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noun
treasury gold, including the legal reserve, not restricted to the redemption of gold certificates or other specific uses.
Mining. gold found in loose particles or nuggets, as in a placer mine.
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Origin of free gold

First recorded in 1895–1900
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British Dictionary definitions for free gold

free gold

noun
gold, uncombined with other minerals, found in a pure state
US the excess of gold held by the Federal Reserve Banks over the legal reserve
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