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  • 1Gold coin — [ thumb|right|A Krugerrand gold coin from South Africa] A gold coin is a flat, disc shaped piece of gold that has been minted and issued by a government or private organization. The first gold coins in history were coined by Egyptian Pharaohs… …

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  • 2gold coin — coin made out of this bright and yellow precious metal …

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  • 3gold coin — noun A one dollar or two dollar coin …

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  • 4gold coin donation — noun a donation which is either a one dollar or two dollar coin …

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  • 5Krugerrand Gold Coin — A gold coin minted by the Republic of South Africa. Krugerrand gold coins contain exactly one troy ounce of gold. This coin was first minted in 1967 in order to stimulate the market for South African gold. It is considered legal tender within the …

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  • 6Dos Pesos gold coin — The Dos Pesos gold coin was produced in Mexico between 1919 and the early 1970 s. The Dos Pesos contains .0482 troy ounces of pure gold, and measures 13mm in diameter. Design Obverse side includes the Mexican coat of arms and the eagle. The… …

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  • 7Gold Eagle — may mean: *The Golden Eagle ( Aquila chrysaetos ) is one of the best known birds of prey in the Northern Hemisphere. *The American Gold Eagle is the official gold bullion coin of the United States. *The Eagle, a gold coin with a denomination of… …

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  • 8Gold (disambiguation) — Gold is a highly sought after precious metal that for many centuries has been used as money.Gold may also refer to:Business* Barrick Gold, the largest gold mining company in the world * Gold s Gym, international chain of fitness centers… …

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  • 9Gold exchange-traded fund — Gold exchange traded funds (or GETFs) are special types of exchange traded funds (ETFs) tracking the price of gold. Gold exchange traded funds are traded on the major stock exchanges including Mumbai, London, Paris and New York.HistoryThe idea of …

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  • 10Gold bar — Gold brick redirects here. For other uses, see Gold brick (disambiguation). A gold bar is a gold ingot which may be produced in many different types, weights and categories. Types Gold bars are classified into two different types cast and minted… …

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  • 11gold — [gōld] n. [ME < OE, akin to Ger gold, ON goll < IE base * ĝhel , to shine, gleam > GLOW, YELLOW] 1. a heavy, yellow, inert, metallic chemical element that is highly ductile and malleable: it is a precious metal and is used in the… …

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  • 12gold´en|ness — gold|en «GOHL duhn», adjective, verb. –adj. 1. made of gold; consisting of gold: »a golden medal, golden dishes. Every door is barr d with gold, and opens but to golden keys (Tennyson). 2. containing or yielding gold: »a golden region or country …

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  • 13gold´en|ly — gold|en «GOHL duhn», adjective, verb. –adj. 1. made of gold; consisting of gold: »a golden medal, golden dishes. Every door is barr d with gold, and opens but to golden keys (Tennyson). 2. containing or yielding gold: »a golden region or country …

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  • 14gold|en — «GOHL duhn», adjective, verb. –adj. 1. made of gold; consisting of gold: »a golden medal, golden dishes. Every door is barr d with gold, and opens but to golden keys (Tennyson). 2. containing or yielding gold: »a golden region or country. 3. of… …

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  • 15Gold standard — For other uses, see Gold standard (disambiguation). Under a gold standard, paper notes are convertible into pre set, fixed quantities of gold. The gold standard is a monetary system in which the standard economic unit of account is a fixed mass… …

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  • 16Gold — This article is about the metal. For the color, see Gold (color). For other uses, see Gold (disambiguation). platinum ← gold → mercury …

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  • 17Gold Bullion Coin Act of 1985 — The Gold Bullion Coin Act of 1985, Pub. L. No. 99 185, 99 Stat. 1177 (Dec. 17, 1985), codified at usc|31|5112(a)(7) through (a)(10), usc|31|5112(i), usc|31|5116(a)(3), and amending usc|31|5118(d) and usc|31|5132(a)(1), has helped the American… …

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  • 18Gold Dinar — This article is about the historical Muslim currency. For the proposed modern coin, see Islamic gold dinar Aghlabid gold dinar, minted 286 AH / 899 AD The gold dinar (Arabic: ﺩﻳﻨﺎﺭ ذهبي‎) is a gold coin first issued in 77 AH (696 7 CE) by Cal …

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  • 19gold reserve — the stock of gold held by a government or central bank to back its promissory notes or currency or to settle its international debts. [1865 70, Amer.] * * * Fund of gold bullion or coin held by a government or bank. In the past, banks accumulated …

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  • 20coin — {{Roman}}I.{{/Roman}} noun ADJECTIVE ▪ bronze, copper, gold, silver ▪ antique, rare ▪ commemorative ▪ …

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