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What does Real Gold Look Like?

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Real, pure gold is a very mellow, shiny yellow. If it's a gold alloy, like green or rose gold, it may have a different color, like pink, green, or red. You can find more info at: www.australiasgoldenoutback.com
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Real gold generally looks like fake gold, only real gold is much softer an can often be dented just by biting into it. You can also tell by the color which is yellowish.
A real gold looks like a metallic yellow solid. It is hard to spot a fake gold to a real one. However, There are certain techniques to determine its authenticity.
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