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Dragon Tortoise on Ingot

The Dragon Tortoise on Ingot brings forth career success and longevity. Popular with business people and executives and many like to put in wealth coins inside the ingot to increase the wealth factor about them. This item can be separated into two pieces, one as an open ingot and the other as a dragon tortoise on a bed of wealth coins. Combine these two as they already are and you'll be increasing your wealth too.
  

Dragon Tortoise on Ingot



       




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