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Presbyterians, Irvingites, & the Assay Office

Brian Gould

Presbyterians, Irvingites, & the Assay Office

a background to the silver trowel by T. Prime & Son, Birmingham, 1877.

by Brian Gould

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ContributionsIrving, Edward., Assay Office (Birmingham)
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  The remarkable development of this branch of industry is demonstrated by the increase in the amount of gold and silver marked, as recorded by the Assay office—the figures of 48, oz. of gold oz. of silver in had been increased to , oz. of gold and nearly 3,, oz. of silver by the end of the ://(England). The assay office is fitted with the ordinary wind furnaces for copper assays at differ-ent temperatures, a regulus being formed prior to its being roasted in the crucible. There are also muffle furnaces for silver and gold assays, the samples being passed through a trapdoor into the laboratory, where between 3, and 4, separate assays are

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