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20 Auspicious Wealth Coins

The Imperial Wealth Coins are used in many aspects of Feng Shui, and its main focus is to be used as an enhancer for wealth. These are quality brass coins which represent the most prosperous reigning periods of the Ching Dynasty in China. Can be used in wealth vases, wealth bowls, kept in an Ang Pow or even just put in a pile for you to enjoy it's auspicious qualities. Please go to the contact page for bulk orders and enjoy more savings.
  

20 Auspicious Wealth Coins



       




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