odd or even, or the mysterious addition\nrather 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

rather transparent math trick in which performer apparently knows whether the amount of coins selected is odd or even

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

The Capital Q

back-count force with counters/coins or cards, as divination with partial stack

the capital q\nback-count force with counters/coins or cards, as divination with partial stack\n unknown\nthe capital q\n unknown\nq-tip\nmichael weber\ncross roads\nkarl fulves\ntale of the q\ntony bartolotta
1890
more magic
Unknown

The Capital Q

back-count force with counters/coins or cards, as divination with partial stack

zu erraten, wieviel geldstücke eine person in ihrer hand hält\nspectator 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

spectator takes a number of coins and has to do calculations with that number, performer in the end divines the number of coins

das lesen mit den fingerspitzen\ncoin 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

coin marked, it is located by sense of touch by performer among other coins, temperature

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

Der gezeichnete Thaler

three coins tossed in handkerchief, marked one found by performer by sense of touch

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

Writing the Date of a Coin

guessing number on a coin, while writing it together with spectator, muscle reading and probability

coin divination\nno. 3, spectators put row of half dollars on table, performer divines date on every one, one ahead\njames j. moren
1920
ten new miscellaneous tricks James J. Moren

Coin Divination

No. 3, spectators put row of half dollars on table, performer divines date on every one, one ahead

another date-reading trick\nno. 4, coins collected in head, date announced and coin instantly removed with that date, repeated, coin rubbed with soap\ncharles t. jordan
1920
ten new miscellaneous tricks Charles T. Jordan

Another Date-Reading Trick

No. 4, coins collected in head, date announced and coin instantly removed with that date, repeated, coin rubbed with soap

double date\ndates of two borrowed coins divined, dates written into grid on a paper by spectator\ntom sellers\nanything squared\nkarl fulves
1931
magical pleasantries Tom Sellers

Double Date

dates of two borrowed coins divined, dates written into grid on a paper by spectator

one of those things\nage and number (amount of change) are divined after calculation\ncalvin cole\npocket presto\ncalvin cole\nkarl fulves
1935
the jinx 1-50 Calvin Cole

One of Those Things

age and number (amount of change) are divined after calculation

a thought reading trick\ntwo 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

two ways, first coin is discovered in correct hand and then under correct drawer of a matchbox

numismatigic\ncoin divination behind back, magnetism\nstewart james\npage 172 for improvement by e. j. oeinck\nthe knickel of kanadah\nl. vosburgh lyons
1936
the jinx 1-50 Stewart James

dates\nborrowed coins in hat, performer announces year and finds coin by touch, repeated, one ahead\ncharles t. jordan
1937
the jinx 1-50 Charles T. Jordan

Dates

borrowed coins in hat, performer announces year and finds coin by touch, repeated, one ahead

coin experiment\nthree spectators put a coin in an envelope, medium divines value, date and owner\ntheodore annemann\naudley walsh
1937
"en rapport" Theodore Annemann, Audley Walsh

Coin Experiment

three spectators put a coin in an envelope, medium divines value, date and owner

the miracle divination - the problem of the three coins\nthree coins are pocketed by three spectators, performer divines them\n mahendra\ndollars and (6th) sense\nstewart james\nthe miracle divination\npersi diaconis\nron graham
1938
greater magic Mahendra

The Miracle Divination - The Problem of the Three Coins

three coins are pocketed by three spectators, performer divines them

the coin dowser\ncoin is found with a dowsing rod in the dark\njames g. thompson jr.\nbruce elliott
1942
the phoenix 1-50 James G. Thompson Jr., Bruce Elliott

91¢ miracle\nthree 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\nwalter b. gibson\nkey chart to the 91¢ miracle\nl. vosburgh lyons
1943
the phoenix 1-50 Walter B. Gibson

91¢ Miracle

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

gold seal mystery\ncoins, objects and colors are chosen and predicted, in an envelope and the coin in a box and inside wool\nwalter b. gibson\nbruce elliott
1944
the phoenix 51-100 Walter B. Gibson, Bruce Elliott

Gold Seal Mystery

coins, objects and colors are chosen and predicted, in an envelope and the coin in a box and inside wool

coin location\ncoin 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

coin in hand hold to forehead and then hold next to the other hand, hand with object is located

the 'snappy' thirteen cent trick\ntwo 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\nbob hummer\nthe 'snappy' thirteen cent trick\nbob hummer
1945
3 pets Bob Hummer

The 'snappy' Thirteen Cent Trick

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

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

Pennies, Nickels and Dimes

two spectators remove a handful of coins from a bag with pennies, nickels and dimes, performer divines the exact amount of each

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

Date Divination

assistant collects several different coins in an envelope, all dates are divined, clever subtlety

the nickle and penny\nspectator 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\nu. f. grant
1948
grant's inner circle magazine U. F. Grant

The Nickle and Penny

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

lady luck\nmultiple prediction, coins heads and tales, sum of thrown dice and selected card, tossed out deck\nu. f. grant\nfate\nbruce elliott
1949
the phoenix 151-200 U. F. Grant

Lady Luck

multiple prediction, coins heads and tales, sum of thrown dice and selected card, tossed out deck

a penny for your thoughts!\nperformer is blindfolded divines date of a coin and two selected words from a dictionary\nhoward a. adams
1949
the phoenix 151-200 Howard A. Adams

A Penny For Your Thoughts!

performer is blindfolded divines date of a coin and two selected words from a dictionary

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

Coin-Ception

three coins taped onto cardboard by spectator, put in envelope and then thumb tacked on wall, performer divines order of coins, gravity/balance

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

Jack in the Box

triple prediction, selected color, number on penny and card on top of the deck

under-hand coin\nspectator 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\ngerald kosky\ncall it a puzzle\nl. vosburgh lyons\na coin tipp\nmilton tropp\nthe 'snappy' thirteen cent trick\nbob hummer
1952
the phoenix 251 — 300 Gerald Kosky

Under-Hand Coin

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

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

Which Hand?

Divine which hand holds dime and which hand holds penny

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

Heath's Variation

Which Hand, divine which hand holds nickel and which hand holds penny

heads or tails?\ndetermine 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\nwalter b. gibson
1956
mathematics, magic and mystery
Unknown, Walter B. Gibson

Heads or Tails?

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

(4) a debt repaid\nspectator 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\ntony corinda
1958
pencil, lip, sound, touch and muscle reading Tony Corinda

(4) A Debt Repaid

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

(7) corinda's "money box"\ncoins in box are removed, performer names amount and dates on the coins, electronic version\ntony corinda\nprecoinition\nphilip t. goldstein\ncashseer\nthomas alan waters
1958
blindfolds & x-ray eyes Tony Corinda

(7) Corinda's "Money Box"

coins in box are removed, performer names amount and dates on the coins, electronic version

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

A Date with a Coin

coin is selected, when top four cards are dealt, numbers match the date of the coin

ten silver dollar\nbank night with one marked coin among several, coin in sock spectator has to select one by one\nernest w. brady
1961
the new phoenix 351-400 Ernest W. Brady

Ten Silver Dollar

bank night with one marked coin among several, coin in sock spectator has to select one by one

penceforth or a date with a mint mark\npicking out a coin of a certain date from a bag full of coins\nernest w. brady
1961
the new phoenix 351-400 Ernest W. Brady

Penceforth or A Date with a Mint Mark

picking out a coin of a certain date from a bag full of coins

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

5c for your Thoughts

spectator spins coin multiple times, performer knows what side showed up how many times

x-ray coins\nrevelation of the dates on coins, when putting one reversed on the hand and watching through a napkin tube\narthur setterington
1967
stranger mysteries Arthur Setterington

X-Ray Coins

revelation of the dates on coins, when putting one reversed on the hand and watching through a napkin tube

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

The Babbling Coins

four thoughts are directed to four coins (as well as noted on a pad), medium divines four thoughts, carbon

dates\nthree spectators with coins, a fourth coin is introduced and each spectator finally selects one, dates divined\npeter brooke\n"hofzinser variation" (karl fulves, abra #1205)
1970
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Peter Brooke

Dates

three spectators with coins, a fourth coin is introduced and each spectator finally selects one, dates divined

coin problem\nany coin placed in matchbox, performer divines the type of coin, posed as problem, "exotic methods like radioactive daub are to be shunned."\nj. w. sarles
1973
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 J. W. Sarles

Coin Problem

any coin placed in matchbox, performer divines the type of coin, posed as problem, "Exotic methods like radioactive daub are to be shunned."

a penny for your thoughts\nafter some changes (written directions) the order of four coins and a rolled up bill is named\npaul curry\nmatch miracle\njack yates\nmathematical 3-card monte\nkarl fulves\nein pfennig für ihre gedanken\nbob driebeek\na penny for your thoughts\npaul curry\ndie ballydesmond polka\nalexander de cova\npaul curry\ntell monte (rescripted)\njohn hostler
1974
paul curry presents Paul Curry

A Penny For Your Thoughts

after some changes (written directions) the order of four coins and a rolled up bill is named

sleight of crime\nfour 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\nkarl fulves
1974
close-up mental magic Karl Fulves

Sleight of Crime

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

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

Destiny's Date!

five dimes, one is chosen and date predicted on business card

festive fun\na 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\nalex elmsley\ntony faro\ned schuman
1975
pabular
Unknown, Alex Elmsley, Tony Faro, Ed Schuman

Festive Fun

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

coins in plastic bags\nspectator distributes coins to plastic bags, distribution predicted\nlubor fiedler
1975
another close-up cavalcade Lubor Fiedler

Coins in Plastic Bags

spectator distributes coins to plastic bags, distribution predicted

coin divination\nthree nickels, three pennies, three cards (two, six, ten), spectator arranges coins in some way under cards, performer divines layout\nronald b. edwards\ndivination\nronald b. edwards
1975
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Ronald B. Edwards

Coin Divination

three nickels, three pennies, three cards (Two, Six, Ten), spectator arranges coins in some way under cards, performer divines layout

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\nkarl fulves\nmurder, inc.\nkarl fulves\nit's murder\nbob hummer\nmillion-dollar mystery\nbob hummer\n unknown
1975
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Karl Fulves

The 12¢ Solution

"Math Trix"
twelve pennies, two dice, pocket watch, dice total divined along with dates on chosen coin and setting on watch

16c mental x-per-a-ment\nthree coins in a cup, turned over and only one drops out, repeated\ntom fitzgerald
1975
the compleat magick — volume ii Tom Fitzgerald

16c Mental X-per-a-ment

three coins in a cup, turned over and only one drops out, repeated

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

81-Cent Mystery

cards with numbers, one is selected, prediction in form of coins

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

parity coin\ncoins on table, spectator can turn several coins over and covers one, performer divines if head or tails is up\ntieneblas \ncall it a puzzle\nl. vosburgh lyons\nheads or tails\nkarl fulves
1975
the compleat magick — volume ii Tieneblas

Parity Coin

coins on table, spectator can turn several coins over and covers one, performer divines if head or tails is up

envelope switch\nprediction of coin in envelope, envelope to switch coin\nvic perry\nal koran
1975
the compleat magick — volume ii Vic Perry, Al Koran

Envelope Switch

prediction of coin in envelope, envelope to switch coin

sense of touch perfected\nbag made from handkerchief, different coins are divined and date on last coin\nhorace e. bennett\nwanderful\nhoward schwarzman\nsense of touch\ndon nielson
1975
bennett's best Horace E. Bennett

Sense of Touch Perfected

bag made from handkerchief, different coins are divined and date on last coin

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

Cash Match

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

date sense\ncoins in handkerchief, one with specific date is found, several versions\nclayton rawson\nwalter b. gibson\njerry ross
1976
the compleat magick — volume ii Clayton Rawson, Walter B. Gibson, Jerry Ross

Date Sense

coins in handkerchief, one with specific date is found, several versions

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

Devil Coin

several coins in handkerchief, date of selected coin is divined

double mental test\none of four coins chosen, number formed by adding card values, both predicted in wallet, originally in linking ring (feb. 1971), two methods\njerry mentzer\ndouble mental test\njerry mentzer
1977
close-up cavalcade finale Jerry Mentzer

Double Mental Test

one of four coins chosen, number formed by adding card values, both predicted in wallet, originally in Linking Ring (Feb. 1971), two methods

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

Stuck!

two numbered envelopes, change as prediction matches change from spectator

heads-up\ncoins are dropped and all heads-up coins eliminated until one remains, prediction of date\nmarcello truzzi\npsi-touch\nmax abrams\nsimply mental\njack parker\ndouble face force\nmarcello truzzi\nmichael weber
1977
the compleat magick — volume ii Marcello Truzzi

Heads-Up

coins are dropped and all heads-up coins eliminated until one remains, prediction of date

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

Change in Mind

"as many pennies as you have, plus three more, plus enough left over...", trick that fooled Einstein with coins

heads or tails\ncoins on table, spectator can turn several coins over and covers one, performer divines if head or tails is up\nkarl fulves\ncall it a puzzle\nl. vosburgh lyons\nparity coin\ntieneblas
1977
the magic book Karl Fulves

Heads or Tails

coins on table, spectator can turn several coins over and covers one, performer divines if head or tails is up

money mental\nthree 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\nkarl fulves
1977
the magic book Karl Fulves

Money Mental

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

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

The 35 Millimiracle II

five film capsules, marked coin is placed in one and found by performer

psi-touch\ntwo prediction of chosen coin and last coin tails-up, prediction of date\nmax abrams\nheads-up\nmarcello truzzi
1978
the compleat magick — volume iii Max Abrams

Psi-Touch

two prediction of chosen coin and last coin tails-up, prediction of date

tri-level esp\npresentation of telepathy (card), clairvoyance (amount of coins) and precognition (date of coin)\nrobert schwarz
1978
the compleat magick — volume iii Robert Schwarz

Tri-Level ESP

presentation of telepathy (card), clairvoyance (amount of coins) and precognition (date of coin)

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

91 Sense

five coins, spectator places any 4 in his hand and performer announces total, using code and confederate

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

Heads or Tails

invisible coin, prediction of heads or tails in envelope

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

The Mating Game

two sets of envelopes containing coins with different dates, matching routine

second sight\nfour coin purses with four coins with different dates, correctly allocated by performer\nlarry becker\ncoin experiment\ntheodore annemann\naudley walsh\nvolition\ntheodore annemann
1979
the best of larry becker's world of super mentalism book ii Larry Becker

Second Sight

four coin purses with four coins with different dates, correctly allocated by performer

replica\nno. 25, four coins on table, one chosen and put in envelope, it duplicates in envelope, equivoque with written instructions\nkarl fulves
1979
self-working mental magic Karl Fulves

Replica

No. 25, four coins on table, one chosen and put in envelope, it duplicates in envelope, equivoque with written instructions

the 'snappy' thirteen cent trick\ntwo 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\nbob hummer\ncall it a puzzle\nl. vosburgh lyons\nthe 'snappy' thirteen cent trick\nbob hummer\nunder-hand coin\ngerald kosky
1980
bob hummer's collected secrets Bob Hummer

The 'Snappy' Thirteen Cent Trick

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

hat or rabbit\nno. 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\nkarl fulves\nmartin gardner\nhalf doz. glasses\nkarl fulves
1980
the children's magic kit Karl Fulves, Martin Gardner

Hat or Rabbit

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

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

The 41c Miracle

envelopes with different amounts of change, prediction of selected envelope

the coins from the pocket\nspectator 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\nal mann
1981
the "h" factor Al Mann

The Coins from the Pocket

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

million-dollar mystery\nno. 9, twelve coins on table, spectator can remove some and coins with heads and tales up are divined, blindfolded\nbob hummer\n unknown\nthe 12¢ solution\nkarl fulves\ntime will tell\nbob hummer\njack yates
1981
self-working table magic Bob Hummer, Unknown

Million-Dollar Mystery

No. 9, twelve coins on table, spectator can remove some and coins with heads and tales up are divined, blindfolded

left-handed thoughts\nno. 45, different coin in each hand, spectator does quick mental calculation and performer is able to name the result\nkarl fulves\nroyal vale heath
1981
self-working table magic Karl Fulves, Royal Vale Heath

Left-Handed Thoughts

No. 45, different coin in each hand, spectator does quick mental calculation and performer is able to name the result

and counting\nfurther thoughts on card counting, also with non-card items like divining date on removed coin from pile\nkarl fulves
1982
card counting Karl Fulves

And Counting

further thoughts on card counting, also with non-card items like divining date on removed coin from pile

optionail\nthree spectator's count their change, name and amount of the one who has the most is predicted, other applications of the principle\nthomas alan waters\nsam dalal's "magical musings" in "swami" vol. 3, no. 30.\ncon-test\nphilip t. goldstein
1982
mind, myth & magick Thomas Alan Waters

Optionail

three spectator's count their change, name and amount of the one who has the most is predicted, other applications of the principle

Inspired by

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

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

Curvature

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

spondulics plus mentalism\nthree different coins in the hand, spectator selects one, that or the other coins vanish\nstephen tucker\nsubir kumar dhar
1985
pabular Stephen Tucker, Subir Kumar Dhar

Spondulics Plus Mentalism

three different coins in the hand, spectator selects one, that or the other coins vanish

divination\nno. 73, three nickels, three pennies, three cards (two, six, ten), spectator arranges coins in some way under cards, performer divines layout\nronald b. edwards\ncoin divination\nronald b. edwards
1989
self-working coin magic Ronald B. Edwards

Divination

No. 73, three nickels, three pennies, three cards (Two, Six, Ten), spectator arranges coins in some way under cards, performer divines layout

time will tell\nno. 74, twelve coins on table in circle layout, spectator removes six coins, some head/tail matching\nbob hummer\njack yates\nmillion-dollar mystery\nbob hummer\n unknown
1989
self-working coin magic Bob Hummer, Jack Yates

Time Will Tell

No. 74, twelve coins on table in circle layout, spectator removes six coins, some head/tail matching

take one\nno. 75, three different coins on table, three spectators each take a coin, performer finds out who has which\nal koran
1989
self-working coin magic Al Koran

Take One

No. 75, three different coins on table, three spectators each take a coin, performer finds out who has which

metalogic\nno. 77, four coins, each represents a president, one chosen and divined\nedward bagshawe\nsam schwartz\nkarl fulves
1989
self-working coin magic Edward Bagshawe, Sam Schwartz, Karl Fulves

Metalogic

No. 77, four coins, each represents a president, one chosen and divined

smart money\nno. 92, calculation with date on any coin with result in number nine, this book is a force-book with "of" as every ninth word at the start of each chapter\nkarl fulves
1989
self-working coin magic Karl Fulves

Smart Money

No. 92, calculation with date on any coin with result in number nine, this book is a force-book with "of" as every ninth word at the start of each chapter

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

Destination Unknown

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

eine neue räucher-blech-routine\ntwo baking trays are blackened with soot, a coin is placed in between and suddenly date of coin appears written in soot\nalan shaxon
1994
alan shaxon lecture Alan Shaxon

Eine neue Räucher-Blech-Routine

two baking trays are blackened with soot, a coin is placed in between and suddenly date of coin appears written in soot

behind closed doors\nno. 44, four or five coins in envelope given to medium in other room who divines the chosen coin\nkarl fulves\nbehind closed doors ii\nkarl fulves
1995
easy magic Karl Fulves

Behind Closed Doors

No. 44, four or five coins in envelope given to medium in other room who divines the chosen coin

behind closed doors ii\nno. 45, four or five coins in envelope given to medium in other room who divines the chosen coin, second method\nkarl fulves\nbehind closed doors\nkarl fulves
1995
easy magic Karl Fulves

Behind Closed Doors II

No. 45, four or five coins in envelope given to medium in other room who divines the chosen coin, second method

by george, he got it!\nno. 53, quarter folded into bill by spectator, date of coin and serial number of bill divined by performer behind back\nkarl fulves
1995
easy magic Karl Fulves

By George, He Got It!

No. 53, quarter folded into bill by spectator, date of coin and serial number of bill divined by performer behind back

pocket presto\nno. 58, spectator counts his change and puts one coin into pocket, amount of change divined after some calculations\ncalvin cole\nkarl fulves\none of those things\ncalvin cole
1995
easy magic Calvin Cole, Karl Fulves

Pocket Presto

No. 58, spectator counts his change and puts one coin into pocket, amount of change divined after some calculations

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

Changeling

named number is predicted with the exact amount of coins under business card

ein pfennig für ihre gedanken\nboard with six slots, coins are arranged after instructions\nbob driebeek\na penny for your thoughts\npaul curry
1996
aenigmas rätsel Bob Driebeek

Ein Pfennig für Ihre Gedanken

board with six slots, coins are arranged after instructions

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

Second Sight

comedy triple prediction, heads or tails, total of numbers from date of the coin and a card, three envelopes

Inspired by

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

coin ruse\napparently coin is taken from a handful of change from spectator, coin force\n unknown
1997
l.i.n.t. - pocket stuff for close-up magicians
Unknown

Coin Ruse

apparently coin is taken from a handful of change from spectator, coin force

against all odds\nspectator names amount of change in envelope, with variations\nsteve beam\nchris "doc" dixon's "change of mind"\nremote viewing\nrajneesh madhok\nagainst all odds\nsteve beam
1997
the trapdoor — volume three Steve Beam

Against All Odds

spectator names amount of change in envelope, with variations

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

Heads? Or Tails?

divination of heads or tails after instruction game, with fortunetelling fish

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

penny for your thoughts\npenny chosen from a glass of pennies, magician can tell the date on the penny\ndavid regal
1999
close-up & personal David Regal

Penny For Your Thoughts

Penny chosen from a glass of pennies, magician can tell the date on the penny

the man with the x-ray eyes\nfour coins placed between two large slabs of marble. any coin is secretly removed, the magician can tell which coin is removed\ndavid regal
1999
close-up & personal David Regal

The Man With The X-Ray Eyes

Four coins placed between two large slabs of marble. Any coin is secretly removed, the magician can tell which coin is removed

mathematical 3-cup monte\nidea with three styrofoam cups\nkarl fulves\nsuspend a cup\nmartin gardner\ncheap zombie\nmartin gardner
1999
underworld Karl Fulves

mark down ii\nfour 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\ntony bartolotta\nkarl fulves
2000
latter day secrets Tony Bartolotta, Karl Fulves

Mark Down II

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

a penny for your thoughts\nafter some changes (written directions) the order of four coins and a rolled up bill is named\npaul curry\na penny for your thoughts\npaul curry\nmathematical 3-card monte\nkarl fulves
2001
paul curry's worlds beyond Paul Curry

A Penny for Your Thoughts

after some changes (written directions) the order of four coins and a rolled up bill is named

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

Bulgarian Solitaire

four coin piles with one, two, three and four coins, coins moved around, outcome predicted, card application posed as a problem

Related to

August 1983 column "Mathematical Games" (Martin Gardner)

against all odds\nspectator names amount of change in envelope, with variations\nsteve beam\nagainst all odds\nsteve beam
2001
hand-picked card tricks Steve Beam

Against All Odds

spectator names amount of change in envelope, with variations

steve's nothing-to-do-with-canning's-idea prediction\nnumber is formed by simple arithmetics and predicted with a coin\nsteve beam
2002
semi-automatic card tricks — volume 4 Steve Beam

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

Psychic Silver

Magician predicts coin that spectator will take out with three other coins in the family, surprise ending of all the coins' dates matching

3-coin monte\nthree cards and three coins, spectator moves cards around, performer places coins on cards which he thinks match the value of the coins via instructions\nkarl fulves\nmathematical 3 card monte\nbob hummer\nal koran
2003
off the books Karl Fulves

3-Coin Monte

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

gone fishin'\ndate of coin chosen from several in handkerchief is divined\neric mead\nmichael weber\ngone fishin'\neric mead\nmichael weber
2003
connexions Eric Mead, Michael Weber

Gone Fishin'

date of coin chosen from several in handkerchief is divined

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

Three Coin Divination

nickel, dime, penny and handful of change, some instructions given, divination about amount of change left in hand and coins on table

gone fishin'\ndate of coin chosen from several in handkerchief is divined\neric mead\nmichael weber\ngone fishin'\neric mead\nmichael weber
2006
tangled web Eric Mead, Michael Weber

Gone Fishin'

date of coin chosen from several in handkerchief is divined

drawing blanks\npenny, 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\nkarl fulves
2006
prolix Karl Fulves

Drawing Blanks

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

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

Dollars and (6th) Sense

Three coins are pocketed by three spectators, performer divines them (uses bills instead of coins)

nine & three\nspectator thinks of copper or silver coin, performer knows it, repeated, last phase is dai vernon's "the challenge" with coins\ntyler wilson\nthe challenge\ndai 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

a mindreader's dream\nfour boxes with a coin in each, exchanged according to instructions, performer then reveals contents of each box\njoe berg\nmel bennett notes\nmel bennett\nkf notes on berg's "dream"\nkarl fulves\nthe berg variations\nkarl fulves
2011
xtra credit Joe Berg

A Mindreader's Dream

four boxes with a coin in each, exchanged according to instructions, performer then reveals contents of each box

mel bennett notes\nusing four coins with different dates on four cards instead\nmel bennett\na mindreader's dream\njoe berg
2011
xtra credit Mel Bennett

Mel Bennett Notes

using four coins with different dates on four cards instead

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

The Miracle Divination

three coins are pocketed by three spectators, performer divines them, three object divination

ron's $1.96 trick\nmiracle divination, four coins pocketed by four spectators, performer divines them all, four object divination\nron graham\nthe miracle divination\npersi diaconis\nron graham
2012
magical mathematics Ron Graham

Ron's $1.96 trick

Miracle Divination, four coins pocketed by four spectators, performer divines them all, four object divination

making things right\ntwo rows of three coins are formed and coins exchanged according to diagram, afterwards the coins are paired, credit information\nmichael weber\njoining the ladies\npaul curry
2015
making things right Michael Weber

Making Things Right

two rows of three coins are formed and coins exchanged according to diagram, afterwards the coins are paired, credit information

icon redux\n"a multi-phase 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: eye-con (coin bends)
- phase 5: a supplementary continuation
- phase 6: folie à plusieurs
- afterthoughts
- further thoughts (incorporating yigal mesika's "electric touch")
- notes\npaul vigil
2019
icons Paul Vigil

ICON Redux

"A Multi-Phase 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: Eye-Con (coin bends)

Phase 5: A Supplementary Continuation

Phase 6: Folie à Plusieurs

Afterthoughts

Further Thoughts (incorporating Yigal Mesika's "Electric Touch")