Bahrain jeweler



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Description 030901-N-6967M-057 Gold, it's the first thing you hear about Bahrain and it's very inexpensive. It's not the gold itself that you save money on though, it's the workmanship. In the U.S. you pay for the work that goes into the jewelry while in Bahrain you pay market value for the gold. (All Hands, September 2003, pg. 32) Photo by PH1 Shane T. McCoy. (RELEASED)
Date September 2003(2003-09)
Source http://www.news.navy.mil/view_ahhphotos.asp?page=65
Author Shane T. McCoy


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