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The Greatest Collection Of Coin Magic Ever Assembled
Dai Vernon referred to David Roth as the "greatest coin manipulator in the entire world." On these special double-length videos, David teaches some of the techniques that earned him not only accolades from the Professor but from magicians worldwide. This is visual, miraculous coin magic taught by one the greatest practitioners the world has ever known. Learn from the best-it's the ultimate!
Volume One - Magic with Copper/Silver Coins, Shells, Folding Coins & Specialty Gaffs In this volume, David Roth presents the ins and outs of some of the most popular gaffed coins: their history along with their proper use and care, in addition to some innovative uses. And, of course, you'll also learn some dynamite magic.
Volume Two - Magic with Coins & Silks/Magic with the Okito Coin Box In this volume, David Roth performs and teaches a variety of routines that combine coins and silks. Penetrations, transpositions and changes-it's all visible, elegant and easy to do. Also, learn the miracles possible with an Okito Coin Box from one of its masters-the various kinds of boxes, their history, their applications-and most of all, some amazing magic!
Volume Three - Classic Showpieces/Live In Sacramento In this volume, David Roth performs and teaches four of his most famous routines-the magic that he used to forge his reputation-and also, four brand new routines, each as powerful as any of his other magical creations.
Volume Four - Dinnertable Coin Magic/Coin Flourishes, Stunts & Wagers In this volume, David Roth performs and teaches wonderful coin magic suitable for performance in a dinner setting using props one might find on a typical restaurant or dining room table. Also, David teaches elegant coin flourishes for all skill levels, followed by a number of stunts and wagers with coins that are guaranteed to fool your friends.
- Copper/Silver Transposition - The ultimate version of a time-honored classic!
- Presto Chango — A startingly visual quickie where two coins—one copper, one silver—go through some miraculous changes that will leave your audiences breathless.
- Chinatown Half I & II — Two fantastic methods for the classic transposition between a Chinese coin and an American half-dollar.
- A Coin Prediction — A standard gaffed coin is used for a mentalism miracle.
- Coins Across with Shell — Perhaps the ultimate version of the Winged Silver plot as four coins magically travel from one hand to the other and finally, to the spectator's closed hand!
- Photo Coins — A tiny, blank piece of photo paper, initialed by a spectator, is sandwiched between two coins and develops an image of a selected card.
- Coins Through Glass — A visual penetration of a coin straight through the bottom of an ordinary drinking glass.
- Coins Through Table — A virtually sleight-free version of a coin magic classic!
- Half and a Quarter — A visual stunner as a quarter, passed beneath a half-dollar, visibly changes into another half. It then changes back—and everything can be examined!
- Perfected Coin Through Handkerchief — A version of the classic effect that will even fool magicians.
- Magic Mint — A half-dollar magically appears alongside a previously displayed quarter. The half is put away and then the quarter magically changes into still another half-dollar.
- Coin In Bottle — A classic of magic with a Roth-style ending. A half-dollar is magically passed into a bottle. The coin is removed by turning the bottle inside out—which is proven by the fact that the bottle's label is now on the inside!
- Coins Through Table — A visual stunner as the coins not only pass through the table but visibly vanish as they hit it.
- Biting A Coin — Learn David Roth's handling of a visual illusion that David Blaine made one of the most talked-about effects on his television special.
- Scotch And Soda — Every magician has this coin set. Now learn its proper use.
- Dime And Penny — An overlooked effect. Let David show you its true magical potential.
- Copper/Silver/Brass — The classic transposition of three dissimilar coins that ends with a stunning climax in the spectator's hand.
- What's more — you end clean!
- Stack Of Quarters — One of the oldest coin effects in magic history, yet it still packs a wallop! Learn David’s handling of the classic Cap and Pence.
- Cigarette Through Quarter — A coin effect that still stuns audiences and David Roth's handling is perhaps the most streamlined version ever devised.
- Eraser Coin — One of David Roth's most innovative effects. The performer visibly rubs away pieces of a coin with an ordinary eraser and finishes by erasing one entire surface.
- Karate Coin — Thrust your finger straight through a half-dollar and then restore it—and you start and end with a completely examinable coin!
Okito Coin Box
- A Coin & Silk Routine — an elegant routine where a coin is magically produced from a handkerchief and is then passed straight through it.
- Breast Pocket Coin Vanish - a great utility vanish that can be used on its own or as an addition to an existing routine.
- Coin Through Ring 1 and 2 — a coin is twisted into the middle of a handkerchief and a borrowed ring is theaded on, which is then magically removed. Two versions are taught with one suitable for performance in even a large venue!
- Tactile Coin Through Silk — a spectator pushes a coin straight through an ordinary handkerchief. A subtle and ingenious method makes this an incredibly clean and powerful piece of magic.
- Novel Coin Vanish — a coin, fairly folded into a handkerchief, instantly vanishes when the handkerchief is opened out. Two methods are taught with the second happening while the spectator holds the handkerchief!
- Buckley Bag Appearance — a coin visibly appears inside a folded handkerchief that was openly displayed.
- Rip-O — a coin, twisted into the middle of a handkerchief, is visibly cut out with a knife, yet the handkerchief emerges unharmed.
- Tenkai’s Magical Filtration — A beautiful piece of magic from one of magic’s legends. A coin vanishes and then audibly reappears in a folded handkerchief held by a spectator.
- Copper/Silver Extraction — Two coins—one copper, one silver—are twisted into a handkerchief. The copper coin is magically extracted through the hank and then replaced the same way. The silver coin is also extracted through the hank and then everything is examined. A classic remodeled with the Roth touch!
- The Original Vanishing Coin — you’ve heard of the oldest trick in the book? Well, this is it! Learn one of the world’s oldest—and best—ways to vanish a coin while the spectator is holding it!
- Coins Through Silk — David Roth's version of an effect made popular by Michael Ammar. Coins pass mysteriously and visibly through a sheer scarf.
- E. Brian MacCarthy Coin Vanish — a brilliant and innovative vanish of even a large coin from a handkerchief. Two handlings.
- History of the Okito Coin Box - he Standard Turnover, David Roth's Variation, Louis Tannen Turnover, Two-Handed Turnover, Roth's Method, Table Turnover, One-Handed Turnover, Frank Thompson Turnover, Steal #1, Final Turnover, Standard Method, Method #2, Empty Box Turnover, Steal with More Coins, Roth's Final Turnover, The Roth Moves, Click Pass Move, Click Pass #2, Click Pass #3, Stealing a Copper Coin, Bold Steal, Variation of Bold Steal, Edge Grip Steal, Rim Steal, 4-Coin Steal, Slanted Variation, Scoop Stack Rim Steal Switch, Scoop Stack Variation, More Roth Moves, Friction Steal, Lid Load, Picking Up Lid, Coin Underneath, Sleight-of-Hand Steal, Classic Palm, Finger Palm, Edge Palm Steal, The Boston Box, Rim Steal with Boston Box, Producing Coins with, Boston Box, Shuttle Pass Box Switches, David Roth Box Switch, Spellbound Box Switch, Bobo Box Switch
- Out With Four - Four coins are magically extracted from a brass box one at a time.
- Out With Five — Four coins pass out of and back into the box invisibly.
- Okito Copper Silver — The classic transposition as silver and copper coins magically change places even when placed into a metal box.
- Okito Triple Change — Coins change places before changing into completely different coins altogether!
- Okito Box Through Hand — Four coins are placed into a brass box which is balanced on the back of the performer’s hand. The coins penetrate both the box and the hand. The effect is repeated. Finally, the coins remain on the performer’s hand and the box visibly penetrates!
- German Box & Cups — Combine coin boxes and paper cups and you get this very visual and amazing vanish and reappearance of four half-dollars.
- The Funnel — How do you pass four half-dollars into a tiny bottle? By using a funnel, of course. Unfortunately, the coins shrink to a minute size in the process. However, all is well when the coins are dumped out of the bottle and return to their normal size.
- The Planet — A small one-inch globe and four half dollars are shown and, one at a time, the first three coins magically transform into coins from different countries. The fourth coin is initialed by a spectator and nested among the three foreign coins. The four coins vanish and are found (including the marked coin!) inside the globe.
- The Sleeve — The performer explains how his magic accomplished—with sleeves! An actual empty jacket sleeve is shown and placed on the table. A half-dollar is produced from the sleeve and then vanished, only to reappear in the sleeve. This is repeated until the performer offers another explanation: he uses mirrors. A pocket mirror is then produced from the sleeve. Following a magical sequence where a coin’s reflection in the mirror becomes reality, the coins and mirror completely vanish. For the spectacular ending, a giant coin is produced from the sleeve.
- The Rainbow — A small plastic rainbow is shown and a half-dollar is passed near it. When the performer opens his hand, the silver coin is now blue! A second coin is passed near the rainbow and becomes yellow. A third coin becomes tri-colored. As a finale, a pot of golden coins is magically found, where else but at the end of the rainbow!
- The Coins & Silk Routine — A magical interlude where four coins are produced one at a time from a silk handkerchief and just as mysteriously, vanish all at once. To end, the coins are once again produced from the handkerchief. A remarkably clean and thoroughly entertaining routine.
- The Champagne Glass Concealment — Leave it to David Roth to discover a remarkable secret about champagne glasses that allows you to perform devastating coin magic. Learn the Coins Across routine David uses to illustrate this new principle and you’ll have a new, powerful weapon for your coin magic arsenal
- Purse Frame Wild Coin — Coin magic at its most visual. A purse frame is shown with empty hands and a blank coin is removed from the bagless purse. The blank coin is then magically minted into a copper coin. A second blank coin is removed from the purse frame and is minted into a silver coin while a third is minted into a gold coin. A spectator freely selects one of the coins and holds it in his closed hand. Yet another coin is removed from the purse frame and is magically changed into the spectator’s selected coin. The spectator opens his hand to reveal that the coin he was holding has changed into a blank coin!
- The Rubber Coin — A coin and a small rubber ball go through all sorts of magic adventures including transposing from hand to hand and even passing through the table. For the climax, the ball and the coin fuse together to create an impossible object...a rubber coin!
- Coins Through Table #1 — A classic of magic! Four coins travel one at a time right through a solid tabletop.
- Coins Through Table #2 — In this version, four coins penetrate the tabletop at the same time. A startling visual illusion.
- Coins To Cup — Coins travel one at a time from the performer’s hand to a coffee mug held in the other hand.
- Coin & Glass Through Table — The classic with a Roth twist. A coin is covered by a napkin-wrapped glass as the performer attempts to make the coin pass through the table. However, the glass penetrates the tabletop, taking the coin with it.
- Weeping Coin — The performer squeezes water out of a solid silver coin and immediately hands it out for examination. David includes a nice Michael Skinner finesse that makes this even more magical.
- Napkin Ring Coin Vanish — A seldom-seem, baffling coin vanish right from the repertoire of T. Nelson Downs.
- Dime In Sugar Packet — a borrowed dime vanishes, only to be found sealed in a sugar packet that was in plain sight all the time. A reputation maker!
- Cold Coin — The performer changes an exotic coin into an American half-dollar, claiming that it changed places with a coin in Tibet. To prove the claim, the coin is dropped into a spectator’s hand and is discovered to be ice cold! A tactile coin effect that your audiences will never forget.
- Napkin Coin Vanish — A clean and simple vanish of a coin that has withstood the test of time.
- Chanin’s Coin Production — The performer produces a continuous stream of half-dollars from a napkin, ending with the production of a giant coin. A delightful routine that’s surprisingly easy to do!
- Vanishing Dime In Shot Glass (performance only) — A dime vanishes from underneath an overturned shot glass and reappears inside in a most mysterious way.
- Free & Unlimited Coinage Of Silver — Coins, coins everywhere! The performer discovers a continuous supply of half-dollars under various articles—salt and pepper shakers, plates, glasses, etc.
- Vanishing Coin In Water Glass — A classic that still stuns audiences! A coin held under a handkerchief is dropped into a glass of water by a spectator...and vanishes without a trace!
- Coin Flourishes, Stunts & Wagers - The Coin Roll, The Flip-Over Flourish, The Coin Roll-Down, The Swivel Pivot, The Elbow Catch, The Elbow Catch Vanish, The Coin Star (two versions), Dime For Every Quarter, Squeeze Play, Coins In Glass, Match On Nickel, Coin On Plate, Coin Hitting Plate, Scratch, Coin Cross, Coin Triangle, Holding Change, Quarter On Edge, Calling Heads Or Tails