The effect of a magician being able to continuously produce coins from thin air has huge appeal on an audience. The trick has been performed for many years the world over by the greatest magicians. Commonly known as 'The Miser's Dream', it's a routine that has many methods and accordingly requires various levels of skill.
This is Bob Solari's Miser Miracle, a prop version that enables the magician to apparently produce an infinite number of coins with a minimal skill level. The coins are all seen as they're individually produced, then heard as they drop into a metal bucket. That's a great trick in itself, but with Solari's routine there's a kicker finish - having dropped numerous coins into the bucket, the magician requests a spectator cups their hands ready to catch the coins - the bucket is tipped up, but all that falls from it is a single giant coin. Both bucket and giant coin can be left with the spectator for examination.
A great effect, a magical routine and a surprise finish.
You're supplied with the metal bucket, giant coin, special gimmick and written instruction.