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Modern Coin Magic

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Modern Coin Magic by J. B. Bobo

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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.

The revised and greatly expanded edition of this book is The New Modern Coin Magic.

1st. edition, 1952, Carl W. Jones, Minneapolis; reprint, 1982, Dover Publications, New York; 353 pages.

  1. Dedication
  2. Preface
  3. J. B. Bobo
  4. Acknowledgments
  5. Prologue-Of Coins and Conjuring
  6. Scot On Monie, 1584

    I: Coin Concealments
  7. The Classic Palm
  8. The Edge Palm
  9. The Thumb Palm
  10. The Downs Palm
  11. The Finger Palm
  12. The Front Finger Hold
  13. The Back Palm
  14. The Back Finger Clip
  15. The Back Thumb Palm

    II: Basic Technique
  16. The Bobo Switch
  17. Utility Switch
  18. One-Hand Switch
  19. Shaw-Judah Coin Switch
  20. The Click Pass
  21. The Coin Flip
  22. Change-Over Pass
  23. The Bottom Steal
  24. Producing a Coin from a Spectator's Clothing
  25. Taking Advantage of a Fumble

    III: Coin Vanishes
  26. Standard Vanish
  27. Simple Vanish
  28. Over the Top
  29. The Tunnel Vanish
  30. Thumb Palm Vanish
  31. The Drop Vanish
  32. The Bobo Coin Vanish
  33. The Slide Vanish
  34. The Illusive Coin Pass
  35. A Coin Vanish
  36. The Pinch Vanish
  37. Gone
  38. The New Era Coin Go
  39. The Flyaway Coin
  40. Behind the Back
  41. The French Drop (Le Tourniquet Vanish)
  42. The Reverse French Drop
  43. The Elusive Silver Dollar
  44. The Wrist Watch Vanish
  45. The Pulse Trick
  46. The Cranium Vanish
  47. Vanish with the Aid of a Handkerchief
  48. The "Heads and Tails" Vanish
  49. A Trio of Vanishes

    IV: Complete Coin Vanishes
  50. The Bobo Complete Coin Vanish
  51. Complete Thumb Palm Vanish
  52. Knee-zy Vanish
  53. Sucker Vanish
  54. Pocket Vanish
  55. With a Handkerchief - Number one
  56. With a Handkerchief - Number two
  57. With a Handkerchief - Number three
  58. In a Spectator's Pocket
  59. Bluff Vanish
  60. Sucker Bluff Vanish
  61. The Coin Fold
  62. The Envelope Vanish

    V: Quick Tricks
  63. Through the Leg
  64. Rubbed Through the Leg
  65. Through the Pocket
  66. Through the Hand
  67. Through a Handkerchief
  68. Double Penetration
  69. Pants Leg Miracle
  70. Half Dollar to Quarter
  71. The Charmed Coin
  72. The Coin of Metamorphosis
  73. Coin to Key
  74. Change for a Half
  75. Much from Little
  76. The Topsy Turvy Coins
  77. The Impromptu Mint
  78. Smart Coin Trick
  79. Impromptu Version
  80. The Switchover
  81. The Appearing Half
  82. Coin Production from Two Cards
  83. The Touch of Midas
  84. One to Four
  85. One to Six

    VI: Cuffing

    VII: The Art of Sleeving
  86. Delayed Action Sleeving
  87. Improved Method
  88. The "Pumpkin Seed" Vanish
  89. Reverse "Pumpkin Seed" Vanish
  90. The Catapult
  91. Judah Method
  92. A Unique Sleeving Move
  93. The Throw
  94. Kort Method
  95. Kirk Stiles Method
  96. A Method of Sleeving one of Several Coins
  97. Dr. E. M. Roberts' Method
  98. Loading
  99. Switching
  100. The Sleeve Pocket
  101. Tricks Using Sleeving
  102. Penetration
  103. Migration
  104. Transposition
  105. Devaluation
  106. Inflation
  107. Transformation
  108. Variation
  109. Dime and Penny for the Wiseacre
  110. A Novel Vanish and Reproduction
  111. The Vagabond Coins
  112. Splitting the Atom
  113. Change for a Dollar
  114. The Stratosphere Quarters
  115. The World's Fastest Coin Vanish and Reproduction
  116. Die to Dime
  117. Almost a Transposition

    VIII: Coins Across
  118. Copper and Silver Transposition
  119. Guess Which Hand
  120. Quarter and Half Dollar Transposition
  121. The Curious Nickel
  122. Two Pennies on the Leg
  123. The Inseparable Pair
  124. Coins in the Teeth
  125. The Drop Pass
  126. The Hippity Hop Half
  127. Rapid Transit
  128. Winged Silver
  129. The Flying Eagles
  130. Variation
  131. Three and Three
  132. Chinese Money Mystery
  133. Frank Drobina's Coin Routine
  134. Four Coins to a Glass
  135. The Traveling Centavos
  136. Miracle Coins to the Pocket

    IX: Coin Classics
  137. Coin Through a Ring
  138. Silver or Copper Extraction
  139. Copper Penetration
  140. The Expansion of Texture - Expanded!
  141. The Gadabout Coins
  142. The Three Coin Trick
  143. The Bent Penny
  144. Silver Extraction
  145. The Ghost of a Coin
  146. Coins Through the Table
  147. The Magical Filtration of Four Half Dollars
  148. The Sympathetic Coins
  149. The Al Saal Stratagem
  150. The Changing Change
  151. The Coin Roll
  152. The Downs Coin Star
  153. Roll Down Flourish with Four Coins
  154. Downs Eureka Pass
  155. "Eureka" Routine
  156. Rattle Box Routine
  157. Thieves and Sheep
  158. Just Pretend
  159. The Free and Unlimited Coinage of Silver
  160. Coins and Cards

    X: Coin Boxes
  161. The Okito Coin Box
  162. Coins Through Box and the Hand
  163. Okito Box, Coin and Handkerchief
  164. Routine with an Okito Coin Box and a Silk
  165. Silver to Copper with the Okito Coin Box
  166. The Half Dollars and the Okito Box
  167. The George Boston Combination Coin Box
  168. The German Coin Box
  169. The Paul Fox Coin Boxes

    XI: Trick Coin Trickery
  170. Squeeze Play
  171. Jimmy Valentine Picks a Lock
  172. Money Paper
  173. Almost a Transposition
  174. The Homing Coins
  175. The Circus Trick
  176. The 16c Vanish
  177. 85c Through the Table
  178. Copper and Silver Transposition
  179. Presto Chango
  180. The Inferior Coin
  181. Thieves and Sheep
  182. In and Out
  183. Up Their Sleeve
  184. Buddha's Coin
  185. The Stack of Quarters
  186. The Hook Coin
  187. The Magnet
  188. Sundry Gimmicked Coins and Tricks Therewith
  189. Nickel to Half Dollar
  190. Liberty Head Half and U.S. Penny
  191. The Ring Coin
  192. Short Changed
  193. The Marksman
  194. The Squirting Nickel

    XII: Shell and Folding Half
  195. The Shell Half
  196. Mystery with a Half Shell
  197. How to Make Money
  198. Three Questions
  199. Coin Through a Glass
  200. Perfected Coin Through Handkerchief
  201. 25c and 50c Transposition
  202. The Peregrinating Halves
  203. Coins Through the Table
  204. The Protean Coin
  205. The Sympathetic Coins
  206. The Modern Miser
  207. The Folding Half
  208. The Half Dollar in the Bottle
  209. The Magic Mint
  210. Biting a Piece from a Coin
  211. Coin Through a Card

    XIII: Stage Coin Magic
  212. A Comedy Coin Routine
  213. Coin in the Banana
  214. Coin in Ball of Wool and Nest of Boxes
  215. Flight Three

    XIV: The Miser's Dream
  216. T. Nelson Downs' Original Version
  217. Production of any Number of Coins at Finger Tips
  218. To Pass a Coin Through the Knees
  219. The Elusive Pass
  220. New Change-Over Palm
  221. Downs' New "Click" Pass
  222. Downs' New Fan Pass
  223. The Downs' Eureka Pass
  224. The "Turnover" with Forty Coins
  225. To Palm and Make the Pass With Forty Coins
  226. The Miser's Dream
  227. Perpetual Coins

    XV: The Stanley Collins Section
  228. T. Nelson Downs
  229. William J. Hilliar
  230. L'Homme Masque
  231. Allan Shaw
  232. Owen Clark
  233. Charles Morritt
  234. Three Coin Monte
  235. The Jumping Sixpence
  236. The Esscee Half-Crown and Wafers Trick
  237. Two Heads and a Tail
  238. The Esscee Front and Back Manipulation

    XVI: Routines

word count: 181981 which is equivalent to 727 standard pages of text

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