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Wealth Coin Set & Ang Pows

Each 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.
  

Wealth Coin Set & Ang Pows



       




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