Fort Knox Milk Chocolate Gold Coin Bags - 18 / Box

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Fort Knox Milk Chocolate Gold Coin Bags - 18 / Box



  • Item #: 5269
  • 18 / Box
  • Availability: In stock
  • $26.28

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Fort Knox Milk Chocolate Gold Coins are a great stocking stuffer or perfect Hanukkah gelt and ours are the "original" which are imported from Holland.

Fort Knox Milk Chocolate Gold Coins are worth their weight in gold!Everybody loves money and everybody loves chocolate, so imagine the glee when you hand out this combination of both. It's a currency that will never lose its value and a perfect hedge against sweets inflation.

Each unit is packaged in a mesh bag with approximately 12 chocolate foil wrapped gold coins of various sizes.

Each bags contain 1.5 oz. of chocolate and  the coins are certifed Kosher!

Fort Knox Milk Chocolate Gold Coin Bags Large Fort Knox Milk Chocolate Gold Coins look like real gold coins and are made of delicious milk chocolate! It's one currency that's sure to retain its value.

  • Price: $26.28
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Q: Potentially for a client event (we are an investment firm), is the foil on the coins marked as American money or something else?
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A: It is more of a generic financial marking....not really country specific...