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Concealment devices, as the term suggests, are used to hide things for the purpose of secrecy.
The picture at right shows a hollow container, fashioned to look like an Eisenhower dollar, which is still used today to hide and send messages or film without being detected. Because it resembles ordinary pocket change, it is virtually undetectable as a concealment device.
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