The golden shepherd has made a fortune from the booming silver market, but she has yet to make the transition to gold foil.
The iconic Australian shepherd has always been known as the guardian of the silver market.
Her silver market is in its infancy, and she still sells silver to a wide variety of clients.
She is known for her strong loyalty to her flock and is a big supporter of animal welfare.
She even started her own charity, the Australia Gold Foundation.
The golden shepherds flock is the largest in the world, and there are over 1,200 gold foil sales a year.
Gold foil is also used for jewelry, and is used by some of the world’s richest people to buy gold.
A silver coin can sell for $1,000.
The cost of a gold foil coin is around $200.
It’s a bit like buying a gold watch for around $1 million, or buying a Mercedes Benz for around two million dollars.
“It’s quite a good deal,” Ms Goldfinger said.
“The gold foil is more of a bargain.”
The shepherd’s flock is also growing in numbers, and it is expected the gold foil market will continue to grow as the silver economy recovers.
It has also helped her become a major supporter of animals in need.
“I’m an animal lover,” she said.
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South Africa 5.
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