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U.S. unemployed man picked up the gold debris in the the street of Manhattan earning $800 in 6 days

U.S. unemployed man picked up the gold debris in the the street of Manhattan earning $800 in 6 daysIn the streets of New York, a unemployed man pick up jewelry in the streets of Manhattan, his true funny stories proved the fact the streets of Manhattan indeed hid wealth.

Rafi, 43 years old, engaged in jewelry transactions in Queens before unemployment. People often see him prostrate in  Diamond District of the 47th Street, New York, clip out the jewelry and some precious metals from the pavement cracks. Rafi said his idea came from a windfall. He found a small piece of broken gold in a diamond trading shop. So he believed he could find more outside.

Rafi display his results: a broken ruby and diamond pieces, small pieces of platinum, platinum on the connection part of the jewelry buckle, and gold material of watches, earrings, necklaces. He said, he trade twice in six days, a total of $819. He sold most of the material to alchemist or jeweler, leaving only a little gold in preparation for future smelting.

Diamond District, called the U.S. diamond trading center, located at 47th Street, between Fifth Avenue and Sixth Avenue, a large number of diamond trading traders, including various dealers.

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