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In the current economic climate that may be a sensible idea fat burning furnace. Some Gold Bullion coins have more than double in value in the past year fat burning furnace.
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Gold coins are one of the most collectible objects in the World fat burning furnace. They have a beauty both visually and are incredibly tactile fat burning furnace. People actually derive pleasure from the touch of gold fat burning furnace. That feeling is heightened by the knowledge of the worth of a gold coin fat burning furnace. Regrettably there are many counterfeit coins circulating fat burning furnace. A few dealers frankly do not care as the coin is still a piece of gold fat burning furnace. However with collectible gold coins this is a more serious problem fat burning furnace. Most Fake Gold Coins are actually made of gold and the profit for the counterfeiter comes in the difference between the value of the Gold and the value of the coin to a collector fat burning furnace.

Generally speaking, more valuable coins are the fakers choice to produce fat burning furnace. That way they make more profit fat burning furnace. Gold is relatively speaking a very soft metal and the old test was to bite on the coin fat burning furnace. Coins pre 20th Century were usually made with pure Gold (or almost pure Gold)

Sadly this is no longer a valid test as modern Gold coins have varying amounts of base metals added to make it easier to manufacture them and so that the coins will last in circulation fat burning furnace. One of the most faked coins is the US $20 Coin which has raised lettering near the edge fat burning furnace. The Real coins have these letter flats on the top fat burning furnace.

In Counterfeit $20 Gold Coins in uncirculated condition these letters are rounded at the top fat burning furnace. It is fairly difficult to otherwise identify this coin as a fake as it is a usually made of the correct amount of gold fat burning furnace. Other popular coins may be more difficult to identify fat burning furnace.

So how do you tell a Fake? Research is the proper answer fat burning furnace. Your local museum or coin dealer will have some coins that you can inspect and compare with suspect coins fat burning furnace.

Find out the actual weight that a coin is supposed to be fat burning furnace.This also applies to the measurements fat burning furnace. (One of the ways fakers make more money is to make the coins a tiny bit thinner but this is noticeable on a coin scale) fat burning furnace.

Although Victorian Fakes of Sovereigns do exist, you are unlikely to come across them fat burning furnace. They were sometimes produced by using clay or plaster of paris moulds made from original sovereigns and this produced a fairly clumsy forgery with blurred text and sometimes a very flat top due to being filed with a fine steel file fat burning furnace. These are obvious with a magnifying glass fat burning furnace.

Fakes will often have other base metals added and the colour is then noticeably different fat burning furnace. Some Double Eagles have copper mixed to debase them a little and this gives them a mottled look fat burning furnace. Fakes to watch out for are the Tudor Angels and Half Angels as these fetch serious money fat burning furnace. If you are contemplating investing seriously in medieval Gold coins then please research before you buy fat burning furnace.