I am fascinated by these golden tablets. Their pseudo-Egyptian writings intrigue me and I have been unable to translate even a single word. These appear to be something like the plates found by Joeseph Smith in 1827. His plates were described as:
"...engraven on plates which had the appearance of gold, each plate was six inches [150 mm] wide and eight inches [200 mm] long and not quite so thick as common tin. They were filled with engravings, in Egyptian characters, and bound together in a volume, as the leaves of a book with three rings running through the whole. The volume was something near six inches [150 mm] in thickness, a part of which was sealed."