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  1. The 9ct gold brick is £420 posted Royal Mail 1PM Special Delivery. This includes a black leatherette gift box. Thank you, Ollie
  2. Hello All, Sorry for the delayed response! I have about 50 sterling silver bricks for sale. 20g each and laser hallmarked at the Birmingham Assay Office. They stack just like the real thing! I can also offer custom laser engraving, which makes them ideal gifts. I have one 20g 9ct brick left from a sale that fell through. I've made about 5-6 9ct bricks so far. (Hallmarked etc). Please comment below or pop me a PM for further discussion. Many thanks, Ollie
  3. 780 Degrees Celcius, pop the bar in some pickle afterwards and that takes alot of the copper oxides off
  4. Melted loads down in the past. They make fairly ugly bars due to the really high copper content. The copper in the alloy absorbs oxygen and hydrogen from the atmosphere, then when you pour the bar and the metal cools. It releases these gas'es and you get tiny bubbles on the surface of the bar. I'd recommend pour it in a reducing environment, or spray some 3-1 oil in the mould first. With regards to legality, it's perfectly fine. I found .500 bars harder to stamp than sterling bars. Looking forward to the video
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