1847, English, Book edition: A familiar explanation of the art of assaying gold and silver and its bearing upon the interests of the public demostrated; with considerations on the importance of the Pix jury; a review of the past and present state of the goldsmiths' trade; and a table, showing the mixture and sterling value per ounce of every quality of gold that can be alloyed. [electronic resource] James H Watherston

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  • 64p.
Published
  • London Smith, Elder 1847
Language
  • English

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  • A familiar explanation of the art of assaying gold and silver and its bearing upon the interests of the public demostrated; with considerations on the importance of the Pix jury; a review of the past and present state of the goldsmiths' trade; and a table, showing the mixture and sterling value per ounce of every quality of gold that can be alloyed.
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  • James H Watherston
Published
  • London Smith, Elder 1847
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  • English
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