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I know this is probably the least important detail about this Galvanic Generator necklace pendant, but I've always wondered why the image was put on horizontally when the loop on the end would have made the pendant hang vertically on the person's chest? Seems like a lot of effort (and $$) went into the design and production of this product, so I doubt that somebody just "messed up." Any thoughts?

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Although the loop appears to be original to the pendant (with the way the pendant was made where the loop is connected to the pendant), it also appears that it was designed for another method of mounting with the holes above and beneath the image..?
--jay

Could be ... I've wondered about those two holes, too. The brass loop is definitely original. The back had to be flat up against the chest for the thing to "work," and I would think the design on the front was not to be covered by some holder device, so I just haven't figured it out. (I'm attaching the back on this post.) Even an ad I found for the pendant shows it vertical, so maybe I'm wondering about something that didn't matter to the manufacture of this thing. (I have the ad on the Oct 16th entry of my blog: quackcogitations.blogspot.com)

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