When softened with water, the Safe Crackers can be carefully worked away to reveal at least
seven precious items worthy of keeping in any safe. Included are polished gemstones, foreign currency,
a natural quartz crystal, and and an old Canadian coin.
The polished gemstones include amethyst, rose quartz, tigereye and many others.
The foreign currency consists of a variety of coins from around the world. Most are still in circulation, but many are older and worthy of collecting.
The quartz crystals are a natural wonder. The crystals found are approximately
12 to 30 mm in diameter and 35 to 50 mm in length.
The old Canadian coin is a 1942 or 1943 wartime tombac "nickel". During WWII,
much of the world's production of nickel was diverted into the war effort.
Nickel is used primary to produce stainless steel. Consequently, tombac, an
alloy of copper and zinc was substituted.