knowing how much money a spectator has \n stooge \n unknown
1584
the discoverie of witchcraft
Unknown

Knowing how much Money a Spectator has

1584

The Discoverie of Witchcraft
(Issue XXV)

186



odd or even, or the mysterious addition \n rather transparent math trick in which performer apparently knows whether the amount of coins selected is odd or even \n unknown
1876
modern magic
Unknown

Odd or Even, or the Mysterious Addition

1876

Modern Magic

160



the capital q \n backcount force with counters/coins or cards, as divination with partial stack \n unknown \n the capital q \n unknown
1889
tricks with cards
Unknown

The Capital Q

Also published here

1889

Tricks with Cards

95



the capital q \n backcount force with counters/coins or cards, as divination with partial stack \n unknown \n cross roads \n karl fulves \n the capital q \n unknown \n tale of the q \n tony bartolotta \n qtip \n michael weber
1890
more magic
Unknown

The Capital Q

VariationsAlso published here

1890

More Magic

27



experimente mit münzen \n coding coins \n unknown
1896
die zauberwelt
Unknown

Experimente mit Münzen

Jan. 1896

Die Zauberwelt
(Vol. 2 No. 1)

7



zu erraten, wieviel geldstücke eine person in ihrer hand hält \n spectator takes a number of coins and has to do calculations with that number, performer in the end divines the number of coins \n unknown
1896
die zauberwelt
Unknown

Zu erraten, wieviel Geldstücke eine Person in ihrer Hand hält

Feb. 1896

Die Zauberwelt
(Vol. 2 No. 2)

28



das lesen mit den fingerspitzen \n coin marked, it is located by sense of touch by performer among other coins, temperature \n unknown
1897
der zauberspiegel
Unknown

Das Lesen mit den Fingerspitzen

Jan. 1897

Der Zauberspiegel
(Vol. 2 No. 5)

71



der gezeichnete thaler \n three coins tossed in handkerchief, marked one found by performer by sense of touch \n francis king
1901
die zauberwelt
Francis King

Der gezeichnete Thaler

Sep. 1901

Die Zauberwelt
(Vol. 7 No. 9)

141



writing the date of a coin \n guessing number on a coin, while writing it together with spectator, muscle reading and probability \n frederick e. jones
1911
mind reading secrets and sealed billet reading
Frederick E. Jones

Writing the Date of a Coin

1911

Mind Reading Secrets and Sealed Billet Reading

19



coin divination \n no. 3, spectators put row of half dollars on table, performer divines date on every one, one ahead \n james j. moren
1920
ten new miscellaneous tricks
James J. Moren

Coin Divination

1920

Ten New Miscellaneous Tricks

8



another datereading trick \n no. 4, coins collected in head, date announced and coin instantly removed with that date, repeated, coin rubbed with soap \n charles t. jordan
1920
ten new miscellaneous tricks
Charles T. Jordan

Another DateReading Trick

1920

Ten New Miscellaneous Tricks

10



double date \n dates of two borrowed coins divined, dates written into grid on a paper by spectator \n tom sellers \n anything squared \n karl fulves
1931
magical pleasantries
Tom Sellers

Double Date

Variations

1931

Magical Pleasantries

8



coin date divination \n tin foil behind back to get impression of coin date or other embossed information \n t. page wright
1933
page wright's notebook
T. Page Wright

Coin Date Divination

1933

Page Wright's Notebook

18



nickles on the brain \n date of coin is predicted \n theodore annemann
1934
shhh! it's a secret
Theodore Annemann

Nickles on the Brain

1934

SHHH! It's A Secret

39



one of those things \n age and number (amount of change) are divined after calculation \n calvin cole \n pocket presto \n calvin cole \n karl fulves
1935
the jinx 150
Calvin Cole

One of Those Things

Also published here

1935

The Jinx 150
(Issue 4)

15



a thought reading trick \n two ways, first coin is discovered in correct hand and then under correct drawer of a matchbox \n unknown
1935
coin magic
Unknown

A Thought Reading Trick

1935

Coin Magic

27



the talking coin \n coin dances in glass, answering questions, assistant \n unknown
1935
coin magic
Unknown

The Talking Coin

1935

Coin Magic

40



money mentalism \n money is put in envelope, medium names denomination, code \n charles rosenthal
1936
the jinx 150
Charles Rosenthal

Money Mentalism

1936

The Jinx 150
(Issue 21)

123



numismatigic \n coin divination behind back, magnetism \n stewart james \n the knickel of kanadah \n l. vosburgh lyons \n page 172 for improvement by e. j. oeinck
1936
the jinx 150
Stewart James

Numismatigic

Related to

1936

The Jinx 150
(Issue 25)

157



dates \n borrowed coins in hat, performer announces year and finds coin by touch, repeated, one ahead \n charles t. jordan
1937
the jinx 150
Charles T. Jordan

Dates

1937

The Jinx 150
(Issue 33)

213



duplex date reading \n naming dates on borrowed coins \n charles t. jordan
1937
the jinx 150
Charles T. Jordan

Duplex Date Reading

1937

The Jinx 150
(Issue 37)

250



coin experiment \n three spectators put a coin in an envelope, medium divines value, date and owner \n theodore annemann \n audley walsh
1937
"en rapport"
Theodore Annemann, Audley Walsh

Coin Experiment

1937

"En Rapport"

11



the miracle divination  the problem of the three coins \n three coins are pocketed by three spectators, performer divines them \n mahendra \n dollars and (6th) sense \n stewart james \n the miracle divination \n persi diaconis \n ron graham
1938
greater magic
Mahendra

The Miracle Divination  The Problem of the Three Coins

Variations

1938

Greater Magic

128



dime under one of three cards \n spectator puts dime beneath one of three card, performer divines which card \n al baker
1938
greater magic
Al Baker

Dime Under One of Three Cards

1938

Greater Magic

681



the knickel of kanadah \n coin divination, magnetism \n l. vosburgh lyons \n numismatigic \n stewart james
1939
the jinx 51100
L. Vosburgh Lyons

The Knickel of Kanadah

Inspired by

1939

The Jinx 51100
(Issue 72)

486



it's a date \n date of borrowed dime appears on disk \n franklin m. chapman
1939
chap's scrapbook
Franklin M. Chapman

It's a Date

1939

Chap's Scrapbook
(Vol. 1 No. 9)

2



money sense \n cards divined and four selected cards represent year of coin \n t. nelson downs
1940
the jinx 51100
T. Nelson Downs

Money Sense

1940

The Jinx 51100
(Issue 87)

551



a penny  a bet  a drink \n guessing in which hand the coin is, bar bet, see also page 728 \n unknown
1941
the jinx 101151
Unknown

A Penny  A Bet  A Drink

1941

The Jinx 101151
(Issue 123)

716



the coin dowser \n coin is found with a dowsing rod in the dark \n james g. thompson jr. \n bruce elliott
1942
the phoenix 150
James G. Thompson Jr., Bruce Elliott

The Coin Dowser

1942

The Phoenix 150
(Issue 15)

63



one in many \n finding selected coin out of bunch of coins \n eddie joseph
1942
coin and money magic
Eddie Joseph

One in Many

1942

Coin and Money Magic

49



date detection \n several coins in hat, performer reaches in and divines dates
 mental presentation
 sensitive touch presentation \n eddie joseph
1942
coin and money magic
Eddie Joseph

Date Detection

1942

Coin and Money Magic

57



dating the coin \n each coin wrapped in paper, performer divines coins, impression \n eddie joseph
1942
coin and money magic
Eddie Joseph

Dating the Coin

1942

Coin and Money Magic

60



the date mystery \n spectator makes calculations with the date on a selected coin, coin divined \n eddie joseph
1942
coin and money magic
Eddie Joseph

The Date Mystery

1942

Coin and Money Magic

62



the masked helper \n blindfolded spectator takes coins one by one, performer divines dates, one ahead, with gag sequence in which spectator holds on to dummy wax hand without knowing \n eddie joseph
1942
coin and money magic
Eddie Joseph

The Masked Helper

1942

Coin and Money Magic

63



the missing date \n several coins on table, spectator pockets one, performer names sum of digits of chosen coin's date \n eddie joseph
1942
coin and money magic
Eddie Joseph

The Missing Date

1942

Coin and Money Magic

65



mental delineation \n spectator names sum of digits of a coin's date (via a number of colored beads), performer names year \n eddie joseph
1942
coin and money magic
Eddie Joseph

Mental Delineation

1942

Coin and Money Magic

66



how the devil does he do it \n selected coin found in hat of coins by spectator \n eddie joseph
1942
coin and money magic
Eddie Joseph

How the Devil Does He Do It

1942

Coin and Money Magic

104



money sense \n three different coins in three glasses, performer can name coin when he is handed a glass blindfolded, or when a coin is dropped into a glass \n eddie joseph
1942
coin and money magic
Eddie Joseph

Money Sense

1942

Coin and Money Magic

106



the stolen money \n three coins on table under three match boxes, spectator removes a coin when performer turns away, match box with missing coin is divined \n eddie joseph
1942
coin and money magic
Eddie Joseph

The Stolen Money

1942

Coin and Money Magic

107



91¢ miracle \n three spectators select a different color envelope each and can than put one coin out of five in it, when performer turns over and sees the remaining two, he knows who chose which coin \n walter b. gibson \n key chart to the 91¢ miracle \n l. vosburgh lyons
1943
the phoenix 150
Walter B. Gibson

91¢ Miracle

Related to

1943

The Phoenix 150
(Issue 44)

180



key chart to the 91¢ miracle \n \n l. vosburgh lyons \n 91¢ miracle \n walter b. gibson
1943
the phoenix 150
L. Vosburgh Lyons

Key Chart to the 91¢ Miracle

Related to

1943

The Phoenix 150
(Issue 48)

198



gold seal mystery \n coins, objects and colors are chosen and predicted, in an envelope and the coin in a box and inside wool \n walter b. gibson \n bruce elliott
1944
the phoenix 51100
Walter B. Gibson, Bruce Elliott

Gold Seal Mystery

1944

The Phoenix 51100
(Issue 59)

240



the prophetic pennies \n spectator shuffles deck, freely chooses penny from a pile, date matches top four cards \n john mulholland
1944
the art of illusion
John Mulholland

The Prophetic Pennies

1944

The Art of Illusion

62



coin location \n coin in hand hold to forehead and then hold next to the other hand, hand with object is located \n unknown
1945
miracles in mentalism and psychic experimentation
Unknown

Coin Location

1945

Miracles in Mentalism and Psychic Experimentation

55



the 'snappy' thirteen cent trick \n two nickels and three pennies, spectator can turn one sort of coins over while performer's back is turned, revelation of which coins are turned over \n bob hummer \n the 'snappy' thirteen cent trick \n bob hummer
1945
3 pets
Bob Hummer

The 'snappy' Thirteen Cent Trick

Also published here

1945

3 Pets

1



die geldrolle \n finding marked coin among others in hat, followed by french translation "le rouleau d'argent" \n dr. william weyeneth
1945
la baguette magique
Dr. William Weyeneth

Die Geldrolle

Mar. 1945

La Baguette Magique
(Issue 2)

1



pennies, nickels and dimes \n two spectators remove a handful of coins from a bag with pennies, nickels and dimes, performer divines the exact amount of each \n john brown cook \n arthur h. buckley
1947
gems of mental magic
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley

Pennies, Nickels and Dimes

1947

Gems of Mental Magic

18



date divination \n assistant collects several different coins in an envelope, all dates are divined, clever subtlety \n john brown cook \n arthur h. buckley
1947
gems of mental magic
John Brown Cook, Arthur H. Buckley

Date Divination

1947

Gems of Mental Magic

32



the nickle and penny \n spectator distributes nickel and penny in his two hands, has to do some calculations without telling the result, then performer knows which is where, also as phone effect \n u. f. grant
1948
grant's inner circle magazine
U. F. Grant

The Nickle and Penny

Dec. 1948

Grant's Inner Circle Magazine
(Vol. 1 No. 3)

8



reading numbers on borrowed coins \n using double envelope \n unknown
1948/27
tarbell course in magic — volume 5
Unknown

Reading Numbers on Borrowed Coins

1948/27

Tarbell Course in Magic — Volume 5

178



lady luck \n multiple prediction, coins heads and tales, sum of thrown dice and selected card, tossed out deck \n u. f. grant \n fate \n bruce elliott
1949
the phoenix 151200
U. F. Grant

Lady Luck

Related to

1949

The Phoenix 151200
(Issue 181)

723



a penny for your thoughts! \n performer is blindfolded divines date of a coin and two selected words from a dictionary \n howard a. adams
1949
the phoenix 151200
Howard A. Adams

A Penny For Your Thoughts!

1949

The Phoenix 151200
(Issue 184)

735



coinception \n three coins taped onto cardboard by spectator, put in envelope and then thumb tacked on wall, performer divines order of coins, gravity/balance \n u. f. grant
1949
grant's inner circle magazine
U. F. Grant

CoinCeption

Jan. 1949

Grant's Inner Circle Magazine
(Vol. 1 No. 4)

6



jack in the box \n triple prediction, selected color, number on penny and card on top of the deck \n cy endfield
1951
the phoenix 201 — 250
Cy Endfield

Jack in the Box

1951

The Phoenix 201 — 250
(Issue 221)

884



guess which hand \n spectator guesses in which hand the performer hides a coin, six phases \n c. james mclemore
1952
modern coin magic
C. James McLemore

Guess Which Hand

1952

Modern Coin Magic

134



underhand coin \n spectator puts some coins on the table and starts turning them over one by one then one coin is hidden and performer turns back, he reveals which side is up on the hidden coin \n gerald kosky \n call it a puzzle \n l. vosburgh lyons \n a coin tipp \n milton tropp \n the 'snappy' thirteen cent trick \n bob hummer
1952
the phoenix 251 — 300
Gerald Kosky

UnderHand Coin

Inspired byRelated toVariations

1952

The Phoenix 251 — 300
(Issue 260)

1039



a coin tipp \n simplified version of underhand coin \n milton tropp \n underhand coin \n gerald kosky
1952
the phoenix 251 — 300
Milton Tropp

A Coin Tipp

Inspired by

1952

The Phoenix 251 — 300
(Issue 264)

1055



which hand? \n divine which hand holds dime and which hand holds penny \n unknown \n heath's variation \n royal vale heath
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery
Unknown

Which Hand?

Variations

1956

Mathematics, Magic And Mystery

59



heath's variation \n which hand, divine which hand holds nickel and which hand holds penny \n royal vale heath \n which hand? \n unknown
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery
Royal Vale Heath

Heath's Variation

Inspired by

1956

Mathematics, Magic And Mystery

60



heads or tails? \n determine whether hidden coin is heads or tails after spectator has turned over the coins randomly, provides variation by walter gibson using pieces of colored cardboard \n unknown \n walter b. gibson
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery
Unknown, Walter B. Gibson

Heads or Tails?

1956

Mathematics, Magic And Mystery

61



predicted total \n dates of coins are totaled, sum prediction \n allessandro
1957
ireland's yearbooks
Allessandro

Predicted Total

1957

Ireland's Yearbooks
(Issue Yearbook 1957)

37



finde die münze \n coin placed under one of three cards by spectator and found by perfomer \n karlheinz wehner \n in "aladin"
1957
hokus pokus
KarlHeinz Wehner

Finde die Münze

Also published here

1957

Hokus Pokus
(Vol. 18 No. 4)

528



no. 9. a close up quickie \n date of a coin is predicted \n tony corinda
1958
the swami gimmick
Tony Corinda

No. 9. A Close up Quickie

1958

The Swami Gimmick

19



(4) a debt repaid \n spectator writes down a sum of money, performer lets him subtract an amount and then hands him the exact change, he was holding from the beginning \n tony corinda
1958
pencil, lip, sound, touch and muscle reading
Tony Corinda

(4) A Debt Repaid

1958

Pencil, Lip, Sound, Touch and Muscle Reading

34



(7) corinda's "money box" \n coins in box are removed, performer names amount and dates on the coins, electronic version \n tony corinda \n precoinition \n philip t. goldstein \n cashseer \n thomas alan waters
1958
blindfolds & xray eyes
Tony Corinda

(7) Corinda's "Money Box"

Related toVariations

1958

Blindfolds & XRay Eyes

150



ein münzentrick \n signed coin is found among other coins inside hat \n peter a. macdonald
1958
hokus pokus
Peter A. MacDonald

Ein Münzentrick

1958

Hokus Pokus
(Vol. 19 No. 6)

753



a date with a coin \n coin is selected, when top four cards are dealt, numbers match the date of the coin \n u. f. grant
1959
more miracles in mentalism
U. F. Grant

A Date with a Coin

1959

More Miracles in Mentalism

30



ten silver dollar \n bank night with one marked coin among several, coin in sock spectator has to select one by one \n ernest w. brady
1961
the new phoenix 351400
Ernest W. Brady

Ten Silver Dollar

1961

The New Phoenix 351400
(Issue 358)

259



penceforth or a date with a mint mark \n picking out a coin of a certain date from a bag full of coins \n ernest w. brady
1961
the new phoenix 351400
Ernest W. Brady

Penceforth or A Date with a Mint Mark

1961

The New Phoenix 351400
(Issue 361)

272



in the center \n amount of change is divined, written on paper \n leo behnke
1962
entertaining close up
Leo Behnke

In the Center

1962

Entertaining Close Up

14



coined \n revelation of dates of coins in chosen pile \n aaron wainer
1965
the new phoenix 351400
Aaron Wainer

Coined

1965

The New Phoenix 351400
(Issue 400)

429



apex \n date on coins divined \n aaron wainer \n datenhellsehen \n aaron wainer
1966
the pallbearers review vol. 14
Aaron Wainer

Apex

Also published here

Feb. 1966

The Pallbearers Review Vol. 14
(Vol. 1 No. 4)

21



satan's seal \n coins predicted, then date \n ben christopher \n on satan's seal \n the amazing maurice
1966
the pallbearers review vol. 14
Ben Christopher

Satan's Seal

Variations

Apr. 1966

The Pallbearers Review Vol. 14
(Vol. 1 No. 6)

27



5c for your thoughts \n spectator spins coin multiple times, performer knows what side showed up how many times \n john benzais
1967
the best of benzais
John Benzais

5c for your Thoughts

1967

The Best of Benzais

31



xray coins \n revelation of the dates on coins, when putting one reversed on the hand and watching through a napkin tube \n arthur setterington
1967
stranger mysteries
Arthur Setterington

XRay Coins

1967

Stranger Mysteries

9



incorporated color control with coins \n \n bob hemple \n incorporated color control \n karl fulves
1967
the pallbearers review vol. 14
Bob Hemple

Incorporated Color Control with Coins

Inspired by

Oct. 1967

The Pallbearers Review Vol. 14
(Vol. 2 No. 12)

128



the babbling coins \n four thoughts are directed to four coins (as well as noted on a pad), medium divines four thoughts, carbon \n ned rutledge \n die sprechenden münzen \n ned rutledge
1967
between two minds
Ned Rutledge

The Babbling Coins

Also published here

1967

Between Two Minds

35



a remarkable bet \n heads and tails bet with three coins, presentation for walter penney's coin flipping paradox \n karl fulves
1970
epilogue
Karl Fulves

A Remarkable Bet

1970

Epilogue
(Issue 10)

77



dates \n three spectators with coins, a fourth coin is introduced and each spectator finally selects one, dates divined \n peter brooke \n "hofzinser variation" (karl fulves, abra #1205)
1970
the pallbearers review vol. 58
Peter Brooke

Dates

Inspired by "Hofzinser Variation" (Karl Fulves, Abra #1205)

Jan. 1970

The Pallbearers Review Vol. 58
(Vol. 5 No. 3)

311



coin problem \n any coin placed in matchbox, performer divines the type of coin, posed as problem, "exotic methods like radioactive daub are to be shunned." \n j. w. sarles
1973
the pallbearers review vol. 58
J. W. Sarles

Coin Problem

Mar. 1973

The Pallbearers Review Vol. 58
(Vol. 8 No. 5)

602



a penny for your thoughts \n after some changes (written directions) the order of four coins and a rolled up bill is named \n paul curry \n match miracle \n jack yates \n mathematical 3card monte \n karl fulves \n ein pfennig für ihre gedanken \n bob driebeek \n a penny for your thoughts \n paul curry \n die ballydesmond polka \n alexander de cova \n paul curry \n tell monte (rescripted) \n john hostler
1974
paul curry presents
Paul Curry

A Penny For Your Thoughts

Inspired byRelated toVariationsAlso published here

1974

Paul Curry Presents

83



sleight of crime \n four coins in four matchboxes, spectator secretly removes on coin and mixes the matchboxes, a match is light and goes out in front of the empty box, then the date of the coin is revealed \n karl fulves
1974
closeup mental magic
Karl Fulves

Sleight of Crime

1974

CloseUp Mental Magic

36



money talks \n spirit raps with two coins and a pencil \n karl fulves
1974
closeup mental magic
Karl Fulves

Money Talks

1974

CloseUp Mental Magic

44



destiny's date! \n five dimes, one is chosen and date predicted on business card \n charlie miller \n al baker
1974
the compleat magick — volume i
Charlie Miller, Al Baker

Destiny's Date!

1974

The Compleat Magick — Volume I
(Issue 92)

459



matchwrite \n prediction of change inside cover of book of matches \n bascom jones
1974
the compleat magick — volume i
Bascom Jones

MatchWrite

1974

The Compleat Magick — Volume I
(Issue 94)

470



heads or tails \n divining if coin falls heads or tails after it is spun on table \n unknown
1974
tricks with coins
Unknown

Heads or Tails

1974

Tricks with Coins

27



odds and evens \n prediction with coins, simple method \n patrick page
1974
tricks with coins
Patrick Page

Odds and Evens

1974

Tricks with Coins

30



xray eyes \n coin is placed under cup, performer divines value \n patrick page
1974
tricks with coins
Patrick Page

XRay Eyes

1974

Tricks with Coins

50



blind date \n divining date on borrowed coin
\n fred robinson
1975
pabular
Fred Robinson

Blind Date

July 1975

Pabular
(Vol. 1 No. 11)

131



festive fun \n a coin puzzle by alex elmsley and by tony faro, logic puzzles, making smoke powder by burning a striking surface, match problems by tony faro, medium card revelation, a number puzzle by ed schuman and how to stick a bottle on a wall
\n unknown \n alex elmsley \n tony faro \n ed schuman
1975
pabular
Unknown, Alex Elmsley, Tony Faro, Ed Schuman

Festive Fun

Dec. 1975

Pabular
(Vol. 2 No. 4)

192



coins in plastic bags \n spectator distributes coins to plastic bags, distribution predicted \n lubor fiedler
1975
another closeup cavalcade
Lubor Fiedler

Coins in Plastic Bags

1975

Another Closeup Cavalcade

77



coin divination \n three nickels, three pennies, three cards (two, six, ten), spectator arranges coins in some way under cards, performer divines layout \n ronald b. edwards \n divination \n ronald b. edwards
1975
the pallbearers review vol. 910
Ronald B. Edwards

Coin Divination

Also published here

Aug. 1975

The Pallbearers Review Vol. 910
(Vol. 10 No. 10)

1043



the 12¢ solution \n "math trix"
twelve pennies, two dice, pocket watch, dice total divined along with dates on chosen coin and setting on watch \n karl fulves \n murder, inc. \n karl fulves \n milliondollar mystery \n bob hummer \n unknown \n it's murder \n bob hummer
1975
the pallbearers review vol. 910
Karl Fulves

The 12¢ Solution

Inspired byRelated to

Oct. 1975

The Pallbearers Review Vol. 910
(Vol. 10 No. 12)

1059



16c mental xperament \n three coins in a cup, turned over and only one drops out, repeated \n tom fitzgerald
1975
the compleat magick — volume ii
Tom Fitzgerald

16c Mental Xperament

1975

The Compleat Magick — Volume II
(Issue 134)

668



81cent mystery \n cards with numbers, one is selected, prediction in form of coins \n sydney bergson
1975
the compleat magick — volume ii
Sydney Bergson

81Cent Mystery

1975

The Compleat Magick — Volume II
(Issue 139)

693



money in mind \n classic, three coins, prediction on business card \n chester "dr. demille" miller \n gene nielsen
1975
the compleat magick — volume ii
Chester "Dr. DeMille" Miller, Gene Nielsen

Money in Mind

1975

The Compleat Magick — Volume II
(Issue 140)

698



parity coin \n coins on table, spectator can turn several coins over and covers one, performer divines if head or tails is up \n tieneblas \n call it a puzzle \n l. vosburgh lyons \n heads or tails \n karl fulves
1975
the compleat magick — volume ii
Tieneblas

Parity Coin

Related to

1975

The Compleat Magick — Volume II
(Issue 141)

703



envelope switch \n prediction of coin in envelope, envelope to switch coin \n vic perry \n al koran
1975
the compleat magick — volume ii
Vic Perry, Al Koran

Envelope Switch

1975

The Compleat Magick — Volume II
(Issue 143)

713



sense of touch perfected \n bag made from handkerchief, different coins are divined and date on last coin \n horace e. bennett \n sense of touch \n don nielson \n wanderful \n howard schwarzman
1975
bennett's best
Horace E. Bennett

Sense of Touch Perfected

Inspired byRelated to

1975

Bennett's Best

43



cash match \n two routines
1.) spectator and magician select a coin, both bearing the same date
2.) chosen coin becomes a jumbo coin, with the same date \n will dexter
1976
pabular
Will Dexter

Cash Match

Jan. 1976

Pabular
(Vol. 2 No. 5)

202



date sense \n coins in handkerchief, one with specific date is found, several versions \n clayton rawson \n walter b. gibson \n jerry ross
1976
the compleat magick — volume ii
Clayton Rawson, Walter B. Gibson, Jerry Ross

Date Sense

1976

The Compleat Magick — Volume II
(Issue 161)

802



devil coin \n several coins in handkerchief, date of selected coin is divined \n dr. john nichols
1976
the compleat magick — volume ii
Dr. John Nichols

Devil Coin

1976

The Compleat Magick — Volume II
(Issue 163)

813



double mental test \n one of four coins chosen, number formed by adding card values, both predicted in wallet, originally in linking ring (feb. 1971), two methods \n jerry mentzer \n double mental test \n jerry mentzer
1977
closeup cavalcade finale
Jerry Mentzer

Double Mental Test

Also published here

1977

Closeup Cavalcade Finale

70



stuck! \n two numbered envelopes, change as prediction matches change from spectator \n dr. dan j. alessini
1977
the compleat magick — volume ii
Dr. Dan J. Alessini

Stuck!

1977

The Compleat Magick — Volume II
(Issue 180)

898



headsup \n coins are dropped and all headsup coins eliminated until one remains, prediction of date \n marcello truzzi \n double face force \n marcello truzzi \n michael weber \n simply mental \n jack parker \n psitouch \n max abrams
1977
the compleat magick — volume ii
Marcello Truzzi

HeadsUp

Variations

1977

The Compleat Magick — Volume II
(Issue 184)

918



mentacoin \n coin in one of four cups is moved in steps \n gene nielsen
1977
the compleat magick — volume ii
Gene Nielsen

MentaCoin

1977

The Compleat Magick — Volume II
(Issue 192)

958



that's odd! \n head/tail divination with handful of coins \n harry lorayne
1977
the magic book
Harry Lorayne

That's Odd!

1977

The Magic Book

234



change in mind \n "as many pennies as you have, plus three more, plus enough left over...", trick that fooled einstein with coins \n karl fulves \n correct change \n jon racherbaumer
1977
the magic book
Karl Fulves

Change in Mind

Variations

1977

The Magic Book

83



heads or tails \n coins on table, spectator can turn several coins over and covers one, performer divines if head or tails is up \n karl fulves \n call it a puzzle \n l. vosburgh lyons \n parity coin \n tieneblas
1977
the magic book
Karl Fulves

Heads or Tails

Inspired byRelated to

1977

The Magic Book

84



money mental \n three coin values written on paper strip which is torn in three pieces, coins wrapped in paper pieces, performer divines which coin is in which paper \n karl fulves
1977
the magic book
Karl Fulves

Money Mental

1977

The Magic Book

91



sixes and sevens \n dime and penny, spectator puts one in each hand, involving calculation \n karl fulves
1977
the magic book
Karl Fulves

Sixes and Sevens

1977

The Magic Book

126



the absolute touch \n feeling date of some coins \n pavel
1978
apocalypse vol. 15
Pavel

The Absolute Touch

Nov. 1978

Apocalypse Vol. 15
(Vol. 1 No. 11)

124



the 35 millimiracle ii \n five film capsules, marked coin is placed in one and found by performer \n larry becker
1978
world of super mentalism
Larry Becker

The 35 Millimiracle II

1978

World of Super Mentalism

88



psitouch \n two prediction of chosen coin and last coin tailsup, prediction of date \n max abrams \n headsup \n marcello truzzi
1978
the compleat magick — volume iii
Max Abrams

PsiTouch

Inspired by

1978

The Compleat Magick — Volume III
(Issue 210)

1047



trilevel esp \n presentation of telepathy (card), clairvoyance (amount of coins) and precognition (date of coin) \n robert schwarz
1978
the compleat magick — volume iii
Robert Schwarz

TriLevel ESP

1978

The Compleat Magick — Volume III
(Issue 212)

1057



91 sense \n five coins, spectator places any 4 in his hand and performer announces total, using code and confederate \n karl fulves
1979
the shamrock code / the parallel principle
Karl Fulves

91 Sense

1979

The Shamrock Code / The Parallel Principle

11



heads or tails \n invisible coin, prediction of heads or tails in envelope \n larry becker \n imagination \n larry becker
1979
the best of larry becker's world of super mentalism book ii
Larry Becker

Heads or Tails

Also published here

1979

The Best of Larry Becker's World of Super Mentalism Book II

164



the mating game \n two sets of envelopes containing coins with different dates, matching routine \n larry becker
1979
the best of larry becker's world of super mentalism book ii
Larry Becker

The Mating Game

1979

The Best of Larry Becker's World of Super Mentalism Book II

174



second sight \n four coin purses with four coins with different dates, correctly allocated by performer \n larry becker \n coin experiment \n theodore annemann \n audley walsh \n volition \n theodore annemann
1979
the best of larry becker's world of super mentalism book ii
Larry Becker

Second Sight

Inspired by

1979

The Best of Larry Becker's World of Super Mentalism Book II

186



replica \n no. 25, four coins on table, one chosen and put in envelope, it duplicates in envelope, equivoque with written instructions \n karl fulves
1979
selfworking mental magic
Karl Fulves

Replica

1979

SelfWorking Mental Magic

37



force of a year \n with coins \n eddie clever
1980
pabular
Eddie Clever

Force Of A Year

May 1980

Pabular
(Vol. 6 No. 5)

848



the 'snappy' thirteen cent trick \n two nickels and three pennies, spectator can turn one sort of coins over while performer's back is turned, revelation of which coins are turned over \n bob hummer \n call it a puzzle \n l. vosburgh lyons \n the 'snappy' thirteen cent trick \n bob hummer \n underhand coin \n gerald kosky
1980
bob hummer's collected secrets
Bob Hummer

The 'Snappy' Thirteen Cent Trick

Related toAlso published here

1980

Bob Hummer's Collected Secrets

15



the 41c miracle \n envelopes with different amounts of change, prediction of selected envelope \n orville wayne meyer
1980
the compleat magick — volume iii
Orville Wayne Meyer

The 41c Miracle

1980

The Compleat Magick — Volume III
(Issue 253)

1261



hat or rabbit \n no. 15, three cards with hats on one sides and rabbits on other, spectator turns them to instructions with the performer's back turned, in the end all are the same way, also with coins or over phone \n karl fulves \n martin gardner \n half doz. glasses \n karl fulves
1980
the children's magic kit
Karl Fulves, Martin Gardner

Hat or Rabbit

Related to

1980

The Children's Magic Kit

15



espenny miracle \n date on coin prediction \n mark levy
1981
coinmagic
Mark Levy

ESPenny Miracle

1981

CoinMagic

210



the coins from the pocket \n spectator puts money in an envelope and seals it, then the performer hands him an envelope with the same amount of coins and of the same denomination, bombshell wallet \n al mann
1981
the "h" factor
Al Mann

The Coins from the Pocket

1981

The "H" Factor

11



cents of touch \n marked penny is lost and found in a bag of pennies \n mike caveney \n dick zimmerman
1981
magicomedy
Mike Caveney, Dick Zimmerman

Cents of Touch

1981

Magicomedy

27



milliondollar mystery \n no. 9, twelve coins on table, spectator can remove some and coins with heads and tales up are divined, blindfolded \n bob hummer \n unknown \n the 12¢ solution \n karl fulves \n time will tell \n bob hummer \n jack yates
1981
selfworking table magic
Bob Hummer, Unknown

MillionDollar Mystery

Related to

1981

SelfWorking Table Magic

13



lefthanded thoughts \n no. 45, different coin in each hand, spectator does quick mental calculation and performer is able to name the result \n karl fulves \n royal vale heath
1981
selfworking table magic
Karl Fulves, Royal Vale Heath

LeftHanded Thoughts

1981

SelfWorking Table Magic

55



optionail \n three spectator's count their change, name and amount of the one who has the most is predicted, other applications of the principle \n thomas alan waters \n sam dalal's "magical musings" in "swami" vol. 3, no. 30. \n contest \n philip t. goldstein
1982
mind, myth & magick
Thomas Alan Waters

Optionail

Inspired by Sam Dalal's "Magical Musings" in "Swami" Vol. 3, No. 30.
Variations

1982

Mind, Myth & Magick
(Issue Octasm)

306



and counting \n further thoughts on card counting, also with noncard items like divining date on removed coin from pile \n karl fulves
1982
card counting
Karl Fulves

And Counting

1982

Card Counting

48



curvature \n different coins and cards removed and remembered by spectators and shuffled back, performer blindfolded, all cards located and coins as well, coins leaves circular impression \n karl fulves \n it's up to you \n unknown
1983
after jordan
Karl Fulves

Curvature

Inspired by

1983

After Jordan

2



datenhellsehen \n date on coins divined \n aaron wainer \n apex \n aaron wainer
1983
intermagic
Aaron Wainer

DatenHellsehen

Also published here

Apr. 1983

Intermagic
(Vol. 10 No. 1)

29



midas \n behind the back the performer identifies coin and date on it \n philip t. goldstein
1984
the collected almanac
Philip T. Goldstein

Midas

1984

The Collected Almanac
(Vol. 2 No. 20)

192



correct change \n trick that fooled einstein with coins \n jon racherbaumer \n change in mind \n karl fulves \n little jackpot coins \n barrie richardson
1984
at the table
Jon Racherbaumer

Correct Change

Inspired byVariations

1984

At The Table

60



coin con \n thoughtof coin is devined, coins glued on cardboard cards \n jerry k. hartman
1985
the collected almanac
Jerry K. Hartman

Coin Con

1985

The Collected Almanac
(Vol. 3 No. 31, 32 & 33)

320



spondulics plus mentalism \n three different coins in the hand, spectator selects one, that or the other coins vanish \n stephen tucker \n subir kumar dhar
1985
pabular
Stephen Tucker, Subir Kumar Dhar

Spondulics Plus Mentalism

May 1985

Pabular
(Vol. 8 No. 10)

1286



menu \n item from menu are chosen, total is predicted \n stephen tucker
1987
1987 lecture
Stephen Tucker

Menu

1987

1987 Lecture

6



die sprechenden münzen \n four thoughts are directed to four coins (as well as noted on a pad), medium divines four thoughts, carbon \n ned rutledge \n the babbling coins \n ned rutledge
1987
intermagic
Ned Rutledge

Die sprechenden Münzen

Also published here

Dec. 1987

Intermagic
(Vol. 13 No. 2)

93



grab gamble \n coins in bowl, spectator reaches in and takes a handful of coins and pockets them in threephase procedure, number of remaining coins divined \n terri rogers \n das greifzuspiel \n terri rogers
1988
more secrets
Terri Rogers

Grab Gamble

Also published here

1988

More Secrets

61



diskette \n reading with layout with coins \n philip t. goldstein \n dial a date deal \n bob hummer
1989
fifth
Philip T. Goldstein

Diskette

Inspired by

1989

Fifth

5



money mental \n chapter intro \n karl fulves
1989
selfworking coin magic
Karl Fulves

Money Mental

1989

SelfWorking Coin Magic

101



divination \n no. 73, three nickels, three pennies, three cards (two, six, ten), spectator arranges coins in some way under cards, performer divines layout \n ronald b. edwards \n coin divination \n ronald b. edwards
1989
selfworking coin magic
Ronald B. Edwards

Divination

Also published here

1989

SelfWorking Coin Magic

101



time will tell \n no. 74, twelve coins on table in circle layout, spectator removes six coins, some head/tail matching \n bob hummer \n jack yates \n milliondollar mystery \n bob hummer \n unknown
1989
selfworking coin magic
Bob Hummer, Jack Yates

Time Will Tell

Related to

1989

SelfWorking Coin Magic

102



take one \n no. 75, three different coins on table, three spectators each take a coin, performer finds out who has which \n al koran
1989
selfworking coin magic
Al Koran

Take One

1989

SelfWorking Coin Magic

104



metalogic \n no. 77, four coins, each represents a president, one chosen and divined \n edward bagshawe \n sam schwartz \n karl fulves
1989
selfworking coin magic
Edward Bagshawe, Sam Schwartz, Karl Fulves

Metalogic

1989

SelfWorking Coin Magic

106



smart money \n no. 92, calculation with date on any coin with result in number nine, this book is a forcebook with "of" as every ninth word at the start of each chapter \n karl fulves
1989
selfworking coin magic
Karl Fulves

Smart Money

1989

SelfWorking Coin Magic

135



das greifzuspiel \n coins in bowl, spectator reaches in and takes a handful of coins and pockets them in threephase procedure, number of remaining coins divined \n terri rogers \n grab gamble \n terri rogers
1989
intermagic
Terri Rogers

Das GreifzuSpiel

Also published here

July 1989

Intermagic
(Vol. 14 No. 4&5)

173



50  50 opener \n prediction of coin toss, heads or tails written on a cards \n paul hallas
1990
mental mix
Paul Hallas

50  50 Opener

1990

Mental Mix

16



destination unknown \n five foreign coins are placed under five cards, spectator can chose on which is covered with a toy plane, country of selected coin is predicted \n dan harlan
1993
the minotaur
Dan Harlan

Destination Unknown

1993

The Minotaur
(Vol. 5 No. 3)

10



a glowing thought \n three coins in a box, spectator distributes them in pocket and hand, performer knows which coin is where, luminous paint in bottom of box, free will \n steve dusheck
1993
dusheck's mental magic
Steve Dusheck

A Glowing Thought

1993

Dusheck's Mental Magic

5



penny force \n digits of date on coin added \n larry white
1993
dusheck's mental magic
Larry White

Penny Force

1993

Dusheck's Mental Magic

11



coin force \n different coins shaken and covered with other hand, spectator reaches in and takes force coin \n steve dusheck
1993
dusheck's mental magic
Steve Dusheck

Coin Force

1993

Dusheck's Mental Magic

11



i.o.u. paddle \n date on borrowed coin predicted, switched with a paddle \n steve dusheck
1993
dusheck's mental magic
Steve Dusheck

I.O.U. Paddle

1993

Dusheck's Mental Magic

28



coinetism \n three coins on box, one removed, same one predicted in box \n steve dusheck \n marketed in 1969
1993
dusheck's mental magic
Steve Dusheck

Coinetism

Also published here

1993

Dusheck's Mental Magic

85



cheap date \n spectator takes out any coin, date is divined, coin index \n chuck fayne
1993
something old, something new
Chuck Fayne

Cheap Date

1993

Something Old, Something New

7



eine neue räucherblechroutine \n two baking trays are blackened with soot, a coin is placed in between and suddenly date of coin appears written in soot \n alan shaxon
1994
alan shaxon lecture
Alan Shaxon

Eine neue RäucherBlechRoutine

1994

Alan Shaxon Lecture

17



changeling \n named number is predicted with the exact amount of coins under business card \n philip t. goldstein
1995
connotes
Philip T. Goldstein

Changeling

1995

Connotes

4



behind closed doors \n no. 44, four or five coins in envelope given to medium in other room who divines the chosen coin \n karl fulves \n behind closed doors ii \n karl fulves
1995
easy magic
Karl Fulves

Behind Closed Doors

Related to

1995

Easy Magic

63



behind closed doors ii \n no. 45, four or five coins in envelope given to medium in other room who divines the chosen coin, second method \n karl fulves \n behind closed doors \n karl fulves
1995
easy magic
Karl Fulves

Behind Closed Doors II

Related to

1995

Easy Magic

64



by george, he got it! \n no. 53, quarter folded into bill by spectator, date of coin and serial number of bill divined by performer behind back \n karl fulves
1995
easy magic
Karl Fulves

By George, He Got It!

1995

Easy Magic

75



pocket presto \n no. 58, spectator counts his change and puts one coin into pocket, amount of change divined after some calculations \n calvin cole \n karl fulves \n one of those things \n calvin cole
1995
easy magic
Calvin Cole, Karl Fulves

Pocket Presto

Also published here

1995

Easy Magic

81



a mind for money \n no. 62, chosen coin divined, using a confederate \n karl fulves
1995
easy magic
Karl Fulves

A Mind for Money

1995

Easy Magic

88



changeling \n named number is predicted with the exact amount of coins under business card \n philip t. goldstein
1996
desert seminar notes
Philip T. Goldstein

Changeling

1996

Desert Seminar Notes

5



the counter \n total of loose change is seen on computer screen, counter stops at exact amount \n alex elmsley
1996
mouse magic
Alex Elmsley

The Counter

1996

Mouse Magic

19



ein pfennig für ihre gedanken \n board with six slots, coins are arranged after instructions \n bob driebeek \n a penny for your thoughts \n paul curry
1996
aenigmas rätsel
Bob Driebeek

Ein Pfennig für Ihre Gedanken

Inspired by

1996

Aenigmas Rätsel

19



second sight \n comedy triple prediction, heads or tails, total of numbers from date of the coin and a card, three envelopes \n ron bauer \n david britland's "second sight" in "sorcerer vol.1"
1997
l.i.n.t. — pocket stuff for closeup magicians
Ron Bauer

Second Sight

Inspired by David Britland's "Second Sight" in "Sorcerer Vol.1"

1997

L.I.N.T. — Pocket Stuff for CloseUp Magicians

77



coin ruse \n apparently coin is taken from a handful of change from spectator, coin force \n unknown
1997
l.i.n.t. — pocket stuff for closeup magicians
Unknown

Coin Ruse

1997

L.I.N.T. — Pocket Stuff for CloseUp Magicians

78



against all odds \n spectator names amount of change in envelope, with variations \n steve beam \n chris "doc" dixon's "change of mind" \n remote viewing \n rajneesh madhok \n against all odds \n steve beam
1997
the trapdoor — volume three
Steve Beam

Against All Odds

Inspired by Chris "Doc" Dixon's "Change of Mind"
VariationsAlso published here

1997

The Trapdoor — Volume Three
(Issue 65)

1293



heads? or tails? \n divination of heads or tails after instruction game, with fortunetelling fish \n ken de courcy
1997
mind & magic magazine
Ken De Courcy

Heads? Or Tails?

1997

Mind & Magic Magazine
(Vol. 1 No. 6)

13



money in your pocket \n prediction of total of spectator's coins, with kicker \n ted lesley
1997
it's paramiraculous
Ted Lesley

Money in Your Pocket

1997

It's Paramiraculous

15



map + dowsing \n handful coins distributed on drawn map, one turned over, performer divines which one, using memory \n karl fulves
1998
combo
Karl Fulves

Map + Dowsing

1998

Combo

29



ideas galore \n  idea for triple prediction coin routine
 idea for living and dead test
 q&a with jap box
 coin force with folder \n paul alberstat
1998
mind & magic magazine
Paul Alberstat

Ideas Galore

1998

Mind & Magic Magazine
(Vol. 1 No. 9)

11



the golden gamble \n instruction game with coins \n ken de courcy
1998
mind & magic magazine
Ken De Courcy

The Golden Gamble

1998

Mind & Magic Magazine
(Vol. 1 No. 10)

1



imagination \n invisible coin, prediction of heads or tails in himber wallet \n larry becker \n heads or tails \n larry becker
1998
the himber wallet book
Larry Becker

Imagination

Also published here

1998

The Himber Wallet Book

89



wide and free \n card and coin predicted in himber wallet \n harry lorayne
1998
the himber wallet book
Harry Lorayne

Wide And Free

1998

The Himber Wallet Book

161



penny for your thoughts \n penny chosen from a glass of pennies, magician can tell the date on the penny \n david regal
1999
closeup & personal
David Regal

Penny For Your Thoughts

1999

CloseUp & Personal

199



the man with the xray eyes \n four coins placed between two large slabs of marble. any coin is secretly removed, the magician can tell which coin is removed \n david regal
1999
closeup & personal
David Regal

The Man With The XRay Eyes

1999

CloseUp & Personal

215



mathematical 3cup monte \n idea with three styrofoam cups \n karl fulves \n suspend a cup \n martin gardner \n cheap zombie \n martin gardner
1999
underworld
Karl Fulves

Mathematical 3Cup Monte

Inspired by

1999

Underworld
(Issue 10)

135



the trick that fooled einstein \n with coins \n barrie richardson \n club 71, autumn 1989
1999
theater of the mind
Barrie Richardson

The Trick That Fooled Einstein

Also published here

1999

Theater of the Mind

119



little jackpot coins \n \n barrie richardson \n club 71, halloween 1997 \n correct change \n jon racherbaumer \n but there's more! \n barrie richardson
1999
theater of the mind
Barrie Richardson

Little Jackpot Coins

Inspired byRelated toAlso published here

1999

Theater of the Mind

175



mark down ii \n four nickels on table in row, dates in numerical order, four cards with positions mixed, coins exchanged according to cards's order, performer rearranged coins in numerical order without looking by sense of touch, optional appearance of another coin or wedding ring \n tony bartolotta \n karl fulves
2000
latter day secrets
Tony Bartolotta, Karl Fulves

Mark Down II

2000

Latter Day Secrets
(Issue 4)

109



a penny for your thoughts \n after some changes (written directions) the order of four coins and a rolled up bill is named \n paul curry \n a penny for your thoughts \n paul curry \n mathematical 3card monte \n karl fulves
2001
paul curry's worlds beyond
Paul Curry

A Penny for Your Thoughts

Inspired byAlso published here

2001

Paul Curry's Worlds Beyond

164



bulgarian solitaire \n four coin piles with one, two, three and four coins, coins moved around, outcome predicted, card application posed as a problem \n karl fulves \n august 1983 column "mathematical games" (martin gardner)
2001
latter day secrets
Karl Fulves

Bulgarian Solitaire

Related to August 1983 column "Mathematical Games" (Martin Gardner)

2001

Latter Day Secrets
(Issue 5)

159



against all odds \n spectator names amount of change in envelope, with variations \n steve beam \n against all odds \n steve beam
2001
handpicked card tricks
Steve Beam

Against All Odds

Also published here

2001

HandPicked Card Tricks

38



dimes & pennies \n calculation stunt with coins \n jim steinmeyer
2002
impuzzibilities
Jim Steinmeyer

Dimes & Pennies

2002

Impuzzibilities

10



steve's nothingtodowithcanning'sidea prediction \n number is formed by simple arithmetics and predicted with a coin \n steve beam
2002
semiautomatic card tricks — volume 4
Steve Beam

Steve's NothingToDoWithCanning'sIdea Prediction

2002

SemiAutomatic Card Tricks — Volume 4

210



dougless \n with different dates on coins to form numbers \n steve beam
2002
semiautomatic card tricks — volume 4
Steve Beam

DougLess

2002

SemiAutomatic Card Tricks — Volume 4

213



psychic silver \n magician predicts coin that spectator will take out with three other coins in the family, surprise ending of all the coins' dates matching \n jay sankey
2003
twenty years of magic
Jay Sankey

Psychic Silver

2003

Twenty Years Of Magic
(Issue Tricks of the Trade)

43



3coin monte \n three cards and three coins, spectator moves cards around, performer places coins on cards which he thinks match the value of the coins via instructions \n karl fulves \n mathematical 3 card monte \n bob hummer \n al koran
2003
off the books
Karl Fulves

3Coin Monte

Inspired by

2003

Off The Books
(Issue 4)

59



gone fishin' \n date of coin chosen from several in handkerchief is divined \n eric mead \n michael weber \n gone fishin' \n eric mead \n michael weber
2003
connexions
Eric Mead, Michael Weber

Gone Fishin'

Also published here

2003

Connexions

7



three coin divination \n nickel, dime, penny and handful of change, some instructions given, divination about amount of change left in hand and coins on table \n yoshi akiyama \n harvey rosenthal
2004
latter day secrets
Yoshi Akiyama, Harvey Rosenthal

Three Coin Divination

2004

Latter Day Secrets
(Issue 9)

346



but there's more! \n "the 'coins and currency divination' revisited"
spectators take coins and bills while the performer is not looking, performer divines who holds what \n barrie richardson \n club 71, millennium 2000 \n "coins and currency divination" (barrie richardson, club 71, summer 1991) \n "dollars and (6th) cents" (stewart james, linking ring, oct. 1971) \n little jackpot coins \n barrie richardson
2005
act two
Barrie Richardson

But There's More!

Inspired by "Coins and Currency Divination" (Barrie Richardson, Club 71, Summer 1991)
 "Dollars and (6th) Cents" (Stewart James, Linking Ring, Oct. 1971)
Related toAlso published here

2005

Act Two

93



gone fishin' \n date of coin chosen from several in handkerchief is divined \n eric mead \n michael weber \n gone fishin' \n eric mead \n michael weber
2006
tangled web
Eric Mead, Michael Weber

Gone Fishin'

Also published here

2006

Tangled Web

211



drawing blanks \n penny, nickel, dime and quarter in matchbox, three coins removed and combined to form a number, fourth coin's value added, spectator lets performer know the number of digits, coins taken out are divined \n karl fulves
2006
prolix
Karl Fulves

Drawing Blanks

2006

Prolix
(Issue 1)

50



three covers and a nickel monte \n \n dai vernon \n mum, dec. 2001
2006
secrets of an escamoteur
Dai Vernon

Three Covers and a Nickel Monte

Also published here

2006

Secrets of an Escamoteur

27



dollars and (6th) sense \n three coins are pocketed by three spectators, performer divines them (uses bills instead of coins) \n stewart james \n the miracle divination  the problem of the three coins \n mahendra \n linking ring, oct 1971
2007
the essential stewart james
Stewart James

Dollars and (6th) Sense

Inspired byAlso published here

2007

The Essential Stewart James

159



cyberdice \n dealflipdropcut with deck and the throwing of coins, posed as a problem \n karl fulves
2008
xtra credit
Karl Fulves

CyberDice

2008

Xtra Credit
(Issue 1)

4



blind date \n divining date on borrowed coin \n fred robinson
2009
the magic of fred robinson
Fred Robinson

Blind Date

2009

The Magic of Fred Robinson

272



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

Inspired by

2010

Reinventing the Real

132



a mindreader's dream \n four boxes with a coin in each, exchanged according to instructions, performer then reveals contents of each box \n joe berg \n the berg variations \n karl fulves \n mel bennett notes \n mel bennett \n kf notes on berg's "dream" \n karl fulves
2011
xtra credit
Joe Berg

A Mindreader's Dream

Variations

2011

Xtra Credit
(Issue 9)

55



mel bennett notes \n using four coins with different dates on four cards instead \n mel bennett \n a mindreader's dream \n joe berg
2011
xtra credit
Mel Bennett

Mel Bennett Notes

Inspired by

2011

Xtra Credit
(Issue 9)

56



symbologic revisited \n coins with colored stickers, two sets of five, spectator matches colors unseen in two phases
 phase i  three matches
 phase ii  five matches \n barrie richardson \n hen fetsch's "symbologic" \n the magician, aug./sep. 2006
2011
curtain call
Barrie Richardson

Symbologic Revisited

Inspired by Hen Fetsch's "Symbologic"
Also published here The Magician, Aug./Sep. 2006

2011

Curtain Call

93



the miracle divination \n three coins are pocketed by three spectators, performer divines them, three object divination \n persi diaconis \n ron graham \n the miracle divination  the problem of the three coins \n mahendra \n ron's $1.96 trick \n ron graham
2012
magical mathematics
Persi Diaconis, Ron Graham

The Miracle Divination

Inspired byRelated to

2012

Magical Mathematics

105



ron's $1.96 trick \n miracle divination, four coins pocketed by four spectators, performer divines them all, four object divination \n ron graham \n the miracle divination \n persi diaconis \n ron graham
2012
magical mathematics
Ron Graham

Ron's $1.96 trick

Related to

2012

Magical Mathematics

108



the berg variations \n notes on the prop and procedure \n robert e. neale \n "mindreader's dream" (joe berg)
2012
prolix
Robert E. Neale

The Berg Variations

Inspired by "Mindreader's Dream" (Joe Berg)

2012

Prolix
(Issue 10)

670



coins \n determine the value of a thought of coin \n ben seward
2013
cog
Ben Seward

Coins

2013

Cog

39



making things right \n two rows of three coins are formed and coins exchanged according to diagram, afterwards the coins are paired, credit information \n michael weber \n joining the ladies \n paul curry
2015
making things right
Michael Weber

Making Things Right

Inspired by

2015

Making Things Right

4



three to one \n three purses, spectator choses one, content predicts choice \n so sato
2016
the secrets of so sato
So Sato

Three to One

2016

The Secrets of So Sato

60



die drei wünsche \n five coins taken from purse, odd coin is found, storytelling presentation, fairy tale \n christoph borer
2016
21
Christoph Borer

Die drei Wünsche

2016

21

195



icon redux \n "a multiphase mental coin routine"
 phase 1: spinning is everything (heads or tails predicted)
 phase 2: a penny for your thoughts (coin after elimination process predicted)
 phase 3: heads up (date on a chosen coin predicted)
 phase 4: eyecon (coin bends)
 phase 5: a supplementary continuation
 phase 6: folie à plusieurs
 afterthoughts
 further thoughts (incorporating yigal mesika's "electric touch")
 notes \n paul vigil
2019
icons
Paul Vigil

ICON Redux

2019

Icons

1



thurston's coin \n two rows of coins or other objects, some are removed, final number divined by performer \n jim steinmeyer
2020
curious impuzzibilities
Jim Steinmeyer

Thurston's Coin

2020

Curious Impuzzibilities

17



close quarters \n performed over phone, four coins on table, spectator turns coins over and eliminates coins, final outcome and orientation divined \n jim steinmeyer
2020
virtual impuzzibilities
Jim Steinmeyer

Close Quarters

2020

Virtual Impuzzibilities

6



crime doesn't pay \n three spectators on other end of phone, instruction game with bunch of coins, performer know which spectator has which coins \n jim steinmeyer \n adapted from a (not named by js...) trick from "the book of secrets" (walter gibson, 1927)
2020
virtual impuzzibilities
Jim Steinmeyer

Crime Doesn't Pay

Related to adapted from a (not named by JS...) trick from "The Book of Secrets" (Walter Gibson, 1927)

2020

Virtual Impuzzibilities

7



welcome change \n three piles of coin, some mixing, then number of coins in a pile is known by performer without looking \n jim steinmeyer \n the three heaps \n unknown
2020
virtual impuzzibilities
Jim Steinmeyer

Welcome Change

Inspired by

2020

Virtual Impuzzibilities

10



the mentalist \n prediction written on initialed coin, card chosen, wrong card is on coin which then changes into writing of correct one \n michael rubinstein \n at the table lecture, 2017
2020
rubinstein coin magic
Michael Rubinstein

The Mentalist

Also published here At the Table lecture, 2017

2020

Rubinstein Coin Magic

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