20 Dragon CoinsThis is a set of 20 Temple Prosperity Dragon Coins, and is one of the best ways to bring in
wealth. Dragons are auspicious creatures, and having a pair of them on each coin will tap in
to the powers of the Dragon. To have at least 20 together would also mean that you are
'nurturing' young dragons, which is always a noble deed and thus will bring in the good
tidings for you from the Elder Dragons. Each coin is about 33mm in diameter.
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