Crystal Money Chest by Owen Magic Supreme(c. 1990) (Submit Review) (Submit Update)
I’ve always loved the flash appearance of cold hard cash in a crystal casket, and I think audiences love it too! The first box I purchased was the 6″ square Crystal Casket by Ickle Pickle back in 2000 and I’ve tried various others since. My most recent performance was in 2012 with Dave Powell’s Victorian Balloon To Dove Chest, and although I really like the look of Dave’s chest, I found the remote feature temperamental. Luckily the manual release works perfectly every time 🙂
So recently when I saw a great deal on an original Crystal Money Chest by Owen Magic Supreme I had to leap on it. This is easily the best money chest on the market. Loading is a breeze – I loaded over 100 bills into this bad boy without issue. Try that on any other chest and you’ll struggle for sure. Although this is not a close-up item, I created a quick demo video to show how good it looks stripped right back with no frills. Now imagine in a real performance setting on stage with some music or patter and you have an utter miracle on your hands.
Highly Recommended for everyone who loves getting gasps from the audience!
Effect: A fine example of superb and astonishing visible magic to entertain not only the magician, but more importantly his audience. To fill with money to overflowing an obviously empty chest is sheer magic. A single dollar bill is tossed into the box and immediately, with no covering, is visibly transformed into a full chest of bills. The chest itself is constructed of crystal clear lucite trimmed with stainless steel. One performer was enabled to sell a million dollar endowment program with the utilization of this chest to enhance his discourse on the multiplication of invested wealth. The Crystal Money Chest is visible magic at its finest.
Approx. Price: $3300.00 (2018) ***Notice: I am not a dealer and this item is not for sale on this site. It maybe available in the links below or at our sister site: qualitymagicsales.com, but not from here so please do not ask.
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