14 entries in Ring / Finger Rings / Transposition
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Tony Cole Inversion inverted glass with ring inside covered with paper tube, rice poured in, rice and ring transpose
Related to
  • p. 88 for further comments
The Pallbearers Review Vol. 1-4 (Vol. 2 No. 3) 73
Bob Driebeek On Slow Motion Ring Release ideas
Inspired by Pabular (Vol. 1 No. 6) 75
Dick Koornwinder extra!!! two finger rings transpose
Diverting Kreations 8
Steve Dusheck A Routine for Walkoff spectator's ring knotted on rope transposes with performer's, with Himber Ring
Magic with Finger Rings 41
Karl Fulves Reactor Ring No. 3, ring trapped in handkerchief with ring, corners pulled and suddenly coin is on top and ring falls down (transposition), posed as a problem
Related to S-C — Contemporary Money Magic (Issue 4) 61
Jay Sankey Monty Hall Goes Close-up borrowed ring in one hand transposes with four coins in coin box
Variations Magical Arts Journal (Vol. 1 No. 10) 1
Dai Vernon On your Metal fingerring and coin both in handkerchiefs
The Vernon Chronicles — Volume 3 123
David Acer Transposition Ring Flight borrowed finger ring put in coin purse, it changes into key, ring now on hook in key case
Related toAlso published here Natural Selections 60
Paul Harris Putty Buddy's Pal ring and coin are pressed into silly putty heaps, change places
The Art of Astonishment - Book 2 (Issue New Stuff) 35
Richard Sanders Ringworm Knot on rope visually changes into a finger ring, coin purse (where ring was previously) shown to contain the knot
Random Acts of Magic 212
Michael Powers Ring Transpo ring on string transposes with ring on performer's finger
Power Plays 220
Tom Stone, Jay Sankey Monty Walks Again four coins in coin box transpose with finger ring on string
Inspired by Vortex 23
David Acer Transposition Ring Flite borrowed finger ring put in coin purse, it changes into key, ring now on hook in key case
Also published here More Power to You 43
Tomas Blomberg Magic Lesson six-phase routine where a rubber band and a borrowed ring are linked and unlinked several times. When the ring is going to be handed back to its owner, it changes places with the rubber band
Inspired byRelated to
  • "Pinnacle" (Russ Niedzwiecki DVD, 2005)
Blomberg Laboratories 25