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How to avoid ever buying fake gold coins or bars PDF Print E-mail

Here is an excellent quick and short guide on how to avoid buying fake gold coins and fake gold bars, with some background on the recent scare stories about counterfeit coins sourced from China. By the way, never bite a gold coin to test it - you'll either ruin the coin or break your teeth...

It's good to read that fake bullion gold Eagles and fake gold Maples, at least, are extremely rare; but as for historical gold coins of very high value, fakes are more likely, since there is such a great potential profit over and above the gold value for the counterfeiters.

In dealing with the subject of fake gold bars, the author also gives the best informed account I've read about why the recent 'fake gold bars made of tungsten' story is an urban myth.

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