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Kuan Kong, Lord of War

Kuan Kong is one of the most famous military generals and is primarily used for protection against all forms of danger and bad luck. Such is his power, that even members of the police force as well as members of the criminal underworld will ask for his protection. To many, such is his power and skill, he is considered the God of War. This is a solid brass figurine of Kuan Kong in Repose, signifying strength and endurance even in repose. Can be used at home or in offices. He brings forth protection as well as aid for making the right strategic decisions to overcome your obstacles. The Kuan Kong figurine has been earth buried, a process to increase its potency.
  

Kuan Kong, Lord of War



       




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