Effect: After displaying a glass and a handkerchief freely, the close-up artiste borrows a coin (or uses his own) and passes it right through the folded handkerchief placed on top of the glass, which a spectator is holding in his own hands. The effect is repeated.
This routine requires a gimmick that is not included with this PDF. The gimmick consists of a precision-made ring that fits a 10-Penny piece (or whatever coin you want to use) so exactly that, when placed in the folds of the enclosed handkerchief (which is folded so that twice the thickness of the cloth lies over the ring), a 10-Penny piece can be lightly pressed down in the ring and will stay there.
1st edition 1970; PDF 11 pages.
word count: 3275 which is equivalent to 13 standard pages of text