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The [[SCA]] word for '''money'''.
 
The [[SCA]] word for '''money'''.
  
A metal prized for being ductile, shiny and corrosion-resistant.  Valued as precious from ancient times to today (and hence one of the materieals [[Alchemy]] desired to make.   
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A metal prized for being ductile, shiny and corrosion-resistant.  Valued as precious from ancient times to today (and hence one of the materials [[Alchemy]] desired to make.   
  
 
Used to make a variety of objects eg: [[gold thread]], [[jewelry]], [[cloth of gold]], jewelled items eg [[book covers]], statues, etc
 
Used to make a variety of objects eg: [[gold thread]], [[jewelry]], [[cloth of gold]], jewelled items eg [[book covers]], statues, etc
  
 
Also, the [[metal]]lic tincture often depicted by the [[colour]] [[yellow]] in SCA [[heraldry]].
 
Also, the [[metal]]lic tincture often depicted by the [[colour]] [[yellow]] in SCA [[heraldry]].

Revision as of 01:03, 1 July 2003

The SCA word for money.

A metal prized for being ductile, shiny and corrosion-resistant. Valued as precious from ancient times to today (and hence one of the materials Alchemy desired to make.

Used to make a variety of objects eg: gold thread, jewelry, cloth of gold, jewelled items eg book covers, statues, etc

Also, the metallic tincture often depicted by the colour yellow in SCA heraldry.