Hugard, Jean. Money Magic
"A compete manual of the manipulation of paper money"
©1937 Max Holden; later reprint by Louis Tannen
Paper, stapled, 60 pages
Available as an eBook from Lybrary.com
Money Magic
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Comments (Joe Pecore): Good selection

Contents:

3 Introduction
4 Chapter I. Preliminary Preparation
4 a. The Insertion of a Bill into a Lemon or Orange
5 b. Insertion of One Fruit Into Another
6 c. Preparing a Duplicate Bill

7 Chapter II. Sleights
7 1. Palming
7 - a. Bill Crumpled Into Ball
7 - b. Palming Method 1
8 - c. Palming Method 2
8 - d. The French Drop
9 2. The Slide With a Folded Bill
9 3. Palmng From Left Fist
10 Switches
10 1. By Pure Skill
10 - a. The Palm or Finger Palm
10 - b  The Slide With a Folded Bill
11 - c The Baker Switch
11 - d. Trousers Pocket Switch
12 - e. Change of Envelope, Containing a Bill, by Sleight of Hand
13 2. By Means of Accessories
13 - a. With an Envelope
13 - b. With a Hat
14 - c. With a Thumb Tip
14 - d. The Cleft Stick
14 - e. Faked Match Box
15 - f. Switching An Envelope Containing a Bill
15 - g. Envelope and Blotting Paper
15 - h. Prepared Envelope

16 Chapter III. Vanishes. Methods of Making a Bill Disappear
16 1. By Sleight of Hand
16 - a. Sleight of Hand Method 1
16 - b. Sleight of Hand Method 2
17 2. With Accessories
17 - a. Envelope With a Slit in its Face
17 - b. With a Plain Envelope
18 - c. Another Way With a Plain Envelope
18 - d. With a Match Box

19 Chapter IV Impromptu Tricks with Bills
19 1. Novel Drinking Cup: drinking from a dollar bill
19 2. The Shrinking Dollar: illusion; not sure if this would work today
20 3. A Transposition: stunt with a $1 and $4 bill
20 4. Breaking a Pencil with a Dollar Bill: stunt
21 5. A Flying Bill: gag before paying a bill
21 6. A Divination: magician pulls crumpled bill out of a hat that matches bill selected
21 7. Another Divination: using facts about serial numbers (not likely true today)
22 8. Cigarette From a Dollar Bill
22 9. Green Silk From a Dollar Bill: false finger
23 10. Tearing a Bill: and restoring it
24 11. Cutting a Bill in Half: under cover of paper and unharmed
25 12. The Floating Bill: I.T.
25 13. A Magical Transfer: $1 and $10 bill transpose
26 14. Another Method: One to a Five
26 15. Multiplication: single bill multiplies to many
27 16. Bill as a Cigarette Lighter: Bill is burnt to light a candle, but restored
27 17. Bill Rubbed Into Elbow: and vanishes
28 18. Gali-Gali's Trick: Bill to paper
28 19. The Wandering Bills: four bills rolled into balls pass under a hat
29 20. Cups and Balls Routine with Bills: how to prepare the bills, an actual routine is not provided
29 21. Bill Number and Cards Correspond: cards and serial number match

30 Chapter V A Bill and a Cigarette
31 a. The Cigarette: how to switch, four methods described
32 b. The Bill: the switch
32 c. Vanishing the Bill: ideas
33 The Latest Version: no swtich required
34 A Stage Version: with a trick revolver

35 Chapter VI A Bill and a Lemon
36 Notes: ideas and suggestions
37 Rich Man Poor Man Begger Man Thief (Charles Waller): Charles' approach
38 Mirror Glass and Flash Paper Variation
39 Bill Lemon Egg and Walnut: walnut in egg in lemon; note has a comedy message
40 Bill and Grapefruit: stage version
43 A Bill and a Banana: amusing version

44 Chapter VII Miscellaneous Tricks With Bills
44 1. A Borrowed Bill Passed Between Two Cards
44 2. Bill Passed Inside a Playing Card
45 3. Quick change: $1 bill changes to coins valuing a playing card
46 4. A Bill is Burned (L.A. Winter)
46 Borrowed Bill Vanished and Found in Spectator's Hand
47 The Bill in the Candle
47 - a. Method 1
48 - b. Method 2
48 - c. Mechanical Candle, Stage Version
49 7. A Bill and an Egg
49 - a. Using a gimmicked pen
51 - b. Using a TT
53 8. A Life Saver and a Bill: Bill ends up in center of candy roll
53 9. Eight Bits: eight bits of paper turn into a dollar
54 10. Another Torn and Restored: non sleight of hand version
54 11. The Miser's Dream with Bills: how to fold
55 12. Mental Mysteries With Bills: performer calls serial number of selected bill
55 13. Transmission of Thought: using finger code
56 14. Two Bills From One: using special fold
57 15. Two Bills From One: a usage for the above fold
58 16. The Latest Bill and Lemon Trick (Dr. E.C. Cotelloe)
59 A Few Patter Suggestions


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