Friday, February 28, 2014

Welsh Gold

Welsh gold is one of the rarest metals in the world, and Welsh gold jewellery among the most highly prized.

There were 3 mines in Wales which were active as early as the Roman era. The earliest known was the Dolaucothi Gold Mines in Carmarthenshire, which was initiated by the Romans around 74 AD. Gwynfynydd was discovered in 1860. It was active until 1998. The Clogau mine developed into gold production in the 1860s and continued as a major operator until 1911. The mine has been worked intermittently and last closed in 1998.
Welsh gold carries a distinctive rose tint. Natural gold is 20 to 22k. The remaining balance of metal is usually silver and a small amount of copper, plus other trace metals.

Welsh gold has a higher ratio of copper to silver. Gold with a similar tint can be found elsewhere but a connection to the Royal Family cannot. The Royal family all wore/wear wedding rings fashioned from Welsh gold.
The wedding ring that Catherine Middleton wears is made of Welsh Gold. The gold was given to Prince William by The Queen shortly after the couple were engaged.

Pure Welsh Gold is the world's most valuable precious metal and the official price is at least 3 times that of the London Metal Bullion price.







Wednesday, February 26, 2014

The Treasure of San Gennaro

The Treasure of San Gennaro contains a selection of the most important works donated to Saint Januarius by over 700 years of Popes, Emperors, and European Kings. The works have the highest artistic value: they were made using a enormous amount of precious stones, by the most eminent goldsmiths of the time.

The exhibition is being held in Palazzo Sciarra, a 17th-Century building overlooking tourist street via del Corso in Rome.
Januarius was Bishop of Naples, and is a martyr saint of the Roman Catholic and the Eastern Orthodox Churches.

Januarius is the patron saint of Naples, where the faithful gather three times a year in Naples Cathedral. Saint Januarius is famous for the miracle of the annual liquefaction of his blood, which, according to legend, was saved by a woman just after the saint's death.
The exhibition pivots on two major masterpieces of the treasure, the Collana di san Gennaro (Saint Januarius’ necklace) and the famous Mitra (Mitre) made of silver and precious stones.

A total of 90 pieces were selected from the 22,000 pieces that make up the entire collection.





Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Canada Carbon Inc - CCB.v - UPDATE IV

After not very much due diligence we have learned Mr. Duncan's first name is "Robert" or "Bert" to some of his closest friends.
ROBERT Bruce Duncan
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We have a virtual cornucopia of turd flurry from our doughy nuts and this time our anti-hero is marching off to BCSC to seek redress for hurt feelings, again.

"Canada Carbon Inc. has filed a defamation suit in the Supreme Court of British Columbia against Paul Cooper, a former consultant to the company. According to the suit, Mr. Cooper posted a series of messages on Stockhouse that meant the company is a pump-and-dump and a scam. The posts damaged the reputations of Canada Carbon and its chief executive officer, Robert Bruce Duncan, the company complains."
The allegations are contained in a notice of claim that Canada Carbon filed at the Vancouver courthouse on Monday, March 3. Both the company and Mr. Duncan are plaintiffs. The suit identifies the sole defendant as Mr. Cooper, a resident of Mississauga, Ont., who worked as a consultant for the company from August, 2012, to April, 2013. The suit says little about how his work for the company ended, but it describes his termination as acrimonious. He has since gone to work for another graphite company, Saint Jean Carbon Inc.


Canada Carbon quotes five messages that Mr. Cooper allegedly posted on Stockhouse under the alias "Doobyus" in late 2013. They include one from Sept. 19, 2013, that called the company a "balloon filled with hot air." It stated that people who had "bought this dog will wish they hadnt" and that investors are "being fooled into thinking it will all magically turn into a mine." The post advised not to "look for the people running the show right now because they'll be long long gone with your money."
http://www.stockwatch.com/News/Item.aspx?bid=Z-C%3aCCB-2152107&symbol=CCB®ion=C



BCSC lawyers charge $ 600 per hour plus, and triple that for court time. ANY lawsuit has the potential to cost six figures and far more than that if its a complete loss. Shareholder resources CONTINUALLY being throw away is what this abject stupidity is. It describes this Venture management perfectly.

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R Bruce Duncan
Right on que our Duncan Doughy Nuts has announced the latest ... "Canada Carbon Inc. has approved the adoption of a shareholder rights plan, effective immediately. " to "to provide the board and the shareholders with more time to consider an unsolicited takeover bid".
Hardy the Fork Har Har Har says we, and whenever this massive rush for dead worthless paper materializes hell would have surely frozen over.

http://www.stockwatch.com/News/Item.aspx?bid=Z-C%3aCCB-2151360&symbol=CCB®ion=C
Just in case anybody figures the blameless Mr. Duncan just let that loose lip slip a little bit ... the man apparently posted 80 TIMES. Which directors' exam is it that says this outrageous conduct is hunky dory? Stupid is what stupid does and one wonders what some Tards would do with themselves if not for the incompetent regulation of the venture bordello.



Canada Carbon Inc. has received apologies from a pair of Stockhouse posters who called the company a pump-and-dump.
The apologies come two months after the company won orders in the Supreme Court of British Columbia to identify the pair, who used the aliases "2guys" and "Jinbag." In their apologies, both users said they did not intend to refer to the company as a pump-and-dump, and Jinbag said he did not intend to suggest the company was run by crooks.

The company first complained about the pair in court on Nov. 1, 2013, when it filed petitions at the Vancouver courthouse seeking orders that would direct Stockhouse to identify the users. Canada Carbon said they wrote messages in September and October, 2013, that targeted both the company and its chief executive officer, Bruce Duncan. The messages implied that Mr. Duncan was dishonest and not trustworthy, the company claimed.

R Bruce Duncan

http://www.stockwatch.com/News/Item.aspx?bid=Z-C%3aCCB-2146536&symbol=CCB&region=C

We cannot guess at the number of BCSC actions by Venture mutts against internet posters over the past few years. Dozens, certainly.
http://www.canadacarbon.com/

We have learned THIS TIME that there are many, many allegations that Mr. Duncan personally was posting, under the alias "SmallCap52". Is this not a classic case where a wicked Venture dope figures his chit don't stink and he can eat it too? Try suing this space Sir. Pfffft.

Another case of misuse and abuse of stakeholder resources for the protection of the massive large personal reputation of career Venture K9ery. And, a horse of course, its a deal nobody in their correct mind would touch.



"Phone Lines Are Open All:

For the next 3 hours feel free to contact me at 905-813-8408 or my counsel at 604-691-6864. The lines are open. I believe it is important to bring some reality to Ms. Smith's assertions that I do not exist. Hopefully Ms. Smith and her non-existent sister will get a reality check. The lines are now open for Ms. Smith's intervention.

Bruce Duncan, CEO Canada CArbon Inc.

http://www.stockhouse.com/companies/bullboard/v.ccb/canada-carbon-inc?postid=22086989

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"All:

On January 19th, 2014 I was the beneficiary of a threatening inbox from WoolyBully. I had responded to that inbox copying my counsel and placed WoolyBully on ignore. This is being dealt with.

http://www.stockhouse.com/companies/bullboard/v.ccb/canada-carbon-inc?threadid=22135430

How about this scenario citizens. Main man is doing grotesquely improper public disclosure while finding nothing better to do with his copious time than baiting internet posters so that they can be sued.

Interesting revenue generating model to say the fukkin least.