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POMPANO BEACH (CBSMiami) — For the third year in a row, someone feeling extra generous this holiday season, dropped two rare gold coins into a Salvation Army red kettle in Pompano Beach.

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The coins are 1947 50 Peso Mexican 37.5 grams pure gold.

The donor wrapped each coin inside a one-dollar bill and dropped it into the Salvation’s Army’s red kettle at the Walmart Neighborhood Market on South Federal Highway.

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The “Coin Crusader” has once again left two gold coins in Salvation Army red kettles in Pompano Beach. (Photo Credit: The Salvation Army)

The so-called “Coin Crusader” left five of the exact same coins during last year’s Red Kettle Campaign and three coins the year before.

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To make a donation to the Red Kettle Campaign, text BROWARD BELLS to 91999 or go to