Very well made in the USA!
A performer produces a brass coin box, wafer thin and a State Quarter. The performer requests that a random spectator open the box, and place the coin into the box either heads up or tails up while the performer’s back is turned. After the spectator has placed the coin in the casket and replaced the lid, the performer is asked to turn back around.
The performer is then given back the box and before the spectator can fully return the box to the spectator, it is instantly revealed which side of the coin is facing, upon removing the lid, the performers prediction is correct. This can be repeated as many times as you like.
There are no stooges, threads, magnets, external indications or peeking or switching.
You receive a precision turned brass coin casket, an ungimmicked State Quarter and instructions.
That coin casket, it’s the first thing in a loonnngggg time I’ve been impressed with. – Tom G.
Jake, you have a winner, I love it. Quality brass work and precision craftsmanship and very deceptive to boot. The more I play with it, the more ideas keep popping up. This is what I have worked up so far: – Marty