|THE CONSPIRACY THEORISTS fear that Ft. Knox is emptied, a process that started 50 years ago. Some gold bugs go even further, claiming that Ft. Knox's gold bars have been replaced with fakes filled with super-dense tungsten.|
Friday, 31 October 2014
The United States Bullion Depository Fort Knox, Kentucky.
Tuesday, 28 October 2014
|Rio Tinto’s iconic Argyle pink diamonds tender was unveiled during a world exclusive preview in Sydney, Australia last month. The 2014 collection is comprised of 55 diamonds, including 51 pink and purplish-red diamonds and four fancy red diamonds.|
The Argyle Cardinal
|The star of the tender is a radiant cut, 1.21 carat, Fancy Red diamond named after the red North American bird. Some industry experts believe this stone could break the “per-carat” record of $1.6 million for a Fancy Red diamond.|
See -----> http://pennystockjournal.blogspot.ca/2014/04/rio-tintos-rough-diamond-tender.html
Wednesday, 22 October 2014
Minted 360 years ago, the uneven, hand-hammered silver coin wouldn’t have gone too far. Today the silver threepenny coin that amateur treasure-hunter John Stoner dug up in a farmer’s field could probably buy an estate.
Friday, 17 October 2014
Wednesday, 15 October 2014
VERO BEACH — Bonnie Schubert couldn’t believe her eyes when, about 1,000 feet off Frederick Douglass Beach near Fort Pierce, she came face to face with a solid gold statue of a bird that had lain under the Atlantic Ocean exactly 295 years and 15 days.
All were lost in a hurricane off the Atlantic coast. More than 700 seamen, including the Spanish commander, drowned from the 10 ships.