Gold Royal Canadian Mint
Gold is a metallic substance with a bright golden hue. Gold is a common material for wedding bands and competition awards. Gold is a metallic chemical element with the atomic number 79 and the chemical symbol Au. It is one of the transition elements. It is a precious metal that is thick, lustrous, golden, malleable, and nearly unbreakable. It is frequently found in nature uncombined. Unusual metals include gold. It is a desirable substance for coinage and jewellery because of its strength and malleability. Gold continues to be used as currency around the world many centuries after the Ancient Greeks first found it.