Never saw Fred work close up for laymen.
I do remember one funny sequence. Fred had done Driebeek's Tosheroon (where a face up deck is on the table and a coin is placed on the face card of the deck--hands waved over the deck and the card, under the coin, changes to the chosen card). Anyway, a layman was watching (I think this was at a cafe in Paris) and Kaps, with a card "palmed" suddendly had this gentleman reach forward and exclaim something like, "That was a miracle, let me shake your hand!"
You never saw anyone do the palm exchange from one hand to another faster, or better!
Back to the question, I would assume his staples, being the Floating/Dancing Cork, Gypsy Curse, Pat Page's Easy Money and Pat's great cards to pocket, Cups and Balls and various coin routines, like his marketed one with the Chinese coins and his card to wallet would be the one's he would most use.
Parlour type stuff we've all seen on tv, His counting money ala 11 Card trick. He also did a great version of the linking rings.