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chinese gold bars
    gold bars
  • (Gold bar) A gold bar is a quantity of refined metallic gold of any shape that is made by a bar producer meeting standard conditions of manufacture, labeling, and record keeping. Larger gold bars that are produced by pouring the molten metal into molds are called ingots.
  • (Gold Bar (Edmonton)) Gold Bar is a residential neighbourhood in south east Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
  • (Gold bar) Gold and other metals are casted into bars in order to store and pile them better. On the bar there's engraved the make of the producer, the fineness and the bar number.
    chinese
  • Of or relating to China or its language, culture, or people
  • Belonging to or relating to the people forming the dominant ethnic group of China and widely dispersed elsewhere
  • any of the Sino-Tibetan languages spoken in China; regarded as dialects of a single language (even though they are mutually unintelligible) because they share an ideographic writing system
  • of or pertaining to China or its peoples or cultures; "Chinese food"
  • Taiwanese: of or relating to or characteristic of the island republic on Taiwan or its residents or their language; "the Taiwanese capital is Taipeh"
chinese gold bars - (1 gm)
(1 gm) .999 Fine Gold Bar - (With Assay Card) PAMP SUISSE
(1 gm) .999 Fine Gold Bar - (With Assay Card) PAMP SUISSE
24K gold ingot engraved with Fortuna, the Roman goddess of Fortune, who offers the promise of prosperous times ahead. Measures 8.7 x 14.6 mm. Your assurance of authenticity through and through, PAMP ingots arrive factory-sealed within genuine 'CertiPAMP' packaging. Set within a laminate card that bears the assayer's signature, serial number and proof of fine metal content, the uniquely transparent design allows for easy viewing of both the ingot's face and reverse, while forever protecting the ingot from damage.

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VIP Gold Card from Home Town Chinese Restaurant Bar & KTV
VIP Gold Card from Home Town Chinese Restaurant Bar & KTV
"Home Town" Chinese Restaurant BAR & KTV was recently opened in central Leeds. (128 Vicar Lane LS2). I photographed the interior decoration for their promotion. Not just a paid job, also given a vip card, which offers 10% off permanently (restaurant, bar, karaoke)---not bad isnt it?
What's that???
What's that???
I also don't no..... i onlu thing i know is that it's something edible....... saw some hawker selling in China town........ these day's China Town is overcrowded because of the comming Lunar New Year. Update: This is called Gold Ingot.... .. special shaped Old Chinese Gold Bar.

chinese gold bars
chinese gold bars
John Bidwell: Agricultural Titan (Titans of Fortune)
Biographical profile of John Bidwell, a young Ohioan school teacher who joined the first wagon train to come to California and became one of America's greatest agricultural titans, who's ranch shipped 10 million pounds of grain, fruit and produce to the East and to overseas markets each year. In California Bidwell found opportunities abounding and took advantage of all of them. He found gold before and after Marshall's discovery at Sutter's Mill produced the famous California gold rush. Bidwell's fascinating life coincides with the Bear Flag Revolt and California's admission to the Union. He became a state senator, Congressman, ran for governor, and became the National Prohibition Party's presidential candidate. His vision and determination for California to succeed were matched by his vast landholdings and horde of gold. Famous friends and presidents were guests at his northern California ranch. And he managed to fit the founding of a city, Chico, California, into his otherwise frenetic life. Above all, Bidwell protected the Indians in his region and aggressively opposed the anti-Chinese sentiment flooding through California in the 1870s and afterwards. The Bidwell story in many ways is the story of California's birth as a state and regional powerhouse. [2,768-word Titans of Fortune article]

Biographical profile of John Bidwell, a young Ohioan school teacher who joined the first wagon train to come to California and became one of America's greatest agricultural titans, who's ranch shipped 10 million pounds of grain, fruit and produce to the East and to overseas markets each year. In California Bidwell found opportunities abounding and took advantage of all of them. He found gold before and after Marshall's discovery at Sutter's Mill produced the famous California gold rush. Bidwell's fascinating life coincides with the Bear Flag Revolt and California's admission to the Union. He became a state senator, Congressman, ran for governor, and became the National Prohibition Party's presidential candidate. His vision and determination for California to succeed were matched by his vast landholdings and horde of gold. Famous friends and presidents were guests at his northern California ranch. And he managed to fit the founding of a city, Chico, California, into his otherwise frenetic life. Above all, Bidwell protected the Indians in his region and aggressively opposed the anti-Chinese sentiment flooding through California in the 1870s and afterwards. The Bidwell story in many ways is the story of California's birth as a state and regional powerhouse. [2,768-word Titans of Fortune article]

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