The Pass. — The pass has for its object the appar ent transfer of an article from one hand to the other. In making passes the same movement should not be frequently repeated, as this may excite suspicion and possibly lead to detection. It is hardly necessary to' remark that the diagrams represent the hands of the performer as seen by himself. Take the coin in the right hand, between the second and third fingers and the thumb (see Fig. Letting it.