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Silver-zinc
General information
Material type

alloy

Color

white/gray

Magnetic?

no

Composition

silver, zinc

Numismatic information
Used for

pattern coins

Used by

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Silver-zinc is an uncommon alloy consisting of silver and zinc. It is white to gray in color and does not have magnetic properties. The alloy has not been used commonly for coinage; Krause's Standard Catalog of World Coins includes only one listing for a silver-zinc coin, a 1941 2 franc pattern coin of Switzerland.

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