Electrum

A mixture of gold and silver.
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electrum

A naturally occurring alloy of silver and gold. The earliest coins of ancient Asia Minor and many Byzantine issues were struck in this metal.
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electrum

Naturally occurring alloy of gold and silver used for early coins of the Mediterranean region.
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electrum

[n] - an alloy of gold and silver
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Electrum

An alloy of 75% gold and 25% silver along with small quantities of other metals such as copper.
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Electrum

E┬Ělec'trum noun [ Latin , from Greek .... See Electric , and confer Electre , Electron .] 1. Amber. 2. An alloy of gold and silver, of an amber color, used by the ancients. 3. German-silver plate. See German silver , under German .
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electrum

noun an alloy of gold and silver
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Electrum

• (n.) An alloy of gold and silver, of an amber color, used by the ancients. • (n.) German-silver plate. See German silver, under German. • (n.) Amber.
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electrum

natural or artificial alloy of gold with at least 20 percent silver, which was used to make the first known coins in the Western world. Most natural ... [5 related articles]
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Electrum

Electrum is a naturally occurring alloy of gold and silver. The gold content varies but is usually around 65 - 80 percent. Other metals, such as copper, bismuth or palladium are also sometimes present. In Ancient Greece the term electrum was given to an alloy of gold and silver containing 80 percent gold. The term electrum is also given to an artif...
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Electrum

Naturally or artificially occurring mixture of gold and silver used in some of the world's first coinage.
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Electrum

Artificial or naturally occurring mixture of gold and silver used in some of the world's first coinage.
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Electrum

A natural mixture of gold and silver.
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electrum

Naturally occurring alloy of gold and silver used by early civilizations to make the first coins, about the 6th century BC
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Electrum

Electrum is a naturally occurring alloy of gold and silver, with trace amounts of copper and other metals. It has also been produced artificially, and is often known as green gold. The ancient Greeks called it `gold` or `white gold`, as opposed to `refined gold`. Its colour ranges from pale to bright yellow, depending on the proportions of g...
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electrum

An amber-colored alloy of gold and silver that was used in ancient times. Electrum is also an alloy used in medieval times consisting of copper (50%), nickel (30%) and zinc (20%).
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