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I was told this is white brass....


Escwilson

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I know nothing about metals. I was told this was probably white brass instead of silver because it doesn't have .925 stamped on it. I know it's pretty heavy. Could it be silver? Or does anyone know about the marking on it? Thank you

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Magnet test will only test if it is brass plated and has  steel in it.  the only way would be to do an acid test that would spoil the figure.  Find out the worth of the figure what you would get if you sold it and it was Brass plated, Brass, Silver, then make your mind up whether it is worth acid testing.  

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