Gold diggers have found a gold coin that is the oldest gold coin known to exist.
The find was made by a Chinese gold diggers at a site in northern China in the province of Guangdong.
The coin is one of the oldest known gold coins known to have been found.
It was made in the 13th century by a woman who was said to have had the gift of the golden stone.
It is believed to be one of only two known gold planchets found at the same site.
In the 17th century the city of Taichung in China had a gold rush.
It came with the introduction of gold coins, coins that were made from the gold buried in the ground.
It had a weight of about 1,300 grams.
This is the gold digging team from Guangdang city, China, who found the earliest known gold coin.
They found it at a stone dig site near Taichong, the capital of the People’s Republic of China.
The coins weigh an average of 8.8 grams each.
The digger who found it is from the Chinese National Gold Association and the Qianhai Gold Mine in the Yunnan province.
Gold diggers are digging at sites all over the world and often find gold that is at least 500 years old.
Gold Diggers are often called gold digges because they find gold and silver coins.
The most valuable and rare gold coins are made of gold.
Gold coins are used for everyday items such as jewellery and coins for weddings.