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Two Gold Ribbon Wealth Coins

One of the best wealth attractors is the combination of three Chinese coins tied together with gold ribbon. They symbolize an inexhaustible source of income and are one of the essential ingredients in a wealth vase. Both the shape of the coin and the number of coins used here symbolize the powerful, auspicious union of heaven, earth and man. This item is in a pair (2), both for you or you can give one to a friend.
  

Two Gold Ribbon Wealth Coins



       




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