a notable tricke to transforme a counter to a groat \n double sided coin glued from two filed down coins, another thin cover disc stuck onto it with wax to show both sides of coin (pre-shell), then disc stolen away and coin changes cleanly in one hand \n unknown \n a notable trick to transform a counter into a groat \n unknown
1584
the discoverie of witchcraft
Unknown

A notable tricke to transforme a counter to a groat

double sided coin glued from two filed down coins, another thin cover disc stuck onto it with wax to show both sides of coin (pre-shell), then disc stolen away and coin changes cleanly in one hand

a notable trick to transform a counter into a groat \n double sided coin glued from two filed down coins, another thin cover disc stuck onto it with wax to show both sides of coin (pre-shell), then disc stolen away and coin changes cleanly in one hand \n unknown \n a notable tricke to transforme a counter to a groat \n unknown
1634
the art of legerdemain discovered
Unknown

A notable trick to transform a Counter into a Groat

double sided coin glued from two filed down coins, another thin cover disc stuck onto it with wax to show both sides of coin (pre-shell), then disc stolen away and coin changes cleanly in one hand

the transposition of silver and copper coins \n copper /silver transposition, translations from decremps "codicille de jerome sharp" \n henri decremps
1945
hugard's magic monthly — volumes i, ii, iii and iv Henri Decremps

The Transposition of Silver and Copper Coins

copper /silver transposition, translations from Decremps "Codicille de Jerome Sharp"

silver and copper \n - number one
- number two
- number three
- number four (j. g. thompson, jr.) \n j. b. bobo \n james g. thompson jr.
1947
watch this one! J. B. Bobo, James G. Thompson Jr.

specious specie \n lengthy coin transposition routine, then multiple coin production and vanish, with handkerchief \n james g. thompson jr.
1948
the phoenix 151-200 James G. Thompson Jr.

Specious Specie

lengthy coin transposition routine, then multiple coin production and vanish, with handkerchief

copper and silver transposition \n all with copper/silver coin
- number one
- number two
- number three
- number four (j. g. thompson, jr.) \n unknown \n james g. thompson jr. \n copper and silver transposition \n unknown \n james g. thompson jr.
1952
modern coin magic
Unknown, James G. Thompson Jr.

presto chango \n two coins change several times from silver to copper and back, copper/silver coin \n thomas h. bearden \n it's all an illusion \n kevin moran \n presto chango \n thomas h. bearden \n presto gallo \n mike gallo \n transpo chango \n geoffrey latta \n presto chango \n johnny thompson
1952
modern coin magic Thomas H. Bearden

Presto Chango

two coins change several times from silver to copper and back, copper/silver coin

the inferior coin \n two silver one copper, copper vanishes and reappears three times, in the end there are two copper and one silver coin, copper /silver coin \n milton kort
1952
modern coin magic Milton Kort

The Inferior Coin

two silver one copper, copper vanishes and reappears three times, in the end there are two copper and one silver coin, copper /silver coin

buddha's coin \n silver coin is sandwiched between two copper coins, it transposes with a copper coin wrapped in buddha papers, double facer \n hen fetsch \n buddha's coin \n hen fetsch
1952
modern coin magic Hen Fetsch

Buddha's Coin

silver coin is sandwiched between two copper coins, it transposes with a copper coin wrapped in Buddha Papers, double facer

s.o.c. \n half dollar and three copper coins, transposition, coins to box, coins through card case, see also page 40 \n edward marlo \n soc ii \n al schneider \n edward marlo \n soc iii \n blair bowling \n s-o-see thru \n simon aronson \n copper, silver, gold coin box routine \n harry riser
1957
coining magic Edward Marlo

S.O.C.

half dollar and three copper coins, transposition, coins to box, coins through card case, see also page 40

das münzenwunder \n copper silver are covered with walnut shell, one penetrates one of two slates held by spectator \n dr. stanley jaks \n coin wonder \n dr. stanley jaks
1961
dr. stanley-jaks und seine geheimnisse Dr. Stanley Jaks

Das Münzenwunder

copper silver are covered with walnut shell, one penetrates one of two slates held by spectator

phantom coins \n in spectator's breast pocket, see page 342 for idea by g. e. hill \n u. f. grant \n the phantom coins \n u. f. grant
1962
the new phoenix 351-400 U. F. Grant

Phantom Coins

in spectator's breast pocket, see page 342 for idea by G. E. Hill

money monte \n with business card and bill, final phase one coin is wrapped in bill \n ben christopher \n more monte \n bob farrell
1965
the new phoenix 351-400 Ben Christopher

Money Monte

with business card and bill, final phase one coin is wrapped in bill

coins from hand to hand \n four silver coins in one hand travel one by one to four copper coins in the other hand \n horace e. bennett
1967
the art of close-up magic — volume 1 Horace E. Bennett

Coins From Hand To Hand

four silver coins in one hand travel one by one to four copper coins in the other hand

the disappearing hole \n slit in center of a paper, different coins disappear and reappear, based on maccarthy's "the disappearing hole" in "impromptu" from 1939, see also jerry andrus' "zone zero" \n fred lowe \n brian maccarthy \n a penny for your thoughts \n horace e. bennett \n the fourth dimension \n horace e. bennett
1967
the art of close-up magic — volume 1 Fred Lowe, Brian MacCarthy

The Disappearing Hole

slit in center of a paper, different coins disappear and reappear, based on MacCarthy's "The Disappearing Hole" in "Impromptu" from 1939, see also Jerry Andrus' "Zone Zero"

chinese enigma \n dollar and ribbon in spectator's pocket, chinese coin in hand, they change places, reconstructed from an advertisement description of richard himber \n roland hurley \n richard himber
1970
hierophant Roland Hurley, Richard Himber

Chinese Enigma

dollar and ribbon in spectator's pocket, chinese coin in hand, they change places, reconstructed from an advertisement description of Richard Himber

the coins of ishtar \n three copper coins in one one transpose with three silver coin in other hand, one by one \n jules debarros
1971
the coins of ishtar Jules DeBarros

The Coins of Ishtar

three copper coins in one one transpose with three silver coin in other hand, one by one

classical coin transposition \n coins in spectator's and performer's hand change places, two phases \n jules debarros
1971
the coins of ishtar Jules DeBarros

Classical Coin Transposition

coins in spectator's and performer's hand change places, two phases

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

chinatown finale \n china coin wrapped in chinese silk and put into glass, transposes with silver coin in white silk in second glass \n paul swinford
1971
lecture notes Paul Swinford

Chinatown Finale

China coin wrapped in Chinese silk and put into glass, transposes with silver coin in white silk in second glass

coin assembly \n four copper coins vanish one by one in hand to reappear with silver coin under card \n derek dingle
1971 ca.
dingle's deceptions Derek Dingle

Coin Assembly

four copper coins vanish one by one in hand to reappear with silver coin under card

sun & moon in spectator's hand \n \n fred kaps \n sonne und mond in der hand des zuschauers (silber und kupfer) \n fred kaps \n die münzwanderung \n jörg alexander weber
1972
fred kaps lecture Fred Kaps

alchemy with coins \n two copper and two sliver coins, transpositions and transformation, surprise appearance of handful of pennies, see also p. 758 for comment by marvin johnson \n sam schwartz \n "alchemy with coins" (sam schwartz, linking ring)
1974
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Sam Schwartz

Alchemy with Coins

two copper and two sliver coins, transpositions and transformation, surprise appearance of handful of pennies, see also p. 758 for comment by Marvin Johnson

kamikazee koins \n one of two coins (copper and silver) penetrates table, see p. 786 for credit information \n rick johnsson \n "invisible transportation" (felix greenfield, linking ring, feb. 1968) \n the tenkai pennies \n tenkai ishida \n tenkai tossover \n curtis kam
1974
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Rick Johnsson

Kamikazee Koins

one of two coins (copper and silver) penetrates table, see p. 786 for credit information

one half gone \n silver coin travels from between copper coins, nested in an okito box, to under a card \n al schneider \n one half gone \n al schneider
1975
al schneider on coins Al Schneider

One Half Gone

silver coin travels from between copper coins, nested in an Okito box, to under a card

soc ii \n \n al schneider \n edward marlo \n s.o.c. \n edward marlo \n coin box copper / silver \n phillip young \n soc iii \n blair bowling
1975
al schneider on coins Al Schneider, Edward Marlo

a transposition of two copper coins with a silver coin \n based on a version of conrad haden, final climax transposition from spectator's breast pocket to hand \n scotty york \n copsilbrass \n geoffrey latta
1975
coins Scotty York

A Transposition of Two Copper Coins With a Silver Coin

based on a version of Conrad Haden, final climax transposition from spectator's breast pocket to hand

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)

a nonokito - okito routine \n selected coin travels into box, coin penetrates box, card case and falls into a glass \n scotty york \n frank thompson
1975
coins Scotty York, Frank Thompson

A Nonokito - Okito Routine

selected coin travels into box, coin penetrates box, card case and falls into a glass

citation silver \n copper and silver coin travel from hand to hand, then become two coppers, two silvers, and back again \n bob elliott
1975
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Bob Elliott

Citation Silver

copper and silver coin travel from hand to hand, then become two coppers, two silvers, and back again

oil to water \n two copper and silver coins alternated in okito box, then all change to silver \n harvey rosenthal \n karl fulves
1976
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Harvey Rosenthal, Karl Fulves

Oil To Water

two copper and silver coins alternated in Okito box, then all change to silver

a treatise - the 1953 routine \n coins across with two copper and two silver coins \n harvey rosenthal
1976
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Harvey Rosenthal

the 1954 routine \n coins across with two copper and two silver coins, two methods \n harvey rosenthal
1976
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Harvey Rosenthal

The 1954 Routine

coins across with two copper and two silver coins, two methods

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

two coin vanishes \n - the first vanish (with copper/silver coin application)
- the second vanish (steve freeman credit information)
for credit information, see reference \n martin gardner \n two coin vanishes \n martin gardner \n ultimate retention vanish \n davide costi
1978
the chronicles Martin Gardner

Two Coin Vanishes

The First Vanish (with copper/silver coin application)

The Second Vanish (Steve Freeman credit information)

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

sonne und mond in der hand des zuschauers (silber und kupfer) \n \n fred kaps \n sun & moon in spectator's hand \n fred kaps
1978
fred kaps lecture Fred Kaps

Sonne und Mond in der Hand des Zuschauers (Silber und Kupfer)

relentless \n four silver and four copper coins transpose one by one, using c/s coin \n bill voss \n apocalypse variations or additions \n bonnie hammond \n not-so-relentless \n horace e. bennett \n relentless, but honest \n curtis kam \n not-so-relentless \n horace e. bennett \n tnt coins \n evert chapman
1979
apocalypse vol. 1-5 Bill Voss

Relentless

four silver and four copper coins transpose one by one, using c/s coin

spellbound for experts \n see p. 1300 for comment \n dai vernon \n frank garcia \n inverted spellbound \n curtis kam
1979
the chronicles Dai Vernon, Frank Garcia

coin box copper / silver \n move with copper / silver coin and coin box \n phillip young \n soc ii \n al schneider \n edward marlo
1979
magic — the vanishing art Phillip Young

dowsing for dollars \n three pennies and a half dollar in four envelopes, spectator finds the silver with dowsing device \n philip t. goldstein \n (12) the third choice \n tony corinda \n dowsing for dollars \n philip t. goldstein \n dowsing for dollars \n philip t. goldstein \n dowsing for dollars \n philip t. goldstein \n dowsing for dollars \n philip t. goldstein
1980
the violet book of mentalism Philip T. Goldstein

Dowsing For Dollars

three pennies and a half dollar in four envelopes, spectator finds the silver with dowsing device

look, they're copper! \n matrix, then repeat and they all change to copper instead of assembling, one visually on top of card, edge of mat hold-out \n dan fleshman
1980
john: verse two Dan Fleshman

Look, They're Copper!

matrix, then repeat and they all change to copper instead of assembling, one visually on top of card, edge of mat hold-out

not-so-relentless \n four silver and four copper coins transpose one by one from hand to hand \n horace e. bennett \n relentless \n bill voss \n not-so-relentless \n horace e. bennett
1981
bennett's fourth book Horace E. Bennett

Not-So-Relentless

four silver and four copper coins transpose one by one from hand to hand

the fourth dimension \n paper with slit, coins appear and disappear \n horace e. bennett \n brian maccathy's "the disappearing hole" in "impromptu" \n "the third hole" in "the gen" may, 1968 \n the disappearing hole \n fred lowe \n brian maccarthy
1981
bennett's fourth book Horace E. Bennett

The Fourth Dimension

paper with slit, coins appear and disappear

Inspired by

Brian MacCathy's "The Disappearing Hole" in "Impromptu"

contemporary purse swindle \n copper and silver coins in two purses, spectator can never guess the right one, sort of transposition \n tom gagnon \n morritt's purse trick \n stanley collins \n purse swindle \n harvey rosenthal
1981
sleightly original Tom Gagnon

Contemporary Purse Swindle

copper and silver coins in two purses, spectator can never guess the right one, sort of transposition

the tiddlywinks change \n coin visibly changes from copper to silver under shot glass, or miniature card appears on coin \n tom gagnon \n the tiddlywinks change \n tom gagnon
1981
sleightly original Tom Gagnon

The Tiddlywinks Change

coin visibly changes from copper to silver under shot glass, or miniature card appears on coin

transposition under glass \n "although i can't actually say that i'm crazy about this effect, it is different.", coin under and on top of inverted shot glass visibly transpose \n tom gagnon
1981
sleightly original Tom Gagnon

Transposition under Glass

"Although I can't actually say that I'm crazy about this effect, it is different.", coin under and on top of inverted shot glass visibly transpose

soda jerk \n coin in bottle with transposition phase, folding copper/silver \n tom gagnon \n second method \n stewart judah
1981
sleightly original Tom Gagnon

Soda Jerk

coin in bottle with transposition phase, folding copper/silver

sympathetic coins variation \n using a credit card, coins change in the end \n camilo vázquez \n the sympathetic coin \n milton kort
1981
das camilo seminar "81" Camilo Vázquez

digital copper/silver \n spectator holds copper/silver coin \n david roth \n digital copper/silver \n david roth \n once more with feeling \n james lewis
1982
the collected almanac David Roth

reverse color channging matrix \n matrix with flash-back, all coins change to other coins as kicker \n tom staton
1982
fork full of appetizers Tom Staton

Reverse Color Channging Matrix

matrix with flash-back, all coins change to other coins as kicker

tenkai tossover \n coins shown in both hands, they are secretly switched, one a copper/silver \n curtis kam \n tenkai pennies point transfer \n tenkai ishida \n tenkai tossover \n curtis kam
1982
all the world's a stage Curtis Kam

Tenkai Tossover

coins shown in both hands, they are secretly switched, one a copper/silver

coercive purse \n purse frame routine, copper and silver coins transpose with one in purse, jumbo coin from purse finale \n curtis kam \n coercive purse \n curtis kam
1982
all the world's a stage Curtis Kam

Coercive Purse

purse frame routine, copper and silver coins transpose with one in purse, jumbo coin from purse finale

inverted spellbound \n spellbound routine, including an "inverted" (filed-down) coin, nine changes \n curtis kam \n spellbound for experts \n dai vernon \n frank garcia
1982
all the world's a stage Curtis Kam

Inverted Spellbound

spellbound routine, including an "inverted" (filed-down) coin, nine changes

inferential c/s transposition \n off-beat use of copper-silver-coin \n curtis kam \n apocalypse variations or additions \n bruce burrell
1983
apocalypse vol. 6-10 Curtis Kam

dowsing for dollars \n three pennies and a half dollar in four envelopes, spectator finds the silver with dowsing device \n philip t. goldstein \n dowsing for dollars \n philip t. goldstein
1984
lechter notes Philip T. Goldstein

Dowsing for Dollars

three pennies and a half dollar in four envelopes, spectator finds the silver with dowsing device

de-material-ization \n silver coin under handkerchief transposes with chinese coin in pocket, chinatown half \n bruce barnett
1984
fork full of appetizers - book 2 Bruce Barnett

De-Material-Ization

silver coin under handkerchief transposes with chinese coin in pocket, Chinatown Half

most for your money \n two copper/silver coins, three phases, see also "credits and references" at end of book \n edward marlo \n jon racherbaumer \n marlo routine in the new jinx, nov. 1962 \n mum, dec. 1977
1984
at the table Edward Marlo, Jon Racherbaumer

Most For Your Money

two copper/silver coins, three phases, see also "Credits and References" at end of book

dowsing for dollars \n three pennies and a half dollar in four envelopes, spectator finds the silver with dowsing device \n philip t. goldstein \n dowsing for dollars \n philip t. goldstein
1985
fism madrid 1985 Philip T. Goldstein

Dowsing For Dollars

three pennies and a half dollar in four envelopes, spectator finds the silver with dowsing device

cobre, plata, china y... climax \n copper coin vanishes and appears again, then it changes into a silver and into a chinese coin, finally the coin becomes a jumbo coin \n joaquín navajas \n cobre, plata, china y... clímax \n joaquín navajas
1985
monedas personales Joaquín Navajas

Cobre, Plata, China y... Climax

copper coin vanishes and appears again, then it changes into a silver and into a chinese coin, finally the coin becomes a jumbo coin

radical rebound \n penny in fist, half dollar on table brushed with playing card changes to penny and half dollar is in pocket, then transposition phases and pocket penetration \n tom gagnon \n master copper & silver \n sam leo horowitz \n shovel coin shuffle \n frank paglia \n rebound \n karl fulves \n radical rebound \n tom gagnon
1985
new stars of magic Tom Gagnon

Radical Rebound

penny in fist, half dollar on table brushed with playing card changes to penny and half dollar is in pocket, then transposition phases and pocket penetration

orient express \n "the chinese get the better of the exchange rate"
copper and silver coins transpose repeatedly, then change into chinese coins, inspired by fred kaps \n david britland
1985
equinox David Britland

Orient Express

"The Chinese get the better of the Exchange Rate"
copper and silver coins transpose repeatedly, then change into Chinese coins, inspired by Fred Kaps

once more with feeling \n repeat phase for copper/silver transposition \n james lewis \n digital copper/silver \n david roth
1985
thinking about magic James Lewis

a richer missionary \n one of two coins vanishes with a card \n karl fulves \n cannibal coin \n wesley james
1985
s-c — contemporary money magic Karl Fulves

a change for the better \n copper and silver coins transpose twice, then given to spectator, they change into chinese coins in his hands \n jay sankey \n richard sanders \n short-changed for the better \n jay sankey \n richard sanders
1987
when creators collide... Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders

A Change for the Better

copper and silver coins transpose twice, then given to spectator, they change into Chinese coins in his hands

short-changed for the better \n copper and silver coins transpose once, then given to spectator, they change into chinese coins in his hands, see also p. xii at back of book \n jay sankey \n richard sanders \n a change for the better \n jay sankey \n richard sanders
1987
when creators collide... Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders

Short-Changed for the Better

copper and silver coins transpose once, then given to spectator, they change into Chinese coins in his hands, see also p. xii at back of book

cupper clutch transformation \n one-handed with copper/silver coin \n jay sankey \n the copper clutch \n jay sankey
1987
when creators collide... Jay Sankey

universal coin \n three different coins and an invisible coin, borrowed coin changes to each one when touched \n jerry sadowitz
1987
inspirations Jerry Sadowitz

Universal Coin

three different coins and an invisible coin, borrowed coin changes to each one when touched

easy spellbound \n coin changes a few times, then second coin shown as pseudo explanation, both melted into one, two-sided coin openly shown \n thomas hierling
1987
new wave close-up Thomas Hierling

Easy Spellbound

coin changes a few times, then second coin shown as pseudo explanation, both melted into one, two-sided coin openly shown

four fisted \n copper/silver - transformation combo, two coins change in performer's hands and two in spectator's \n gary kurtz \n four-fisted \n gary kurtz
1988
continuations ... departures 2 Gary Kurtz

Four Fisted

Copper/Silver - transformation combo, two coins change in performer's hands and two in spectator's

copper and silver transposition \n - number one
- number two
- number three
- number four (j. g. thompson, jr.) \n unknown \n james g. thompson jr. \n copper and silver transposition \n unknown \n james g. thompson jr.
1988
magic with a copper/silver coin
Unknown, James G. Thompson Jr.

presto chango \n two coins change several times from silver to copper and back, copper/silver coin \n thomas h. bearden \n presto chango \n thomas h. bearden
1988
magic with a copper/silver coin Thomas H. Bearden

Presto Chango

two coins change several times from silver to copper and back, copper/silver coin

buddha's coin \n silver coin is sandwiched between two copper coins, it transposes with a copper coin wrapped in buddha papers \n hen fetsch \n buddha's coin \n hen fetsch
1988
magic with a copper/silver coin Hen Fetsch

Buddha's Coin

silver coin is sandwiched between two copper coins, it transposes with a copper coin wrapped in Buddha Papers

transposition two \n copper and silver coins transpose with one in purse, repeated \n horace e. bennett \n "the bennet touch"
1988
magic with a copper/silver coin Horace E. Bennett

Transposition Two

copper and silver coins transpose with one in purse, repeated

not-so-relentless \n four silver and four copper coins transpose one by one from hand to hand \n horace e. bennett \n relentless \n bill voss \n not-so-relentless \n horace e. bennett
1988
magic with a copper/silver coin Horace E. Bennett

Not-so-Relentless

four silver and four copper coins transpose one by one from hand to hand

dowsing for dollars \n three pennies and a half dollar in four envelopes, spectator finds the silver with dowsing device \n philip t. goldstein \n dowsing for dollars \n philip t. goldstein
1988
lecture Philip T. Goldstein

Dowsing for Dollars

three pennies and a half dollar in four envelopes, spectator finds the silver with dowsing device

launch site \n copper coin under tabled spread, silver on top, silver vanishes and reappears under isolated card \n karl fulves
1989
quick card tricks Karl Fulves

Launch Site

copper coin under tabled spread, silver on top, silver vanishes and reappears under isolated card

twilight's last gleaming \n with copper and silver coins \n dick cook \n john bannon's "heaven gate" in "the linking ring" 1987 \n super twilight \n daniel cros \n twilight \n paul harris \n tayari casel
1989
the minotaur Dick Cook

Twilight's Last Gleaming

with copper and silver coins

Inspired by

John Bannon's "Heaven Gate" in "The Linking Ring" 1987

dowsing for dollars \n three pennies and a half dollar in four envelopes, spectator finds the silver with dowsing device \n philip t. goldstein \n dowsing for dollars \n philip t. goldstein
1989
a phil goldstein collection Philip T. Goldstein

Dowsing for Dollars

three pennies and a half dollar in four envelopes, spectator finds the silver with dowsing device

chinese surprise \n four half dollars taken from box, they change into copper, halves back in box, then four chinese coins appear in box \n bob king
1989
magician foolers Bob King

Chinese Surprise

four half dollars taken from box, they change into copper, halves back in box, then four Chinese coins appear in box

the transmutant \n double or quadruple change, consecutive change \n dan garrett \n quadruple spellbound \n simon aronson \n the transmutant \n dan garrett
1991
garrett does the u.k. Dan Garrett

the transmutant \n double or quadruple change, consecutive change \n dan garrett \n the transmutant \n dan garrett
1992
garrett in the u.s.a. Dan Garrett

surgical copper/silver \n \n ray kosby \n william goodwin \n "copper/silver metamorphosis" (john hostler, linking ring july 1987, vol. 67 no. 7, p. 71)
1993
notes from the batcave Ray Kosby, William Goodwin

Surgical Copper/Silver

Inspired by

"Copper/Silver Metamorphosis" (John Hostler, Linking Ring July 1987, Vol. 67 No. 7, p. 71)

think of a coin? \n slot okito box routine, five phases, silver and copper coin travel to box, change places and vanish and reappear \n evert chapman
1993
the minotaur Evert Chapman

Think of a Coin?

Slot Okito Box routine, five phases, silver and copper coin travel to box, change places and vanish and reappear

dissemble no more \n three different coins travel from under card into performer's hand, then they all return under card as a climax \n richard bartram, jr.
1993
mystification Richard Bartram, Jr.

Dissemble No More

three different coins travel from under card into performer's hand, then they all return under card as a climax

return to the purse of the damned \n different invisible coins from purse frame materialize \n richard bartram, jr. \n purse of the damned \n richard bartram, jr.
1993
mystification Richard Bartram, Jr.

Return to the Purse of the Damned

different invisible coins from purse frame materialize

safe and sound \n small coin box with number lock as lid, three half dollars change into pennies one by one, then all to chinese coins, then three large chinese coins \n mike gallo
1994
magical wishes Mike Gallo

Safe And Sound

small coin box with number lock as lid, three half dollars change into pennies one by one, then all to Chinese coins, then three large Chinese coins

easy multiple spellbound - plus! \n four half dollars change to copper one at a time, then to chinese, with stand up version \n ray mertz
1994
close-up file Ray Mertz

Easy Multiple Spellbound - Plus!

four half dollars change to copper one at a time, then to Chinese, with stand up version

presto gallo \n two copper change into two silver coins, then one silver and one copper, eventually four chinese coins are shown \n mike gallo \n presto chango \n thomas h. bearden
1995
the trapdoor — volume three Mike Gallo

Presto Gallo

two copper change into two silver coins, then one silver and one copper, eventually four chinese coins are shown

differences \n three silver coins in purse copper coin vanishes and appears in purse while silver coins appear on table \n scott robinson
1995
the trapdoor — volume three Scott Robinson

Differences

three silver coins in purse copper coin vanishes and appears in purse while silver coins appear on table

triple crown \n copper, silver and brass coins in purse appear in hands and travel back to purse \n scott robinson
1995
the trapdoor — volume three Scott Robinson

Triple Crown

copper, silver and brass coins in purse appear in hands and travel back to purse

hot hands \n copper and silver coins shown on both sides, they fuse into a copper/silver coin which is openly shown \n david acer
1995
natural selections David Acer

Hot Hands

copper and silver coins shown on both sides, they fuse into a copper/silver coin which is openly shown

foreign exchange \n copper/silver/brass routine, only gaff is copper/silver coin \n bob king \n copsilbrass \n geoffrey latta
1995
opening night magic Bob King

Foreign Exchange

copper/silver/brass routine, only gaff is copper/silver coin

flying signature coin \n signed copper coin travels to in between two silver coins in okito box, then appears under deck of cards, before appearing back in the box \n dominique duvivier
1996
magie duvivier Dominique Duvivier

Flying Signature Coin

Signed copper coin travels to in between two silver coins in Okito box, then appears under deck of cards, before appearing back in the box

copper, silver, gold coin box routine \n three coins, transpo, they travel from pocket to box, then more coins are produced from box \n harry riser \n s.o.c. \n edward marlo
1996
the feints and temps of harry riser Harry Riser

Copper, Silver, Gold Coin Box Routine

three coins, transpo, they travel from pocket to box, then more coins are produced from box

coercive purse \n purse frame routine, copper and silver coins transpose with one in purse, jumbo coin from purse finale \n curtis kam \n coercive purse \n curtis kam
1996
professional close-up of curtis kam Curtis Kam

Coercive Purse

purse frame routine, copper and silver coins transpose with one in purse, jumbo coin from purse finale

copper/silver flurry \n copper coin given to spectator, flurry routine with silver coins, then transposition
- handling a
- the flurry sequence
- handling b (gaffed coin) \n curtis kam
1996
professional close-up of curtis kam Curtis Kam

Copper/Silver Flurry

copper coin given to spectator, flurry routine with silver coins, then transposition

hopping half \n hopping half routine with only copper/silver coin, guessing game, with pocket \n curtis kam \n half-gaffed hopping half \n curtis kam
1996
professional close-up of curtis kam Curtis Kam

Hopping Half

Hopping Half routine with only copper/silver coin, guessing game, with pocket

flippant alchemy \n doing "flippant" with double sided coin \n ken krenzel \n flippant \n looy simonoff \n the tap change \n howard cohen
1997
ingenuities Ken Krenzel

switchipu \n multi-phase routine, with coin purse \n matt grover \n doug conn's "cipper solver" in "magic" october, 1995. p. 56.
1997
trephine Matt Grover

Switchipu

multi-phase routine, with coin purse

Inspired by

Doug Conn's "Cipper Solver" in "Magic" October, 1995. P. 56.

changeling coins \n silver, copper and chinese coin, copper and chinese coin change into silver coins and back then all coins change into copper \n scott robinson \n strong currency \n david gripenwaldt
1998
the trapdoor — volume three Scott Robinson

Changeling Coins

silver, copper and chinese coin, copper and chinese coin change into silver coins and back then all coins change into copper

return to ishtar \n three copper and three silver coins transpose, two double-sided coins \n allan ackerman \n jules debarros
1999
classic handlings Allan Ackerman, Jules DeBarros

Return to Ishtar

three copper and three silver coins transpose, two double-sided coins

korting rylander's silver and copper \n three silver coins transpose with three copper coins (first published in new pentagram, vol. 4, no. 4, 1972) \n milton kort \n (paul rylander, the sphinx, vol. 49, no. 11, 1950)
1999
kort Milton Kort

Korting Rylander's Silver and Copper

Three silver coins transpose with three copper coins (first published in New Pentagram, vol. 4, no. 4, 1972)

Inspired by

(Paul Rylander, The Sphinx, vol. 49, no. 11, 1950)

copper, silver, brash \n copper and silver coins transpose three times, hands, then with table or spectator, then with coin purse \n doug conn
1999
tricks of my trade Doug Conn

Copper, Silver, Brash

copper and silver coins transpose three times, hands, then with table or spectator, then with coin purse

four coin vanish and recovery \n with wand, three silver and one copper coin \n baltazar fuentes \n four coin vanish and recovery \n baltazar fuentes
1999
arempi ii Baltazar Fuentes

cocktail matrix \n williamson's "no card matrix" with additional copper coin, last phase in spectator's hand \n david stone \n no card matrix \n david williamson \n thomas hierling \n cocktail matrix \n david stone
1999
mietek — lecture notes David Stone

Cocktail Matrix

Williamson's "No Card Matrix" with additional copper coin, last phase in spectator's hand

cocktail matrix \n williamson's "no card matrix" with additional copper coin, last phase in spectator's hand \n david stone \n no card matrix \n david williamson \n thomas hierling \n cocktail matrix \n david stone
2001
made in france David Stone

Cocktail Matrix

Williamson's "No Card Matrix" with additional copper coin, last phase in spectator's hand

international fantasy \n coins from different countries vanish and reappear under card; card becomes selection. \n reed mcclintock
2002
knuckle busters vol. 3 Reed McClintock

International Fantasy

Coins from different countries vanish and reappear under card; card becomes selection.

the international dissolve \n coins from different countries vanish and reappear under card \n reed mcclintock \n the $1.50 vanish \n earl nelson
2002
knuckle busters vol. 3 Reed McClintock

The International Dissolve

coins from different countries vanish and reappear under card

the international hanging coins \n coins from different countries vanish and reappear in the hands. \n reed mcclintock
2002
knuckle busters vol. 3 Reed McClintock

The International Hanging Coins

Coins from different countries vanish and reappear in the hands.

clip art \n copper and silver coin, one given to spectator, performer's coin travels into spectator's hand \n frank garcia
2002
latter day secrets Frank Garcia

Clip Art

copper and silver coin, one given to spectator, performer's coin travels into spectator's hand

observation test \n penny, half dollar and chinese coin, routine with set and handkerchief, shell and double-faced coin \n dave campbell \n "the chinese bit" (fred lowe, marketed)
2004
the dave campbell legacy Dave Campbell

Observation Test

penny, half dollar and Chinese coin, routine with set and handkerchief, shell and double-faced coin

half-gaffed hopping half \n hopping half routine with only copper/silver coin, guessing game, with pocket \n curtis kam \n hopping half \n curtis kam
2004
dangerous notions Curtis Kam

Half-Gaffed Hopping Half

Hopping Half routine with only copper/silver coin, guessing game, with pocket

revaluation \n three silver coins, one is changed into copper, one is made smaller and one turned into a half coin, they all change back in a glass \n miguel Ángel gea
2005 (ca.)
magic with coins from the profound of madrid Miguel Ángel Gea

Revaluation

three silver coins, one is changed into copper, one is made smaller and one turned into a half coin, they all change back in a glass

edgy new york spellbound \n applying edge grip techniques to the routine \n curtis kam \n "new york spellbound" (curtis kam, palms of steel 1)
2006
earning interest Curtis Kam

Edgy New York Spellbound

applying edge grip techniques to the routine

Inspired by

"New York Spellbound" (Curtis Kam, Palms of Steel 1)

matrix reverse surprise \n reverse matrix with four half dollars, change into different coins as finale \n michael powers
2006
power plays Michael Powers

Matrix Reverse Surprise

reverse matrix with four half dollars, change into different coins as finale

nine & three \n spectator thinks of copper or silver coin, performer knows it, repeated, last phase is dai vernon's "the challenge" with coins \n tyler wilson \n the challenge \n dai vernon
2010
reinventing the real Tyler Wilson

Nine & Three

spectator thinks of copper or silver coin, performer knows it, repeated, last phase is Dai Vernon's "The Challenge" with coins

mouthy transposition \n coin in magician's mouth changes places with coin in spectator's hands, copper/silver transpo \n oliver meech
2010
plot twists Oliver Meech

Mouthy Transposition

Coin in magician's mouth changes places with coin in spectator's hands, copper/silver transpo

one half gone \n silver coin travels from between copper coins, nested in an okito box, to under a card \n al schneider \n one half gone \n al schneider
2011
al schneider magic Al Schneider

One Half Gone

silver coin travels from between copper coins, nested in an Okito box, to under a card

cobre / plata para aberroncho y lanzagranzas \n three times copper and silver coins change places, first in performer's hands then with a glass and finally in the hands of the spectator \n luis piedrahita
2011
monedas y otras historias Luis Piedrahita

Cobre / Plata Para Aberroncho y Lanzagranzas

three times copper and silver coins change places, first in performer's hands then with a glass and finally in the hands of the spectator

forty-one cent assembly \n international coin assembly, dime-and-penny gaff \n tom gagnon \n "the dingle coin mystery" (derek dingle, marketed 1970)
2013
too hot for the devil Tom Gagnon

Forty-One Cent Assembly

international coin assembly, dime-and-penny gaff

Inspired by

"The Dingle Coin Mystery" (Derek Dingle, marketed 1970)

radical rebound \n penny in fist, half dollar on table brushed with playing card changes to penny and half dollar is in pocket, then transposition phases and pocket penetration \n tom gagnon \n radical rebound \n tom gagnon
2013
too hot for the devil Tom Gagnon

Radical Rebound

penny in fist, half dollar on table brushed with playing card changes to penny and half dollar is in pocket, then transposition phases and pocket penetration

coin wonder \n copper silver are covered with walnut shell, one penetrates one of two slates held by spectator \n dr. stanley jaks \n das münzenwunder \n dr. stanley jaks
2014
the incredible dr. jaks Dr. Stanley Jaks

Coin Wonder

copper silver are covered with walnut shell, one penetrates one of two slates held by spectator

ebony and ivory \n three silver coins and one copper coin, extra coin \n geoffrey latta \n open hpc coins across \n geoffrey latta
2017
the long goodbye — latta on coins Geoffrey Latta

Ebony and Ivory

three silver coins and one copper coin, extra coin

c.s.b.q. coins across \n four different coins, three travel across and last one back into purse \n geoffrey latta \n coins through table \n walter rollins
2017
the long goodbye — latta on coins Geoffrey Latta

C.S.B.Q. Coins Across

four different coins, three travel across and last one back into purse

glassed-in attraction \n three silver coins on one side, three copper under glass, silver coins penetrate glass to join copper coins one by one \n geoffrey latta
2017
the long goodbye — latta on coins Geoffrey Latta

Glassed-in Attraction

three silver coins on one side, three copper under glass, silver coins penetrate glass to join copper coins one by one

impossible under glass cs switch \n copper and silver coins transpose under two glasses \n geoffrey latta
2017
the long goodbye — latta on coins Geoffrey Latta

Impossible under Glass CS Switch

copper and silver coins transpose under two glasses

eclipse \n with purse
- the first transposition
- the sun vanishes
- the sun returns
- the sun and the moon set and rise again \n geoffrey latta \n the sun and moon \n albert goshman
2017
the long goodbye — latta on coins Geoffrey Latta

transpo chango \n two transpositions, then both coins become copper, then silver, then normal, then another transposition \n geoffrey latta \n presto chango \n thomas h. bearden \n standup copper/silver \n david roth \n fred kaps \n copper/silver deep backclip routine (with a gaffed coin) \n david roth
2017
the long goodbye — latta on coins Geoffrey Latta

Transpo Chango

two transpositions, then both coins become copper, then silver, then normal, then another transposition

purse, coins, no glass \n three silver coins transpose with three copper coins in purse \n geoffrey latta \n purse and glass \n david roth
2017
the long goodbye — latta on coins Geoffrey Latta

Purse, Coins, No Glass

three silver coins transpose with three copper coins in purse

copsilbrass \n copper-silver-brass routine using a copper-silver gimmick \n geoffrey latta \n a transposition of two copper coins with a silver coin \n scotty york \n copsilbrass \n geoffrey latta
2017
the long goodbye — latta on coins Geoffrey Latta

CopSilBrass

Copper-Silver-Brass Routine using a copper-silver gimmick

wild one \n three coins, with purse
- the first transformation
- the second transformation
- the third transformation
- a final display
- the silver returns \n geoffrey latta
2017
the long goodbye — latta on coins Geoffrey Latta

copper/silver switch \n two coins switched for each other, one of them copper/silver \n stewart judah \n chinatown dollar routine \n stewart judah
2017
the long goodbye — latta on coins Stewart Judah

Copper/Silver Switch

two coins switched for each other, one of them copper/silver

wild phantoms \n leather holder and lapping
- the coins appear
- the first transformation
- the second transformation
- the third transformation
- the coins vanish \n geoffrey latta
2017
the long goodbye — latta on coins Geoffrey Latta

presto chango \n two silver coins change to copper in performer's hand, then one back to copper, transposition with spectator \n johnny thompson \n presto chango \n thomas h. bearden
2018
the magic of johnny thompson Johnny Thompson

Presto Chango

two silver coins change to copper in performer's hand, then one back to copper, transposition with spectator

tribloon \n produce three chinese coins, change one into a silver half dollar, and make all the coins vanish \n eric stevens
2018
perspective Eric Stevens

Tribloon

Produce three Chinese coins, change one into a silver half dollar, and make all the coins vanish

la reina inquieta \n four silver coins travel to copper coin in other hand, at the end copper coin change places with silver coin \n ignacio lópez
2018
sobre magia de cerca Ignacio López

La Reina Inquieta

four silver coins travel to copper coin in other hand, at the end copper coin change places with silver coin

copy silver \n silver coin sandwiched between two copper coins changes visually into copper \n tyler wilson \n an outright apology \n mike helmer
2019
elixir Tyler Wilson

Copy Silver

silver coin sandwiched between two copper coins changes visually into copper

cobre, plata, china y... clímax \n copper coin vanishes and appears again, then it changes into a silver and into a chinese coin, finally the coin becomes a jumbo coin \n joaquín navajas \n cobre, plata, china y... climax \n joaquín navajas
2019
monedas personales y más Joaquín Navajas

Cobre, plata, china y... clímax

copper coin vanishes and appears again, then it changes into a silver and into a chinese coin, finally the coin becomes a jumbo coin