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    gold coin
  • A gold coin is a coin made mostly or entirely of gold. Gold has been used for coins practically since the invention of coinage, originally because of gold's intrinsic value.
  • (Gold Coins) Gold dollar | Quarter Eagle ($2.50) | Three-dollar piece | Half Eagle ($5) | Eagle ($10) | Double Eagle ($20)
  • (Gold Coins) Material/physical wealth indicated
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  • bargain: an advantageous purchase; "she got a bargain at the auction"; "the stock was a real buy at that price"
  • Pay someone to give up an ownership, interest, or share
  • Obtain in exchange for payment
  • obtain by purchase; acquire by means of a financial transaction; "The family purchased a new car"; "The conglomerate acquired a new company"; "She buys for the big department store"
  • bribe: make illegal payments to in exchange for favors or influence; "This judge can be bought"
  • Procure the loyalty and support of (someone) by bribery
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Two Sides to the Coin: A History of Gold
Two Sides to the Coin: A History of Gold
"For Nature herself makes it plain, I think, that gold is produced with toil, is guarded with difficulty, is most eagerly sought for, and enjoyed with mixed pleasure and pain." - Diodorus Siculus, 1st Century BC Greek Scholar With today's volatile economic conditions, the question of gold is more pertinent than ever. The world history of gold, from ancient times to the modern-day, has been a history of horrible and unspeakable acts that mankind has committed to obtain it, but also a history of beautiful art and jewelry, sublime religious depictions, magnificent palaces and temples, and a symbol of civilization's greatness and wealth. Gold has inspired and propelled up most of the world's greatest civilizations and then drove them into the ground, leaving nothing behind but gold-filled tombs and temples for their ancestors to rob and excavate. Gold's beauty has inspired mankind to paint, mold, shape, and form its very own gods and, at the same time, forsake those very gods in a frenzy of conquest, pillage, and murder. As if it were pulling the strings in the background, gold has played a hidden role in many well-known world historical events. Gold has motivated wars, built-up civilizations, and driven numerous adventurers into reckless quests in its pursuit. The pursuit of gold has always drawn a thin line between success and disaster. Few that have experienced gold's success have not experienced its downfall as well. Yet many more have experienced its downfall without ever experiencing its success. Despite this, mankind always has, and always will, continue to gamble its fortunes on gold. The immortal words that King Ferdinand relayed to Christopher Columbus provide a sufficient answer to explain why: "Get gold, humanely if possible, but at all costs, get gold."

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1862 $20.00 PCGS AU53
1862 $20.00 PCGS AU53
Mintage: 92,168 The 1862 is the rarest Philadelphia double eagle struck up through 1881 (not including, obviously, the exceedingly rare 1861 Paquet reverse). For many years it was an obscure issue that I literally had to beg collectors to buy. Today, when nice examples are offered, they cause considerable excitement. I recently offered a nice PCGS EF40 example of this date and within a day of listing on my website, I had six orders for it. This example is very clean for the issue and has far fewer marks than what is typically seen on this usually-baggy date. The color is a light to medium green-gold with orange tinges and there are a few areas of deeper color in the reverse fields. Since 1994, there are only nine auction records for this date in AU53. That’s an average of one coin in AU53 every two years or so; proving the difficulty of finding this date in the lower AU grades. If you collect Type Ones or you fancy Civil war gold coins, you know how tough this date is and what an important opportunity it is when one becomes available!
This is Aztec Gold. One of 882 Pieces.
This is Aztec Gold.  One of 882 Pieces.
First and foremost, yes, I do own one of these. I admit I am a big nerd, but my favorite movie is POTC 1 :) As a present a long time ago my wonderful boyfriend bought me one of these! It is one of the nice ones that is plated in real gold and was made from the same die that cast the medallions for the movie! So it is as "real" as it gets for one of these! I got it out of it's "treasure chest" this past weekend to wear it to see the new Pirates movie and thought I would play with my camera and the light to get some nice shots! What do you think? :) The light effect on this one was created by me holding my camera in one hand and shining a flashlight on it with the other :) No photoshop or light adjustment was done, this is how the original turned out! Aztec Gold Medallion Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl Taken on May 22, 2011

how to buy gold coin
how to buy gold coin
Presidential Dollars Coin Collecting Kit
The Presidential One Dollar Coin Act of 2005 was passed to honor those who have served the US as Commander in Chief. You can share a piece of this history by starting your own coin collection! Four coins are issued each year (beginning in 2007.)
This sturdy folder contains storage for all coins that are and will be issued, as well as a full-color, 64 page book of presidential knowledge and trivia. Packed with biographical and political facts about 41 men who have shaped and changed the history of our country.
Test your knowledge while building your collection:
- Who founded the Peace Corps?
- Who hosted dinner in his bedroom slippers?
- Which president was the first to appear on television?
- Who had a mechanical horse installed in the White House?

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