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gold size[¦gōld ¦sīz]
A solution of white and red lead and yellow ocher in linseed oil; used to seal permanently microscopical preparations.
An adhesive used to fix gold leaf to a surface.
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A varnish used to attach gold leaf or foil to a surface; it turns sticky quickly on application, and then sets slowly.
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