Alchemic gold

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"A gold ink composition developed early in the 20th century as a substitute for imitation gold leaf. It was said to be "free from acid," as well as non-tarnishing. Its principal virtue seems to have been that it eliminated the necessity of sizing, laying-on, and rubbing off."<ref name="test"> [1] Roberts, Matt T. and Etherington. "Alchemic gold". Bookbinding and the Conservation of Books, A Dictionary of Descriptive Terminology. 1994. Web. 21 July 2014.</ref>

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