A woodcut showing workers purifying silver. For coins--the use to which most silver was put--the metal obtained by the cupellation of lead was not the best, because it contained too much undesirable material. It was necessary to purify it still further, b : Stock Illustration
A woodcut showing workers purifying silver. For coins--the use to which most silver was put--the metal obtained by the cupellation of lead was not the best, because it contained too much undesirable material. It was necessary to purify it still further, b : Stock Illustration

A woodcut showing workers purifying silver. For coins--the use to which most silver was put--the metal obtained by the cupellation of lead was not the best, because it contained too much undesirable material. It was necessary to purify it still further, b

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