The Adventures of Tom Sawyer

What does it mean to be painted gold in the book?

Through out the book it gives details on what it means

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I recall that under Mr. Dobbins' wig, his bald head was painted gold by the sign painter's boy when Dobbins was in one of his drunken stupors. Twain satirizes authority figures that abuse their power.