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One: visual coin routine by MS

A visual one-coin routine. Produce and vanish a coin several times. You end clean with nothing to show in your hands.

1st edition 2011, runtime 6min 3s

★★★★ $7
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Only 3Fly by MS

Only 3Fly is one of MS' pet effects with 3 coins. The flavor of a fingertip coin across without any gimmicks or invisible assistant, just 3 coins, 2 hands and a coherent routining. Learn today a totally practical routine suited for walkabout and cocktail performances.

"A nice variation with just 3 coins. Definitely an effect worth learning and studying" - Marion Boykin

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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...
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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

★★★★★ $6
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Aldo Colombini
Ping Pong Routine by Aldo Colombini

A great routine with coins in different phases. The performer holding a Chinese coin and a silver one separately in each hand, joins them together in one hand. The Chinese coin is then placed in a small box whilst the silver coin remains in the hand holding a chopstick. The Chinese coin, as by magic, leaves the box and becomes impaled on the stick, while the silver coin is found in the box. The Chinese coin penetrates the stick, while each end is held by a spectator, and becomes free. Both the coins held again in the hand change places, penetrating the fold of a handkerchief. The routine is...

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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

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Devin Knight
Psychic Money Sense by Devin Knight

Designed for an intimate close up show, this experiment apparently shows that a spectator has an excellent psychic sense as he achieves an impossible outcome using three pay envelopes and some ordinary coins.

Apparently give a spectator psychic intuition. The magician shows three small coin envelopes. On the front of each envelope is attached a different coin. One envelope has a penny attached to the front, another has a nickel, and finally the last envelope has a dime. The magician says he has made a written prediction and points to it. It is on the table in full view. The coins on the envelopes...

★★★★★ $7
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Alan Rorrison
Pulled by Alan Rorrison

The Linking Rings effect is a classic of magic and for good reason: a direct and simple method coupled with the visual aspect of the props have made this a strong hold in most magicians' working arsenals.

So what is wrong with the original that a new one needs to be brought forth? Well, here are a few small points to take into consideration:

  • The old rings are too big for any real world worker
  • They are too expensive in most cases
  • Large rings simply look like a magic prop
  • The routine rarely has any motivation
  • People simply get bored of the routine
Pulled solves all these points and...
★★★★★ $16
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Jim Coles
Quick Change by Jim Coles

Offering to demonstrate a secret exercise that master pickpockets use to sharpen their skills, a small coin purse, a half dollar and a metal washer are given out for examination. The magician explains that the idea is to place the half dollar in the purse, which he does, and cause it to change places with the washer. The first time he merely rubs the washer along the bottom edge of the purse, yet when he brings his hand away it’s seen he’s holding the half dollar. The washer is dumped from the purse.

For the second phase, the half is placed in the purse and the washer is held at the...

★★★★ $6.99
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Ravi Mayar
Quick Tac by Ravi Mayar

Physically impossible! Show a sealed tic tac box, show a ten pence coin, then spit blow the ten pence into the sealed tic tac box and hand it out to the spectator.

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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...

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Giacomo Bertini
Revolutionary Coin Technique by Giacomo Bertini
"Giacomo Does some of the finest and most innovative magic I have ever seen." - David Roth

"On our recent European tour, Roth and I were fortunate to spend time with someone who has techniques that will ROCK the coin magic world." - Michael Rubinstein

"Bertini's coin magic is not like anything I have ever witnessed in well over half a century of doing coin magic. It is nothing short of incredible. It truly looks like 'real magic.' All of his techniques are ground-breaking and far more refined than anything I have ever seen anyone else do before." - Harvey Rosenthal

"Bertini is the...

★★★★ $20 $15
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Devin Knight
Roly-Poly by Devin Knight

Roly-Poly is one of the most commercial close-up tricks you can do, it is quick and easy to do. It's perfect when you have less than a minute to impress someone. I used this effect in my strolling restaurant gig for over seven years. This often got better response than some of my other effects. Kids love to watch this, and it always generates smiles and laughter. This was taught during my 2010 lecture tour and was well received by the magicians in attendance.

The effect is that you show an ungimmicked quarter (any quarter size coin can be used in foreign countries). You start rubbing the...

★★★★ $2
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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.

★★★★★ $4
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Rannie Raymundo
Sencillo by Rannie Raymundo

A super visual coins across routine.

The profits from the sales of this routine will go to various organizations that are helping victims of the earthquake in Si Chuan, China. Originally this routine was available for $15, but now Rannie has decided to make it free with any amount of donation. That is why the 'price' of this ebook is set to $1, the minimum donation. We hope that you will donate more than the minimum. To do that you only need to change the quantity in the shopping cart. Say you wanted to donate $15, the original price of the ebook, you would enter 15 as the quantity in the...

★★★ $1
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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

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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.

★★★★ $15
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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

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Peter Eldin
Silver, Copper, Brass Routines by Peter Eldin

Three Coin Routines using a Copper-Silver-Brass and "Visible Coin Thru" (Swadling) coin set

  • Routine One: Uses CSB set and a jumbo half dollar
  • Routine Two: Uses CSB set and Swadling coin (flipper) with Visible Coin Thru
  • Routine Three: Uses CSB and Visible Coin Thru (flipper and regular half) sets and a glass

1st edition 1985, 1st digital edition 2013.

★★★★★ $5
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Scott F. Guinn
Silverdusted by Scott F. Guinn

#2 in the Sit-Down Coin Magic series, this is one of Scott's most acclaimed coin routines. You introduce a saltshaker filled with “coin concentrate” (silver glitter). You sprinkle a little of the dust onto your obviously empty hand, squeeze, and a half dollar appears in your hand! You decide to demonstrate the special properties of this coin, making it vanish, reappear, penetrate the table, turn into a foreign copper coin and back to a half dollar! Finally, with a squeeze and a crumble, the coin dematerializes back into the shaker, and your hands are absolutely empty!

This routine is...

★★★★★ $10
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Vin Carey
Sleeving by Vin Carey

1st edition ~1940, PDF 14 pages.

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Scott F. Guinn
Sparring Partners by Scott F. Guinn

#3 in the "Sit-Down Coin Magic" Series, this double coin box routine is an absolute stunner!

Two small brass boxes with lids are shown empty. The lids are replaced. After a magic gesture, one of the boxes has 4 silver coins in it! These are dumped into a spectator's hand (they can be examined) and then replaced in the box. The lids are placed on both boxes. Suddenly, the box with the coins is empty, and the other box now holds the coins! Just as suddenly, the coins jump back to the first box!

Next, the 4 silver coins instantly and miraculously change to 4 copper coins! These copper coins...

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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

★★★ $6
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Brick Tilley
Spinning Coin by Brick Tilley

A large coin is made to spin on its edge around the inside rim of a metal basin.

This effect was popular over a hundred years ago with all types of performers both for parties and at outdoor venues. The high keening sound made by the coin attracts a large crowd of onlookers who become fixated by the combination of sight and sound.

You will receive both a PDF and a video.

1st edition 2019, 4 pages + video length 23s.

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