Place coin in center of paper. Figure 50.
Fold up bottom third of paper to cover coin. Figure 51. Fold down top third. Figure 52.
Grip right end of paper with thumb and first and second fingers of right hand. Figure 53.
Fold over left third of paper, and as you do so, turn paper up to vertical position and let coin slip down from center of paper to bottom near right hand. Figure 54.
Now fold over bottom or right-hand third with coin in it. Figure 55.
As the coin is in the rear fold and near the end of the paper, it can be easily slipped out from opening into right hand in Finger Palm position. Figure 56.
Tear paper into small pieces or burn it.
This is an excellent effect to work under artificial light and at such a distance from spectators that a fine black silk thread will not be visible.
Two empty glass tumblers are freely shown. Into one five palming coins or half dollars are counted one at a time. Performer holds this glass in his left hand and the empty glass in his right hand. Upon his command, a coin leaves the left-hand glass and drops into the right one. The coins are then counted and only four remain in the left glass. Magician continues to pass the coins from the left glass to the right until all five have passed over.
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