dental gold


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dental gold

[′dent·əl ′gōld]
(metallurgy)
An alloy composed of 5 to 12% silver, 4 to 10% copper, with the balance gold.
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It states that Blaschke had 50 kilograms of dental gold enough to last for years.
The shell is heated to 1,274F (690C) to burn out the patterns, and then dental gold is cast into the investment.
Certain ingots, including dental gold from death-camp inmates, ended up in a pool distributed after the war to European central banks, said the 211-page report, commissioned by President Clinton in October.
Cash4Gold offers an easy and quick way to turn unwanted, broken or outdated jewelry or dental gold into extra cash to pay for holiday gifts and presents.
coin dealer that buys dental gold and then resells it to a gold smelter.
Gold, silver or platinum broken jewelry, cufflink/s, chains, earrings, coins, silver or sterling bars, even dental gold are all collected.
The panel said it was unknown if it also included dental gold as alleged by many Jewish groups.