
Richard Bartram, Jr. Pinatrated Bill safety pin penetrates bill
Also published here Apr. 1987 Apocalypse (Vol. 10 No. 4) 1333
Michael Weber Down with Safety pulling a safety pin along a man's shirt
Related to 1991 Life Savers 47
Richard Bartram, Jr. Pinatrated Bill safety pin penetrates bill
Also published here 1993 Mystification 91
Dave Robertson The Pin Thing safety pin links to endless chain
Inspired by
  • different method by Franz Biemans
1998 Five Times Five — Scotland 86