Coin Magic Books are an essential part of ANY magician’s journey to becoming a truly great magician. Coin magic is astonishing, visual magic that your spectators will LOVE.
But where do you start? There are so many coin magic books out there that it can be hard to know which is THE best one for you. Well, we did the hard part and researched the top four books on coin magic, which we’ve listed in this blog post (so you can be sure you get the right one for you!)
- Number 4: Coin Magic The Complete Book of Coin Tricks by Jean Hugard.
- Number 3: Introduction to Coin Magic by Shiego Futagawa.
- Number 2: Geoff Latta The Long Goodbye written by Stephen Minch & Hobbs.
- Number 1: Modern Coin Magic by J.B. Bobo.
- Let’s get into it…
Number 4: Coin Magic The Complete Book of Coin Tricks by Jean Hugard
If you’re looking for a quick read this might be the coin magic book for you! At around 90 pages it’s certainly something you can easily get through on one particularly long bus ride…
The tricks themselves well… maybe that’ll take you longer than just the one bus ride. It’s a very detailed book despite the fact that it’s not as long as one might have expected. Some great tricks, well explained and relatively easy to learn once you begin to master the basics!
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Number 3: Introduction to Coin Magic by Shigeo Futagawa.
If you’re a beginner at coin magic like I am this is the book for you, always wanted to know how to get those cool effects? Well this Japanese wizard has certainly got your back- his name is Shiego Futagawa and this is his book introduction to Coin Magic.
It must be noted that this book was translated from Japanese but I didn’t even really notice until I looked the actual guy up myself.
It’s well diagramed, clearly explained and at 200 words a bit more in-depth than the previous book I noted.
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Number 2: Geoff Latta The Long Goodbye written by Stephen Minch & Hobbs.
As far as authorities on classic coin magic Geoff Latta has to be up there as one of the biggest! An underground legend, this exclusive book allows you insight into the techniques behind the magic. If you want to get ahead of the game and start your path onto becoming a real pro this is certainly the Coin Magic Book for you!
One of the great things about this book is that is delves not only into the sleights behind the magic but also the psychology. If you really want to fool people, oh and I know I do, this is certainly one of the most important aspects of magic. The best way to fool magicians is to genuinely do magic, but with their mind- deep I know… Look just buy the book and you’ll understand.
CLICK HERE to view The Long Goodbye on Amazon.
Now for number 1…
You’ve all been waiting for it, so here it comes!
Our number one Coin Magic Book is….
Number 1: Modern Coin Magic by J.B. Bobo.
Truly if you talk to anyone who has delved into the world of Modern Coin Magic you’ll always get the same answer, if you want a book that will tell you everything you need to know Modern Coin Magic by J.B. Bobo is the book for you!
There are as the extended title states: 116 Coin Sleights and 246 Coin Tricks in this wonderful extensive book.
Coin magic is such a wonderful thing because you can do it anywhere, any country, any place, any time. This book specialises in just that- no special apparatus just you a coin and lots of surprised and happy friends.
Another bonus I found with this book is that really it applies to any magician, whatever your level of experience might be- from basic concealments to complicated tricks it’s all here! It’s truly stood test of time and will get you well on your way to the master magician we all know is in you!
CLICK HERE to view Modern Coin Magic on Amazon.
So that’s our list of best coin magic books! We also have a similar list of the best card trick books that you should definitely check out if you’re interested in that area of magic too!
Get out there and wow your friends!
The Top 100 Magic Books: Of all time?
Don’t ask how long this took to write, it gives me headaches just thinking about it.
We’ve recently written an incredibly article on the top 100 magic books for magicians. It’s really informative and each book is amazing in it’s own right.
If you haven’t seen it yet I’m going to throttle it down your throat with a call to action link below…