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A doré, or a gold bar about the size of a loaf of bread. Each one weighs about 60 pounds and is worth roughly $650,000. They're shipped by the gold mines to refiners who turn them into bullion, which is then used in electronics, dentistry, jewelry, etc.


Last updated August 18 2009: 11:25 AM ET
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