I saw four gold bricks, at the First National Bank, said to contain $37,000.
And there were a couple of gold bricks, very heavy to handle, and worth $7,500 a piece.
He must have thought so, otherwise how could he have accounted for the existence of gold bricks?
How would it work to see the same ghost again, minus the overalls, and have gold bricks in the hod?
He would buy splinters from the wooden horse of Troy, and only avoids gold bricks because they're modern.
But when you come right down to it, every one of 'em has a nice little collection of gold bricks in his closet.
When platinum was first discovered it was so cheap that ingots of it were gilded and sold as gold bricks to unwary purchasers.
This here Mr. Baxter, or Mr. Bowman, or whatever his name is, used to make a livin' sellin' gold bricks.
The stage was operated by the express company, and was bringing out the gold bricks from the mines near Deadwood.