Gold Standard

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I write about precious metals with an emphasis on gold, and I believe a return to the gold standard is inevitable.
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UNC 1907 FRENCH ROOSTER GOLD COIN 20 FRANCS CO 145 1907 french gold coin ,france coins rooster france

UNC 1907 FRENCH ROOSTER GOLD COIN 20 FRANCS CO 145 1907 french gold coin ,france coins rooster france

Rare and beautiful, no matter what the holder may say, this is a great rarity in world gold coins and is destined for the highest quality of gold coin collections and investment portfolios. Description from usrarecoininvestments.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

(Japan) Rare and beautiful, no matter what the holder may say, this is a great rarity in world Gold coins and is destined for the highest quality of Gold coin.

1930 M KING GEORGE V FULL GOLD SOVERIGN 1930   CO 24 South africa gold coin , gold coin ,gold coin collecting, ,investment gold coins,sovereign gold coin , one ounce gold

Top Australian gold Coins To invest In from gold sovereigns to kangaroo and koala or lunar gold series coins plus gold bars are all good investmentsl

1896 B Switzerland 20 Francs Graded By Ngc Ms 63 Lustrous Collectible Gold Coin

Country: Switzerland Circulated: No Year: 1896 B Certification: NGC Certificate Number: Grade: MS 63 Composition: Gold

Centaur Coin, C. 500-450 BC, minted by the Orrescii, an ancient Thraco-Macedonian tribe.

Extremely Rare Centaur Coin, C. BC, this electrum stater was minted by the Orrescii, an ancient Thraco-Macedonian tribe. It shows a centaur carrying off a struggling nymph.

Demareteion (silver dekadrachm) issued by Gelon, tyrant of Syracuse (r. 485-478 BCE) to celebrate his victory over the Carthaginians at the Battle of Himera (480 BCE).  The nymph Arethusa, bearing the features of Gelon’s queen Demarete, is surrounded by dolphins, with the retrograde inscription  ΣΥΡΑΚΟΣΙΟΝ (”Of the Syracusans”).  Now in the Bode-Museum, Berlin.  Photo credit: Carlomorino/Wikimedia Commons.

Demareteion (silver dekadrachm) issued by Gelon, tyrant of Syracuse (r. BCE) to celebrate his victory over the Carthaginians at the Battle of Himera BCE). The nymph Arethusa, bearing the features of Gelon’s queen Demarete, is surrounded.

Silver Stater from Ambracia (The Site of the First Known Use of Poison Gas) Minted circa 400-350 BC. Obverse: Pegasus standing right, left foot raised and being examined by Bellerophon. Reverse: Athena facing right in Corinthian helmet with neck...

Silver Stater from Ambracia (The Site of the First Known Use of Poison Gas) Minted circa BC. Obverse: Pegasus standing right, left foot raised and being examined by Bellerophon. Reverse: Athena facing right in Corinthian helmet with neck.

1847 H10C MS https://www.ngccoin.com/coin-explorer/seated-liberty-half-dimes-1837-1873-pscid-27/1847-h10c-ms-coinid-14337

1847 H10C MS https://www.ngccoin.com/coin-explorer/seated-liberty-half-dimes-1837-1873-pscid-27/1847-h10c-ms-coinid-14337

Macedonian Silver Drachm of Alexander the Great - C.2009 Origin: Mediterranean…

Macedonian Silver Drachm of Alexander the Great - Origin: Mediterranean Circa: 336 BC to 323 BC Collection: Numismatics Medium: Silver