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T. Nelson Downs - Modern Coin Manipulation

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T. Nelson Downs - Modern Coin Manipulation

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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.

Table of Contents
page page
CHAPTER I.
T. NELSON DOWNS, "KING OF KOINS."
An appreciation and outline of his career by W. J. H.
CHAPTER II.
"THE MISER'S DREAM."
Description of the act
Continuous Fron and Back Hand Palm
Latest improvements in connection with same
Method of getting first stack of coins into hat
The apparent "catching" of the coins
Passing coin through bottom of hat
Passing coin through side of hat
Coin thrown in the air and invisibly caught in hat
Manner of getting a second load into hat
Method for continuing the "catching" after second load is exhausted
Production of any number of coins at finger tips
To pass a coin through the knees
The "Elusive" Pass
New "Change Over Palm"
Downs' new "Click" Pass
Ten coins passing into tumbler
Downs' new "Fan" Pass
Downs' "Eureka" Pass
The "Turnover" with 40 coins
Three distinct methods of palming coins at the same time
To palm and make the pass with 40 coins
To produce same in a shower from the vest
CHAPTER III.
A SERIES OF ABSOLUTELY NEW AND ORIGINAL COIN VANISHES AND PASSES.
Methods for causing the disappearance of one coin
With the aid of a piece of hair
Vanishing coin from handkerchief
Coin vanish with the aid of the vest
Disappeareance of a coin while lying on the table
Coin vanish with the aid of the outside of sleeve
Coin vanish with the aid of the trousers pocket
Novel pass with a coin
New back palm idea
The sleeve vanish
The sleeve vanish in conjunction with back palm
The coin and tumbler
Novel adaption of the "rattle box" idea
A rapid pass with six coins
Disappearing pile of coins
CHAPTER IV.
MISCELLANEOUS COIN TRICKS, ILLUSIONS, AND COMBINATIONS.
The equilibrium of silver
To pass 20 coins from one hand to the other
Quadruple coin
Gold versus silver
The transmutation of metals
Vanishing coins from goblet
Multiplying coins (sleight-of-hand method)
New coin production from bare hands
The money-producing cigarette
The coin of Phoenix
New money-producing card
The marvellous transit of coins
Novel appearing coin
The new crystal target
The flying coins
The "Downs" goblet of mystery
The mysterious claret glass
Magnetized coins
The demon goblet
The silver question
Handkerchief as money producer
New money-producing candle
The dematerialization of 30 coins
Coin passing through a table, &c
The crystal coin ladder
The travelling coin
The sixteen to one silver trick
The fusible coins
CHAPTER V.
MECHANICAL DEVICES FOR PERFORMING "THE MISER'S DREAM."
Coin with wire loop
Coin with attachment for first finger
Single spider "fake"
Single spider "fake" (differently constructed)
The "Hilliar" coin spider fake
Coin holders
New coin dropper for hat
Coin caught on rim of the hat
Apparatus enabling performer to easily palm 50 coins
New vest coin dropper
New vest coin dropper (differently constructed)
CHAPTER VI.
ADDITIONAL COIN TRICKS.
The coin of Mercury
The coin cornucopia
The obedient coins
The coin and paper tube
An old trick improved
A good coin trick
To tell date on borrowed coin
Entirely new pass with 25 coins
The new glass coin jar
The winged coin
New coins and die
CHAPTER VII.
Koincluding observations

 

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