A borrowed coin visibly penetrates the bottom of a clear glass. Kerching! Magic is rarely as direct and visual as this.
No gimmicked coins, no sleight of hand. The glass, the coins and the plate can be examined at the end. A very clever gimmick does all the work, letting you to focus on your presentation. If you can hold a coin, you can do this trick.
Perfect for school, church and youth workers who are looking for an easy astonishing trick they can slip into their pocket and perform anywhere.
Another professional quality effect from the master of Italian magic, Vincenzo Difatta.
Two coins are borrowed, a two pence piece and a penny. 'Thank you for your kind donation!' The two pence piece is placed onto a small metal plate and covered with an inverted drinking glass.
'The coin is now sealed behind a wall of glass.' The penny is tapped against the bottom of the glass, Tink - Tink - TINK! and the coin instantly and visibly penetrates the bottom of the glass, dropping next to the two pence piece on the plate.
Perform this effect for larger audiences, such as school assemblies by inviting a volunteer to the front to witness the 'miracle' close up. Using a borrowed glass and borrow coins makes this effect all the more impossible.
Illustrate dozens of biblical stories about money using this effect; from the Widows Mite to the parable of the Lost Coin, from paying taxes to Ceasar, 'Whose image is on this coin?' Mark 12:16 to the Sermon on the Mount. 'Are not two sparrows sold for a penny?' Matt 10:29
Other topics include the indwelling of the Holy Spirit 'You are a temple of God and the Spirit of God dwells in you?' 1 Cor 13:16 and inviting Christ into our hearts. 'That Christ may dwell in your hearts through faith' Eph 3:17.
Idioms can be used to link the effect to almost any message - 'A penny for your thoughts', 'Penny wise and pound foolish', 'A bad penny' and 'Pennies from heaven.' Easy and very visual coin magic. We're sure it'll become one of your favourite effects.
Comes complete with: Metal coin tray (9cm diameter) and written instructions. Use any ordinary small glass your choice of coins.