Minerals That Look like Gold?

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The best-known mineral that looks like gold is iron pyrite or 'Fool's Gold.' Another name for pyrite is 'Yellow Cake.' True gold ore seldom shows the gold as shiny bits, unlike pyrite, which does sparkle.
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The best-known mineral that looks like gold is iron pyrite or 'Fool's Gold.' Another name for pyrite is 'Yellow Cake.' True gold ore seldom shows the gold as shiny bits, unlike pyrite, which does sparkle.
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