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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 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 Knowing how much Money a Spectator has stooge The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XXV) 186
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 To make a groat or a testor to sinke through a table, and to vanish out of a handkercher verie strangelie coin vanishes from handkerchief with dummy coin inside and penetrates table and falls into glass held underneathRelated to The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XXIV) 185
Unknown False Transfer with Back Clip The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XXIV) 185
Unknown To throwe a peece of monie awaie, and to find it againe where you list coin thrown into air vanishes (classic palm with second and third fingers), duplicate appears somewhere else (like on a stooge) The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XXIV) 185
Unknown To throwe a peece of monie into a deepe pond, and to fetch it againe from whence you list marked coin thrown into river is reproduced from somewhere else, similarly marked duplicate The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XXV) 186
Unknown Of conveiance of monie classic palmRelated to The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XXIV) 184
Unknown To convert or transubstantiate monie into counters, or counters into monie shuttle pass as transformation The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XXIV) 184
Unknown To put one testor into one hand, and an other into the other hand, and with words to bring them togither The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XXIV) 184
Unknown How to doo the same or the like feate otherwise one coin in each hand, they travel together The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XXIV) 184
Unknown To put one testor into a strangers hand, and another into your owne, and to conveie both into the strangers hand with words "double lift" with coins, double put into spectator's hand (sponge ball trick with coins)Related to The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XXIV) 184
Unknown To transforme anie one small thing into anie other forme by folding of paper Buddha papers, with paper or handkerchief, standard back-to-back paper method and ungaffed methodRelated to The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XXVI) 187
Unknown Juggling knacks by confederacie, and how to know whether one cast crosse or pile by the ringing heads or tails divined repeatedly, stooge with verbal code and psychology The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XXX) 191
Unknown To conveie one shilling being in one hand into another, holding your armes abroad like a rood sucker bet in which a coin is in each hand, it is proposed to bring them into one hand without the hands coming near each other The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XXV) 187
Unknown How to rap a wag on the knuckles gag in which a spectator is rapped on the knucklesRelated to The Discoverie of Witchcraft (Issue XXV) 187
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 seeme to blow a sixe pence out of another mans hand coin pressed into spectator's hand vanishes, and reappears at sleeveRelated to The Art of Legerdemain Discovered 49
Unknown Feats by conveyance of money classic palm, very briefRelated to The Art of Legerdemain Discovered 45
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 How to make sixe pence seeme to fall thorow a Table coin vanishes from handkerchief with dummy coin inside and penetrates table and falls into glass held underneathRelated to The Art of Legerdemain Discovered 49
Unknown How to transforme any one small thing into another forme by folding of paper Buddha papers to change coinsRelated to The Art of Legerdemain Discovered 47
Unknown A merry conceit gag in which a spectator is rapped on the knuckles as coins are handed out The Art of Legerdemain Discovered 38
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 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 Breslaw's Last Legacy 25
Henri Decremps Divers secrets pour tirer en apparence des écus d'une bourse sans l'ouvrir. more tricks by Pilferer, coins in wallet are placed under hat and then produced, repeated with different method, finally effect is repeated by placing a coin into a stocking Supplément A La Magie Blanche Dévoillée 33
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 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 Odd or Even, or the Mysterious Addition rather transparent math trick in which performer apparently knows whether the amount of coins selected is odd or even Modern Magic 160
Unknown Producing Clink with Wand when tapping on clothing, two methods (gimmicked wand and ungaffed) Modern Magic 170
Unknown A Florin being spun upon the Table, to tell blindfold whether it falls head or tail upwards coin gaffed Modern Magic 159
Unknown Inertia Sleeving Related to Modern Magic 183
Unknown The Rattle Box "To make a Coin vanish from the Box, through still heard to rattle within" Modern Magic 189
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 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 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 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 Multiplication of Money coins are borrowed and multiplied, with or without coin trayRelated to Modern Magic 176
Unknown To change a Florin into a Penny, back again, and then to pass the same invisibly into the pocket of the owner first transformation in hand of spectator, coin marked Modern Magic 161
Unknown Pass 6 multiple coins with sound Modern Magic 151
Unknown The Nest of Boxes Modern Magic 197
Unknown To make two marked Coins, wrapped in separated Handkerchiefs, come together in one of them (expansion of texture configuration) Modern Magic 164
Unknown The Travelling Counters twelve coins, travel around, at one point they are stuck together to a solid block Modern Magic 180
Jean-Eugène Robert-Houdin The Crystal Cash-Box coins appear in box that hangs on strings, electrical Modern Magic 487
Unknown To Pull Four Florins or Half-crowns through a Handkerchief with assistance of spectator, presented as vanish and reappearance from spectator's clothes Modern Magic 168
Unknown Classic Palming of Coins Modern Magic 146
Friedrich Wilhelm Frikell Frikell Thumb Palm Modern Magic 149
Unknown Front Palm Clip Modern Magic 152
Unknown Mentioning Palm Positions brief, "coin by its edges between tow of the fingers, or between the thumb and the side of the hand" & finger palm Modern Magic 153
Unknown Changes Change 1 - Change 5 Modern Magic 157
Jean-Eugène Robert-Houdin Wrapping Coin in Handkerchief fake wrapping, two methodsRelated to Modern Magic 166
Unknown The Magic Cover and Vanishing Halfpence hollow coin stack Modern Magic 184
Unknown The Handkerchief for Vanishing Money coin sewn in corner Modern Magic 194
Unknown The Miraculous Casket coins vanish one at a time from mechanical box Modern Magic 202
Unknown The Vanishing Halfpenny Box "To make a Halfpenny vanish from the Box and again return to it", little round box, coin with inside of box on one side Modern Magic 187
Unknown The Brass Box for Money, known as the "Plug-box" to vanish, reproduce or exchange coins Modern Magic 192
Unknown Pass 7 (La Coulée) for large coin, featuring front palm clip Modern Magic 152
Unknown The Half-crown (or Florin) Wand Modern Magic 203
Unknown To make a marked Florin and Penny, wrapped in separate Handkerchiefs, change places at command including variation with spectator's and performer's hands instead of handkerchiefs Modern Magic 163
Unknown Pass 8 with wand in same hand Modern Magic 153
Unknown The Pepper-box for vanishing money Modern Magic 190
Unknown The Brass Money-box for vanishing a coin Modern Magic 191
Unknown The Demon Handkerchief (Le Mouchoir du Diable) Modern Magic 195
Professor Hoffmann Managing the False Transfer gaze and angles Modern Magic 154
Unknown To pass a Marked Florin (or Half-crown) into the Centre of two Oranges in Succession Variations Modern Magic 170
Unknown The Shower of Money Modern Magic 205
Unknown The Ball of Berlin Wool Modern Magic 198
Unknown The Glass Goblet and Cover coins appear audibly in glass goblet Modern Magic 199
Unknown The Glass without Cover, for Money coins appear audibly in glass goblet Modern Magic 200
Unknown The Mysterious Salver rings, coins or key travel into glass on tablet audibly when covered, mechanical Modern Magic 416
Unknown Pass 1 right hand classic palm, fake transfer to left (described with coin but for all small objects) Modern Magic 147
Friedrich Wilhelm Frikell Pass 2 featuring thumb grip Modern Magic 149
Unknown Pass 3 fake pick-up Modern Magic 150
Unknown Pass 4 (Le Tourniquet) "French Drop" Modern Magic 150
Unknown Pass 5 (La Pincette) French Drop from natural grip Modern Magic 151
Unknown The Capital Q back-count force with counters/coins or cards, as divination with partial stackAlso published here Tricks with Cards 95
Unknown Finger Palm brief Tricks with Cards 192
Unknown Classic Palm brief Tricks with Cards 192
Bland The Card-Catching Plate four cards appear attached to rim of plate when deck is thrown at it Tricks with Cards 187
Unknown Money-producing Cards from single card, then more coins from deck Tricks with Cards 191
Unknown The Walking Shilling More Magic 125
Unknown The Climbing Coin "A Florin made to climb up the face of a small Wooden Pillar, into a Box at top", mechanicalVariations More Magic 181
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 Capital Q back-count force with counters/coins or cards, as divination with partial stackVariationsAlso published here More Magic 27
Unknown Coin Duplication making two out of one coin one-handed, shell More Magic 162
Unknown To make a Coin Vanish from and Return to the Left Hand More Magic 145
Unknown To Vanish Coins and Reproduce them from the Elbow More Magic 146
Professor Hoffmann Multiplying Coins and Tricks therewith shell, one coin becomes three and one again More Magic 161
Unknown To Rub a Coin into the Elbow More Magic 146
H. B. Lodge A New "Multiplication" Trick single coin becomes thirty or sixty coins More Magic 154
Professor Field Pass 12 click pass More Magic 141
Unknown Sweep Load coin dropped in hand with semi-circular sweep motion More Magic 145
Jean-Eugène Robert-Houdin The Two Hats coins travel at once from one hat to another, acoustical illusion, brief outlineRelated to
  • Secrets of Conjuring & Magic, p. 124
More Magic 147
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
Unknown Pass 10 simple finger palm transfer More Magic 140
Unknown Pass 11 (The "finger" palm) clip palm between first and second finger More Magic 140
Unknown Coin Changes - Change 6
- Change 7 (Single handed)
More Magic 142
Prof. Robert Hellis Change 8 (Single handed) More Magic 142
Unknown To Wrap a Coin Apparently in a Handkerchief More Magic 144
Unknown To Produce Coins from a Lighted Candle mechanical candle which holds coins More Magic 157
Prof. Robert Hellis Coins Across six coins & extra coin More Magic 170
Unknown To Extract a Coin from a Folded Paper More Magic 143
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 More Magic 147
Unknown The Shower of Gold empty glass vase covered on table, coins travel into itVariations More Magic 428
Unknown Pass 9 (The "Jerk-Back" Palm) coin touches left palm and secretly jumps back in other handRelated toVariations More Magic 139
Unknown Einen Thaler durch ein Kartenspiel wandern zu lassen No. 7, deck placed on glass, coin dropped on top appears in glass, assistant pulls off bottom card which is at a thread Der Kartenkünstler 9
Unknown Changement mehrerer Münzen mit einem Kartenspiel No. 5, deck changes place with three coins, both covered with paper boxes, two deck shells Der Kartenkünstler 92
Unknown False Transfer no details Der Kartenkünstler 10
Unknown Die unsichtbare Reise eines Thalers deck of cards placed on glass, coin vanishes and appears in glass or penetrates deckRelated to Der moderne Kartenkünstler 31
Unknown Das Thalerkartenspiel deck put on glass, coin borrowed and it penetrates deck and drops into glass Der moderne Kartenkünstler 173
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 Durchdringen der Materie glass covered with deck of cards, coin invisible thrown towards glass, it lands inside, clockworkRelated to Der moderne Kartenkünstler 193
Unknown The Cards, Coins and Glass deck placed on glass, coins penetrate deck and fall into glass, three methods (impromptu, gaffed cards, gaffed tableRelated to New Era Card Tricks 125
Unknown The Coin Card removable pocket New Era Card Tricks 267
Unknown Thalerscheibe holder gimmick for coins Jedermann Zauberkünstler! 24
Samuel "St. Roman" Thiersfeld Die rotierende Münze No. 11, coin spins between fingers, mechanical Jedermann Zauberkünstler! 42
Unknown Coin Sleeving brief, as vanish Jedermann Zauberkünstler! 143
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
Unknown Das Eskamotieren vanishes without a false-transfer
- one-handed back palm coin vanish
- one-handed silk vanish (with rubber band at back of hand)
Related to Jedermann Zauberkünstler! 142
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 Der wandernde Thaler No. 10, borrowed marked coin travels audibly into glass bottle that a spectator holds on his head, examined, then bottle broken to retrieve coin, dummy coin really in bottle Jedermann Zauberkünstler! 39
Samuel "St. Roman" Thiersfeld Die reisenden Münzen No. 48, four coins travel to paper bag Jedermann Zauberkünstler! 130
Unknown Das Changieren false transfer, multiple methods with different props Jedermann Zauberkünstler! 139
Unknown Coin Pull multiple coins on pull Jedermann Zauberkünstler! 132
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 Jedermann Zauberkünstler! 32
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 Der magische Flaschenstöpsel No. 16, fake metal cork contains folding coin, spring catapults coin out of cork into bottle Der Amateurzauberer 48
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 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 Thalerschnitte thin coins for certain manipulations Der Amateurzauberer 8
Servais LeRoy Money Everywhere No. 6, coins produced from spectator's clothing, hidden in small bags in other hand or at body Der Amateurzauberer 19
Unknown Die schnelle Vermehrung No. 9, borrowed coin is multiplied into twenty coins, they have a small hole and are hidden under vest with thread through them Der Amateurzauberer 27
Unknown Der Lochthaler No. 10, finger through coin, one-handed and two-handed handling, hole coin with shell Der Amateurzauberer 28
Unknown Das Zerreiben einer Münze No. 2, one-handed coin vanish, rubbing coin into back clip positionRelated to Der Amateurzauberer 7
Unknown Coin Duplication and Vanish with shell, vanish with standard fake pick-up of shell Der Amateurzauberer 12
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
T. Nelson Downs Die an den Fingerspitzen erscheinenden Geldstücke No. 3, one-handed production of several coins one by one in a fan from classic palm Der Amateurzauberer 9
Unknown 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 Der Amateurzauberer 41
Unknown Coin through Table coin thrown in full glass (or hat), penetrates glass and table, shell Der Amateurzauberer 13
Unknown Die Thaler im Hut No. 15, hat and plate examined, plate put on hat, coins vanish and are heard dropping into hat, secret mechanical container Der Amateurzauberer 46
T. Nelson Downs Die Wanderung durch das Knie coin through knee, using back palm Der Amateurzauberer 5
T. Nelson Downs Das Durchdringen des Hutbodens coin through hat Der Amateurzauberer 6
Unknown Der aus einem Glase verschwindende Thaler No. 18, coin really placed in glass, then covered with handkerchief, coin vanishes, two methods:
- coin held underneath glass with fake double bottom, glass filled with water
- slit in glass
Der Amateurzauberer 51
Unknown Die amerikanische Thalerkassette No. 11, box in which four coins are in slits, they vanish one by one mechanically each time the lid is opened and closed, variation in which they all vanish at once or a finger ring vanishes Der Amateurzauberer 31
Unknown Das Münzenlineal No. 13, threads are attached to a rule or stick, coins appear at end of threads Der Amateurzauberer 39
Unknown Die elektrische Ampel No. 19, apparatus hangs on threads, four coins appear one by one on it, electro magnet Der Amateurzauberer 54
Unknown Die Faunmaske No. 17, devil mask that spews out coinsRelated to Der Amateurzauberer 50
Unknown Der Doppelthaler No. 4, shell and applications Der Amateurzauberer 11
Unknown The Miser's Dream No. 5, standard method and more, spectator catches final invisible coin that drops audibly into hat Der Amateurzauberer 14
Unknown Der Münzenpokal No. 12, glass goblet with glass cover, four coins travel into glass at once, copentro Der Amateurzauberer 35
Unknown 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 Der Amateurzauberer 21
T. Nelson Downs The Back and Front Palm T. Nelson Downs' Continuous Method The Modern Conjurer 144
Unknown A Dodge with a Sixpence non-magical science experiment The Modern Conjurer 293
Unknown To Bore a Hole Through a Coin with a Needle non-magical science experiment The Modern Conjurer 311
T. Nelson Downs Multiple Coin Click Pass The Modern Conjurer 173
L. Graham Lewis The Cap and Pence with small die and paper cap The Modern Conjurer 163
Unknown Coin in Card, Paper in Candle Trick marked coin travels into card, piece of paper into candleRelated to The Modern Conjurer 249
Unknown To Palm a Coin classic palm with tips and covers The Modern Conjurer 141
Unknown Finger Clip, Thumb Clip The Modern Conjurer 147
Friedrich Wilhelm Frikell Frikell Thumb Palm The Modern Conjurer 154
Frank Kennard To Extract a Marked Coin from a Handkerchief Gypsy Switch handlingRelated to The Modern Conjurer 159
Henri De Manche To Change a Coin one-handedRelated to The Modern Conjurer 153
Unknown A Coin Wrapped in Paper Disappears Related to The Modern Conjurer 168
Charles Bertram The Aerial Mint with hat The Modern Conjurer 176
T. Nelson Downs To Pass Ten Coins Held in Left Hand into a Glass Held in Right Hand at Arm's Length The Modern Conjurer 172
Unknown The Pass with a Coin The Modern Conjurer 143
Unknown The French Drop, or Tourniquet The Modern Conjurer 152
Unknown A Simple Coin Trick coin in broken match into bottle, non-magical science experiment The Modern Conjurer 295
Unknown The Spider gimmick for front and back palm with coins Later Magic 62
Unknown Back and Front Palm with Coins Later Magic 63
Unknown The "Excelsior" Clip Later Magic 54
Joseph Michael Hartz The Hartz "Hook," for Working Mechanical Pieces hook from ceiling with mechanical piece that can make bells ring, etc.
- The Magic Bell (bell rings by itself)
- The Crystal Cash-box (borrowed coins appear in glass box that hangs from ceiling)
- The Bird-Cage (canary appears in suspended cage)
Also published here Later Magic 68
P. T. Selbit Watch It! watch travels around body, "one watch routine", hook watchRelated toAlso published here
  • "The Magician's Handbook" (Selbit, p. 58)
Later Magic 165
G. W. Hunter Watch It! (Another Method) watch travels around body, "one watch routine", thread and hook watchRelated to Later Magic 167
Professor Hoffmann The Melting Coin (Improved) coin becomes soft, held into flame, becomes tin-foil ballRelated to
  • "La Pièce Fusible" (Robert-Houdin, Secrets of Conjuring and Magic)
Later Magic 484
Joseph Michael Hartz Shower of Gold Addition Inspired by Later Magic 47
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 Roll The Art of Magic 246
Unknown The Coin Dropper The Art of Magic 280
Carl Anderson Improved Coin Dropper The Art of Magic 281
Yank Hoe Laydown Steal The Art of Magic 252
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
John Northern Hilliard The Hilliard Pass coin ends up in back clip The Art of Magic 245
Unknown Every Man his own Mint endless coin production, initial back clip The Art of Magic 270
T.J. Crawford Multiple Coin Vanish one by one The Art of Magic 245
Unknown The Bewitched Nickel nickel changes to penny in spectator's hand The Art of Magic 260
Unknown The Transmutation of Metal copper coin stack under cone changes to dimes The Art of Magic 268
Unknown Multiple Coin Vanish in Handkerchief The Art of Magic 260
Unknown The New Flying Coin handkerchief balled up in glass and held by spectator, coin travels inside The Art of Magic 267
Unknown The Coin Through the Knee into knee, produced from bottom of trousers The Art of Magic 248
T. Nelson Downs The Free and Unlimited Coinage of Silver coin travels under named object on table, then under all objects coin is foundRelated to The Art of Magic 262
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
T. Nelson Downs Latest Method for the "Miser's Dream" Downs Palm Production The Art of Magic 249
T. Nelson Downs The Wrist Palm The Art of Magic 245
T. Nelson Downs Downs Palm The Art of Magic 250
B. Girindrashekhar Coin Substitution switch as hand is passed over coin in other hand The Art of Magic 272
Unknown The Coin through the Hat coin placed on knee, covered with upside-down hat, coin know inside The Art of Magic 255
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 Traveling Coin The Art of Magic 249
T.J. Crawford, Harry Stork An Illusive Coin Pass The Art of Magic 243
Unknown Subtraction of Money coin vanishes from spectator's hand among many coins, back clip The Art of Magic 270
Yank Hoe The Sympathetic Coins on corners of handkerchiefVariations The Art of Magic 251
T. Nelson Downs Second Method of "The Sympathetic Coins", extra coin The Art of Magic 254
T. Nelson Downs The Downs Coin Wand The Art of Magic 273
Unknown The New Coin Wand The Art of Magic 275
B. Girindrashekhar A New Coin Combination fifteen to twenty coins borrowed and placed in hat, one coin is marked and mixed back, unmarked coin is placed in handkerchief, marked one taken out on hand, they change place The Art of Magic 271
Carl Anderson The Coin Easel coin ladder The Art of Magic 282
l'Homme Masqué The Expansion of Texture two coins, one in handkerchief and one in pocket, the one from pocket travels to the one in handkerchief The Art of Magic 256
Joseph Michael Hartz The Improved Money Column coin climbs up on pillar prop, Davenport CabinetInspired byAlso published here Later Magic 655
Joseph Michael Hartz The Improved Money Column coin climbs up on pillar prop, Davenport CabinetAlso published here Magical Titbits 110
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
Frederick E. Jones Writing the Date of a Coin guessing number on a coin, while writing it together with spectator, muscle reading and probability Mind Reading Secrets and Sealed Billet Reading 19
C. O. Williams A New Purse Trick marked coin travels from purse into spectator's pocketAlso published here Later Magic 574
C. O. Williams A New Purse Trick marked coin travels from purse into spectator's pocketAlso published here Magical Titbits 21
Joseph Michael Hartz Card, Coin and Candle coin wrapped in paper vanishes, reappears in chosen card, piece of paper into piece of candleRelated toAlso published here Later Magic 686
Joseph Michael Hartz Card, Coin and Candle coin wrapped in paper vanishes, reappears in chosen card, piece of paper into piece of candleAlso published here Magical Titbits 145
Joseph Michael Hartz The Hartz "Hook," for Working Mechanical Pieces hook from ceiling with mechanical piece that can make bells ring, etc.
- The Magic Bell (bell rings by itself)
- The Crystal Cash-box (borrowed coins appear in glass box that hangs from ceiling)
- The Bird-Cage (canary appears in suspended cage)
Also published here Magical Titbits 206
Professor Hoffmann The Ball of Wool Trick (Improved) Also published here Later Magic 585
Professor Hoffmann The Ball of Wool Trick (Improved) Also published here Magical Titbits 35
James J. Moren Coin Divination No. 3, spectators put row of half dollars on table, performer divines date on every one, one ahead Ten New Miscellaneous Tricks 8
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 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
Unknown Downs Palm Ten New Miscellaneous Tricks 11
Unknown Shuttle Pass Ten New Miscellaneous Tricks 9
Charles T. Jordan The Vanishing Coin No. 4, coin dropped into glass under handkerchief cover vanishes, no glass discRelated to Ten New Pocket Tricks 8
Stanley Collins The Tale of a Till coins on string become free under handkerchief Deceptive Conceptions in Magic 42
Charles T. Jordan Up Your Sleeve No. 9, coin dropped in sleeve and extracted from elbow Ten New Pocket Tricks 20
Charles T. Jordan The Dollar and the Sucker dollar changes into chip in stiff paper The Four Full Hands (Issue Four Full Hands of Down to the Minute Magical Effects) 38
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 Backclip Recovery Ireland Writes a Book 20
Laurie Ireland Penny Up the Sleeve back thumb palm vanish and reproduction Ireland Writes a Book 30
Unknown Click Pass Ireland Writes a Book 21
Laurie Ireland Quarter and Half Dollar Transposition and half changed to quarter Ireland Writes a Book 20
Unknown Simple Switch Ireland Writes a Book 20
Lu Brent A Simple Coin Vanish Coin placed under fold in trousers, covered with hankerchief. Spectator can feel the coin under the handkerchief until last minute before it vanishes Novel Magic 5
Laurie Ireland New Clip Bar for Keller Coin Dropper Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1934) 9
Theodore Annemann Nickles on the Brain date of coin is predicted SH-H-H--! It's A Secret 39
Unknown Dime and Ginger Ale Bottle dime put on mouth of a bottle jumps into the air Coin Magic 29
Unknown Balancing a Coin coin stands upright on outstretched hand Coin Magic 32
Unknown The Talking Coin coin dances in glass, answering questions, assistant Coin Magic 40
Unknown Advanced Flourishes 1. The Steeplechase (coin roll)
2. The Coin Turn Over (multiple coins spread turnover)
3. Vanish and Recovery of Stack of Coins
Coin Magic 47
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)
Coin Magic 79
Unknown Coin and Bottle Coin Magic 41
Unknown Coin Through Ring coin wrapped in handkerchief penetrates finger ring Coin Magic 41
Unknown The Back and Front Palm A. To Vanish the Coin at the Back of the Hand
B. To Bring the Coin to the Front of the Fingers
Coin Magic 62
Andrew Brennan Growing Coin idea of shrinking bill from Linking Ring May 1935 The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 13) 62
Unknown A Useful Move opening coat to hide coin, secret transfer Coin Magic 29
Unknown Acquitment for Front Edge Palm hand wash Coin Magic 67
Unknown A Thought Reading Trick two ways, first coin is discovered in correct hand and then under correct drawer of a matchbox Coin Magic 27
Unknown Sleeve Button Vanish coin hidden between buttons from sleeve Coin Magic 29
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
Unknown The Loads of Coins threaded coins Coin Magic 71
Unknown The Spinning Coin coin spins between two pins Coin Magic 29
Unknown Heads or Tails coin held between two fingers, control if it lands heads or tails up Coin Magic 31
Unknown A Wonderful Juggle Coin Magic 32
Unknown The Elbow Catch Coin Magic 33
Unknown Spin the Coin coin spinned on glass Coin Magic 33
Unknown A Pretty Juggle coin catch from back of hand Coin Magic 33
Unknown To Pick Up a Dime with the Palm Coin Magic 33
Unknown A Pretty Flourish coin on card, card is flicked away Coin Magic 33
Unknown A Blindfold Detection marked coins shuffled among others coins in hat, performer finds first coin blindfolded, second penetrates hatRelated to Coin Magic 60
Unknown Sleeving from Back of Left Hand Coin Magic 48
Unknown, Chris Carven Spinning Coin into the Air sleeve vanish, with variations Coin Magic 49
Unknown Modification of the French Drop sleeving while doing a french drop Coin Magic 49
Laurie Ireland The Quick Change Artist coin into several small coinsRelated to Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1935, "New Card and Coin Manipulation") 22
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 The "Wiesenheimer" Coin Trick coin vanishes from ring put on table covered with a card, alternative method Coin Magic 39
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 Coin and Envelopes marked coin to nest of envelopes made out of newspaper Coin Magic 54
Unknown Trouser Fold Vanish seated, coin vanishes from knee Coin Magic 30
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 Dime in Ear dime vanishes from elbow, hide out in ear Coin Magic 31
Unknown Amusing Dime Catch coin pressed on spectators forehead vanishes Coin Magic 29
Unknown Coin Through a Deck Into a Glass marked coin Coin Magic 14
Unknown Click Pass Coin Magic 17
Unknown Coin and Apple coin and apple change places, under paper cones Coin Magic 22
Unknown Filtration of Coins two coin in two handkerchief one travels to other, marked Coin Magic 11
Unknown Coin Filtration - Second Method Coin Magic 12
Unknown Filtration of Money - Advanced Method coin joins other coin wrapped in handkerchief, then both penetrate the silk Coin Magic 59
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
Unknown A Finger Gimlet Variations Coin Magic 42
Han Ping Chien Han Ping Chien Coin Trick eight coins and an odd one Coin Magic 58
Unknown A Coin Through the Hand back of hand Coin Magic 15
Unknown The Change Over From Front Edge Palm Coin Magic 67
Unknown Boy and Coins coins travel from spectator's hand to hat Coin Magic 17
Unknown A Walking Penny marked coin travels from from under left foot to under right foot Coin Magic 18
Unknown An Easy Trick coin travels under hat Coin Magic 41
Unknown Production from Front Thumb Palm production from Downs palm Coin Magic 65
Martin Chapender Chapender's Method of Palming edge palm Coin Magic 46
Unknown The Front Finger Clip Coin Magic 63
Unknown The Back Finger Clip two methods Coin Magic 64
Unknown The Back Thumb Palm Coin Magic 64
Unknown The Front Thumb Palm Downs Palm Coin Magic 65
Unknown The Front Edge Palm Coin Magic 66
Unknown A Penetrating Coin coin penetrates plate and falls into glass Coin Magic 43
Fred DeMuth Metal Versus Fabric one of two coins penetrates handkerchief, expansing of texture The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 14) 69
Jean Hugard Changes 1. By Means of the Palm Proper
2. With One Hand (De Manche Change without credit)
3. By Means of the Thumb Palm
4. By Means of a Small Tray
Related to Coin Magic 5
Unknown Penny Changes to a Dime two pennies, one changes into dime Coin Magic 37
Unknown Silver to Bronze half dollar covered by drawer of a match box changes to penny and back Coin Magic 43
Unknown Coin Through Hat three coins pass one by one through a hat into a glass Coin Magic 13
Unknown Dime and Matchbox coin vanishes from under matchbox, coin penetrates matchbox Coin Magic 26