30 entries in Coin / Gaffed / Glued Coins
  
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Unknown The Travelling Counters twelve coins, travel around, at one point they are stuck together to a solid block
Modern Magic 180
George Starke The Ghost Coins handful of coins vanish, soldered coins
Also published here Hugard's Magic Monthly — Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 2 No. 6) 83
George Starke The Ghost Coins handful of coins vanish, soldered coins
Also published here My Best 188
Gene Gordon Short Changed several coins vanish, glued coins with hook
Modern Coin Magic 262
Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser Coins In Flight 1. six coins travel from hand to tray
2. repeat with two
3. from hand to hand
4. two spectators have twelve coins, four travel across
The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 5 No. 3rd Folio) 299
Dan Tong Perambulating Coins various travels and hand penetration with penny and nickle, using gimmick with penny/nickle glued together
HEX! 70
Roy Johnson Cent three coins in hand, always one is removed and when spectator is asked how many are left in the hand, he is wrong, after some repetition a perfume bottle appears in the hand
Inspired by
  • a routine by Milbourne Christopher in "Hugard's Magic Monthly"
The Roy Johnson Experience 23
Milton Kort Nomad Coins: 2 three different coins under handkerchief, vanish and appear under card in stages
Also published here The Compleat Magick — Volume I (Issue 52) 259
Jerry Mentzer Inflation several pennies dropped in other hand, they change into single dollar-sized penny
Super Cents 21
Al Leech A Bicycle Built For Profit quarters appear on the deck
Al Leech's Legacy 26
Edward Marlo "They're Here, No - There, No Where?" 4-card gimmicked Matrix with coins glued together
CoinMagic 164
Curtis Kam Inverted Matrix II using two coins glued together
All the World's a Stage 46
Steve Beam Counting Forty as Four spectator gets glimpse of load of coins which then vanishes without ever being produced
Steve Beam On Coins — Volume II 31
Michael Powers, Jay Sankey Fusion Plus Standing two quarters become a half-dollar, repeat, then two half-dollars transform into dollar, no-lap version
Inspired by Powerful Magic 69
Roy Baker All Change Twenty pence coin placed with handful of ten pence, all change to twenty pence
Baker's Capers 27
Thomas Hierling "M.D.D.T." Climax three coins through the table, as finale the coins travel up at once and are welded together
New Wave Close-Up 111
Aldo Colombini Gimmick matrix with backfire, special gimmick
FISM Lecture Notes 12
Mike Gallo Clinging Coins three copper coins in purse change places with silver coins in performer's hand
The Trapdoor - Volume Three (Issue 57) 1081
Mike Gallo Well Hung Coins
Inspired by The Trapdoor — Volume Three (Issue 57) 1084
Harry Riser The Cap and Quarters
The Feints and Temps of Harry Riser 130
Sam Schwartz Bottled penny and quarter in hand, hand-pocket sequence, chosen coin travels into miniature bottle, first marketed in 1964
Related to The Fine Print (Issue 6) 151
R. Paul Wilson A Trick With A Little Piece Of Cork with three instead of four coins
Five Times Five — Scotland 109
Milton Kort Nomads in the Dunes Three different coins under handkerchief, vanish and appear under card in stages (first published in New Pentagram, vol. 10, no. 11, Jan 1979)
Inspired byVariationsAlso published here Kort 197
Milton Kort Two From Four Equals...? Four coins under handkerchief, one coin travels to pocket, other coins disappear
Inspired by Kort 203
Reed McClintock The International Dissolve coins from different countries vanish and reappear under card
Inspired by Knuckle Busters Vol. 3 7
Reed McClintock Searched & Destroyed V.C.A. Conquered three coins from different countries travel between fingertips
Knuckle Busters Vol. 6 8
Michael Powers Progressive Matrix using three coins glued on edges (E Pluribus Unum)
Power Plays 197
Rocco Silano Flash Coins Across coins across, gimmick with glued coins
The F.F.F.F. Book 239
Tomas Blomberg Cashing Bank Night effect, using the condition of heads or tails of five coins to select the envelopes
Inspired by
  • "Cache" (Max Maven, Genii Magazine, July 2006)
Blomberg Laboratories 18
Matt Baker Quantum Matrix Presentation idea for classic coin Matrix effect, four coins and four cards, backfire ending, uses Siamese coins gimmick by Mike Gallo
Inspired by The Buena Vista Shuffle Club 144