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Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
Conrad H. Haden You Think As I Think No. 13, named number or digit is predicted, repeated
1944 19
Conrad H. Haden A Pinch Hitter No. 14, three three-digit numbers are predicted, stooge that nail-writes them in
1944 19
Conrad H. Haden Whose Name? No. 15, assistant (or stooge) write freely chosen name on frame of slate and blindfolded performer then divines it
1944 20
Conrad H. Haden Easy Card Prediction No. 17, chosen card predicted on business card
1944 21
Conrad H. Haden Dime to English Penny
1966 439
Conrad H. Haden The Silver and Two Copper Transposition including "Alternate Version"
Variations 1966 442
Conrad H. Haden A Surprise Routine with the $1.35 Trick
1966 447
Scotty York, Roger Klause, Conrad H. Haden Another Excedrin Headache for Roger based on Conrad Haden's "The Silver and Two Copper Transposition", with aspirin box that fills with pills
1975 17
Richard Chiswell, Conrad H. Haden Silver and Two Copper Transposition ungimmicked, see Bobo (Coin Magic) p. 442
Apr. 1978
Pabular (Vol. 4 No. 8)
Tom Gagnon Silver and Two Copper Interlude with shot glass
Inspired by 1981 81
Al Baker, Conrad H. Haden Bak-Had Bead Trick cut and restrung in mouth
Also published here
  • marketed 1947
The Secret Ways of Al Baker (Issue Instructions)