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Gold certification

A gold certificate is a paper document that represents ownership of a specified amount of gold. These certificates were used as a form of currency in the United States from the late 19th century until 1933, when the US government banned private ownership of gold. Gold certificates could be redeemed for their face value in gold coin or bullion. Today, gold certificates are primarily of historical interest and are collected as a form of numismatic or financial memorabilia.

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