Wealth Coin Set & Ang PowsEach Auspicious Red Packet (Ang Pow) comes with 3 I-Ching Coins, and the packets are of high quality with
embossed/engraved emblems. Keeping 3 of them will form a San combination (new life/fortune), and the 9
coins forms a Kao (longevity). Each packet is similar to the 3 Wealth Coins w/ Red Thread in use and
purpose. This is the next advanced step up to increase your wealth. Place it near your work desk or where
you spend a lot of time (and in your wealth direction) to soak up its auspicious energies. Designs of the
Ang Pows may differ from picture but come from the same printing series.
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