A-to-Z guide to charms and symbols
As the millennium approaches, good luck charms and symbols are more popular than ever, whether for health, happiness, money, protection, or good luck. Here is a comprehensive alphabetical listing of those age-old charms, as well as the history and superstitions surrounding them. Black-and-white drawings help identify symbols related to precious stones, religious saints, animals, and even food.
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