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If you have seen a David Roth, Michael Rubinstein or Shigeo Futagawa perform with coins, you know what kind of miracles are possible with these shiny objects. You will find in this category must read classics like Bobo's Modern Coin Magic as well as the latest hot effects by Daniel Garcia or Michael Wild.

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3+MS Gadabout by MS

Learn a super practical 3 coin routine suitable for walk-around and impromptu performances. 3 invisible coins appear and behave in a magical way. Instant Reset.

"I like it, nice idea." - Marion Boykin

"Keep up that absolutely fantastic coin work you do." - Mickey Silver

★★★★★ $7
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Ulysses Frederick Grant
50 Kute Koin Tricks by Ulysses Frederick Grant

This manuscript describes fifty close-up tricks, gags and stunts with coins - none of which require sleights. Many new ideas are employed - including new dodges that open up a new field. Every magician should be able to perform one or two coin tricks. Choose from the many in this manuscript.

PDF 6 pages

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Bob Hummer
A Baker's Dozen Hummers by Bob Hummer

Here's a compendium of 13 of Bob Hummer's unique, mind-blowing stunts for magicians and mentalists. A baker's dozen mentalism and magic effects using cards and coins. Each one seems utterly impossible, yet they work every time.


  • Foreword (B. W. McCarron)
  • Introduction (Martin Gardner)
  • 1. The Magic Separation
  • 2. Face-Up Prediction
  • 3. Lite-Ning Addition
  • 4. Two Card Transpo
  • 5. Two Card Location
  • 6. Card and Ribbon
  • 7. The Four G-Men
  • 8. The Card on the Window Pane
  • 9. Double Thought
  • 10. A Rare Coin Stunt
  • 11. A Possible...
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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

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Raymonde Crow
AA3Fly by Raymonde Crow

AA3Fly stands for "Anytime, Anywhere" 3 Fly. Using just 4 ungimmicked coins, you are prepared to perform a stand-up coin routine suitable for almost any venue. Start clean and end clean, with the coins examinable and your hands otherwise empty, both at the start and the end of the routine. You'll learn several novel ideas to wring the most magic out of 4 normal coins. This routine also includes my patter for the effect.

1st edition 2016, length 13 min

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Unknown Mentalist
Absolute and Ultimate Coin'cidence by Unknown Mentalist

This is a 2 ebook bundle consisting of Absolute Coin'cidence and Ultimate Coin'cidence. If you already own Coin'cidence or purchase along with this, you can get this 2 ebook bundle for half price.

You need to have Coin'cidence to understand the contents of this release.

The tremendous response to the innovative Coin'cidence principle and routines has pushed it to the very top of the hotlist. Now this 2 ebook bundle contains 20 killer routines with the Coin'cidence principle. Also there are 3 bonus ideas for you to develop on.

Absolute Coin'cidence

This ebook contains 9 amazing routines with different themes...

★★★★ $18
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Absorb by Sofl

Please note that this video is in English but with a heavy Vietnamese accent. However, just following the visual instructions you can construct the gimmick and perform this miracle.

A coin gets absorbed into a notebook turning into a sketch.

1st edition 2016, length 13 minutes.

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Gregg Webb
Aether #10: Slydini Touches by Gregg Webb

Gregg Webb presents ideas based on Slydini's use of Classic Palm and dropping coins to the cupped hand instead of lapping. Here, you will learn subtleties:

  • How to vanish a coin by dumping it from your palm to your other hand.
  • Tips for retaining and releasing coins from Classic Palm when standing or sitting.

1st edition 2021, PDF 3 pages.

★★★★★ $4.95
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Gregg Webb & Doug McGeorge
Aether #2: Bank Night 1 Handed by Gregg Webb & Doug McGeorge

Originally written for Genii Magazine as a "one-handed Wild Coin," this effect is direct, startling, and fast-paced. It requires the following props:

  • Three Chinese Coins
  • A Copper/Silver coin
  • One odd coin. (Gregg uses an Israeli Shekel, but any coin will work)
  • An ordinary cup

1st edition 2021, PDF 4 pages.

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Gregg Webb & Doug McGeorge
Aether #4: Wild Chip by Gregg Webb & Doug McGeorge

Gregg Webb explains how to make several poker chips change color, then change back using sleight of hand and simple props. (Note: this is not the Sol Stone trick explained in Super Sessions #13.)

1st edition 2021, PDF 2 pages.

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Gregg Webb & Doug McGeorge
Aether #6: Webb's Flurry by Gregg Webb & Doug McGeorge

David Roth was fooled when Gregg Webb showed him this smooth gallop of visual coin magic. Required are four matching ungimmicked coins. Also required is the ability to classic palm two coins, and release one.

1st edition 2021, PDF 1 page.

★★★★★ $4.95
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Michael Wild
Amalgamated Steal by Michael Wild

This effect is superior to standard Copper & Silver routines. It is also more amazing than classic Coins Across routines. Amalgamated Steal combines the most astonishing and visually entertaining aspects of both to create a multi-phase coin routine that will keep your audiences on the edges of their seats and leave them absolutely stunned.

You will need two silver half-dollars. One copper coin. One matching copper/silver coin. Two expanded silver shells (one heads and one tails).

1st edition 2006; 10 pages.

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Devin Knight
Aqua-Coin Flight by Devin Knight

A practical parlor routine. Three different value marked coins are dropped by a spectator into a tall thin glass of water and one is then selected. Without sleights or difficult moves, the marked coin vanishes from the glass and ends up inside a sealed envelope.

A new and novel platform coin trick that is a real fooler! Not just for close-up, but an actual coin effect that plays big and fills the stage as they say. There are no gimmicks or difficult sleights. A totally impossible appearing coin flight under impossible conditions. All it takes is a bit of practice, then you will have a masterpiece...

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Ian Kendall
Basic Chip Tricks by Ian Kendall

Ian describes carefully and in detail a number of beautiful and cool flourishes with chips. You are sitting at a blackjack table and you have won a stack of chips during the last plays. The dealer ran out of cards and has to shuffle his six decks, which takes a while. This is the ideal moment to impress with a few chip flourishes. Of course, all of these moves can also be executed with coins rather than chips. You will learn:

  • The Pickup Move
  • Roll Down
  • Double Cut
  • Shuffle on a soft surface
  • Shuffle on a hard surface
  • Shuffling tall stacks
  • The Twirl
  • The Triple Twirl
  • The Reverse Twirl ...
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Curtis Kam
Be Like Water (performance only) by Curtis Kam

A production of 3 coins from a flask. Another beautiful and original routine, shot live at the symposium.

length 6m 30s

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Lewis Ganson & Bobby Bernard
Bernard's Lesson on Coin Magic Teach-In by Lewis Ganson & Bobby Bernard

Bobby Bernard teaches palming, sleights, stratagems, and T. Nelson Downs' Coin Star. Photographed and written by Lewis Ganson. This was part of the famous Ganson Teach-In series originally published by Supreme Magic Inc. Rights are now owned by Martin Breese whom we thank for the kind permission to reproduce this booklet.

[Get the full collection of all 17 Teach-Ins at a huge discount.

1st edition 1978 by Supreme; original 35 pages; PDF 43 pages.

  1. Introduction
  2. The Coins
  3. The Hands
  4. Palming A Coin
  5. Thumb Grip
  6. Stretch Palm
  7. Crease Palm
  8. After Ramsay
  9. Production In The Air
  10. Double Production
  11. The Miser's Misers Dream
  12. The Spellbound Move
  13. The Hummer...
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Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
Bionic Coin by Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph

This is an exceedingly clever and versatile way to gimmick a coin to create a stunning and visual effect. It works with many coins including US quarters, half dollars and dollars, some Euro coins, as well as many other coins from various countries.

Effect: You ask a spectator for a coin. The spectator or performer marks or draws something on the coin. You show your hands empty and you show the coin clearly from both sides. At this point there is no secret second coin involved. You simply move your finger across the face of the coin and the drawing instantly changes, either vanishes or transforms...

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Daniel Garcia
Blueprints by Daniel Garcia

These are Daniel Garcia's 2004 - 2005 Lecture Notes. A sell out at the 2004 LVMI Convention.

"Danny Garcia's magic is the Fools you, Fries you , Freaks you out, and F**ks you up." - Chris Kenner

"How much of this material can I put on my DVD?" - Paul Harris

Contains some of Daniel's closely guarded effects that he has been performing for years: The Ego Slip - Daniel's card control that had even the best card men in magic asking for a copy of these notes. White or Wheat - A Sandwich effect that happens in the cleanest and fairest way possible. Your Personal Safe - A Coins Across routing...
★★★★★ $15
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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

★★★★★ $6
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Brick Tilley
Bowled Over by Brick Tilley

Produce three coins from two empty rice bowls.

1st edition 2017, 4 pages.

★★★ $10
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David Crown
Bridal Curse by David Crown

The Effect
You present three Chinese coins to your audience which will do their ordinary work as always. Two of the Chinese coins travel from your hand to the ring a spectator is holding in her outstretched palm. The third coin is given shortly to the ones already traveled and you pick up her ring which you put fairly into your own pocket. You are then given the last coin which you throw in your hand. Again the coin will travel... The Spectator is asked to open the hand and to her amazement she finds three coins. But wait - what is in your hand? The spectator's ring!

This ebook includes...

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Ray Noble
Brother Can You Spare a Dime by Ray Noble

This routine uses 4 coins and a borrowed paper bill. Three of the coins are the same style while the 4th is different. Ray uses three silver coins and one gold colored coin when he performs this routine. The odd coin (gold) is laid on the close up mat and a bill is placed over it. Next the magic starts to happen without any clue as to how it is being done. One by one the other three coins are picked up and vanish from your hand and travel beneath the bill. Each time, the spectator picks up the bill to find the traveled coin. The first coin vanish is so complete there is shock and awe on the...

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Laurie Ireland & Edward Marlo
Bull's-Eye Coin Tricks by Laurie Ireland & Edward Marlo

Includes the Human Slot Machine and other guaranteed laugh jackpots, a modern line of patter for the Miser's Dream, a complete routine with a single coin, and tricks with coins of all sizes. Photographically illustrated.

Paul Fleming wrote:

This 28-page booklet is printed by the offset method from neatly typed manuscript; it is illustrated with 43 photographic reproductions (some of which are less clear than could be desired, and are not always in complete agreement with the text; and is bound in soft boards. It contains nine items by Edward Marlo, eleven by L. L. Ireland, and one by Paul Studham. ...

★★★★ $7.95
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Dave Arch
Capture the Coin by Dave Arch

You can almost smell the popcorn and hear the screams from the roller coaster as the magician unfolds the game board to demonstrate this seldom seen scam entitled Capture The Coin. With two coins placed on a checkerboard-like mat, the mark attempts to beat the game operator by moving in turn their coins one square at a time. If the mark successfully eludes the operator's coin from catching (moving into the same intersection of the lines as his), the mark wins. If the operator corners the mark's coin and then moves his coin into the same intersection of lines as the mark's coin, the operator...

★★★★★ $3
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Cameron Francis & Aldo Colombini
Cards and Coins Parade by Cameron Francis & Aldo Colombini

Ten routines with cards and coins.


  • A BOOK IS BETTER (Aldo Colombini): A selected card vanishes from the deck and reappears in a book at a page randomly selected by a spectator. Easy to do. No palming.
  • SHADES OF SILVER (Cameron Francis): An easy ‘shadow’ (assembly) coin routine using only four coins and your hands, with a backfire ending.
  • COIN WRAP (Aldo Colombini): A card is selected and replaced. You try to produce the selected card but you fail. Then, you decide to do a coin trick. You perform a couple of very strong transpositions with a copper and a silver coin. At...
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Casino Chip Miracle by Peki

This trick might become your favorite trick. You show spectators a green casino chip. And then every few seconds a new visual effect happens. The chips proliferate and migrate under your hands. They disappear and reappear somewhere else. They change color individually and for the climax all three chips change color.

You get a show routine by decorated magician Peki. Peki won with his manipulation performance many international first prizes and also two awards at the FISM World Championships.

This chip performance developed over 30 years of practice, has continued to capture the attention...

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Ken Muller
China Spice by Ken Muller

A unique coin routine similar to CSB, but using coins you already own. Using the enhancements of sway methods, these coins transpose in ways not possible with traditional moves. Two and then three coins handled by spectators jump from one hand to another, then from pocket to hand, and finally to a spectator's hand. These coins take on an international identity and cultural bias that is amusing and mystifying.

This is a multi-phase routine involving three different types of coins that goes far beyond a traditional C/S/B approach. A Kennedy Half, English Penny, and Chinese coin are used...

★★★★★ $8
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Sultan Orazaly
Chinese Nail by Sultan Orazaly

One of the popular magicians' coins is a Chinese coin with a hole. Imagine you are pulling a real nail out of the hole. Chinese Nail is a super visual effect that will add to your coin performance.

1st edition 2021, video 4 min.

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Giacomo Bertini
Classic Palm by Giacomo Bertini
"Within the inner circle of coin magic, the work of Giacomo Bertini has been known and respected for years." - Stephen Minch
Forget what you think you know about the Classic-Palm, and discover a brand new way to approach the most important coin sleight. This is Giacomo Bertini's most complete video tutorial on the "Classic-Palm. It includes details not previously explained.

1st edition 2020, length 10 min 20s.

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Eddie Joseph
Coin and Money Magic by Eddie Joseph

This must be the most "overlooked" coin magic book ever published. The material, by Eddie Joseph, is unusual and original. There are items for both close-up and stage work; sleights, flourishes and routines. In this illustrated volume you will discover thirty coin vanishes; twelve coin changes; forty-five new moves, tips and gimmicks; ten combination moves utilizing coins and matches and thirty-seven close-up tricks and routines. This material, available nowhere else, is a potential "goldmine" for the coin worker!

  • Introduction
  • PART ONE: Thirty New Ways of Vanishing a Coin
    • The Wrist Vanish ...
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Mark Stone
Coin Ditcher Gimmick: for vanishing coins by Mark Stone

Based on an old concept that has been seriously rethought to create a simple and practical device; it allows for complete vanishing of coin gaffs and regular coins of any size up to jumbo 3" coins.

  • Coins can be made to reappear after being vanished.
  • No jacket, cummerbund or long-sleeved shirt is required.
  • The Coin Ditcher is made using readily available, low-cost materials. It requires light metal cutting using a hacksaw or angle grinder. Once made it should last a lifetime.
  • Includes 71 pages of easy-to-follow, step-by-step crystal clear photos and instructions on how to make and correctly...
★★★★ $15
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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

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Gerard Zitta
Coin Games by Gerard Zitta

Two hands off and impromptu effects you'll do for the rest of your life at any moment notice, and every time you'll meet somebody because they are fun to perform, simple and practical.

"Man both routines are very very clever! I love them! Especially the heads and tails one!!! I definitely use them! Well done mate!" - Romanos, creator of GERTI/Silver swindle
This ebook is a combination of the simplest plots you can perform in Magic: HEADS or TAILS? and WHICH HAND? They can be done separately as well.

The routine:

Take your wallet and casually throw a $100 bill (or just $1...but...

★★★★★ $20
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Jose Castineiras
Coin Glass and Coins Across by Jose Castineiras

Jose Castineiras is an accomplish young magician from Spain. In this download video you will get the full performance and explanation of two coin routines, Coin Glass and Coins Across, as well as his innovative use of the muscle pass.

"Jose is one of my favorite coinmen: the best muscle-pass I've ever seen, the best technique and execution transferred to many his personal routine...Great!" - Giacomo Bertini

1st edition 2016, length 26 min

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Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph
Coin in Lollipop by Ralf (Fairmagic) Rudolph

A marked coin appears in an ungimmicked lollipop. This can also be done with a corner of a playing card, bills, and other small flat objects. You will also learn an impromptu version. The gimmick can be made in a few minutes.

1st edition 2020, video length 34 min.

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Jean Hugard
Coin Magic by Jean Hugard

Coin Magic by Hugard is a great and complete introduction to coin magic. It teaches all the important palms, transfers and utility moves. It is not as comprehensive as Bobo's Modern Coin Magic but quality wise it is on the same level. If you don't want to read the massive work of Bobo try this one by Hugard.

1st edition, 1935, Max Holden; reprint, 1972, D. Robbins & Co, New York; 88 pages.

    1. The Palm Proper
    2. The French Drop
    3. The French Drop - Variation
    4. The Pinch
    5. The Thumb Palm
    6. The Pick Up
    7. Changes
    1. Coin and Card
    2. The Melting...
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D. Angelo Ferri
Coin Magic (Barlotta) by D. Angelo Ferri

Barlotta's Coin Magic manuscript features his variation of Slydini's "Four Coins through the Table". He has eliminated the 'mid air Hang Ping Chen' movement and replaced it with a Slydini variation he sometimes employed. Dennis' objective was to give magicians interested in doing Slydini's "Four Coins" a method that is easier to do and is still completely constructed of Slydini technique. This manuscript also includes Slydini's "Vanishing Stack of coins", which he sometimes performed at the end of his coin routine, and Barlotta's "Six Coins under the Shaker Club", the idea for which he got while...

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Frederick L. Kraft & Arthur Kraft
Coin Magnetrix by Frederick L. Kraft & Arthur Kraft

This is number three of the Paul Diamond "Gems of Magic Book" series.

A sequel to Magneticoins, introducing more of the authors' novel creations, adaptations and presentations in the new and fascinating field of magnetic numismatic legerdemain.

  • Preface
  • Introduction
  • Phanto-Matic Card
  • Clipped
  • Midas' Magic Mint
  • Ectoplasmic Nickels
  • Magneti-Coin Monte
  • Follow The Arrow
  • Spectral Spectacle
  • Coin Teleportation
  • Copper-Ation Superlative
  • Handy Dandy
  • Exalted Coin
  • Okito Ultissimo
  • Numis-Magic Brain
  • Coin Flight
  • Capricious Coins
  • Glossary
  • Reference Tables

1st edition 1973, PDF 66 pages....

★★★★★ $10
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Mark Stone
Coin Rattle Gimmick 2.0 by Mark Stone

The Coin Rattle Gimmick provides the illusion of vanishing several real coins after having been shown placed and heard rattling inside the magician's hand.

The Digital Coin Sound System uses an inexpensive, readily available gimmick that imitates the sound of coins falling and spinning inside a coffee mug and then vanishing from the mug.

This thoughtfully developed system allows the magician to present the effect in short sleeves, with complete freedom, with nothing to palm and nothing to get rid of.

Includes 50 pages of easy-­‐to-­‐follow, crystal clear photos and instructions on...

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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...

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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...

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