to make a groat or a testor to sinke through a table, and to vanish out of a handkercher verie strangelie \n coin vanishes from handkerchief with dummy coin inside and penetrates table and falls into glass held underneath \n unknown \n how to make sixe pence seeme to fall thorow a table \n unknown
1584
the discoverie of witchcraft
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 underneath

how to make a pile of counters seeme to vanish thorow a table \n cap & pence through table, die appears instead on top of table which started in hollowed stack \n unknown
1634
the art of legerdemain discovered
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

how to make sixe pence seeme to fall thorow a table \n coin vanishes from handkerchief with dummy coin inside and penetrates table and falls into glass held underneath \n unknown \n to make a groat or a testor to sinke through a table, and to vanish out of a handkercher verie strangelie \n unknown
1634
the art of legerdemain discovered
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 underneath

the flying money \n 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 \n unknown
1876
modern magic
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

der durch den tisch wandernde thaler \n coin penetrates table and is seen dropping into a hat, stuck to bottom of table with thread set-up \n carl willmann
1895
die zauberwelt Carl Willmann

Der durch den Tisch wandernde Thaler

coin penetrates table and is seen dropping into a hat, stuck to bottom of table with thread set-up

new coin trick \n no. 6, "a la hang ping chien"
six coins under handkerchief on table transpose with die underneath table, coins with wax surface \n louis haley \n charles t. jordan
1920
ten new pocket tricks 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

the flying coin \n marked coin travels from hand to hand to second coin and through table, then same with four coins, glass under table for last phase \n unknown
1935
coin magic
Unknown

The Flying Coin

marked coin travels from hand to hand to second coin and through table, then same with four coins, glass under table for last phase

a pile of pennies \n die under paper tube transforms into coins, coins travel through table and die appears again under tube, hollow coin stack \n unknown
1935
coin magic
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

new routine for the quarter in the beer mug \n dissolving coin, instead of vanish, coin penetrates glass and table and lands in performer's hand \n h.l. schwaberow
1942
ireland's yearbooks H.L. Schwaberow

New Routine For the Quarter In the Beer Mug

dissolving coin, instead of vanish, coin penetrates glass and table and lands in performer's hand

the click pass and the table \n tapping coins on underside of table as sound effect \n arthur h. buckley
1948
principles and deceptions Arthur H. Buckley

The Click Pass and the Table

tapping coins on underside of table as sound effect

passing several coins through a table at which you are seated \n three coins in each hand and one odd coin, han ping chien \n arthur h. buckley
1948
principles and deceptions Arthur H. Buckley

Passing Several Coins Through a Table at which you are seated

three coins in each hand and one odd coin, Han Ping Chien

coins through the table \n eight coins, four penetrate the table, four versions
1.) classic han ping chien
2.) without putting the coins on the knee
3.) with an odd ninth coin
4.) steward judah, six pennies, one nickel \n han ping chien \n j. b. bobo \n stewart judah
1952
modern coin magic Han Ping Chien, J. B. Bobo, Stewart Judah

Coins Through the Table

eight coins, four penetrate the table, four versions
1.) Classic Han Ping Chien
2.) without putting the coins on the knee
3.) with an odd ninth coin
4.) Steward Judah, six pennies, one nickel

85¢ through the table (the $1.35 trick) \n several coins through handkerchief and table, $1.35 shell set \n rolland hamblen
1952
modern coin magic Rolland Hamblen

85¢ Through the Table (The $1.35 Trick)

several coins through handkerchief and table, $1.35 shell set

coin thru the table \n sequence, demonstration of rhythm \n dr. jacob daley \n timing pattern \n dr. jacob daley
1954
the new phoenix 301-348 Dr. Jacob Daley

pouring pennies through a table \n glass of pennies is poured through table, bottomless glass \n mike rogers
1966
the new modern coin magic Mike Rogers

Pouring Pennies Through a Table

glass of pennies is poured through table, bottomless glass

one handed method \n four coins at once, see also slydini's "new version of the coins through the table" (magic of slydini, p. 131) \n john benzais
1967
the best of benzais John Benzais

One Handed Method

four coins at once, see also Slydini's "New Version of the Coins Through the Table" (Magic of Slydini, p. 131)

coins through \n same structure as jack ganson's routine \n lewis ganson \n german box routine \n jack ganson
1967
the art of close-up magic — volume 1 Lewis Ganson

coins through the table \n six coins, a ring and ganson's cushion \n lewis ganson \n slydini \n dai vernon
1967
the art of close-up magic — volume 1 Lewis Ganson, Slydini, Dai Vernon

coins thru the table \n one by one, four coins \n albert goshman \n coins thru table \n albert goshman \n al baker
1968
coins thru the table Albert Goshman

the hammam routine \n signed coin penetrates table and falls in a glass, transforms and travels under other hand, big medallion appears as kicker \n jules debarros
1971
the coins of ishtar Jules DeBarros

The Hammam Routine

signed coin penetrates table and falls in a glass, transforms and travels under other hand, big medallion appears as kicker

copper or silver \n five copper and five silver coins are interlaced, named coins penetrate table \n brooks conner \n notes by fulves \n karl fulves \n quick copper \n sam aaronson \n a cup of copper \n j. w. sarles
1972
tarbell course in magic — volume 7 Brooks Conner

Copper or Silver

five copper and five silver coins are interlaced, named coins penetrate table

coins through the table \n han ping chien type, six coins and one odd coin \n francis carlyle \n the coins through table \n francis carlyle
1975
the magic of francis carlyle Francis Carlyle

easy coins thru the table - plus \n four coins, first one by one and eventually all at once \n horace e. bennett \n the third coin \n horace e. bennett \n scotty york
1975
bennett's best Horace E. Bennett

Easy Coins Thru the Table - Plus

four coins, first one by one and eventually all at once

boxed in \n "okito box notes nr. 6" (actually part 7)
four coins in box, the box (!) penetrates table \n karl fulves
1975
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Karl Fulves

Boxed In

"Okito Box Notes Nr. 6" (actually part 7)
four coins in box, the box (!) penetrates table

han ping chien again \n two phases, with three silver and three copper coins, see also gerald kosky's "penetrating coin" in "the gen" (vol. 10 no. 11) \n scotty york
1975
coins Scotty York

Han Ping Chien Again

two phases, with three silver and three copper coins, see also Gerald Kosky's "Penetrating Coin" in "The Gen" (vol. 10 no. 11)

notes by fulves \n three copper and three silver coins alternately put in one hand, one type travels through table \n karl fulves \n copper or silver \n brooks conner \n oil and quarters \n harvey rosenthal
1976
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Karl Fulves

Notes By Fulves

three copper and three silver coins alternately put in one hand, one type travels through table

the 1957 coins thru table \n two copper and two silver coins, silver coins penetrate table, three phases \n harvey rosenthal
1976
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Harvey Rosenthal

The 1957 Coins Thru Table

two copper and two silver coins, silver coins penetrate table, three phases

the coin routine (no. 1) \n copper and silver coin transpose, both change to copper, then silver, then into four dollars, coins across with those, two more dollars appear and a copper coin, coins through table, drill production from purse \n john f. mendoza
1978
the book of john John F. Mendoza

The Coin Routine (No. 1)

copper and silver coin transpose, both change to copper, then silver, then into four dollars, coins across with those, two more dollars appear and a copper coin, coins through table, drill production from purse

"coins thru table kicker" \n coins travel up instead of last one down \n mike gallo \n coins through table kicker \n mike gallo
1981
encore ii Mike Gallo

the coins through table \n han ping chien type, six coins and one odd coin \n francis carlyle \n coins through the table \n francis carlyle
1985 ca.
francis carlyle lecture notes Francis Carlyle

"m.d.d.t." climax \n three coins through the table, as finale the coins travel up at once and are welded together \n thomas hierling
1987
new wave close-up Thomas Hierling

"M.D.D.T." Climax

three coins through the table, as finale the coins travel up at once and are welded together

timing pattern \n no. 18, two coins counted on table, one held underneath, top coin joins, rhythm \n dr. jacob daley \n coin thru the table \n dr. jacob daley
1989
self-working coin magic Dr. Jacob Daley

Timing Pattern

No. 18, two coins counted on table, one held underneath, top coin joins, rhythm

the mike gallo reverse \n climax for coins through table, instead of last coin penetrating the table, all are back in the hand again \n mike gallo
1990
coin magic Mike Gallo

The Mike Gallo Reverse

climax for coins through table, instead of last coin penetrating the table, all are back in the hand again

coins thru table \n four coins, with all-at-once phase
"my approach to the coins thru table takes advantage of the table." \n wesley james \n coins through table \n bev bergeron
1990
stop fooling us lecture notes Wesley James

Coins Thru Table

four coins, with all-at-once phase
"My approach to the Coins thru Table takes advantage of the table."

coins through table kicker \n surprise reverse \n gary kurtz \n mike gallo \n coins through table kicker \n mike gallo
1991
relentless Gary Kurtz, Mike Gallo

coins through table kicker \n coins travel up instead of last one down \n mike gallo \n "coins thru table kicker" \n mike gallo \n coins through table kicker \n gary kurtz \n mike gallo
1991
the magic of michael ammar Mike Gallo

coins through table kicker \n surprise reverse \n gary kurtz \n mike gallo \n coins through table kicker \n mike gallo
1995 ca.
relentless (revised edition) Gary Kurtz, Mike Gallo

monedas a través de la mesa \n four cons through table one by one into a glass then they penetrate table again at once \n luis piedrahita
2011
monedas y otras historias Luis Piedrahita

Monedas a través de la Mesa

four cons through table one by one into a glass then they penetrate table again at once

wild penetration \n four silver coins placed in coin box, coins penetrate through table. second phase, box penetrates through table. finally, coins all change to chinese coins \n bill cheung
2018
lecture note 2018 Bill Cheung

Wild Penetration

Four silver coins placed in coin box, coins penetrate through table. Second phase, box penetrates through table. Finally, coins all change to Chinese coins