88 Imperial CoinsEmperor coins are great wealth enhancers since they came from the most prosperous reigning periods of the
Ching Dynasty. This is a sale of 88 (EIGHTY EIGHT) emperor coins, and can be put in a wealth vase or your
wealth direction. Many asians who follow Feng Shui put a symbolic figurine on top of the coins (e.g. a
Dragon Tortoise, Emperor Scepter, etc.) to accelerate and multiply the effects. Each emperor coin is
about the size of a penny.
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