to conveie monie out of one of your hands into the other by legierdemaine \n coin travels from hand to hand after false transfer, tapped with knife for sound illusion ("for both the eare and the eie is deceived by this devise") \n unknown \n how to convey money out of one of your hands into the other by legerdemaine \n unknown \n money talks \n david williamson \n fake beat move (フェイク・ビート・ムーブ) \n tomoya horiki
1584
the discoverie of witchcraft
Unknown

To conveie monie out of one of your hands into the other by legierdemaine

coin travels from hand to hand after false transfer, tapped with knife for sound illusion ("for both the eare and the eie is deceived by this devise")

to put one testor into one hand, and an other into the other hand, and with words to bring them togither \n \n unknown
1584
the discoverie of witchcraft
Unknown

To put one testor into one hand, and an other into the other hand, and with words to bring them togither

to put one testor into a strangers hand, and another into your owne, and to conveie both into the strangers hand with words \n "double lift" with coins, double put into spectator's hand (sponge ball trick with coins) \n unknown \n how to deliver to one man one sixpence, and to another another sixpence, and to make both the testors come into one mans hand \n unknown
1584
the discoverie of witchcraft
Unknown

To put one testor into a strangers hand, and another into your owne, and to conveie both into the strangers hand with words

"double lift" with coins, double put into spectator's hand (sponge ball trick with coins)

to conveie a testor out of ones hand that holdeth it fast \n coin pressed into spectator's hand vanishes, and reappears with coin in performer's or another spectator's hand \n unknown \n how to seeme to blow a sixe pence out of another mans hand \n unknown
1584
the discoverie of witchcraft
Unknown

To conveie a testor out of ones hand that holdeth it fast

coin pressed into spectator's hand vanishes, and reappears with coin in performer's or another spectator's hand

how to convey money out of one of your hands into the other by legerdemaine \n coin travels from hand to hand after false transfer, tapped with knife for sound illusion \n unknown \n to conveie monie out of one of your hands into the other by legierdemaine \n unknown
1634
the art of legerdemain discovered
Unknown

How to convey money out of one of your hands into the other by Legerdemaine

coin travels from hand to hand after false transfer, tapped with knife for sound illusion

how to seeme to blow a sixe pence out of another mans hand \n coin pressed into spectator's hand vanishes, and reappears at sleeve \n unknown \n to conveie a testor out of ones hand that holdeth it fast \n unknown
1634
the art of legerdemain discovered
Unknown

How to seeme to blow a sixe pence out of another mans hand

coin pressed into spectator's hand vanishes, and reappears at sleeve

how to deliver to one man one sixpence, and to another another sixpence, and to make both the testors come into one mans hand \n "double lift" with coins, double put into spectator's hand (sponge ball trick with coins), coin stolen from palm of another spectator with sticky fingers \n unknown \n to put one testor into a strangers hand, and another into your owne, and to conveie both into the strangers hand with words \n unknown
1634
the art of legerdemain discovered
Unknown

How to deliver to one man one sixpence, and to another another sixpence, and to make both the testors come into one mans hand

"double lift" with coins, double put into spectator's hand (sponge ball trick with coins), coin stolen from palm of another spectator with sticky fingers

the flying money \n to make a coin pass invisibly from the one hand to the other, and finally through the table, using penny stuck with wax under the table \n unknown
1876
modern magic
Unknown

The Flying Money

To make a Coin pass invisibly from the one hand to the other, and finally through the Table, using penny stuck with wax under the table

the multiplication of money \n coins are borrowed and multiplied, with or without coin tray \n unknown \n the multiplication of money \n joseph michael hartz
1876
modern magic
Unknown

The Multiplication of Money

coins are borrowed and multiplied, with or without coin tray

the eight coins and two brass covers \n four borrowed coins each under two brass covers, coins travel from one pile to the other, two shells, also done in hands of spectator without covers \n professor hoffmann
1890
more magic Professor Hoffmann

The eight Coins and two Brass Covers

four borrowed coins each under two brass covers, coins travel from one pile to the other, two shells, also done in hands of spectator without covers

die thalerwanderung \n second part of description, including the traveling of a coin into the spectator's hand \n unknown \n die thalerwanderung \n unknown
1895
die zauberwelt
Unknown

Die Thalerwanderung

second part of description, including the traveling of a coin into the spectator's hand

die unsichtbare wanderung eines thalers \n borrowed marked coin vanishes from hand of spectator and reappears in another spectator's pocket, attachable hook gimmick \n unknown
1895
die zauberwelt
Unknown

Die unsichtbare Wanderung eines Thalers

borrowed marked coin vanishes from hand of spectator and reappears in another spectator's pocket, attachable hook gimmick

die münzenwanderung \n eighteen coins borrowed and put in spectator's hand, additional coins travel into the hand \n unknown
1897
die zauberwelt
Unknown

Die Münzenwanderung

eighteen coins borrowed and put in spectator's hand, additional coins travel into the hand

das fliegende geldstück \n both hands palm-up, coin on right fingers, both hands turned over and coin secretly tossed under left hand, in effect it travels to left hand \n unknown
1897
der zauberspiegel
Unknown

Das fliegende Geldstück

both hands palm-up, coin on right fingers, both hands turned over and coin secretly tossed under left hand, in effect it travels to left hand

die thalerwanderung \n three coins in each hand, they travel from hand to hand one by one, last one in hand of spectator, one ahead with extra coin \n unknown
1898
die zauberwelt
Unknown

Die Thalerwanderung

three coins in each hand, they travel from hand to hand one by one, last one in hand of spectator, one ahead with extra coin

v. kunststück mit zwei münzen \n two coins, they travel from hand to hand in various combinations \n t. nelson downs
1900
die zauberwelt T. Nelson Downs

V. Kunststück mit zwei Münzen

two coins, they travel from hand to hand in various combinations

the flying coin \n marked coin travels from hand to hand to second coin and through table, then same with four coins, glass under table for last phase \n unknown
1935
coin magic
Unknown

The Flying Coin

marked coin travels from hand to hand to second coin and through table, then same with four coins, glass under table for last phase

travelling coins \n first coin travels from hand to hand then effect is repeated with four coins, hands turned over on table \n unknown
1935
coin magic
Unknown

Travelling Coins

first coin travels from hand to hand then effect is repeated with four coins, hands turned over on table

"here's your change---?" \n coin through knees, changes into small coins \n lu brent \n the quick change artist \n laurie ireland
1936
the jinx 1-50 Lu Brent

using the sleeves \n coin travels from hand to hand, two methods \n t.j. crawford \n down the sleeve in deep backclip \n david roth
1938
greater magic T.J. Crawford

a "passing" coin interlude \n four coins in each hand, travel into one hand one by one \n louis tannen
1939
the magic annual for 1938 and 1939 Louis Tannen

A "Passing" Coin Interlude

four coins in each hand, travel into one hand one by one

winged silver \n three silver coins in one hand, three gold coins in other hand, silver travels across \n dai vernon \n winged silver \n albert goshman \n backfire eagles \n john riggs
1941/49
select secrets Dai Vernon

Winged Silver

three silver coins in one hand, three gold coins in other hand, silver travels across

money is made to go \n coin tossed towards left fist, vanishes and is found in fist, repeated with four more coins, last to spectator's hand \n eddie joseph
1942
coin and money magic Eddie Joseph

Money is Made to Go

coin tossed towards left fist, vanishes and is found in fist, repeated with four more coins, last to spectator's hand

to pass four coins from hand to hand through your head, one at a time \n \n arthur h. buckley \n "invisible transfer of a coin from hand to hand when the spectators have been forewarned" (gaultier, magic without apparatus, p. 104)
1948
principles and deceptions Arthur H. Buckley

To Pass Four Coins from Hand to Hand through your Head, One at a Time

Related to

"Invisible Transfer of a Coin from Hand to Hand when the spectators have been Forewarned" (Gaultier, Magic Without Apparatus, p. 104)

the french drop and the eye glass \n coin travels to other hand, coin temporarily in eye \n arthur h. buckley
1948
principles and deceptions Arthur H. Buckley

The French Drop and the Eye Glass

coin travels to other hand, coin temporarily in eye

the steal \n coins in hand, one stolen from heel of hand with other hand, done five times in a row \n cardini \n the steal \n arthur h. buckley
1948
principles and deceptions Cardini

The Steal

coins in hand, one stolen from heel of hand with other hand, done five times in a row

an invisible journey (improved) \n two coins in each hand with odd coin, han ping chien \n arthur h. buckley
1948
principles and deceptions Arthur H. Buckley

An Invisible Journey (Improved)

two coins in each hand with odd coin, han ping chien

the lynn pennies \n seven coins counted into spectator's hand, one magically removed, repeated twice \n terry lynn \n the seven penny trick \n terry lynn
1948
principles and deceptions Terry Lynn

The Lynn Pennies

seven coins counted into spectator's hand, one magically removed, repeated twice

rising coin and climax \n coin travels from hand to hand, then vanishes from silk, full wine glass appears \n bill simon
1949
controlled miracles Bill Simon

Rising Coin and Climax

coin travels from hand to hand, then vanishes from silk, full wine glass appears

an impromptu \n a coin travels to a second coin, a third coin is pulled through the cloth of the trousers \n al leech
1952
manipulating with leech Al Leech

An Impromptu

a coin travels to a second coin, a third coin is pulled through the cloth of the trousers

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

spectator guesses in which hand the performer hides a coin, six phases

the curious nickel \n coin travels from hand to hand, appears and vanishes with the aid of a rabbit foot \n thomas h. bearden
1952
modern coin magic Thomas H. Bearden

The Curious Nickel

coin travels from hand to hand, appears and vanishes with the aid of a rabbit foot

the flying eagles \n three coins in the left join three coins in the right one by one \n unknown \n flying eagles \n harvey telmar
1952
modern coin magic
Unknown

The Flying Eagles

three coins in the left join three coins in the right one by one

frank drobina's coin routine \n five small coins from hand to hand, five phases, in spectator's pocket and with marked coin
\n frank drobina
1952
modern coin magic Frank Drobina

Frank Drobina's Coin Routine

five small coins from hand to hand, five phases, in spectator's pocket and with marked coin

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

The Inferior Coin

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

flight three \n three marked coins travel to a pile of ten coins a spectator is holding, coin tray \n glenn harrison
1952
modern coin magic Glenn Harrison

Flight Three

three marked coins travel to a pile of ten coins a spectator is holding, coin tray

jet transporation \n three coins in each hand, coins travel from left to right hand \n bobby bernard \n jet transposition \n bobby bernard
1953
"come a little closer..." Bobby Bernard

Jet Transporation

Three coins in each hand, coins travel from left to right hand

routine for leipzig's two coin routine \n one coin in each hand, one travels across \n charlie miller \n nate leipzig
1961
the magic of charles earle miller Charlie Miller, Nate Leipzig

stand-up coin opener \n two coins in left hand, one travels to right and is put in pocket, then travels back \n royal h. brin, jr.
1966
the new modern coin magic Royal H. Brin, Jr.

Stand-Up Coin Opener

two coins in left hand, one travels to right and is put in pocket, then travels back

the seven penny trick \n seven coins counted into spectator's hand, one magically removed, repeated twice \n terry lynn \n penny-tration \n harry baker \n the lynn pennies \n terry lynn \n the magnificent seven \n harry lorayne \n coin through spectator's hand \n michael weber \n terry lynn \n zeit ist geld \n manuel muerte \n sevin \n michael weber \n terry lynn \n voodoo coins \n michael weber \n the polite pickpocket \n carisa hendrix
1966
the new modern coin magic Terry Lynn

The Seven Penny Trick

seven coins counted into spectator's hand, one magically removed, repeated twice

the runaway coin \n ten coins counted into spectator's hand, one travels to performer \n john giordmaine
1966
the new modern coin magic John Giordmaine

The Runaway Coin

ten coins counted into spectator's hand, one travels to performer

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

Coins From Hand To Hand

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

perambulating coins \n various travels and hand penetration with penny and nickle, using gimmick with penny/nickle glued together \n dan tong
1969
hex! Dan Tong

Perambulating Coins

various travels and hand penetration with penny and nickle, using gimmick with penny/nickle glued together

coins apart \n four copper and four silver coins are mixed in the hand, copper coins travel to the other hand, with a stick \n j. "rink" van rinkhuyzen
1969
the art of close-up magic — volume 2 J. "Rink" van Rinkhuyzen

Coins Apart

four copper and four silver coins are mixed in the hand, copper coins travel to the other hand, with a stick

coins in flight \n 1. six coins travel from hand to tray
2. repeat with two
3. from hand to hand
4. two spectators have twelve coins, four travel across \n johann nepomuk hofzinser
1969
the pallbearers review vol. 5-8 Johann Nepomuk Hofzinser

Coins In Flight

1. six coins travel from hand to tray
2. repeat with two
3. from hand to hand
4. two spectators have twelve coins, four travel across

cent \n three coins in hand, always one is removed and when spectator is asked how many are left in the hand, he is wrong, after some repetition a perfume bottle appears in the hand \n roy johnson \n a routine by milbourne christopher in "hugard's magic monthly"
1970
the roy johnson experience Roy Johnson

Cent

three coins in hand, always one is removed and when spectator is asked how many are left in the hand, he is wrong, after some repetition a perfume bottle appears in the hand

Inspired by

a routine by Milbourne Christopher in "Hugard's Magic Monthly"

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

The Coins of Ishtar

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

the hammam routine \n signed coin penetrates table and falls in a glass, transforms and travels under other hand, big medallion appears as kicker \n jules debarros
1971
the coins of ishtar Jules DeBarros

The Hammam Routine

signed coin penetrates table and falls in a glass, transforms and travels under other hand, big medallion appears as kicker

disjointed account \n two coins, one jumps from hand to hand, shell \n james g. thompson jr.
1972
tarbell course in magic — volume 7 James G. Thompson Jr.

katch koin \n coin is dropped into spectator's hand, who has to close his hand around the coin quickly with eyes closed, coin is back in performer's hand \n karl fulves \n katch koin \n karl fulves
1974
close-up mental magic Karl Fulves

Katch Koin

coin is dropped into spectator's hand, who has to close his hand around the coin quickly with eyes closed, coin is back in performer's hand

solid state \n torn card quarters used for matrix, coins from hand to hand, then card restores \n karl fulves
1975
methods with cards — part 1 Karl Fulves

Solid State

torn card quarters used for matrix, coins from hand to hand, then card restores

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

Citation Silver

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

oil and quarters \n three copper and three silver coins alternately put in one hand, one type travels to other hand \n harvey rosenthal \n notes by fulves \n karl fulves
1976
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Harvey Rosenthal

Oil and Quarters

three copper and three silver coins alternately put in one hand, one type travels to other hand

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

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

The 1954 Routine

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

half-dollar flight \n one coin in each hand, one travels across, tenkai pennies alternative \n harvey rosenthal \n ring travel \n karl fulves
1976
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Harvey Rosenthal

Half-Dollar Flight

one coin in each hand, one travels across, Tenkai Pennies alternative

banish \n nickel and penny on table, covered with hands, one travels across, repeat, then chosen coin travels table, then both covered with card, one travels across, two coins joined with thread \n harvey rosenthal \n two coins \n morty rudnick \n two coins \n karl fulves
1976
the pallbearers review vol. 9-10 Harvey Rosenthal

Banish

nickel and penny on table, covered with hands, one travels across, repeat, then chosen coin travels table, then both covered with card, one travels across, two coins joined with thread

p.d.q. coins across \n four coins travel from one hand to another, initial fist is kept closed until the end \n paul harris
1977
supermagic Paul Harris

P.D.Q. Coins Across

Four coins travel from one hand to another, initial fist is kept closed until the end

the jumping coin \n coins on fists, apparently one dropped from each hand, really both from one hand \n harry lorayne
1977
the magic book Harry Lorayne

The Jumping Coin

coins on fists, apparently one dropped from each hand, really both from one hand

invisible pockets \n two coins pressed to shirt with both hands, coin travels across, then coin vanishes ("playing the shirt", coin tossed into shirt) \n karl fulves \n getaway iii \n karl fulves
1977
the magic book Karl Fulves

Invisible Pockets

two coins pressed to shirt with both hands, coin travels across, then coin vanishes ("playing the shirt", coin tossed into shirt)

coins and a ring \n coins and finger ring on fists, apparently one dropped from each hand, traveling effect \n karl fulves
1977
the magic book Karl Fulves

Coins and a Ring

coins and finger ring on fists, apparently one dropped from each hand, traveling effect

the magnificent seven \n seven coins counted into spectator's hand, one magically removed \n harry lorayne \n the seven penny trick \n terry lynn
1977
the magic book Harry Lorayne

The Magnificent Seven

seven coins counted into spectator's hand, one magically removed

copper and silver transposition \n only two coins, first transposition, then travel, then vanish \n ross bertram
1978
magic and methods of ross bertram Ross Bertram

Copper and Silver Transposition

only two coins, first transposition, then travel, then vanish

odd coin \n three coins in one hand, two in the other, all five in one hand, see p. 1149 for credit information \n milton tropp \n seven coins \n al flosso
1978
the chronicles Milton Tropp

Odd Coin

three coins in one hand, two in the other, all five in one hand, see p. 1149 for credit information

the coin routine (no. 1) \n copper and silver coin transpose, both change to copper, then silver, then into four dollars, coins across with those, two more dollars appear and a copper coin, coins through table, drill production from purse \n john f. mendoza
1978
the book of john John F. Mendoza

The Coin Routine (No. 1)

copper and silver coin transpose, both change to copper, then silver, then into four dollars, coins across with those, two more dollars appear and a copper coin, coins through table, drill production from purse

flying eagles \n finale for routine, into spectator's hand, clean vanish \n harvey telmar \n the flying eagles \n unknown
1978
the chronicles Harvey Telmar

Flying Eagles

finale for routine, into spectator's hand, clean vanish

rubdown \n half dollar rubbed on table vanishes and appears under other hand, then changes into dime with change under other hand \n ross bertram
1978
magic and methods of ross bertram Ross Bertram

Rubdown

half dollar rubbed on table vanishes and appears under other hand, then changes into dime with change under other hand

katch koin \n no. 22, coin is dropped into spectator's hand, who has to close his hand around the coin quickly with eyes closed, coin is back in performer's hand \n karl fulves \n katch koin \n karl fulves
1979
self-working mental magic Karl Fulves

Katch Koin

No. 22, coin is dropped into spectator's hand, who has to close his hand around the coin quickly with eyes closed, coin is back in performer's hand

the mysterious cross of india \n based on routine by tagaki, four coins in each hand \n daryl martinez \n relentless, but honest \n curtis kam \n cross-eyed coins across \n david williamson
1980
secrets of a "puerto rican gambler" Daryl Martinez

The Mysterious Cross of India

based on routine by Tagaki, four coins in each hand

quarter finals \n coin snatching stunt in which spectator cannot trap coin balanced on performer's finger, in the end the coin ends up underneath coin in spectator's hand \n karl fulves \n the coin game \n max malini
1980
the chronicles Karl Fulves

Quarter Finals

coin snatching stunt in which spectator cannot trap coin balanced on performer's finger, in the end the coin ends up underneath coin in spectator's hand

quick silver \n two copper and two silver coins, silver coin travel in the hand with copper coins one by one, then at once \n jack mcmillen
1981
sleights & swindles Jack McMillen

Quick Silver

two copper and two silver coins, silver coin travel in the hand with copper coins one by one, then at once

camilos münzenroutine \n coin transforms into chinese coin, then coins travel from hand to hand \n camilo vázquez \n chinese money mystery \n unknown
1981
das camilo seminar "81" Camilo Vázquez

Camilos Münzenroutine

coin transforms into chinese coin, then coins travel from hand to hand

merlin's magic \n no. 7, eight coins counted on a book and then held by spectator, one coin vanishes and joins the other coins \n unknown
1981
self-working table magic
Unknown

Merlin's Magic

No. 7, eight coins counted on a book and then held by spectator, one coin vanishes and joins the other coins

drawback \n one half dollar under each hand, they travel under one hand, in repeat change into dollar \n steve beam
1981
steve beam on coins — volume i Steve Beam

Drawback

one half dollar under each hand, they travel under one hand, in repeat change into dollar

3:32 \n two coins travel under one hand, then one coin and eventually the last coin vanishes, using "the flick" \n mike caveney \n never split \n bernard bilis
1981
magicomedy Mike Caveney

3:32

two coins travel under one hand, then one coin and eventually the last coin vanishes, using "The Flick"

"can't i" \n "coins across new theory - impromptu", based on roger klause' new theory coins across \n woody landers
1982
apocalypse vol. 1-5 Woody Landers

"Can't I"

"Coins Across New Theory - Impromptu", based on Roger Klause' New Theory Coins Across

open coins across \n shell \n tom craven \n four coins and a purse \n tom craven \n four coins and a purse \n tom craven
1982
apocalypse vol. 1-5 Tom Craven

one in the eye \n two-coin routine which ends with glass eye \n keith charnley \n henry hay \n paul harris
1982
pabular Keith Charnley, Henry Hay, Paul Harris

triple change coin flight \n two half dollar, one in each hand, both travel to one hand and change to copper, repeated with change to chinese \n daryl martinez
1982
something for everyone Daryl Martinez

Triple Change Coin Flight

two half dollar, one in each hand, both travel to one hand and change to copper, repeated with change to chinese

the "tourist" coin \n silver coin in one hand travels to join copper coin in other hand \n bobby bernard
1982
the coin and card magic of bobby bernard Bobby Bernard

The "Tourist" Coin

Silver coin in one hand travels to join copper coin in other hand

terminal coins \n using b.u.d.
- terminal 1 (four coins vanish)
- terminal 2 (four coins vanish without jacket)
- terminal 3 (four coins travel to other hand at once) \n ross bertram
1983
bertram on sleight of hand Ross Bertram

Terminal Coins

using B.U.D.

Terminal 1 (four coins vanish)

Terminal 2 (four coins vanish without jacket)

Terminal 3 (four coins travel to other hand at once)

pandemonium \n - growing deck gag (higham)
- trouser pocket as servante (higham)
- card revelation gag with two spectators selecting the same card (tucker)
- five coins travel from hand to hand and then change into one coin (tucker)
- cutting the aces, bilis/ marlo variation idea (monmoine) \n justin higham \n stephen tucker \n pascal monmoine
1983
spell-binder Justin Higham, Stephen Tucker, Pascal Monmoine

Pandemonium

growing Deck gag (Higham)

trouser pocket as servante (Higham)

card revelation gag with two spectators selecting the same card (Tucker)

five coins travel from hand to hand and then change into one coin (Tucker)

Cutting the Aces, Bilis/ Marlo variation idea (Monmoine)

translocation \n four coins in a vertical row on the table, both hands palm down on table, one by one they travel across \n john kennedy \n reversal ending \n mark lefler \n table squeeze \n david neighbors \n scotch and soda for real \n reed mcclintock \n silver surfer \n wolfgang moser
1983
lecture iii John Kennedy

Translocation

four coins in a vertical row on the table, both hands palm down on table, one by one they travel across

cross-eyed coins across \n \n david williamson \n cross-eyed coins across \n david williamson \n cross-eyed coins across \n david williamson
1984
for your eyes only David Williamson

further than devant \n one coin in each hand, one travels across, see also "credits and references" at end of book \n jon racherbaumer \n mum, march 1983 \n third method for coins across in "the amateur magician's handbook" (henry hay, 1950)
1984
at the table Jon Racherbaumer

Further Than Devant

one coin in each hand, one travels across, see also "Credits and References" at end of book

Inspired by

third method for coins across in "The Amateur Magician's Handbook" (Henry Hay, 1950)

amplius nickels \n thieves and sheep, identical coins, see also "credits and references" at end of book \n edward marlo \n mum, june 1980
1984
at the table Edward Marlo

Amplius Nickels

Thieves and Sheep, identical coins, see also "Credits and References" at end of book

coin through spectator's hand \n seven coins counted into spectator's hand, one magically removed \n michael weber \n terry lynn \n the seven penny trick \n terry lynn \n tightfisted in italy \n jay sankey \n michael weber \n sevin \n michael weber \n terry lynn \n sevin \n michael weber \n terry lynn \n voodoo coins \n michael weber
1984
side effects Michael Weber, Terry Lynn

Coin Through Spectator's Hand

seven coins counted into spectator's hand, one magically removed

"pasa-pasa" de monedas \n four coins travel from hand to hand \n joaquín navajas \n "pasa-pasa" de monedas \n joaquín navajas
1985
monedas personales Joaquín Navajas

winged silver \n credit information, three coins move hand to hand to join foreign coin, coin appears under salt shaker, jumbo coin appears under salt shaker. \n albert goshman \n winged silver \n dai vernon
1985
magic by gosh Albert Goshman

Winged Silver

credit information, three coins move hand to hand to join foreign coin, coin appears under salt shaker, jumbo coin appears under salt shaker.

bridging the gap \n using a clear glass tube as gag explanation for coins across through which rolled up coin slides \n jay sankey
1986
sankey panky Jay Sankey

Bridging The Gap

using a clear glass tube as gag explanation for Coins Across through which rolled up coin slides

the coin connection \n multiphase coin routine
- act i the homing coins (coins travel to coin wallet)
- act ii travel agents (coins from hand to hand)
- act iii foreign exchange (coins change from silver to copper and back) \n eric decamps
1986
the coin connection Eric DeCamps

The Coin Connection

multiphase coin routine

Act I The Homing Coins (coins travel to coin wallet)

Act II Travel Agents (coins from hand to hand)

Act III Foreign Exchange (coins change from silver to copper and back)

the chinese connection \n in spectator's hand where they change into chinese as a climax \n larry jennings
1986
the classic magic of larry jennings Larry Jennings

The Chinese Connection

in spectator's hand where they change into chinese as a climax

incredible coins across \n into spectator's hands, last coin comes from thin air \n michael ammar \n monedas a través de las mangas \n joaquín navajas
1986
magical arts journal Michael Ammar

Incredible Coins Across

into spectator's hands, last coin comes from thin air

crossed destinies \n nice handling \n dai vernon \n arthur finley \n crossed destinies \n dai vernon \n arthur finley
1987
the vernon chronicles — volume 1 Dai Vernon, Arthur Finley

crossed destinies \n \n dai vernon \n arthur finley \n crossed destinies \n dai vernon \n arthur finley
1987
magical arts journal Dai Vernon, Arthur Finley

pointing transfer move \n \n tenkai ishida \n jay sankey \n richard sanders \n tenkai's pointing transfer variant \n jay sankey \n richard sanders \n tenkai ishida
1987
when creators collide... Tenkai Ishida, Jay Sankey, Richard Sanders

no card matrix \n coins in square layout travel into one corner, handling of last coin contributed by hierling \n david williamson \n thomas hierling \n cocktail matrix \n david stone \n cocktail matrix \n david stone
1987
new wave close-up David Williamson, Thomas Hierling

No Card Matrix

coins in square layout travel into one corner, handling of last coin contributed by Hierling

coin fugue \n a coin travels from hand onto the table, then three more coins appear, coins travel across \n masao atsukawa
1988
new magic of japan Masao Atsukawa

Coin Fugue

a coin travels from hand onto the table, then three more coins appear, coins travel across

g.k. spectator coins across \n four coins across \n gary kurtz \n g. k. spectator coins across \n gary kurtz
1988
continuations ... departures 1 Gary Kurtz

cross-eyed coins across \n \n david williamson \n the mysterious cross of india \n daryl martinez \n cross-eyed coins across \n david williamson
1989
williamson's wonders David Williamson

g. k. spectator coins across \n four coins across, slightly different than version in "continuations ... departures 1" \n gary kurtz \n g.k. spectator coins across \n gary kurtz
1989
continuations and departures Gary Kurtz

G. K. Spectator Coins Across

four coins across, slightly different than version in "Continuations ... Departures 1"

nimble nickels \n no. 49, ten coins in two rows, picked up in pairs, one coin moved across, they all travel across, double toss \n david devant \n dai vernon
1989
self-working coin magic David Devant, Dai Vernon

Nimble Nickels

No. 49, ten coins in two rows, picked up in pairs, one coin moved across, they all travel across, double toss

c. p. coins across \n three coins from hand to hand, first one by one then all at once \n chris powers
1989
the british close-up magic symposium 1989 Chris Powers

C. P. Coins Across

three coins from hand to hand, first one by one then all at once

moneyfly \n no. 63, coin travels into spectator's hand, using money tray made from bill \n ronald b. edwards \n karl fulves \n multifly \n ronald b. edwards
1989
self-working coin magic Ronald B. Edwards, Karl Fulves

Moneyfly

No. 63, coin travels into spectator's hand, using money tray made from bill

trio \n long combination \n gary kurtz \n twisted trio \n curtis kam \n sliding behind the fan \n gary kurtz \n revisiting trio (trio-ish) \n jeremiah zuo
1990
unexplainable acts Gary Kurtz

relentless \n monster coin routine
1.) four silver dollars from the purse frame
2.) the penny
3.) returning the penny to the purse frame
4.) double transposition in spectator's hand
5.) returning the penny to the purse frame (again)
6.) interlude
7.) coins through the table
8.) the bag on the purse and four more coins
9.) the penny returns
10.) the classic hang ping chien coins across
11.) the finale: returning to the beginning \n gary kurtz
1990
coin magic Gary Kurtz

Relentless

monster coin routine
1.) Four Silver Dollars from the Purse Frame
2.) The Penny
3.) Returning the Penny to the Purse Frame
4.) Double Transposition in Spectator's Hand
5.) Returning the Penny to the Purse Frame (Again)
6.) Interlude
7.) Coins Through the Table
8.) The Bag on the Purse and Four More Coins
9.) The Penny Returns
10.) The Classic Hang Ping Chien Coins Across
11.) The Finale: Returning to the Beginning

trio in three \n from 1981, three different coins travel under two cards, from hand to hand and back under the cards, haden gaff \n gary kurtz \n three with csb \n reed mcclintock
1990
coin magic Gary Kurtz

Trio in Three

from 1981, three different coins travel under two cards, from hand to hand and back under the cards, Haden gaff

chinaman's chance \n three silver coins travel to china coin in other hand, transformation kicker, peter kane's sleeper coin principle \n bob king \n backfire \n bob king
1990
more magician foolers Bob King

Chinaman's Chance

three silver coins travel to china coin in other hand, transformation kicker, Peter Kane's Sleeper Coin principle

the silverdust routine \n using a silverdust shaker, coin appears from silverdust, travels to other hand, changes into other coin and transforms back into silverdust \n gary ouellet
1990
close up illusions Gary Ouellet

The Silverdust Routine

using a silverdust shaker, coin appears from silverdust, travels to other hand, changes into other coin and transforms back into silverdust

table squeeze \n four coins travel from underneath one hand to the other \n david neighbors \n translocation \n john kennedy
1990
the minotaur David Neighbors

Table Squeeze

four coins travel from underneath one hand to the other

new wave coins across \n three coins in each hand, one behind \n mike gallo \n new wave coins across \n mike gallo
1991
the magic of michael ammar Mike Gallo

relentless - part four \n interlude
15. the classic han ping chien coins across
16. coda: closing the circle
the clean-up \n gary kurtz
1991
relentless Gary Kurtz

Relentless - Part Four

Interlude
15. The Classic Han Ping Chien Coins Across
16. Coda: Closing the Circle
The Clean-up

three across \n four coins in one hand, one coin is moved to other hand, all other follow \n chad long
1994
the lost cheesy notebooks — volume one Chad Long

Three Across

four coins in one hand, one coin is moved to other hand, all other follow

the routine \n penny appears from purse frame and travel several times back into the hand, then a chinese coin appears in the frame and it change places with the penny. eventually both coins disappear again \n fred kaps
1994
fred kaps' purse Fred Kaps

The Routine

penny appears from purse frame and travel several times back into the hand, then a chinese coin appears in the frame and it change places with the penny. Eventually both coins disappear again

a familiar ring \n shell coins across with spectator's finger ring \n paul gertner \n shell coins across \n david roth \n your personal safe \n daniel garcia
1994
steel and silver Paul Gertner

snapping the halves \n chinese coin wiggled and half dollar snapped off it, then two more coins appear like that, they travel to other hand, then all coins are split for total of eight coins
- the coins appear
- the coins fly from hand to hand
- the unexpected replication of the coins \n paul gertner
1994
steel and silver Paul Gertner

Snapping the Halves

Chinese coin wiggled and half dollar snapped off it, then two more coins appear like that, they travel to other hand, then all coins are split for total of eight coins

stretching your money \n two coins are produced, then they become magnetic and travel to one hand, finally one coin is stretched \n yuji wada
1994
the minotaur Yuji Wada

Stretching Your Money

two coins are produced, then they become magnetic and travel to one hand, finally one coin is stretched

coinfusion \n two silver dollars, one vanishes, one changes, another coin appears and travels to other hand \n john riggs
1994
close-up file John Riggs

Coinfusion

two silver dollars, one vanishes, one changes, another coin appears and travels to other hand

three and three (segregated) \n six silver coins, three in each hand, travel to one hand one by one, using flick \n paul gertner
1994
steel and silver Paul Gertner

Three and Three (Segregated)

six silver coins, three in each hand, travel to one hand one by one, using flick

three and three (integrated) \n three copper and three silver coins, copper coins travel to silver coins, using flick \n paul gertner
1994
steel and silver Paul Gertner

Three and Three (Integrated)

three copper and three silver coins, copper coins travel to silver coins, using flick

copper caper - just using the copper coin \n copper coins travels from left hand to right hand and back \n karl norman
1995
40 years at the forks Karl Norman

Copper Caper - Just using the Copper coin

copper coins travels from left hand to right hand and back

silver to brass - using these two coins \n silver coins travels from left hand to right hand where it joins the brass coin \n karl norman
1995
40 years at the forks Karl Norman

Silver to Brass - Using these two coins

silver coins travels from left hand to right hand where it joins the brass coin

surprise transposition - using the coins, the okito box, and ? \n performer announces that the coins will travel from hand to hand, the box travels instead \n karl norman
1995
40 years at the forks Karl Norman

Surprise Transposition - Using the coins, the Okito Box, and ?

performer announces that the coins will travel from hand to hand, the box travels instead

over and over, again \n three copper and three silver coins, two copper coins join the other coins one by one, last coin joins rest held by spectator \n mike gallo
1995
the trapdoor — volume three Mike Gallo

Over and Over, Again

three copper and three silver coins, two copper coins join the other coins one by one, last coin joins rest held by spectator

coinfusion \n two silver coins, one vanishes and the other changes into a smaller copper coin. one silver coin is reproduced, coins across and with the two odd coins \n john riggs
1995
the magic of john riggs John Riggs

Coinfusion

Two silver coins, one vanishes and the other changes into a smaller copper coin. One silver coin is reproduced, coins across and with the two odd coins

you never give me your money \n three coins, two travel to other hand one by one, then back, they all change to copper \n aaron fisher
1995
the sleight album Aaron Fisher

You Never Give Me Your Money

three coins, two travel to other hand one by one, then back, they all change to copper