coin gold

coin gold

[′kȯin ‚gōld]
(metallurgy)
Gold of the legal fineness for coins.
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These banks with extensive gold reserves urged the Central Bank to obtain permission to sell gold.Despite the objections of jewelers, the BDDK introduced regulation that permits banks to sell and buy gold coins.More rivals for jewelers appeared on the scene yesterday as Turkey's post office announced it will also begin to coin gold merchandise at 14 headquarters in 13 cities, signing an accord with the Istanbul Gold Refinery.
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They have springs of hard-rolled copper and contact points of United States coin gold. [9] The "thermally astatic" arrangement of the operating parts of the key marked "0" is shown in figure 6.
Remarkably they were of pure coin gold with an embossed medallion pattern, thus the official presidential seal was set stunningly in the middle of the plate.