The performer displays three rings, two thin ones and one wider, all made of quality brass. The two smaller ones are used to sandwich a piece of tissue paper to the larger one, forming a drum; paper covering the top and bottom of the larger ring. This is shown all-round, then the performer pops the paper open and dumps out 4 or 5 real half-dollars!
This is all done while the spectators watch or they can even form the drum-head themselves! That's right, they can assemble the whole thing, yet when you tear away the paper, you produce the coins.
May be used to produce a ring, silk hank or other small objects.
Beautifully machined by the craftsmen at Viking Mfg. Co. Copied but never equalled.