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Manheim Or Jeweler's Gold








Three parts of Copper, one part of Zinc,
and one part of Block Tin. If these are pure and melted in a covered
crucible containing charcoal, the resemblance will be so good the best
judges cannot tell it from pure gold without analyzing it.





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