Lucky Wealth CoinsThe Wealth Coins are energized by a red thick thread. It is a powerful emblem of
wealth and prosperity. Note that the Yang side of the coins should always face up.
The Yang side has 4 characters. You can put a pair of these together to form a
'Luk' combination, meaning money would always roll in easily to you.
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