Texas’ gold depository is still in the works but officials say Texans will soon have a place to store their gold bullion and other precious metals.
Texas’ gold depository is still in the works but officials say Texans will soon have a place to store their gold bullion and other precious metals. UNKNOWN AP
Texas’ gold depository is still in the works but officials say Texans will soon have a place to store their gold bullion and other precious metals. UNKNOWN AP

A gold depository in Texas moves closer to reality

July 29, 2016 3:49 PM

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