Gozinta - Coin 2 Glass
Here's a baffling coin trick that's so easy to do it shouldn't be allowed!
For years, Houdini perfected techniques to escape from impossible locations.. He mastered the art and became a legend.
But few today know of another magician... Caught in Houdini's shadow..
Dr Gozinta rejected the mainstream... Instead he worked on getting INSIDE impossible locations rather than escaping from them..
Sadly, he ended his days penniless, unknown, and trapped inside a confined space... But his greatest discovery DID escape!
Two coins are held over glass, sitting on top of a traditional rubber pickling jar cover.. There's no way the coins can get inside...
You simply touch one of the coins and it will appear to melt right through the lid, falling into the glass with a satifying 'clink'. The moment the coin is seen to slowly push through the cover is a lovely magical moment.
The coin REALLY is inside the glass..
There are no switched or sleights involved!
Everything can be examined.. There are no cuts, slits, holes, or flaps in the cover. It's 100% complete.
You can use any glass or jar.
You can use any coins (We recommend using a silver colour coin and a copper coin for a great contrast)
Self Working and suitable for all skill levels and ages...
BE WARNED.... Pushing coins into the glass is addictive... You can easily waste hours doing it over and over again..
Workers: Gozinta makes a fun trick for magicians that want a mystery at the bar or to show friends, but it's great for any commercial situations when you want something interesting to be on show that sparks peoples interest...
Have it sat on your stand/table at a wedding exhibition
Brand the glass or use corporate logo tokens and perform this at a trade event.. Let them keep the glass with the token inside..
Have it set up anywhere you want a talking point....
What You Get
Gozinta comes with online video tuition to show you everything you need to know to get the MOST out of performing the effect. You get 4 cover sheets in the pack and a special link to order refill covers if needed. You just need to add a rubber band, a glass and a couple of coins.