the eight coins and two brass covers \n 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 \n professor hoffmann
1890
more magic 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

das fliegende geldstück \n both hands palm-up, coin on right fingers, both hands turned over and coin secretly tossed under left hand, in effect it travels to left hand \n unknown
1897
der zauberspiegel
Unknown

Das fliegende Geldstück

both hands palm-up, coin on right fingers, both hands turned over and coin secretly tossed under left hand, in effect it travels to left hand

travelling coins \n first coin travels from hand to hand then effect is repeated with four coins, hands turned over on table \n unknown
1935
coin magic
Unknown

Travelling Coins

first coin travels from hand to hand then effect is repeated with four coins, hands turned over on table

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

banish \n nickel and penny on table, covered with hands, one travels across, repeat, then chosen coin travels table, then both covered with card, one travels across, two coins joined with thread \n harvey rosenthal \n two coins \n morty rudnick \n two coins \n karl fulves
1976
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Harvey Rosenthal

Banish

nickel and penny on table, covered with hands, one travels across, repeat, then chosen coin travels table, then both covered with card, one travels across, two coins joined with thread

rubdown \n half dollar rubbed on table vanishes and appears under other hand, then changes into dime with change under other hand \n ross bertram
1978
magic and methods of ross bertram Ross Bertram

Rubdown

half dollar rubbed on table vanishes and appears under other hand, then changes into dime with change under other hand

3:32 \n two coins travel under one hand, then one coin and eventually the last coin vanishes, using "the flick" \n mike caveney \n never split \n bernard bilis
1981
magicomedy Mike Caveney

3:32

two coins travel under one hand, then one coin and eventually the last coin vanishes, using "The Flick"

drawback \n one half dollar under each hand, they travel under one hand, in repeat change into dollar \n steve beam
1981
steve beam on coins — volume i Steve Beam

Drawback

one half dollar under each hand, they travel under one hand, in repeat change into dollar

pandemonium \n - growing deck gag (higham)
- trouser pocket as servante (higham)
- card revelation gag with two spectators selecting the same card (tucker)
- five coins travel from hand to hand and then change into one coin (tucker)
- cutting the aces, bilis/ marlo variation idea (monmoine) \n justin higham \n stephen tucker \n pascal monmoine
1983
spell-binder Justin Higham, Stephen Tucker, Pascal Monmoine

Pandemonium

growing Deck gag (Higham)

trouser pocket as servante (Higham)

card revelation gag with two spectators selecting the same card (Tucker)

five coins travel from hand to hand and then change into one coin (Tucker)

Cutting the Aces, Bilis/ Marlo variation idea (Monmoine)

translocation \n four coins in a vertical row on the table, both hands palm down on table, one by one they travel across \n john kennedy \n reversal ending \n mark lefler \n table squeeze \n david neighbors \n scotch and soda for real \n reed mcclintock \n silver surfer \n wolfgang moser
1983
lecture iii John Kennedy

Translocation

four coins in a vertical row on the table, both hands palm down on table, one by one they travel across

no card matrix \n coins in square layout travel into one corner, handling of last coin contributed by hierling \n david williamson \n thomas hierling \n cocktail matrix \n david stone \n cocktail matrix \n david stone
1987
new wave close-up David Williamson, Thomas Hierling

No Card Matrix

coins in square layout travel into one corner, handling of last coin contributed by Hierling

table squeeze \n four coins travel from underneath one hand to the other \n david neighbors \n translocation \n john kennedy
1990
the minotaur David Neighbors

Table Squeeze

four coins travel from underneath one hand to the other

three and three (segregated) \n six silver coins, three in each hand, travel to one hand one by one, using flick \n paul gertner
1994
steel and silver Paul Gertner

Three and Three (Segregated)

six silver coins, three in each hand, travel to one hand one by one, using flick

three and three (integrated) \n three copper and three silver coins, copper coins travel to silver coins, using flick \n paul gertner
1994
steel and silver Paul Gertner

Three and Three (Integrated)

three copper and three silver coins, copper coins travel to silver coins, using flick

four finger finale \n coin appears under forefinger as finale to coins across or similar \n paul harris \n ninth dynasty \n reed mcclintock \n four finger finale \n paul harris
1996
the art of astonishment - book 2 Paul Harris

Four Finger Finale

coin appears under forefinger as finale to coins across or similar

four finger finale \n three coins under three fingertips on table, fourth one appears \n paul harris \n four finger finale \n paul harris
2002
knuckle busters vol. 2 Paul Harris

Four Finger Finale

three coins under three fingertips on table, fourth one appears

サブマリン・コイン (submarine coin) \n three coins on table, travel from under the left hand to under the right hand one by one, presentation is that the coins are submarines that sink into the table and resurface under the other hand \n hiroshi sawa
2013
magic of dr. sawa (澤浩の奇術) Hiroshi Sawa

サブマリン・コイン (Submarine Coin)

Three coins on table, travel from under the left hand to under the right hand one by one, presentation is that the coins are submarines that sink into the table and resurface under the other hand