Fred found the old gold hunter in his garden, pulling weeds from an onion patch.
The entire place, indeed, was corroded, tinged with the hue of old gold.
Before the plumage of white, black and old gold had been marred I drove the cat away and picked up the little dead king.
The year was in its yellowing time, and the face of Nature a study in old gold.
"Mr. Blair," said Thomas; and the old gold portire hangings are again closed, and they are alone.
The saleswoman led them to a small room furnished in old gold and blue.
She had been waiting for him, and was dressed in a gown of old gold with yellow roses at her throat and in her hair.
There was the gleam of old gold and the brilliant sparkle and flash of fire.
And that crown of old gold and rose stands over Brooklyn, I know, and the lower bay.
Ben stoutly stood for the "ox-blood" and she for the "old gold."