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dschmunis

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I just got my first set of copper/silver coins and Metzer's booklet.

Any other sources/books to learn routines with this awesome gimmick?

Stay safe and stay healthy!
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Richard Kaufman's Coin Magic has a couple of excellent routines, one of which I have been doing for years. Bobo's has some as well, but none really strike a memory chord. You might also look up Curtis Kamm's Inferential... It's in Genii, if you have a subscription and access to back issues. Great routine!

Do you have a Sun and Moon set or just cop/sils? 

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Hi Anthony, thanks for the leads. I'll review RK's Coin Magic as well as Bobo and will look up Curti's routine in Genii.

Have both sets.

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I thought a few years ago someone had a C/S project Attack of the Copper Silver Coin.  I think Cameron Francis. 
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Roth's copper/silver routine is a classic. 

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There is Magic With a Copper/Silver Coin by Jerry Mentzer and the World's Greatest Magic DVD by L&L publishing titled Stack of Quarters and Copper/Silver Coin.
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Saw Mike's post above,Roth's Copper/Silver routine is on the DVD.
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Thanks everyone for contributing all these resources! Have Mentzer's book and will see to acquire World's Greatest video!

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As a rookie to coin nagic...I enjoyed Kainoa Harbottle's Coins 101 on Reel Magic Magazine. He has a couple different easy coppet silver routines.
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Hi Jim, thank you for the reminder. I started the first lesson but then got caught up on “other” routines and ideas....will go back to them!

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Kainoa Harbottle's booklet "Coinapalooza: International Deceptions" is a good source for some international coin work. It builds off of his book "Coins on Edge," and is mainly focused on the C/S coin, with 1-2 bits of non-gaffed work in there. It's not easy stuff, but if you're up for the challenge, I highly recommend it.
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I just got my first set of copper/silver coins and Metzer's booklet.

Any other sources/books to learn routines with this awesome gimmick?

Stay safe and stay healthy!
D


Here's my suggestion.

https://www.vanishingincmagic.com/close-up-magic-downloads/new-york-coin-magic-seminar-volume-2-copper-silver/
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Thank Ray... getting it now! 😉

Happy weekend!
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