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Scott F. Guinn
Great Scott's Matrix Routines by Scott F. Guinn

Do you like the Matrix effect? Here are four versions of this classic effect of coin magic, each with "the Guinn touch", plus an entire comedy script, straight out of Scott's professional performing repertoire, meaning you're really getting FIVE routines! This fun, funny, and exciting story will grab your audience's attention and lock it in place right up to the big finish!

This ebook has recently been drastically expanded to include extra nuances and finesses. In addition, all the required moves and sleights are explained, in the lauded clear style Scott has become famous for. The table...

2010 / 8 / 16
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Stephen Tucker
The Gemini Book by Stephen Tucker

Stephen Tucker is the magician who prefers a clever gimmick over a difficult sleight. That is not to say that he isn't capable to execute some of the most difficult sleights - and you will get a taste of those in this ebook, too. But the real strength here are Stephen's clever gimmicks and uses for common items and the fun and amazing routines he constructs with them.

  • 13 card miracles
  • 9 bonus effects (originally published in the Talon)
  • 27 futuristic coin routines

1st edition 1983, original 73 pages, PDF 109 pages.

Table of Contents

  1. Contents
  2. Introduction

    PARAGON - card effects...

2010 / 6 / 19
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Thomas (Tom) Osborne
Coin Tricks by Thomas (Tom) Osborne

From the introduction:

In the quiet sanctum of one’s home, or in a circle of intimate friends, a person performing an effect in magic may be perfectly at ease, but under fire before a critical audience it may be a different story. More times than I care to remember I have seen this happen; this is especially true of the spare-time Magician and, believe me, it is my sincere desire to help overcome this failing.

But, I also believe a person can be taught to perform Magician’s tricks in a manner that is quite pleasing. It is with this thought in mind that I have consented to put into...

2010 / 4 / 26
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Aldo Colombini
Easy Coins by Aldo Colombini

Coin magic is usually very difficult to perform, and requires sleight of hand and manipulation. In this ebook, you will find seven very strong coin routines requiring NO SLEIGHTS AT ALL and totally impromptu using ordinary coins. We predict you will never stop doing them. Although in the description Aldo use American coins, any coins from any country can be used and can be borrowed from the spectators.

1st edition 2008; 14 pages.

2010 / 4 / 16
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Rupert Howard
Rupert Howard Magic Course: Lesson 08: Sleight of Hand with Coins by Rupert Howard

Table of Contents

  1. Content
  2. Arranging a Programme

    Sleight of Hand with Coins

  3. The Ordinary Palm
  4. The Inner Thumb Palm
  5. The Outer Thumb Palm
  6. Thumb and First Finger Palm
  7. The Standing Palm
  8. The Finger Palm
  9. The Inner Finger Palm
  10. The Outer Finger Palm
  11. The Back and Front Finger Palm
  12. Single Handed Vanish
  13. Double Handed Vanish
  14. The "Throw" Vanish
  15. The Coin Roll
  16. The Change

    Tricks with Coins

  17. The "Impossible" Coin Vanish
  18. The Impromptu Alchemist
  19. The Travelling Coins
  20. The Miser's Dream
  21. The Note and the Lemon
  22. The Coin and Envelopes

1st edition 1931; 22 pages.

2010 / 3 / 22
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Tony Chapparo
Coin Thru Head by Tony Chapparo

Pass a borrowed and signed coin through your head. You put it into one ear and take it out from the other ear. It is the same coin. No switches whatsoever. An unusual effect! The method is pretty cool but you have to watch your angles and you have to prepare a few things. Actually this can really only be seen from the front - head on. It is a great effect for a single spectator or a small group of spectators or for TV work.

Tony mentions in the manuscript that initially this should have been released jointly with Paul Harris as a DVD because he was very interested in the method. But this...

2009 / 11 / 16
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Alan Rorrison
The Mint by Alan Rorrison

This is a really clever visual effect. I love it.

Present a 'mint sheet' (a piece of aluminum foil). Borrow a coin and press the coin into the mint sheet. The impression looks just like the coin. But of course it is just an impression not a real coin - or is it? Hand the coin with which you created the impression back to the spectator. You only have the aluminum foil with the coin impression. With your thumb you squeeze and pull the impression of the mint sheet and create a new coin. The impression has transformed into a real coin. You do the same with the other side of the coin to 'mint'...

2009 / 10 / 14
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Alan Rorrison
Metal Morphasis by Alan Rorrison

Have a spectator take out a coin and have him sign it. Show an empty card case and drop the signed coin into it. The card case is closed and put on the spectators stretched out hand. Then you bring out a bottle cap or take one that is lying around and have it signed as well. The bottle cap is lying on the table. You take the card case held on the tips of your fingers - to make clear that no sleight of hand is possible - and tap the bottle cap. The bottle cap instantaneously transforms into the signed coin.

The transformation is incredibly visual and happens right in front of the spectators...

2009 / 10 / 14
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Alan Rorrison
In Flight by Alan Rorrison

This is a neat card and coin to pocket effect.

Have a spectator grab a coin and sign it on both sides. You vanish it, or as Alan likes to say 'make it invisible'. Have a spectator select a card, and also the card vanishes while rubbing it on the leg.

Both card and coin magically traveled to your pocket. However, the unbelievable miracle is that the signed coin is actually inside the spectator selected card. The card has to be peeled open like an in-flight envelope to get to the coin.

Alan teaches every detail. A unique and unforgettable miracle.

runtime: 19min 34s

2009 / 10 / 14
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Larry Jennings
Peripatetic Coins by Larry Jennings

A trick with four half dollars. The four coins travel one by one from one hand to the other. The last invisible transfer takes place into a closed spectator hand.

You will need an expanded shell to do this effect.

runtime: 6min 11s

2009 / 10 / 8
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John Cornelius
Coin Falling Up by John Cornelius

This is an independent reinvention of Arthur Buckley's muscle pass by John Cornelius. John turned the move into a showpiece by itself.

runtime: 3min 20s

2009 / 10 / 1
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David Neighbors
Pocket Coins by David Neighbors

You place a ripped off empty jeans pocket on the table. Magically you take three coins one by one out of it. You magically make them disappear and appear inside/under the pocket. The climax is that all three coins disappear inside the pocket.

You will need two coins and a matching expanded shell. The video includes a detailed explanation of the "Palm to Palm", "Classic Palm to Fingerpalm Transfer" and "Toss Up Production" moves.

runtime: 24min 37s

2009 / 9 / 24
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Rich Marotta
The Great Penetrator by Rich Marotta

A borrowed coin magically penetrates three times a solid coaster resting on top of a glass.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 2001.

runtime: 3min 2s

2009 / 8 / 18
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Jerry Andrus
Miser's Miracle by Jerry Andrus

Watch and learn Jerry's masterpiece of coin magic. Four silver dollars are produced one at a time, first from between two freely chosen cards, and the last two coins from a single playing card which is torn smaller and smaller.

There are no difficult moves in this routine. The ingenuity of Jerry is how he steals, hides and moves the coins behind pieces of cards.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 2000.

runtime: 7min 25s

2009 / 7 / 19
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Gregory Wilson
A Fistful of Dollars by Gregory Wilson

Snap your fingers to produce during the snap a coin at your finger tips. Greg does this three times and then vanishes the coins one by one.

The move to produce a coin while snapping is Doug Wick's Snap Production.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 2000.

runtime: 13min 13s

2009 / 7 / 19
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(Benny) Ben Harris
Epic Flight by (Benny) Ben Harris

The odd scientific principle discovered by Harris in 1980 makes an amazing coin transposition possible!

Two coins are displayed. One is marked with a large cross with a permanent marker and a spectator confirms that the cross will not rub off the coin. In full view, the marked coin and the plain coin transpose through the back of a spectator’s own hand.

Fully examinable, easy to do. The scientific principle makes it all work.

  • examinable
  • use any currency
  • easy to perform
  • carry it everywhere

1st edition 1980; digital edition 2009; 14 pages.

2009 / 7 / 15
$8.95

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R. Paul Wilson
Spellbound to Please by R. Paul Wilson

Scotland's top sleight-of-hand artist gives up one of his pet routines. It looks like real magic. A copper coin changes to a silver coin and back several times.

Surprisingly there are no really difficult moves. You will need a copper and a silver coin, but the spectators only see one at any given moment. And Paul's clever handling eliminates the thought in the spectators mind that there could be two coins.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 1999.

runtime: 4min 46s

2009 / 7 / 14
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Gregory Wilson
Body Piercing by Gregory Wilson

This is a strong one coin routine requiring a shell. The coin repeatedly penetrates your hand.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 1999.

runtime: 6min 52s

2009 / 7 / 14
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Chad Long
Ninja Coin & Ninja Key by Chad Long

Two extremely magical effects that make it appear you have the dexterity of a Ninja Magic Master. Flip a coin high in the air and appear to catch it deftly between your thumb and forefinger. Or toss your keys in the air and catch the right key at your fingertips every time. It looks absolutely impossible, but it is easy to do.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 1999.

runtime: 6min 39s

2009 / 7 / 14
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Derek Dingle
Silver Quick by Derek Dingle

This is a classic Dingle - strong magic but not easy. Four coins travel magically from the performer's hand to the spectator's hand. Brilliant routining from a master.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 1998.

runtime: 5min 47s

2009 / 7 / 5
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Eric DeCamps
Shadow Coins by Eric DeCamps

A beautiful compact routine wherein three coins vanish and then magically reappear, one coin at a time. An instant classic.

Recorded live at the Convention at the Capital 1998.

runtime: 8min 2s

2009 / 7 / 5
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Kevin Parker
Passing Thru by Kevin Parker

Borrow a coin and show a normal empty glass bottle, then visually pass the coin through the base of the bottle. They don't just see the coin 'appear' in the bottle; they see it 'melt' right through. Then you shake the bottle to conclude the coin is indeed inside the bottle, then give it out as a souvenir. You can even do this with a borrowed bottle. This is Kevin Parker's Passing Thru.

  • Normal Bottle
  • Normal Coin
  • No Slits/Cuts in Bottle
  • Everything Examinable
This is an incredibly visual effect and has to be seen to be believed. Check out the demo video below. And the fact that you end...
2009 / 2 / 2
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David Kemsley
Redemption by David Kemsley

A visual penetration of coin through can.

The performer finishes his / her can of drink and shakes every last drop out. A coin is then shown and placed in the palm of the other hand. The base of the can is impacted on the coin several times and then penetrates the base of the can. The spectators can hear the coin pass through the metal. The coin is inside the can and the spectator can take the coin out and keep both items if they wish.

This is a great little idea combining a common gimmick with a clever move to accomplish a coin penetrating a can - a visual and audible effect.

1st edition...

2008 / 12 / 3
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Titanas
Signed Bending Coins by Titanas

Borrow a coin. Get it signed and bend it in your hand. It is a clear and strong effect. Titanas explains two different variations which can be performed standing.

The video is shot for my taste from a bit too far, particularly in the demonstration part the coin is hard to see. However, the explanation is clear and should not cause any difficulties for you to learn this wonderful effect.

1st edition 2008; duration 8 minutes 13 seconds.

2008 / 11 / 23
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Nefesch
Crispes by Nefesch

An amazing super clean penetration of a signed coin to a crispes bag.

You borrow a coin which the spectator signs. You hand them a chips bag and you throw the coin on the bag. They hear the coin, they feel the coin but they don't see the coin. You ask them to shake the chips bag and this time they feel it heavier. They open the bag and inside they find their signed coin.

1st edition 2008.

2008 / 11 / 15
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