608 entries in Glass
Creators Title Comments & References Year Source Page AA Categories
Unknown How to vanish a glasse full of Beere coin on table, glass with beer placed on top, "is coin in or under glass?", verification used to lap full glass, coin stuck to fingers is reproduced from nose and glass from pocket
1634 The Art of Legerdemain Discovered 33
Henri Decremps Deux moyens différens, l'un ancien, l'autre nouveau, de le faire lier les pouces, & de se délier en un instant. "Métamorphose d'un verre en morceaux de papier. Réflexions sur les fausses théories. Prétention absurde. Preuve captieuse de cette prétention." (title continued) more tricks by Pilferer, two methods for thumb tie and a glass is thrown into the air where it changes into confetti / pieces of cards, seated, thoughts about vanishing an object by throwing it into the air and the advantages of using confetti
1785 Supplément A La Magie Blanche Dévoillée 18
Unknown Le verre qui tient tout seul sous la main The glass that stands alone under the hand
1786 Testament de Jérôme Sharp 199
Unknown The Animated Coin, which answers Questions, etc. coin jumps around in glass, threaded coin or gimmicked glass, as question-answering coin
1876 Modern Magic 185
Unknown The "Hundred Goblets" from a Hat polished tin goblets
Related to 1876 Modern Magic 308
Colonel Stodare The Flying Glass of Water with ring dummy in handkerchief, glass with water disappears and then reappears
1876 Modern Magic 367
Unknown Ring Dummy in Handkerchief improvement for glass vanish
1876 Modern Magic 369
Unknown The Bran Glass glass (apparently) filled with bran covered, bran changes into anything
Related to 1876 Modern Magic 383
Unknown The "Passe-Passe" Trick bottle and tumbler transpose under tubes
1876 Modern Magic 435
Unknown The Flying Glass, Watch, and Handkerchief the three items travel into isolated hat
1890 More Magic 364
Unknown Die Points auf der Glasplatte No. 11, card becomes blank, points appear on previously examined glass sheet, switch behind table after accidentally dropping wrapped glass sheet
1895 Der Kartenkünstler 101
Unknown Das Vexir-Fläschchen small bottle, when spectator opens it the liquid runs out the bottom all over him, gag
Also published here Jan. 1895 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 1 No. 1) 13
Unknown Das Orgelspiel oder "Tischlein decke dich"! six numbered tubes which can be nested are in a row on the table, table cloth, glasses and bottle appear along with other things required to set a table
Related to Sep. 1895 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 1 No. 9) 132
Carl Willmann Briefkasten answering letters, opening spring flower loads, Prof. Hermann (Herrmann), fire eating, sealing filled glasses for productions
Nov. 1895 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 1 No. 11) 176
Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster Séparation mystérieuse pips vanish from cards (leaving blank cards) and appear on glass sheet
1896 Der moderne Kartenkünstler 205
Unknown Abenteuer eines Eies und Irrfahrten eines Tuches by "E. C. from Munich", longer routine with egg, egg cup, glass, silk and candle
Related to Feb. 1896 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 2 No. 2) 21
Unknown Das Glas ohne Boden egg vanish application, or vanishing other things, glass disc to be able to drink out of the glass
Related to Mar. 1896 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 2 No. 3) 40
Otsenré Das Blumenwachsen in der Champagnerschale fake flowers appear in champagne glass
Sep. 1896 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 2 No. 9) 138
Unknown Einst und Jetzt egg in glass and covered, silk changes to egg, in glass is now silk, fake explanation, repeat with marked silk and egg
Mar. 1896 Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 1 No. 7) 102
Unknown Wein- und Wasser-Kunststücke production of glasses with liquid, rubber covers, double ended stemmed shot glass
May 1896 Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 1 No. 9) 137
Prof. Carlo Arminio Das Färben von Glaskugeln color changing glass spheres/balls, chemical, finger tips with holes in the tip
Aug. 1896 Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 1 No. 12) 184
Antonio Molini On the Bottomless Glass removable insert to be able to have liquid in bottomless glass
Related to Jan. 1897 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 3 No. 1) 9
Unknown Das Verschwindungstuch "by Dr. A. K. in L.", silk with disc or ring to simulate glass, can slide into corner, second version where disc is on threads behind the silk
Related to
  • Willmann's Salon-Magie, p. 280
Mar. 1897 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 3 No. 3) 39
Carl Willmann Die Durchdringung der Materie full glass sealed with a fitting glass or celluloid disc, can be handled without spilling, glass through hat (visibly) application, top hat has spring-powered flap in bottom, see also p. 159
Related to July 1897 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 3 No. 7) 102
H. F. C. Suhr Das magische Aquarium glass with goldfish vanishes from under silk, ink and water transpose visibly
Related to Feb. 1897 Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 2 No. 6) 83
Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster Das Durchdringen der Materie liquid-filled glass covered with handkerchief and bottom-down hat, hat visibly sinks down and glass is now inside, ungaffed hat but special table
Related toAlso published here July 1897 Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 3 No. 1) 3
Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster Das Durchdringen der Materie part two of description, second method with flap in hat
Related to Aug. 1897 Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 3 No. 2) 19
Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster Briefkasten answering letters, on glass vs. celluloid as glass cover
Related to Aug. 1897 Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 3 No. 2) 32
Unknown Der Käfer im Bierglas fake insect to be dropped into a glass of beer
Apr. 1898 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 4 No. 4) 61
Hans Meckel Das unter einem Glas erscheinende und wieder verschwindende Ei egg appears and vanishes under glass under handkerchief cover
Also published here May 1898 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 4 No. 5) 75
Prof. Hillers Das wandernde Bierglas glass with beer travels into hat, using fake with painted beer
Oct. 1898 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 4 No. 10) 155
Antonio Molini Das Glas als Lungenprüfer two glasses into each other, one has to remove the inner glass without touching either, solution is blowing
Oct. 1898 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 4 No. 10) 158
Otsenré Das Horoskop eight nesting tubes shown, borrowed finger ring put in glass of water, tubes placed over glass one by one, glass with content vanishes, glass reproduced from handkerchief with flower bouquet in which the ring is found
Related to Dec. 1898 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 4 No. 12) 183
Unknown Undine und Flora
  • Der Goldfischfang in der Luft (goldfish bowl production from silks)
  • Ein Gruss der Göttin Flora (flower bouquet from handkerchief)
  • Die verschwindende Goldfischschale (goldfish bowl vanishes)
  • Die in Wasser mit darin schwimmenden Goldfischen verwandelten Papierschnitzel (confetti in glass casket changes into water with goldfish)
  • Das vom Tablett verschwindende gefüllte Wasserglas (full glass vanishes from tray after covered with tube)
Related to Feb. 1898 Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 3 No. 8) 117
Samuel "St. Roman" Thiersfeld Wie Roman Tauben und Vögel verschwinden lässt No. 12, vanishing different objects
  • doves in glass cylinders
  • glasses (both under handkerchief with dummy circle sewn in)
  • bird in paper carton that is switched when wand is dropped
  • pull
1899 Jedermann Zauberkünstler! 44
Samuel "St. Roman" Thiersfeld Kegel, Pokal und Ei No. 27, egg in goblet, cone vanishes and appears in goblet, egg taken from under table
1899 Jedermann Zauberkünstler! 80
Samuel "St. Roman" Thiersfeld Die unsichtbare Macht No. 30, glass with water produced from borrowed handkerchief, from chair servante
1899 Jedermann Zauberkünstler! 89
Samuel "St. Roman" Thiersfeld Die Reise durch die Luft No. 40, small flower bouquet travels from hand to covered glass, bottomless glass, with gimmick so one can drink from it first
1899 Jedermann Zauberkünstler! 112
Samuel "St. Roman" Thiersfeld Tuch- und Papierschnitzelkunststück No. 41, silk pushed in paper cylinder, glass with paper pieces vanishes and reappears in paper cylinder, then silk in glass instead of paper
1899 Jedermann Zauberkünstler! 114
Samuel "St. Roman" Thiersfeld Magnetismus-Animale No. 50
  • iron stick or cane clings to hand, gaff from sleeve or thread
  • table clings to hand
  • water pitcher clings to hand
1899 Jedermann Zauberkünstler! 135
Otsenré Das Horoskop second part of explanation
Related to Jan. 1899 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 5 No. 1) 8
Francis King Das wandernde Tuch und Glas glass with silk vanishes from paper tube, reappears in borrowed hat
Related toAlso published here Jan. 1899 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 5 No. 1) 11
Francis King Die unsichtbare Wanderung eines gefüllten Wasserglases full glass travels, using pitcher as servante to ditch a glass
Feb. 1899 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 5 No. 2) 22
Francis King Das wandernde Tuch und Glas II. Ausführung
Related to Mar. 1899 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 5 No. 3) 39
Carl Willmann Das verschwindende Wasserglas gaffed table to vanish glass
  • I. Ausführung
Related to Apr. 1899 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 5 No. 4) 56
Carl Willmann Das verschwindende Wasserglas
  • II. Ausführung
  • III. Ausführung
  • IV. Ausführung
  • V. Ausführung
Related to May 1899 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 5 No. 5) 69
Carl Willmann Das verschwindende Wasserglas
  • VI. Ausführung
Related to June 1899 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 5 No. 6) 90
August Roterberg Zum Ei- und Tuchkunststück signed egg placed in glass and covered, it transposes with borrowed silk
Related to July 1899 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 5 No. 7) 102
Noll Marcellin Das verschwindende Wasserglas vanishing glass in silk, disc in silk as well as a metal rod that can be stuck into tray so the empty silk can stand upright by itself
Variations Sep. 1899 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 5 No. 9) 136
Unknown Das magische Glas gaffed glass in which coins can appear
Oct. 1899 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 5 No. 10) 150
Unknown Ein neuer Tintenpokal No. 8, ink in glass transforms into clear water, mirror glass with one side of mirror painted black, with spoon convincer
1900 Der Amateurzauberer 128
Unknown Das wandernde Glas Wasser No. 14, full glass vanishes from silk and is reproduced from back pocket, glass filled from jug which is used as servante to unload the glass under silk which has disc sewn in
1900 Der Amateurzauberer 138
Unknown Le verre mystérieux No. 17, full glass vanishes from silk, reappears in borrowed hat, liquid reappears in a (double-)cup
1900 Der Amateurzauberer 148
Unknown Wie man ein Tuch in ein Glas bringt about loading a silk into a bottomless glass
Related to May 1900 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 6 No. 5) 74
Emil Clauß "Mit Wasser bleib' mir fern!" water vanishes from glass, is then reproduced via funnel from elbow of spectator, nesting glasses
Apr. 1901 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 7 No. 4) 53
Friedrich "Fritz" Hügli Die im Glase erscheinende Rose rose vanishes from hands (pull), then rose appears in glass
May 1901 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 7 No. 5) 71
Carl Willmann Der Verschwindungscylinder aus Glas glass cylinder that is open on one end, things put inside, handkerchief put on top with disc inside and cylinder dropped into servante
June 1901 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 7 No. 6) 91
Carl Willmann Der Zauberkünstler als Jongleur glass drops on the floor during stunt and apparently shatters, reproduced restored, using pull-up servante behind back between legs
June 1901 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 7 No. 6) 94
Frank Kennard The Watch, Handkerchief, and Glass borrowed watch smashed and vanishes from handkerchief in glass, then handkerchief and glass vanish, all reproduced from hat
1902 The Modern Conjurer 220
Unknown To Place Four Wine-Glasses so that the Centres of the Bottom of their Stands are all Equidistant one from Another puzzle
1902 The Modern Conjurer 297
Unknown Electricity on the Spot non-magical science experiment
1902 The Modern Conjurer 304
Unknown To Suspend a Glass Full of Water non-magical science experiment
1902 The Modern Conjurer 317
Dr. G. Runschke Zum verschwindenden Wasserglas vanishing glass in silk, two discs in silk as well as a connecting rod so the empty silk can stand upright by itself
Inspired by Feb. 1902 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 8 No. 2) 24
Ernst Ehrhardt Manschette und Glas vanishing glass, removable cuff as glass dummy
Sep. 1902 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 8 No. 9) 138
Friedrich "Fritz" Hügli 4. Das Verschwindeglas bottomless glass design and applications
1902 Moderne Magie 59
Friedrich "Fritz" Hügli V. Spiritistische Spiegelfechtereien 1. Wanderung von Tinte und Wasser (ink and water transposition, glass and bottle)
2. Die Macht der magischen Mixtur (silk vanish, one placed over candle vanishes in a flash, silk appears in small bottle)
3. Feuer und Wasser (water starts to burn)
4. Das verschwindende Wasserglas (glass filled with water vanishes under handkerchief)
1902 Moderne Magie 92
Friedrich "Fritz" Hügli XIX. Suggestion eines Obolus 1. Ein Autodafé (coin folded in paper vanishes in a flash)
2. Phönix (coin appears in glass, covered with silk)
3. Die wahrsagende Münze (coin in glass jumps, to answer questions, coding systems)
4. Der Karzer (glass and coin are covered with silk and placed inside a box where they vanish)
1902 Moderne Magie 178
Friedrich "Fritz" Hügli XXIV. Ein magisches Mirakel 1. Die Puppentücher (silks change into ribbon)
2. Eine gelungene Reparatur (ribbon vanishes and appears as normal silk in a glass)
3. Der Flüchtling (silk placed back inside glass, both vanish unter handkerchief)
4. Wiederkunft (glass filled with red wine appears under handkerchief)
5. Farbenwechsel (red wine changes into white wine)
6. Der unsichtbare Abfluss (liquid vanishes from bottle)
7. Pariser Zuckerbäckerei (bran placed inside glass, changes into candy)
1902 Moderne Magie 209
Unknown A Trick with the Ordinary Shirt-Cuff glass of water vanishes under handkerchief, reappears in hat ("visible or invisible?")
1903 Later Magic 10
Joseph Michael Hartz The Glass with Mirror Partition appearing candy, silk transformation, removing partition, methods for turning glass around, as servante
  • Different Forms of the Glass
  • Illustrations of its Uses
1903 Later Magic 42
Professor Hoffmann Handkerchiefs to Glass two handkerchiefs travel into glass that spectator holds, ends clean
1903 Later Magic 47
Joseph Michael Hartz Shower of Gold Addition
Inspired by 1903 Later Magic 47
Joseph Michael Hartz Fish and Ink Trick
1903 Later Magic 48
Unknown The Bottomless Tumbler with basic applications, stealing ball out, removing only part of the bottom so an egg stays within until glass is shaken, cover to allow liquid inside
1903 Later Magic 92
David Devant Concatenation Extraordinary - Devant's Method chain pieces link, glass with one foot but two bowls in right angle attached
1903 Later Magic 99
Unknown The Rose in the Glass production in tabled glass with Heller and De Vere Table, as traveling effect
1903 Later Magic 100
Unknown To Catch Rings on the Wand three borrowed rings vanish from glass, reappear on end of wand one by one
1903 Later Magic 191
Francis King The Hat and Handkerchief glass with silks vanishes from paper tube, reappears in borrowed hat
Also published here 1903 Later Magic 315
Hans Meckel New Egg and Tumbler Trick glass upside-down on table with handkerchief cover, egg appears and vanishes in glass
Also published here 1903 Later Magic 417
Unknown An Illustration of Free Trade Principles elaborate routine with silk and egg
Related toAlso published here 1903 Later Magic 418
Friedrich W. Conradi-Horster A Glass of Wine Passed Visibly Through the Crown of a Hat gaffed table
Also published here 1903 Later Magic 463
David Devant The Jar of Water and Hat glass of water vanishes from paper bag and appears in hat, click sound effect with coin as glass is apparently set on plate, repeat with glass in handkerchief
1903 Later Magic 538
Carl Willmann Das Weinglas des Teufels oder "Die magische Färberei" glass filled with beer and emptied, filled again, silk produced from glass in dry condition, silks vanish and flag of same colors produced from glass, glass with tube inside, gaffed tray
Related to Mar. 1903 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 9 No. 3) 37
Carl Willmann Bald hier, bald dort "Ein kleines Handkunststück"
watch borrowed, wrapped in silk and put in glass, watch vanishes, silk vanishes, then glass wrapped in newspaper vanishes, all item reappear in borrowed hat
Aug. 1903 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 9 No. 8) 119
Carl Willmann Variation zur "Tuchwanderung" silk pushed into glass with beer, it travels into another glass, glass with tube inside
Related to Oct. 1903 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 9 No. 10) 149
T. Nelson Downs Das unerschöpfliche Glas tray held, a glass appears on it with handkerchief cover, then items appear inside glass, production items with loops
Oct. 1903 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 9 No. 10) 150
Carl Willmann Die Kartenpoints auf der Glasplatte pips appear on glass sheet (switched in newspaper)
Sep. 1904 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 10 No. 9) 133
Unknown Die Verirflasche gag with perfume bottle which leaks onto spectator's hand when he opens it
Also published here Sep. 1904 Die Zauberwelt (Vol. 10 No. 9) 141
Wilhelm Zimmermann Ring- und Tuch-Kunststück borrowed finger ring knotted in silk and put in glass, vanishes there and reappears in chosen bread roll, silk and ring vanish again, ring in nest of boxes that was given to spectator at the beginning
May 1904 Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 4 No. 5) 74
Wilhelm Zimmermann Eine Verbesserung des Kunststücks "Das Verschwinden eines Eies unter einem Trinkglase" egg vanishes from under glass which is sitting on a glass plate
Oct. 1904 Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 4 No. 10) 163
H. F. C. Suhr Die bezauberten Biergläser beer travels from one beer glass to another, glass with hole drilled in
Nov. 1904 Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 4 No. 12) 191
Wilhelm Zimmermann Ein Tuchkunststück in verschiedenen Variationen long routine combination, silk splits in two, one put in paper cone, borrowed handkerchief put over glass vase, in cone are now flowers, water in vase changes to ink, glass with handkerchief vanish under silk, handkerchief reproduced from spectator's pocket
Related to Dec. 1904 Der Zauberspiegel (Vol. 5 No. 1) 8
Unknown Coin, Glass and Cone glass through table under paper cover, coin in paper for sound effect
Related to 1909 The Art of Magic 263
Carl Anderson, William G. Edwards Tricks of the Trade compilation of tips on:
1. painting metal
2. glueing cloth
3. table tops
4. painting tables
5. table tops
6. "Anderson Inlaid Top"
7. silk handkerchief quality
8. sheet brass
9. soft & hard brass
10. velvet
11. brass tubing
12. "lighted candle from pocket"
13. candle oil
14. servante for glass of water
15. thread
16. wax
1909 The Art of Magic 289
Unknown Balancing Glass of Water on Edge
1909 The Art of Magic 295
T. Nelson Downs The Latest Egg, Handkerchief and Glass Trick egg in tumbler changes place with silk in hand, gaffed table
Also published here 1909 The Art of Magic 300
Joseph Michael Hartz The Dematerialised Glass of Water full glass of water vanishes under handkerchief, performed with spectator on stage, with handling variations
Also published here 1911 Later Magic 672
Professor Hoffmann Glass Vanish Variation
Also published here 1911 Later Magic 682
Joseph Michael Hartz The Dematerialised Glass of Water full glass of water vanishes under handkerchief, performed with spectator on stage, with handling variations
Also published here 1911 Magical Titbits 131
Professor Hoffmann Glass Vanish Variation
Also published here 1911 Magical Titbits 140
Stanley Collins The Inktubators ink travels from one vessel to another, under cover only an amount of liquid travels
1915 Original Magical Creations 105
Edward Bagshawe The "Rapid Transit" Tumbler glass on tray under handkerchief, collapses visually and reappears in hat, tray mechanism which simulates glass
1924 Exclusive Problems in Magic 58
Oswald Rae Mixed Drinks stout, beer and milk are mixed in a glass bowl, with three glasses performer removes a glass of each, Sand of Dessert with liquids
1926 Between Ourselves 47
Oswald Rae A Visible Coffee Tranistion conical glass filled with confetti, changes to hot coffee
1926 Between Ourselves 57
Tom Sellers The Smoke Vase smoke glass
1927 Tricks That Work 8
Oswald Rae "Gentleman, You May Smoke" lose tobacco and cigarette papers are put in a glass and transform into rolled cigarettes, glass is held by spectator and covered with a handkerchief
1928 Sub Rosa 26
Oswald Rae Improved "Penetra" glass filled with water penetrates hat and then vanishes in a bag, collapsible glass
1928 Sub Rosa 30
Oswald Rae Glass of Water and Hat glass vanishes in bag and reappears in hat, collapsible glass
Related to 1928 Sub Rosa 35
Oswald Rae Bending a Piece of Glass framed piece of glass is put in large envelope and bent, when removed, glass is unharmed
1928 Sub Rosa 54
Oswald Rae Glass of water Through a Hat brief
Related to 1929 More Practical Patter 14
Tom Sellers Novel Vanishing Glass with tube covers
1931 Magical Pleasantries 9
Lu Brent Here, Bango! - There? Glass with silk in it vanishes in paper bag, appears in another paper bag
1932 Novel Magic 20
Lu Brent The Drum-Head Glass Tissue paper covers mouth of glass, silk produced from it
1932 Novel Magic 21
Lu Brent Glass Through Hat (Oh! My Hat) Glass filled with confetti covered by newspaper and hat, glass passes through hat
1932 Novel Magic 22
Tom Sellers Handkerchief Production from an Empty Glass hollow wand and hole in glass
1933 More Secrets 10
Tom Sellers Bending a Glass Rod glass in rubber tube is bent and then shown unharmed
1933 More Secrets 12
Dr. R. "Finkelle" Finkle Glass of water vanish glass filled in bowl of water, vanishes under handkerchief
1933 Page Wright's Notebook 22
Theodore Annemann The Bending Swizzle Stick bending a glass stick for mixing drinks, see page 99 for improvement by Annemann
1934 The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 3) 11
Al Baker A Glass Vanish with liquid
1935 The Secret Ways of Al Baker (Issue Al Baker's Second Book) 101
Al Baker A Milky Way glass of milk vanishes from paper, reappears in hat
1935 The Secret Ways of Al Baker (Issue Al Baker's Second Book) 122
Theodore Annemann The Handkerchief that Flew two tube-covered glasses, silk travels from one to the other, mirror glass
1935 The Jinx 1-50 (Issue Summer Extra 1935) 46
Theodore Annemann Cigarette through Glass bit for penetration frame
1935 The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 14) 65
Tom Sellers A Vanishing Glass of Milk glass disappears from underneath handkerchief
1935 Quick Tricks 13
Unknown Head or Tail. A Surprise Trick coin covered by glass and glass wrapped in paper, then glass and coin vanish
1935 Coin Magic 19
Unknown Another Method
1935 Coin Magic 20
Unknown The Coin Glass coin to glass, with assistant
1935 Coin Magic 35
Alvin C. Thompson A Novel Glass Thru Hat
1936 The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 17) 95
Theodore Annemann Tubes for Glasses tip
1936 The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 18) 101
Theodore Annemann Brema Nut Trick tip
1936 The Jinx 1-50 (Issue 18) 101
Laurie Ireland Burlesque Explanation of the De Muth Glass Penetration presentation idea
1936 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1936) 10
Eddie Joseph 4th. Finale production of three filled glasses under cups, using Percy Abbott's "Keene" holder
1936 A Practical Lesson on Cups and Balls 5
John Goodrum Glass Of Liquid From Card Fan
1937 You'd be Surprised 42
Robert Parrish, John Goodrum Some Glassy Ideas suggestions for using glasses with liquid
1937 You'd be Surprised 43
Robert Parrish Glasses, Glasses, Everywhere! three glasses with liquid produced
1937 You'd be Surprised 44
John Goodrum The Pause That Refreshes four glasses with liquid produced
1937 You'd be Surprised 46
Robert Parrish, John Goodrum Drunkard's Dream two glasses and then pocket flask produced
1937 You'd be Surprised 48
Robert Parrish, John Goodrum A Glass Routine suggestion for routine
1937 You'd be Surprised 49
Dr. Edward G. Ervin Table Acquitment glass with water penetrates table under handkerchief cover, secret paper cup poses as glass
1937 The Strange Inventions of Doctor Ervin 36
Dr. Edward G. Ervin An Impromptu Production glass with water produced from wrapping paper
1937 The Strange Inventions of Doctor Ervin 46
Dr. Edward G. Ervin Milk Transposition milk poured into borrowed hat, then glass with milk removed from it, it vanishes in container and is found back in hat
1937 The Strange Inventions of Doctor Ervin 60
Dr. Edward G. Ervin Vanishing Glass of Water celluloid fake is pushed up the sleeve under handkerchief cover
1937 The Strange Inventions of Doctor Ervin 61
Dr. Edward G. Ervin Glass of Water Vanish from Bamboo Rod handkerchief with disc, servante in pitcher
1937 The Strange Inventions of Doctor Ervin 62
Dr. Edward G. Ervin Vanishing Glass of Water a la Okito with tray
1937 The Strange Inventions of Doctor Ervin 63
Charles Waller A Visible Penetration silk through silk with glass
1938 Greater Magic 600
Edward Massey Glass Through Glass glass rod through glass in frame
1938 Greater Magic 843
Ludwig Krug The Penetrale Glass rod through glass in frame
1938 Greater Magic 845
Percy Abbott The New Vanishing Glass "Squash", with rubber ball pull
1938 Greater Magic 854
Dr. Swenson Two Quarter Stunts stunt that cannot be duplicated and biting into glass gag
Also published here 1938 The Jinx 1-50 (Issue Winter Extra 1937/38) 277
Franklin M. Chapman It's the Climax that Counts! chink a chink with two hats and rolled up paper, glass of water appears as climax
1938 Chap's Scrapbook (Vol. 1 No. 2) 4
James Stewart Whisko shot glass vanishes under handkerchief
1939 The Jinx 51-100 (Issue 57) 401
Howard Warringer The Bashful Bartender empty glass is produced under silk, then covered again and found to be filled with liquid
1939 Chap's Scrapbook (Vol. 2 No. 3) 3
Franklin M. Chapman Vanishing Glass on Wand under handkerchief
1939 Chap's Scrapbook (Vol. 2 No. 4) 4
Joseph Ovette Nite Club Silk Production from a rolled up menu, performer produces stream of silks and as a climax a glass with a goldfish, with a tray
1939 Chap's Scrapbook (Vol. 2 No. 5) 3
Dr. Edward G. Ervin Here's How shot glass vanishes and reappears under handkerchief
1939 Chap's Scrapbook (Vol. 2 No. 5) 4
Frederick Braue Filled Whiskey Jigger Production from deck of cards
1939 The Magic Annual for 1938 and 1939 15
M. "Minelli" Brechbühl Wissen Sie schon, wie man am Besten ein gefülltes Likörgläschen verschwinden lässt? vanish of a filled shot glass, pull
1939 Hokus Pokus (Vol. 1 No. 3&4) 22
Frank Ducrot Smoked Glasses Tenkai Glass Levitation at book combined with Smoke and new gimmick
1940 The Jinx 51-100 (Issue 87) 549
Unknown Beer Bet impromptu milk pitcher type thing with celluloid in glass to drink more
1940 The Jinx 51-100 (Issue 87) 552
Shaman Bartender's Nightmare water to wine, glass of wine vanishes
1940 The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 107) 640
Art Lyle French Safes using condom to cover glass with liquid, tip
1940 Chap's Scrapbook (Vol. 2 No. 9) 4
Franklin M. Chapman A Drink - And a Smoke glass with liquid vanishes and burning cigarette appears, Squash variation
1940 Chap's Scrapbook (Vol. 2 No. 11) 3
Wu Ling A Chinese Phantasy glass with water is covered with paper, paper ribbons are produced from inside and glass vanishes, then two doves are produced from ribbons
1940 Fast Ones 30
Eddie Joseph Seeing with the Imagination two glasses placed inside two borrowed hats, milk is poured inside one glass and travels to other glass
1940 ca. Original Tricks 9
Eddie Joseph Liquid Milk milk travels from glass to other glass in hat
1940 ca. Original Tricks 15
Al Baker Levitation of a Glass of Liquid clings to silk, thread
1941 The Secret Ways of Al Baker (Issue Magical Ways and Means) 253
Al Baker The Glass Penetration penetrating a sheet of glass (!), standard prop with finessed handling
1941 The Secret Ways of Al Baker (Issue Magical Ways and Means) 261
Unknown Crystal Cutup Broken and Repaired Watch
1941 The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 123) 716
Theodore Annemann Vampire Silks white silks are pushed in covered tumblers of colored glass, silks get color and tumblers clear
1941 The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 140) 791
Arthur Monroe Hypocritical Memory deck switch in mirror glass
1941 The Jinx 101-151 (Issue 151) 884
Tom Sellers Bottle, Glass an Discs discs, bottle and glass change places under tubes
1941 Condensed Conjuring 15
Martin Gardner The Vanishing Salt Shaker covered with napkin, optional transformation into pepper shaker instead of vanish
1941 After the Dessert 18
Enox Enigma glass with milk is placed inside paper cone and vanishes, table
July 1941 Hokus Pokus (Vol. 3 No. 7) 5
G. Gloria Le Vin Fantôme glass of wine os produced, glass turned over and liquid remains in glass, routine is finished by pouring liquid inside newspaper and returning it to glass
Sep. 1941 Hokus Pokus (Vol. 3 No. 9) 7
Dr. Stanley Jaks Wenn man gerade keine Karten bei sich hat impromptu tricks
  • biting a piece from a glass
  • vanish of napkin except corner
Oct. 1941 Hokus Pokus (Vol. 3 No. 10) 2
Dr. Stanley Jaks Ein Ton fällt in ein Glas? fork to make sound, sound placed inside a glass
Jan. 1941 La Baguette Magique (Issue 1) 7
Lloyd W. Chambers Hydrostatic Tumbler glass is inverted and liquid stays inside until magician wants it to fall, celluloid disc
1941 Original Ideas in Magic 18
Dai Vernon Heads or Tails routine for "glass through table"
Variations 1941/49 Select Secrets 35
Paul Studham The Human Slot Machine glass production
1942 Bull's-Eye Coin Tricks 27
Gordon M. Howatt A Different Kind of Penetration ribbon through holes of a tube glass, which has two holes as well is put inside and is threaded on the ribbon
1942 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1942) 2
Theodore Annemann, Dave Spindell The Window Washer's Dream framed piece of a glass is penetrated by several objects, mime
1942 The Phoenix 1-50 (Issue 14) 60
Danny Morris, Doc Hurwitz Betcha bar bet, drinking from a glass while arm is held by spectator, coin gag
1942 The Phoenix 1-50 (Issue 17) 70
Walter B. Gibson Getting Away From Card Tricks while explaining a color change, a whiskey glass appears
1942 The Phoenix 1-50 (Issue 25) 105
Eddie Joseph The Coin and the Orange coin and paper-wrapped glass, coin vanishes, orange appears under glass, orange vanishes, glass vanishes, orange found in pocket, coin in orange, no lapping
1942 Coin and Money Magic 112
Eddie Joseph Masterpiece Glass of Liquid Production from cup
1942 The Last Word on Cups and Balls 44
Unknown 7 kleine Tricks am Tisch
  • bet with matches
  • balancing a pencil
  • balancing three coins
  • balancing a glass on the table
  • coin penetrates filled beer glass and tabletop
  • magnetized cigarette
  • balancing a pencil, different method
Sep. 1942 Hokus Pokus (Vol. 4 No. 9) 3
Tommy Dowd Tommy Dowd's Rising Cards cards rise while isolated in two glasses
1942/27 Tarbell Course in Magic — Volume 2 265
Tom Sellers Productive Goblets silk and liquid produced from goblets
1943 Magical Mixture 17
Unknown An Egg Gag when proving that an egg is real, a spectator holds a glass and the egg is cracked open, bottomless glass
1943 The Phoenix 1-50 (Issue 48) 199
William H. McCaffrey "Squash" Routine thimble changes to small glass of liquid, vanishes again
Inspired by
  • "Squash" (marketed by Percy Abbott)
1943 The Magic 36 30
William S. Houghton 20th Century Silks Routine "simplest and best of any"
1943 The Magic 36 32
Tom Osborne Five Coin Routine five coins are produced and put in bottom less glass, more coins are produced
1943/27 Tarbell Course in Magic — Volume 3 173
Yogi Ray Yogi Ray's Night Club Milk Glass handling for the Patriotic Glass
1944 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1944) 2
Herb Runge Wholly Smokes! routine with cigarette and match, glass of wine appears and disappears under a handkerchief, bill to cigarette
1944 The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 70) 284
Rudolf Rieth Das Verschwindenlassen eines Glases mit Inhalt ohne Zuhilfenahme eines Fallochs oder einer Servante glass filled with wine from bottle, glass vanishes under handkerchief, hollow bottle
1944 Hokus Pokus (Vol. 6 No. 1) 6
Sala-Schnetzer, Ben Allas 1944 Ex glass penetrates hat under handkerchief, then it vanishes and appears in performer's pocket, clever model of glass dummy inside handkerchief
1944 Hokus Pokus (Vol. 6 No. 3) 12
Chester Morris A Shot of Scotch appearing glas of Scotch, handkerchief
1945 My Best 179
Dr. Henry R. Evans The Watch, Glass and Handkerchief watch, glass and handkerchief disappear and appear again one by one in a tophat
1945 My Best 232
George E. Arrowsmith The Arrowsmith Glass Penetration objects penetrate large sheet of glass
1945 My Best 283
Bob Hanko Indestructo handkerchief is tied over mouth of a glass and both put into a paper bag, then a knife is pushed through bag and handkerchief, handkerchief is unharmed and a silk is found in the glass
Also published here 1945 The Phoenix 51-100 (Issue 83) 337
Unknown A Porous Glass pushing wand through bottom of glass, same method than cups & balls gag
June 1945 Hugard's Magic Monthly — Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 3 No. 1) 130
Unknown A Deep Glass glass is deeper on inside than outside, measured with wand as in cups & balls gag, favorite of Charles Bertram
June 1945 Hugard's Magic Monthly — Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 3 No. 1) 130
Unknown Production of a Glass of Liquid from silk
July 1945 Hugard's Magic Monthly — Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 3 No. 2) 135
Unknown Magnetic Wand glass of liquid suspended on wand
July 1945 Hugard's Magic Monthly — Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 3 No. 2) 137
Ed Bender Squash presentation for Percy Abbott's vanishing shot glass with whiskey
Dec. 1945 Hugard's Magic Monthly — Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 3 No. 7) 179
Senor Charles Mardo The Shaker Penetration coin wrapped inside handkerchief is placed between two glasses mouth to mouth with ends of handkerchief hanging outside of glasses, spectator shakes glasses up and down and coin penetrates
1945 Routined Magic 11
Eugene Gloye Confetti and Milk Buddha Tubes routine, glasses with confetti
1946 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1946) 11
Laurie Ireland Utility Glass trick glass, moveable bottom
1946 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1946) 13
Laurie Ireland The Floating Glass with tube and smoke
1946 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1946) 14
George McAthy Colossal Glass of Beer Production with handkerchief
1946 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1946) 26
Milbourne Christopher Milbourne Christopher's Column using "Vampire Flexible Glass" with mirror and break-away wand
Jan. 1946 Hugard's Magic Monthly — Volumes I, II, III and IV (Vol. 3 No. 8) 184
Hen Fetsch Milko Twist in combination with "Milko", glass vanish in tube
1946 Milk Pitcher Magic 12
Hen Fetsch Comedy Combo combination with "Abbott's Comedy Glass", milk disappears in cone and glass is stretched to make room for milk to reappear
1946 Milk Pitcher Magic 18
Hen Fetsch My Best Club Laugh beer vanishes in paper cone and glass shrinks, comedy routine, using "Abbott's Comedy Beer Mug"
1946 Milk Pitcher Magic 19
Hen Fetsch Confusing with "Liquid Appear" glass, liquid poured in hat without harm then appears in glass
1946 Milk Pitcher Magic 24
Hen Fetsch Sucker Sorcery cocktail shaker and liquid vanish from paper cone
1946 Milk Pitcher Magic 27
A. Vantur Disparition d'un verre plein de liquide filled glas vanishes under handkerchief, with assistant, followed by german translation "Verschwinden eines mit Flüssigkeit gefüllten Glases"
Jan. 1946 La Baguette Magique (Issue 7) 8
Laurie Ireland, U. F. Grant The Shrinking Glass of Milk in combination with Bossie Cow
1947 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1947) 18
J. B. Bobo Glass of Liquid Production appears under handkerchief, loaded from sleeve
1947 Watch This One! 83
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley A Chance in a Billion bill put in a glass and covered with handkerchief
1947 Gems of Mental Magic 41
Bob Madison The Great Trunk Trick plunger rise with handkerchief cover, drink appears as climax
1948 Show Stoppers with Cards 16
Hubert Lambert The Leapin' Leprechauns small sponge balls under glass, glass covered with newspaper, large ball finish
1948 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1948) 30
U. F. Grant A Coin Trick with Music empty glass with silk set aside, coins travel audibly into it, clinking sound on record with music
Oct. 1948 Grant's Inner Circle Magazine (Vol. 1 No. 1 & 2) 5
W. Flammarion Durchdringungen der Materie glass penetrates top hat under handkerchief, without special table
1948 Hokus Pokus (Vol. 9 No. 2&3) 6
Bill Simon Rising Coin and Climax coin travels from hand to hand, then vanishes from silk, full wine glass appears
1949 Controlled Miracles 28
Unknown I. Q. Test for Waitresses practical joke, filled glass is inverted on table
1949 Over the Coffee Cups 23
Unknown Brim to Brim two filled glassed placed mouth to mouth, puzzles
1949 Over the Coffee Cups 23
Unknown Problem of the Six Glasses puzzle with three empty and three filled glasses
Also published here 1949 Over the Coffee Cups 23
Unknown The Pyramid removing napkins between glasses
1949 Over the Coffee Cups 24
U. F. Grant The Flying Glass of Water glass of water from under cloth into hat, disc in handkerchief, "visible or invisible"
Jan. 1949 Grant's Inner Circle Magazine (Vol. 1 No. 4) 9
U. F. Grant Magical Extraction glass of milk put in container, then coins, silk and smaller glass of tomato juice produced from it, glass of milk is now almost empty
Jan. 1949 Grant's Inner Circle Magazine (Vol. 1 No. 4) 14
Don Tanner The Impossible Flight card travels between two glasses that are opening to opening and sealed with tape
Apr. 1949 Grant's Inner Circle Magazine (Vol. 1 No. 7) 8
Cliff Lesta A Good Liquid Combination glass with milk vanishes, Zombie Glass
Apr. 1949 Grant's Inner Circle Magazine (Vol. 1 No. 7) 15
U. F. Grant A Table Combination combining vanishing glass under newspaper with vanishing coin under glass with cut-out paper circle over mouth of glass
May 1949 Grant's Inner Circle Magazine (Vol. 1 No. 8) 10
Nelson A. Demers Three Golden Pyramids of the Valley of Oom coffee and milk is mixed in a glass and covered, two other glasses where spectator can decide where he wants cream and where coffee, after they have been covered too, the liquid is separated and is found in the right glasses, with table and pyramid covers, story trick
1950 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1950) 13
Ronald B. Edwards Spongball Levitation in a glass
1950 The Phoenix 201 — 250 (Issue 206) 824
Oscar Weigle Poison Trick chosen / poisoned glass is found, see also p. 849
Related toVariations 1950 The Phoenix 201 — 250 (Issue 211) 845
Audley Walsh, Ken Allen, Gerald R. Blount, Leslie Spiewak, Mike Millet, Ken Beale Given Goblet chosen / poisoned glass is found, several methods
Related to 1950 The Phoenix 201 — 250 (Issue 215) 858
Eddie Joseph Body Productions for Nite Clubs spoon, knife, forks, whiskey glass produced from spectator's clothing
1950 The Art of Body Loading & Productions 40
Eddie Joseph Glass and Orange glass under newspaper cover, orange vanishes, glass vanishes, both found in spectator's clothing, stand-up without lapping
1950 The Art of Body Loading & Productions 48
Eddie Joseph Tumbler of Wine from Collar production from spectator, using Abbott's "Dynamic Glass"
1950 The Art of Body Loading & Productions 50
Al Baker Floating Glass of Milk thread
1951 The Secret Ways of Al Baker (Issue Pet Secrets) 377
Al Baker The Vanishing Glass of Water
1951 The Secret Ways of Al Baker (Issue Pet Secrets) 448
Al Baker Egg Finale gag with egg and glass
1951 The Secret Ways of Al Baker (Issue Pet Secrets) 456
Al Baker The Short Highball visible enlargment
1951 The Secret Ways of Al Baker (Issue Pet Secrets) 459
Hen Fetsch Perfume Presto! chosen / poisoned glass is found
Related to 1951 The Phoenix 201 — 250 (Issue 236) 943
Eddie Joseph The Joseph Levitation two glasses cling to two ends of a handkerchief
1951 The Joseph Levitation 1
Unknown Sylvester-Zauber
  • Die Atlaskarte (balancing glass on playing cad)
  • Ein Telephontrick
1951 Hokus Pokus (Vol. 12 No. 6) 39
John Murray Murray's Muse
  • putting a bill tube into an ice cube
  • on glasses for the shrinking quarter to dime trick
  • on haunting a house
1952 The Phoenix 251 — 300 (Issue 253) 1013
Jack Miller Invisible Water glass of water appears behind wine list, see also p. 1097 for ideas by Jack Miller
1952 The Phoenix 251 — 300 (Issue 257) 1026
Malcolm McCallum Tip on Bottomless Glass to conceal cut in glass better
1953 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1953) 13
Wally Dean Beerie full glass of beer on a tray covered with handkerchief vanishes
1953 The Phoenix 251 — 300 (Issue 274) 1096
Jardine Ellis Jardine Ellis Wineglass Production with vanishing thimble
1953 Classic Secrets of Magic 40
Wally Dean Jardine Ellis Wineglass Production from a handkerchief
1953 Classic Secrets of Magic 42
Dr. Stanley Jaks Billets Deux billet in glass, covered by handkerchief is divined
Also published here 1954 The Phoenix 251 — 300 (Issue 299) 1194
Dick Piser Whisk-A-Way shot glass appears and vanishes
1954 The New Phoenix 301-348 (Issue 314) 59
Eddie Joseph Glass of Wine Production seated, with handkerchief
1954 A Magician Goes to Dinner 19
Lewis Ganson A Clear Case of Anti-Gravity longer article on Anti-Gravity Glasses, glasses cling to glass sheet
Also published here 1954 Routined Manipulation Finale 15
Lewis Ganson, Hans E. Trixer, Jack Hill, Will Ayling, Chris Marvo, Les Hone, Hal Feben Some Reflections on Anti-Gravity tips for anti-gravity glasses
Also published here 1954 Routined Manipulation Finale 23
Elizabeth Warlock Elizabeth Warlock's Version of the Anti-Gravity Glasses
Also published here 1954 Routined Manipulation Finale 26
Al Koran "Hanky Panky" Routine borrowed handkerchief is burned and restored, then coins and a filled wine glass appear
  • 1. Penetration of the handkerchief by the pencil
  • 2. Burnt and restored handkerchief
  • 3. Cut and restored handkerchief (Jack Chanin)
  • 4. Continuous production of coins from the handkerchief (Jack Chanin)
  • 5. Production of a cigarette and lighter from the handkerchief
  • 6. Production of a glass of wine from the handkerchief (Jardine Ellis)
Also published here 1954 Routined Manipulation Finale 154
Billy McComb An Act for a Lazy Magician complete act
  • Ring on Stick
  • Card through Handkerchief
  • Anti-Gravity Glasses
  • Bill in Cigarette
  • Transformation of Handkerchief ("The End" appears)
1955 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1955) 4
Eugene Gloye "New Type" Mirror Glass quarter of glass compartment
1955 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1955) 28
Peter Warlock The Kiss of a Borgia six glasses one filled with milk, covered with newspaper
1955 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1955) 34
Leonard Austin Milk Round milk in glass vanishes and appears, using a Ghost Tube
1956 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1956) 28
Lewis Ganson Moves with the Bags and Balls 1. The basic move
2. To show a bag empty when it contains a ball
3. Loading a ball secretly into a bag
4. Loading from the pocket
5. Production of a glass of wine
1956 Unconventional Magic 16
Mel Stover The Immovable Object ice in glass is moved to other glasses several times, while performer's back is turned, he then eliminates all empty glasses
Related toAlso published here 1957 The New Phoenix 301-348 (Issue 340) 172
Stewart James Cheerio Glass tumbler vanishes under napkin and appears back in a a hat
1957 Magic Mine No. 1 3
Stewart James Let the Chips Fall different colored chips placed in three tumblers change places
1957 Magic Mine No. 1 17
Bert Allerton The Glass Through The Table with coin & paper cover
1958 The Close-Up Magician 60
Tony Corinda, Eric Mason No. 13. The Card in Glass card with prediction put in a glass, hole in glass
Related to 1958 The Swami Gimmick 21
Dr. Spencer Thornton Using Your Bottomless Glass prediction of a card put in a glass and covered by a handkerchief
1958 Thornton's Secrets of Mental Magic 26
Otto "Sasso" Lutz Und zum Schluss: Ein Da Capo-Scherz gag, vanishing glass under handkerchief with a hammer
1958 Hokus Pokus (Vol. 19 No. 4) 705
Celeste Luwen, Len Carrion The Four Famous Jewels of Pepper cards on stand, Aces vanish and appear in card case, with card stand, mirror glass and rhymed patter
1959 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1959) 50
Jack Yeager Miracle Milk Rings as John Yeager, glass of milk vanishes and appears, with tray and tube
1960 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1960) 33
Charlie Miller Mugs and Hats short assembly with two hats and four paper balls, then two beer mugs and whiskey flask appear
Related to 1961 An Evening with Charlie Miller 9
Charlie Miller Bag for Glass of Water Production tip
1961 The Magic of Charles Earle Miller 73
Max Malini Vanishing Glass of Whiskey only effect description
1961 The Magic of Charles Earle Miller 74
Charlie Miller Close-up Magic glass in paper comment
1961 The Magic of Charles Earle Miller 85
Charlie Miller Night Club Routine canary production, glass with drink produced and vanished, egg stuff, snow storm
1961 The Magic of Charles Earle Miller 98
George Wood, Jr. The Many Uses of Chen Lee various ideas for the Chen Lee Water Suspension trick
1961 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1961) 34
Al Hancuff "Pet to Port" milk poured in cup vanishes, then glass of wine appears from cup
1961 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1961) 39
Ralph Greenwood Balancing Glass on Book of Matches
1961 The New Phoenix 351-400 (Issue 356) 254
Dr. Stanley Jaks Billetdeux billet in glass, covered by handkerchief is divined
Also published here 1961 Dr. Stanley-Jaks und seine Geheimnisse 53
Walter Slasor New Routines for Your Shelved Magic different trick combinations, ideas
1. Tricky Tumbler (Grant), Vanishing Wand (Walsh)
2. The Handkerchief Pedestal
3. Drawer Box, Spring Rabbit, Dot's A Dandy (Allen)
4. Comedy Pump (Ireland)
5. Devil's Handkerchief, Menge Tricky Tumbler
6. Saltsation (Grant)
7. Rubber Egg (Weller), Milk in Hat (Grant)
8. Comedy Silks (Fox)
9. Temple Screen (Grant)
10. P&L Candlestick coin holder
11. Magic Funnel, Slate
12. Magic Funnel
13. Breakaway Fan, Bang Gun
14. Dial X (Grant), Wrist Watch Tape Measure (Tannen)
15. German Milk Glass (Grant), Confetti Cannister (Grant)
16. Ceylon Strip (Torsberg), Hypnotic Card Box
17. Ghost Glass (Grant)
18. Tricky Tumbler, Color Book (Windsor)
19. Stiff Rope (Grant)
1962 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1962) 29
Lee Wayne A Smart Opening part of Wayne's drunk act, routine with cigarette, silk and appearing glass, using Ireland's Giant Match
1962 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1962) 59
Max Malini Penetration and Vanish of a Tumbler glass through glass , then glass vanishes and appears somewhere
1962 Malini and His Magic 23
Max Malini The Inertia Trick glasses covered with a tray, on the tray are tubes with eggs, tray is knocked away and eggs fall into glass
1962 Malini and His Magic 40
Max Malini Production of a Glass of Beer under hat, guessing game with coin
1962 Malini and His Magic 50
Logan "Dr. Zuko" Pritchett, Walter Zaney Blaney Letter to Don Tanner
  • idea for A.A. plastic glass
  • idea for napkin alternative by Walter Zaney Blaney
1962 The New Phoenix 351-400 (Issue 371) 312
North Bigbee, Al Baker Ball and Glass
Inspired by 1962 The New Phoenix 351-400 (Issue 374) 325
Nate Leipzig Tumbler Vanish glass covered by newspaper through a chair
1963 Dai Vernon's Tribute to Nate Leipzig 143
Burl Sparks The Golf Balls & Hat combination of multiplying golf balls, hat, wand and bottomless glass
1964 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1963-64) 8
Burl Sparks Liquid Production
1964 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1963-64) 13
Jack Yeager Sponge Balls under Glas sponge ball travels under covered glass, then glass vanishes
1964 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1963-64) 32
Allessandro Grant's Cow Trick glass of milk produced from card with cow, only presentation
1964 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1963-64) 40
Karl Fulves The Black Room silk/tissue of chosen color travels from glass tumbler behind spectator's back to wrapped tumbler
Related to
  • p. 20 for idea by Sid Lorraine
Nov. 1965 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 1 No. 1) 4
Burl Sparks Tricky Farmer routine with golf story using several effects, multiplying golf balls, egg bag,
1966 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1965-66) 14
Bob Lewis Bob Lewis' Top Hat Illusion glass under silk penetrates silk and hat slowly
1966 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1965-66) 43
Mike Rogers Pouring Pennies Through a Table glass of pennies is poured through table, bottomless glass
1966 The New Modern Coin Magic 412
The Amazing Maurice on Satan's Seal one of four coins chosen, predicted
Inspired by Oct. 1966 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 1 No. 12) 61
Roy Fromer Spirit Music tumbler with pencil rings like spirit bell, ungaffed
Oct. 1966 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 1 No. 12) 62
Patrick Page An Impromptu Vanish of a Glass apparently throwing glass in the air
1966 The Topit Handbook 5
Patrick Page To Vanish a Wine Glass with handkerchief
Also published here 1966 The Topit Handbook 7
George Davenport To Vanish a Full Glass of Whisky
1966 The Topit Handbook 13
Tony Cole Inversion inverted glass with ring inside covered with paper tube, rice poured in, rice and ring transpose
Related to
  • p. 88 for further comments
Jan. 1967 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 2 No. 3) 73
Ben Christopher Extraction middle glass of stack of three has water, stack covered, coins are thrown in an some of them penetrate top glass, de Kolta Glass
Variations June 1967 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 2 No. 8) 105
Ben Christopher Utility Vanish wine in tumbler, empty glass in hat, wine poured into glass, travels back, then wine vanishes, Wonder Glass
June 1967 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 2 No. 8) 106
Alan Brown, Al Baker The Borgia Glass two balls in glass penetrate silk around glass
Inspired byRelated to
  • p. 133 for suggestion by David Harrell
Sep. 1967 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 2 No. 11) 119
Ben Christopher Ambulating Glass ring penetrates ribbon underneath wrapped glass, then glass penetrates table
Winter 1967 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 3 No. 1st Folio) 137
Walter J. Gydesen Ball that Went On A Trip ball vanishes from glass and appears inside other glass, covered with other inverted glass and handkerchief
1968 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1967-68) 56
Horace E. Bennett Bennett's Silken Sorcery Routine manipulation with cigarettes, then several handkerchiefs are produced (normal and "flower") and as a climax a stack of glasses with wine
1968 Prize Winning Magic 7
Douglas Francis Glass Levitation glass suspends on knife
1969 The Art of Close-Up Magic — Volume 2 86
Sam Lebeoff A Canticle candle does not extinguish underneath glass, but when it is removed
Jan. 1969 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 4 No. 3) 233
K. Yost Silk Monte silks and glasses travel behind two screens, as guessing game, as finale silk changes to orange
July 1969 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 4 No. 9) 267
Eddie Joseph An Opening Combination full glass produced from handkerchief, then coins produced and put in glass, covered with handkerchief and sealed with rubber band, coins vanish
1969 The Art of Eddie Joseph 75
Eddie Joseph Indian Rice Stabbing Illusion first one cup of rice fills six cups, then glass jar of rice clings to stick or knife
1969 The Art of Eddie Joseph 225
Pete Biro Comedy Production for Magicians mirror glass gag with comb, for magicians
1970 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1969-70) 55
Frank Travis The Ball Bounces using Slotted Glass, coins placed in handkerchief and in tumbler, rubber ball on top and silk with coins are extracted
1970 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1969-70) 61
William Humphries Off Beat Ideas various ideas
  • flag appears on wand
  • Gravity Glass
  • Anti Gravico
  • vase and cord
  • Milk Pitcher
  • orange silk changes into lemon
  • Bang Gun
  • Magic Con Block & Coin Slide
1970 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1969-70) 88
Sigmar Milky Way glass filled with milk, silk penetrates bottom of glass, tube glass
1970 Ireland's Yearbooks (Issue Yearbook 1969-70) 107
Alan Shaxon A Milky Opening routine where milk disappears in a paper cone and in a hat, with glasses
1970 My Kind of Magic 11
Roy Johnson Solo Coins Through Table with four coins, glass and Okito Box
Inspired byVariations 1970 The Roy Johnson Experience 55
Jack Posetary Gremlin Glass coin in glass, ball on top, second glass moved in and out and ball jumps to other glass
May 1970 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 5 No. 7) 337
Marvyn Roy One-Man Seance glass moves, ABC cards, candle blows out and table moves
1970 The Compleat Magick — Volume I (Issue 9) 41
Roy Johnson The Affectionate Coins six coins and washer, three coins in each hand, they penetrate table, repeat, repeat upwards, washer and glass through table as well
Variations 1970 The Roy Johnson Lecture Notes 3
Pavel The Instant Silk handkerchief appears in glass
1970ca. Successful Magic 3
Pavel The Ribbon Transposition chosen ribbon vanishes from a glass and appears attached on other ribbon in second glass
1970ca. Successful Magic 17
Gene Nielsen Coffee to Go filled coffee cup through table under napkin
1971 The Compleat Magick — Volume I (Issue 17) 83
Marvyn Roy Pieces of Eight coins vanish, turn into silks in a bowl and more coins are produced from silks
1971 The Compleat Magick — Volume I (Issue 19) 92
Flip Hallema Vanishing Glass
Also published here 1972 Tarbell Course in Magic — Volume 7 226
North Bigbee Bigbee's Simplified Sympathetic Cards
1972 The Compleat Magick — Volume I (Issue 46) 229
Flip Hallema Rather Risky under handkerchief, unusual method, glass appears behind performer on table
Also published here 1972 Fl!p Qu!k Tr!k Str!p 4
Billy McComb Flying Moo milk travels from glass to glass, visible as gag through hole
1972 McComb's Magic — 25 Years Wiser 132
Dick Zimmerman Miracle Coin Production coins visibly appear inside a shot glass covered with inverted glass, slit glass
1973 Creative Magic 7
Bob Read Handkerchief Through Glass through handle of mug, also with tie
1973 Thanks to Pepys... 16
Mitchell Dyszel Spirit Shot full shot glass covered with hand and it is empty when hand is removed
July 1973 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 5-8 (Vol. 8 No. 9) 636
Unknown Desintegracion (tota) de un vaso (de cristal) glass vanishes / penetrates through table, with newspaper cover
1973 Aprenda Ud. Magia 30
Theo "Okito" Bamberg Eight Glasses Production tray with eight glasses filled with liquid are produced
1973 The Oriental Magic of the Bambergs 172
Ace Gorham Uhren-Glas-Seidentuch-Wanderung borrowed watch wrapped in handkerchief and put in glass, glass vanishes and reappears in hat
Also published here
  • Magic and Spells Quarterly
July 1973 Intermagic (Vol. 1 No. 1) 7
Bob Read Bob's Business for Biting The Plate biting glass gag, with coin
Oct. 1974 Pabular (Vol. 1 No. 2) 19
Robert Parrish Cups & Coins four different coins and cups, spectator drops coin in any cup, under cup is prediction of that coin, bottomless paper cups
Related to Summer 1974 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 9 No. 9th Folio) 771
Unknown A Balancing Trick balancing a glass on a bill
1974 Tricks with Paper 48
Phoa Yan Tiong Der Ring von Monte Christo
  • colored ring travels from handkerchief to small cone
  • liquid from tube, glass appears
Also published here
  • The Gen
July 1974 Intermagic (Vol. 2 No. 1) 7
Bob Hanko Indestructo handkerchief is tied over mouth of a glass and both put into a paper bag, then a knife is pushed through bag and handkerchief, handkerchief is unharmed and a silk is found in the glass
Also published here Oct. 1974 Intermagic (Vol. 2 No. 2) 38
Al Schneider, Milton Kort Quick Shot three coins under glass through table, glass through table as a kicker, inspired by Kort's "Coins Through the Table" from Bobo
1975 Al Schneider On Coins 55
Ronald Zollweg Bottoms Out bottom of glass drops out and is restored, inspired by Al Baker story
Related toVariations 1975 Another Close-up Cavalcade 146
Faucett Ross Glass of Milk Vanish Glass of milk vanishes, appears in hat
1975 Magic With Faucett Ross 83
Karl Fulves Half Doz. Glasses "Math Trix"
six glasses, some up and down, instructions given
Related to Oct. 1975 The Pallbearers Review Vol. 9-10 (Vol. 10 No. 12) 1057
Francis Carlyle Glass Through Table brief, coin and glass under napkin through table
1975 The Magic of Francis Carlyle 110
Jan Torell Floating Glasses glass sticks to tray, to silk and floats slowly on a table
1975 Magic by Jan Torell 26
Stephen Minch Powers that Shatter glass drop shatters at will, Devil's Tears
1975 Mind & Matter 22
Juan Tamariz Desaparición del Vaso vanish of a glass, with a bag
1975 Magia en el Bar 32
Captain F.W. Collins, John Ramsay, Bob Ostin Off the Handle
Related toAlso published here Mar. 1976 Pabular (Vol. 2 No. 7) 234
Eric Mason Moniker handle of a pint beer mug is threaded on a ribbon and under a handkerchief removed magically from it
Related to Oct. 1976 Pabular (Vol. 3 No. 2) 313
Jan Heins, Carl Lauchli Firewater gag, with a lighter a burst of flame comes from a half empty drink
Dec. 1976 Pabular (Vol. 3 No. 4) 343
Slydini Fourth Routine - Vanish and Recovery of a Glass glass of three inches height
  • Notes on the Handling
1976 The Best of Slydini ...and More 47