|Sort by: Product Name+ Author||Listed||Price|
Matrix OpenerAlexander de Cova
A clever gimmick that allows one to secretly introduce four coins singly from a deck of cards.
Al Schneider's Matrix is a classic. It didn't take long for magicians to invent ways to produce the four coins from the deck. Notable contributions stem from Ray Mertz, Don England, Paul Harris, Nick Einhorn, Michael Broden and others.
With this humble contribution, Alexander de Cova joins the row and offers a version to produce the coins singly from the deck in the course of an Ace cutting routine.
Of course, there are many variations and handlings possible with this gimmick. Play around and find your...
$15to wish list
Matrix ReloadedStephen Tucker
Four laminated cards are shown to each bear the image of a coin. (Included are images of cards bearing either 50p coins or Kennedy half-dollars).
They are tabled, one at each corner of your mat or, if strolling, one on each of four up-turned palms. The coins on three of the cards vanish and appear on the fourth card - in true matrix fashion. Then the four images are shaken off the card into reality. This leaves you with four double blanks and four real coins!
If you like, you can now perform your favorite coin-matrix with the 'real' coins using the blank cards as covers.
$12to wish list
Medium SpaceSultan Orazaly
★★★★★ $9to wish list
Metal MorphasisAlan 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...
$10to wish list
Michael Gallo: The Dynasty ContinuesMichael Gallo
Michael Gallo has developed some of the most memorable coin and close-up routines available. This download video proves it. This is mind-melting close-up, performed before an impromptu audience then taught by Mike Gallo in detail.
Sherlock Mike's "Case of the Mysterious Penetration": This routine uses three silver coins, a card box, and a glass. Mike places the card box on top of the glass, proceeds to place a coin into one hand, which then penetrates through...
$29.50to wish list
Forget for a moment what you know about classic theory, and discover a different way to look at misdirection, particularly in the world of video clips and zoom meetings. Bertini demonstrates how this applies to coin magic, but the concept remains valid for any type of close-up magic.
1st edition 2020, video 3 min 50 sec.
$5.95to wish list
Milestone in Coin MagicFred C. Baumann
This ebook brings the art of sleeving into reality, and combined with his new approaches to old sleights and many sleights, which have never appeared in print, make this treatise on coin magic one every magician should have in his library.
Fred Baumann, who through Tannen's Stars of Magic series has released his "Metalogic," Magic Spoon Bending, which has already become a classic. This was followed soon after by his "Magician's Dream," an unbelievable coin vanish. This ebook imparts his many new ideas and routines of all practical magic on coin assemblies, vanishes and productions. Also in...
★★★★★ $10to wish list
Miser's MiracleJerry 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
★★★★★ $6to wish list
Mixing It UpJohn Gelasi
Four new effects using cards and coins.
"Good stuff! I really like the quarter trick ("25 Cents")." - Cameron FrancisMeet Chip: A fun, easy, and commercial routine with a signed poker chip.
A Chance Meeting: It's gambler vs. mentalist vs. magician time - hold on to your hats, people.
25 Cents: You predict a randomly chosen coin; simple but effective coin magic to liven up any card act. Includes a great variation by John Carey!
It's Still a Mystery: My short, snappy approach to the mystery card plot, inspired by Paul Gordon and John Carey. ...
$8to wish list
Modern Coin MagicJ. B. Bobo
Some regard this book as the bible of coin magic. And it is indeed packed with moves and tricks. To be precise, there are 116 coin sleights and 236 coin tricks. If you consider adding a coin trick to your program look no further. This is the book for you. Any other book about coins references this one.
Paul Fleming wrote:
This is a book to delight the hearts of amateur magicians which means, of course, most members of the magic fraternity - because nearly all of the performing done by amateurs is, almost inevitably, close-up, impromptu magic; and coin conjuring lends itself particularly well to that...
★★★★★ $8.50to wish list
Modern Coin ManipulationThomas Nelson Downs
Learn coin magic from the best coin manipulator ever - the "King of Koins". T. Nelson Downs' original "Miser's Dream" is still unsurpassed. He invented many other new and innovative moves. The unique feature of this book is that it includes many photos of the hands of Downs detailing every important sequence in a move. He also offers helpful tips on presentation, patter, and other techniques. Another excellent book by T. Nelson Downs is The Art of Magic.
1st edition, 1900?, Hamley Brothers, London?; 1999 reprinted under the title "Classic Coin Tricks" by Dover Publishing, New York; 244 pages.
★★★★★ $4.50to wish list
Mojo Boogie BoxesBob Farmer
A three-phase, coin box routine with no difficult sleights. Perfect for the magician who doesn't do coin magic but wants to add an astounding effect to the repertoire. Can be performed close-up and surrounded. Included is Bob's "Beat the Devil" bizarre patter story.
You will need one Boston Coin Box and two Okito Coin Boxes to perform this routine.
M.D. "A blast to play with ... I have been having so much fun ...."
R.R. "... (The routine is) a classic, down to professional quality patter."
D.S. "A real nice piece of work ... great ideas and routines ... I ... was quite impressed...
★★★★★ $9.50to wish list
Moments: close-up magic with cards and coinsPeter D. Harrison
18 close-up card and coin effects plus extras taught. Over 145 pages of in-depth instructions with colour photographs. First in a series of new ebooks.
Some praise for effects included in Moments:
"Peter is the real deal. Buy everything this man sells!" – Justin MillerTricks:
Catalyst Got Your Tongue?...
★★★★★ $15to wish list
Money MagicWill Blyth
Entertaining tricks and amusements with coins.
From the introduction:
This volume has been subdivided into three parts. The first part, comprising tricks necessitating special coins or apparatus, will involve a little outlay. This outlay, however, is not a big item, and a few shillings spent at one of the conjuring depots, whose addresses are to be found among the advertising matter in this book, will place the reader in possession of some really effective tricks. That is, provided the performer carefully follows the detailed workings given in the book; he should then be able to amuse...
$8to wish list
Change a lighter into a box of matches; transform a silver dollar into a watch. Here’s a collection of eight dazzling close up transformations sure to elicit appreciative gasps from any audience. And the best part? They’re all relatively easy to do. Add some visual zip to your next performance and really make them sit up and take notice.
Hot Sqeeze - Your lighter doesn’t work but your solution is simple: Change the lighter into a full box of real matches.
Silver Press - Show a ball of metal, mash it between your hands, and it becomes a silver dollar. A hyper visual feat that’s...
★★★★★ $9.95to wish list
Morritt Purse SwindleBrick Tilley
Charles Morritt was able to hold the entire theatre audience spellbound with what was, in essence, a pocket trick. After inviting two members of the audience onstage he would allow them to figuratively change places, thus transcending and descending their social classes using only two purses and four coins. Two copper coins, held by the "workingman", and two gold coins, held by the "uppercrust", change places while being held in purses by each witness. This updated version replaces much of the skill required by substituting gimmicks that can easily be made at home, while retaining the powerful...
$10to wish list
PDF & MP4
My Best To You: CoinsScott F. Guinn
This is Volume Two in the "My Best to You" series. Containing 13 gems of coin magic excerpted from Scott's long out of print books, this material has been edited and updated, with loads of tips, finesses, new handlings, and additions that weren't in the originals.
$22.50to wish list
Mysterious Cross of IndiaDaryl Easton
★★★★★ $5to wish list
New Jackpot CoinsAl Koran
This was one of Al Koran's popular routines, and a hit on T.V. and during his cabaret and stage performances. It is baffling yet easy to do and, more important, it employs apparatus with immediate appeal to everyone ... money! Al worked the effect continuously and this is the professional presentation he used. The apparatus consists of cloth bag looking like those used by banks and several coins. The effect develops in three stages as follows:
1) A spectator reaches into the bag of money and grabs any number of coins. Miraculously you...
$10to wish list
Ninja Coin & Ninja KeyChad 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
★★★★★ $6to wish list
None of the Above: one coin routineScott F. Guinn
None of the Above is Scott F. Guinn's anytime, anywhere coin routine that uses just one coin and nothing else; no extra coins, no tricky coins, no gimmicks, no secret utility devices. (The only utility device required, if you want to call it that, is that you must be wearing a shirt or jacket with a left breast pocket.) It includes the complete, commercial con man/hustler-themed storyline that will hook your audiences and reel them in. Like all of Scott's books, the writing is thorough, understandable, and conversational, accompanied by clear and helpful photographs.
From the introduction: ...
★★★★★ $10to wish list
NP TechniqueDeepak Mishra
One advanced coin move - three awesome applications
NP technique is a coin move with three applications:
1st edition 2014, length 14 min 40 s.
★★★★★ $6.95to wish list
Okito Box Teach-InLewis Ganson
In 1911, Okito was in partnership with Joe Klein in a magic shop on Broadway, New York. Joe suffered from indigestion and kept his boxes of pills in a drawer in the shop. Okito often handled the pill boxes and noticed that the lid would fit on both bottom and top and in each case, the box looked the same. He had some made up in metal instead of cardboard, of such a size as to take coins and so the "Okito Coin Box" was born. Since they were first marketed by the Bamberg Magic and Novelty Company, dealers all over the world have manufactured and sold these boxes. Different ideas have been incorporated,...
★★★★★ $9.50to wish list
Okito Coin Box RoutinesLeo (Mohammed Bey) Horowitz
One of the best works on the Okito coin box including moves and routines.
1st edition 1963, 53 pages; 1st digital edition 2016, 42 pages.
★★★★★ $4to wish list