Heavy Necklace
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  1. #1
    Apr 2007
    Lindsay, California
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    Heavy Necklace

    This thing weighs 86 grams That's over 3 Ounces!!
    I is not marked, it's not silver, The ends are soldered on, not just crimped
    I know it must be something cheap, but what cheap metal would be that heavy

    (Morgan for size)

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    R.I.P all the worms i killed digging my loot.

    Apr 2008
    Auburn Hills MI
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    Re: Heavy Necklace

    Titanium maybe? I don't know interesting though!!! Great Find !!!

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  3. #3
    Oct 2006
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    Re: Heavy Necklace

    Thats a big O chain Tim

  4. #4
    '' Don't put off Detecting tomorrow what you can dig up today! ''

    Mar 2007
    Baytown, Texas
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    Re: Heavy Necklace

    whatever it is, i like it. how long is it?
    '' Just try'in to fill the treasure box''

  5. #5
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    Oct 2006
    New Zealand
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    Re: Heavy Necklace

    If it's heavy for it's size, it most definitely isn't titanium. Maybe stainless steel?

  6. #6

    Jun 2008

    Re: Heavy Necklace

    Hi Tim ,,,, Copper is almost as heavy as silver and when silver plated ,looks like silver.,Did you clean it,or did you find it as shone? It looks like it is silver plated. If you place a Drop of sulfuric acid (battery acid) on a scratched area AND IT TURNS green, YOU KNOW IT IS COPPER,, IF IT TURNS GREY it is silver, no reaction: nickel or stainless.(OR PLATINUM!!!) Be careful of the acid. Or you can go to a COIN SHOP and they will test it for you.
    Oh by the way ,1 TROY ounce = 31.1034768 grams( or simply 31.1 Gm.) 12 Troy ounces to a Troy Pound. Troy is used for weighing precious metals: silver,gold, platinum,Etc. FYI
    Any way ,that is a nice looking necklace , what ever it is made of. I wish I'd have found it.
    Tom Sr.



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