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  • The gold wedding band

    The wedding band is the most recognizable symbol of marriage, and has been so since the ancient Egyptians reportedly passed the tradition to the Greeks and Romans. It is believed that the Romans were the first to form the ring out of gold in the second century B.C. Today, gold remains the most popu...
  • What is My Gold Wedding Ring Worth?

    If martial bliss did not work out as planned, you may hope to make a decent profit on your wedding ring. While you may know how much your ring was worth when it was purchased, it is important to realize that the value likely changed. Because the price of gold fluctuates on a daily basis, like oil pr...
  • Questions to Ask When Selling Your Gold

    Many people have old gold jewelry lying around the house, like a high school class ring or a broken necklace chain. With the tough economy, it may be beneficial to sell some of these old pieces in order to make some extra money. It may seem simple enough to head over to your local pawn shop and walk...
  • Anonymous gold coin donations boosts Christmas charity

    A Salvation Army representative ringing a bell by his iconic red collection bucket has become part of a traditional Christmas setting in the United States. The Salvation Army has been placing red kettles on sidewalks during the holidays since 1891 to provide Christmas meals to the needy. When most ...
  • Nevada Gold Exploration Made Even Easier

    Americans typically think of the Wild West when it comes to gold mining. Nevada is not only home to the gold and glitz of the casinos and luxury resorts that make up Las Vegas - Nevada is also the center of American gold mining. More gold has been mined from Nevada during the last 50 years than a...
  • Chemical properties of gold

    Coin and jewelry collectors alike love gold. Though it's used in a variety of products, 75 percent of all gold produced is used for jewelry. Gold is generally yellow, but when it's finely divided it can be black, ruby, or purple. Depending on how it's alloyed, it can have a variety of colors, incl...
  • Wall Street Buys "Holy Grail" of Coins

    One of the rarest American coins, the 1787 gold Brasher doubloon, recently sold for $7.4 million. The coin was sold by Blanchard and Co., a coin and precious metal dealer located in New Orleans. It was purchased by a Wall Street investment firm for a non-disclosed client. When the Brasher doubloon ...
  • New Video Release: How to Invest in Gold

    Probably one of the biggest questions we get from our customers is, how do you really go about buying gold? One option that people have is they could invest in what is called an ETF also known as an Exchange Trade Fund. The good thing about that is an actual fund traded on an exchange and the f...
  • The gold of King Tut's tomb

    King Tutankhamen, more commonly called King Tut, went unnoticed for thousands of years. His tomb was met with shock and awe when it was discovered in 1922 by Howard Carter and George Herbert. King Tut's tomb was left almost completely untouched, as its modest appearance likely deterred looters. The...
  • Experts suggest investing in gold

    As Europe's economy continues to decline and hopes for a quick economic turnaround dwindle, many investors are looking for something safer than the stock market. Rather than buying stocks, experts suggest turning to gold bullion. According to industry expert and CEO of Pan American Metals of Miami, ...

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