Emperor Coin TassleThis is a great way to attract wealth. The impressive Emperor Coin Tassle are great wealth enhancers as
coins from the reigning and prosperous Ching Dynasty period are used. You can hang it by your door
way/entrance or even use it as an bookmark for your account book. For those who are familiar with flying
star Feng Shui, the Coin Tassle can be used as a strong Metal Cure for the #5 Yellow Star. The Mystic
Knot at the top is there to activate it as well as amplify the abilities of this item. From the top of
the mystic knot to the end, it's length is about 20 inches.
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