Magic | Jokes | Books | DVD's | New Items
Minimum Order    USA: $100     Int'l: $200
Category
Category List
Menu
Solari Miser Miracle
Item Details
Solari Miser Miracle
Solari Miser Miracle
Item #: S20756
Unit: Each

You can only view pricing if you are signed into your account.

Product Image Gallery:

While holding a stainless steel bucket, the performer pulls a half dollar out of thin air with his free hand.  After dropping it in the bucket and asking the audience how many coins are in the bucket, an oversized half dollar jumps out of the bucket. Easy to perform, great for clowns and magicians and includes a giant half dollar and coin pail.  Click here for a video demonstration!


In Stock
Related Items
Psychic Card Paddle (Solari)
P20933
The classic Princess Card Trick on a paddle! Show a wooden paddle that with the same 6 different mini playing cards on both sides. Spectator mentally selects one of the cards. With a flick of the wrist, the mentally selected card has vanished!
In Stock

Misers Dream Glass - S.S. (FT)
17795 (M14-15-3)
Use the stainless steel glass to make coins appear or vanish.
In Stock

Recommended Items
People who bought this item, also bought these
Flosso Squirting Nickel
17616 (M9-4-2)
This nickel is actually capable of squirting water at people.
In Stock

Multiplying Sponge Balls
M12172
Turn one red sponge ball into four.
Out of Stock

Crocheted Balls - Wool over Plastic 1.5" (FT) - Pack of 12
C18068
Classic crocheted magic balls, 1 1/2". Wool over hard core (plastic). Pack of 12.
In Stock

Hugards Magic Monthly #1 - Vol 1, 2, 3, 4
BK12061 (L6-2-3)
These four issues teach hundreds of magic tricks.
In Stock

Easy Card Magic by R. Roy
BK10903 (L4-3-2.L16-1-4)
Rob Roy discusses over 30 easy-to-do card tricks.
In Stock

Living Arm - Black Glove Holding Hand
17357 (M12-1-3)
A lifelike plastic arm. The cut off Living Arm illusion is an amazing trick! Easy to put on and take off. It is the perfect costume accessory or ending to the old arm chopped off gag.
In Stock

An oversized half dollar will jump right out of the stainless steel 
bucket. Trick by Bob Solari.