42 entries in Coin / Effect Themes / Transformation / Changes in the Spectator's Hand
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
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
1876 Modern Magic 161
Unknown The Bewitched Nickel nickel changes to penny in spectator's hand
Variations 1909 The Art of Magic 260
Unknown The Transmutation of Metal copper coin stack under cone changes to dimes
1909 The Art of Magic 268
Unknown Half Dollar and Penny coin transformation, unusual gaff
1935 Coin Magic 38
Eddie Joseph Unfair Exchange half dollar given to spectator, performer grabs same half dollar from air, quarter found in spectator's hand
Related to 1942 Coin and Money Magic 77
Tom Osborne Answer To Hey Magish! "Show Us A Trick" short changing in a routine, dime to penny but not revealing it
1943 The Phoenix 1-50 (Issue 35) 145
Otis Manning Seven Cent Sorcery while trying to snatch a coin from spectator's hand, it transforms into an other coin
1944 The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 57) 233
Larry Russell, Unknown The Lightning Change spectator is to close his hand around half dollar at count of three, performer exchanges it quickly and without noticing
Related toVariations June 1945 Hugard's Magic Monthly — Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 3 No. 1) 129
Roger Barkann, Wallace The Lightning Change ideas for referenced item
Inspired by July 1945 Hugard's Magic Monthly — Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 3 No. 2) 137
Wallace Lee The Ghost of a Coin
1947 Watch This One! 89
Wallace Lee The Ghost of a Coin coin to glass disc in spectator's hand
1947 Watch This One! 99
Milton Kort Half Dollar to Quarter
1952 Modern Coin Magic 73
Unknown Second Method stack of quarters covered with a bill tube transforms into pennies, quarters are reappear in purse
1952 Modern Coin Magic 255
Unknown Change in a Spectator's Hand half dollar to chinese coin
1966 The New Modern Coin Magic 356
Scotty York I. Borrowed Nickel Thru Spectator Hand - (Almost) borrowed Nickel turns into five Pennies when tapped with pen, on spectator's hand
1977 Greenville Lecture 1
Richard Kaufman, Scott Weiser Torn Between Two Worlds Torn, changed and then restored coin
1981 CoinMagic 193
David Roth Digital Copper/Silver spectator holds copper/silver coin
VariationsAlso published here 1982 The Collected Almanac (Vol. 1 No. 1) 2
Steve Beam Impromptu Scotch and Soda copper coin changes into silver in spectator's hand, ungaffed
1982 Steve Beam On Coins — Volume II 32
David Roth Digital Copper/Silver spectator holds copper/silver coin
Also published here 1985 Expert Coin Magic 73
Albert Goshman, Dai Vernon Copper/Silver credit information, half dollar held by spectator changes places with copper coin, then vanishes and reappears under salt shaker.
1985 Magic By Gosh 47
Michael Weber Steel small black ball put in spectator's hand, it is then suddenly in performer's hand and spectator holds different steel ball instead
Inspired by 1985 Seminarheft 15
Larry Jennings The Chinese Connection in spectator's hand where they change into chinese as a climax
1986 The Classic Magic of Larry Jennings 75
Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders A Change for the Better copper and silver coins transpose twice, then given to spectator, they change into Chinese coins in his hands
Variations 1987 When Creators Collide... 30
Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders Short-Changed for the Better copper and silver coins transpose once, then given to spectator, they change into Chinese coins in his hands, see also p. xii at back of book
Inspired by 1987 When Creators Collide... 35
Gary Kurtz Four Fisted Copper/Silver - transformation combo, two coins change in performer's hands and two in spectator's
Also published here 1987 To the Point 3
Gary Kurtz Four Fisted II four quarters turn into four copper coins
Also published here 1987 To the Point 6
Gary Kurtz Midas Trio three different copper coins change to silver coins (quarter, half dollar, dollar)
1987 Several New Pieces 11
Gary Kurtz Body Heat using Connie Haden's "Two Copper/One Silver" gaff
Related to 1988 Continuations ... Departures 1 14
Gary Kurtz Four Fisted Copper/Silver - transformation combo, two coins change in performer's hands and two in spectator's
Related toAlso published here 1988 Continuations ... Departures 2 1
Gary Kurtz Four Fisted II four quarters turn into four copper coins
Also published here 1988 Continuations ... Departures 2 4
Gary Kurtz Body Heat using Scotch and Soda Gimmick
Related to 1990 Unexplainable Acts 32
Gary Kurtz Four-Fisted Copper/Silver - Transformation Combo
Related to 1990 Unexplainable Acts 35
Gary Kurtz Four Fisted #2 four quarters turn into four copper coins
1990 Coin Magic 17
Dan Strange Purse Palm change shell picked off of coin on back of spectator's hand into Purse Palm
1991 Strange Happenings 6
Steve Hook Silver Thief coin under playing card transposes with coin in hand twice, then the one from the hand travels to join the one under the card
Inspired by 1994 Wonderful Routines of Magic — The Second Addendum 171
Larry Jennings The Airport Coin Trick
  • The Jennings Tapes
coin changes from copper to silver, then to Chinese into spectator's hand
June 1999 Genii (Vol. 62 No. 6) 49
Michael Esposito Golden Girl coin transforms into gold coin under bill that is removed from wallet
Inspired by 2001 Latter Day Secrets (Issue 5) 137
Ali Bongo Alichemy five coins change in spectator's hand from copper to gold
Also published here 2002 Lecture Notes — Geneva 2002 12
Ali Bongo Alichemy five coins change in spectator's hand from copper to gold
Also published here 2003 Lecture Notes — Morges 2003 12
Donny Orbit Conversion three half dollars put in hand, one changes into copper and is placed in pocket, repeated with other two, last in spectator's hand, coins change back to silver in pocket
Jan. 2009 Genii (Vol. 72 No. 1) 21
Wayne Houchin Expectation penny changes in dime in hand of spectator, magnet strap
June 2009 Genii (Vol. 72 No. 6) 67
Chris Korn Backhanded Transportation coin in spectator's hand transposes with coin on back of his hand, coin visually changes on back of spectator's hand, called "Backhanded Transposition" in write-up
Also published here
  • MAGIC, Mar. 2002
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