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Kang Xi Book

A humble man's paper note book accompanied by a Kang Xi Dragon Coin. The dual dragons on the coin represent prosperity and protection of the true of heart. The red on the book is the key to activating the coin. Can really be used as a small notebook or to keep in your bag, for "Only the just, shall receive inspiration".
  

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