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Choice Lot of BU/CU $10 Indian Head & Liberty Head Gold Coins
Atlanta Gold & Coin Buyers is offering a Columbus Day special of brilliant uncirculated $10 Indian Head & Liberty Head gold coins for only $800!
DLRC and D.L. Hansen Acquire 1885 Proof Trade Dollar
On the evening of Thursday January 10, 2019, at the Heritage Platinum Night Auction hosted by the F.U.N. Show, John Brush, President of David Lawrence Rare Coins and D.L. Hansen, the owner of the Greatest U.S. Coin Collection of All-Time, acquired the famous and rare 1885 Trade Dollar, graded by NGC as Proof 66 for $3,960,000 Mr. Hansen, assisted by John Brush of DLRC, has been on a mission for the past two years to put together the first privately held coin collection…
Tips worth more than a Pot of Gold!
Seeing TV ads for unhealthy foods (high calorie, low nutrient, fast food, etc.) increase kids’ risk of becoming overweight and obese. Online food ads and websites for children are often designed to be interactive, offering printables, promotions, contests, and games called “advergames” in order to get kids to want their products. Ads for food and drinks aimed at children can impact the types of foods kids ask for and choose to eat.
All About Vision's answer to Why is there gold/yellow in the iris of my eye?
So why does it look like there is gold/yellow in the iris of your eye Melanin in the iris absorbs different wavelengths of light entering the eye. Light is scattered and reflected by the iris, and some wavelengths (colors) scatter more easily than others. Eyes with less light-absorbing melanin appear green or hazel, which could account for the gold/yellow appearance in your iris. The distribution of melanin can also vary in different parts of the iris, causing eyes to appear one color near…
India’s Gold Rush Fever: Why Does India Love Gold?
Gold is an important part of the culture of India. It is considered wise for one to put aside a percentage of their income just to buy…
What will demand be for gold Winged Liberty Head dime?
Paul is a senior editor and has been a member of the Coin World staff since 1988. Paul covers the U.S. Mint beat and has memorably reported for more than two decades on many of the hobby's most important stories including the record sale of the Farouk/Fenton 1933 double eagle and the ongoing legal proceedings of the Langbord 1933 double eagles. He received a bachelor of arts degree from Grove City College in Pennsylvania and collects autographs and memorabilia from The Andy Griffith…
How Gold Went from Godly to Gaudy
For centuries, the metal was a respected symbol of royalty and immortality. In more recent history it has come to be associated with dictators, pop stars, and a lack of refinement.
Why gold prices right now should have you feeling beyond thrilled
When precious metals prices drop it means investors are more interested in other assets.
How to Win Gold in International Content Marketing
International content marketing strategy is a complex effort requiring coordination and team synchronicity.
3 Reasons Why Turmeric Is Called ‘Kitchen Gold’
As the saying goes, when you’ve struck gold, you’re instantly rich. So it’s no wonder that you’ve literally struck gold when you have and use the spice turmeric. Because of …
Investing: Why Gold Appears To Be Having a Moment
SMITH BRAIN TRUST – Ancient rulers loved it. Modern investors have, at times, flocked to it. What is it about gold, anyway? Gold prices have gained more than 15% this year, amid worries about the trade war between the United States and China, uncertainties surrounding Brexit, and signs of weakness across major economies. In an unfavorable market environment, gold tends to perform well, favored by investors as a so-called safe-haven asset.
Dell Loy Hansen has his eye on the Ultimate Prize: The Greatest Collection of All Time
This article appeared in print in the November 2019 issue of The Monthly Greysheet . Click here for more information on this publication Numismatist Dell Loy Hansen is on a pursuit to build what he calls “The Greatest All-Time Collection of U.S. Coins,” and he’s making headlines while doing it. In just the past 18 months, the real estate developer has picked up three coins most numismatists dream for a lifetime about owning, including the 1894-S Barber dime, 1804 Draped Bust dollar, and…
Get Glam with this Gold Studded Nail Art DIY
Give your nails a touch of gold and glamour with this sparkly nail art DIY.
Armstrong goes out on top with Olympic gold
10 Hoosiers who could win gold at Rio Olympics
The Rio Olympic Games begin Friday, end on Aug. 21 and will be televised on NBC
Here's Why Gold-Infused Skincare May Not Be Worth The Hype
‘Exploding Head Syndrome’ Is No Joke: Ailment is Surprisingly Common Among Young People
This is a phenomenon called “exploding head syndrome,” and according to a new study released by researchers at Washington State University, it’s more common than physicians had previously thought. The researchers recently published the findings in the Journal of Sleep Research “Most people have experienced some form of ‘sleep start’ — when you’re falling asleep and then suddenly jerk awake,” explained Kevin Walker, MD , a…
How California’s Gold Mining Past Is Threatening its Future
Thousands of underground mines across the state linger in toxic anonymity.
Blue & Black or White & Gold: Why Our Eyes See Different Colors
The infamous dress which has been the talk on social media, between friends and family and debates all over. The debate has everyone discussing which they see: a blue and black dress or a white and…