The term Bullion applies to either coins
One ounce of Gold can be drawn into
a wire 50 miles long.
One of the heaviest metals, Gold is
19.3 times heavier than water.
The world's Gold supply increases only
2,000 tons per year.
All the Gold in history could be placed
in a cube measuring 65.5 feet.
Gold will not oxidize, rust, tarnish,
corrode, decay or deteriorate.
King Croesus of Lydia created the first
coins of pure Gold (540BC).
The most popular Gold Bullion coin is
the American Gold Eagle (1985).
The heaviest Gold Bullion coin is the
Australian Kangaroo (32.15 ounces).
The first modern Gold Bullion coin was
the South African Krugerrand (1967).
The word Gold derives from the Old English
word Gelo meaning yellow.
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