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Old 03-06-2019, 05:07 PM   #16
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Re: Shiny Metal That Don't Rust


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Old 08-04-2019, 06:19 AM   #17
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I believe you may possibly have a Meteorite. I have acquired several upon my escapees looking for fossils. And they can be quite valuable. Take a magnet and tie it to a string and hang it over it. If it starts spinning you most likely have a meteorite, but if it is drawn straight to it, then it is probably magnetic stainless. The Germans make a black mirrored stainless which is very beautiful.
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I believe you may possibly have a Meteorite. I have acquired several upon my escapees looking for fossils. And they can be quite valuable. Take a magnet and tie it to a string and hang it over it. If it starts spinning you most likely have a meteorite, but if it is drawn straight to it, then it is probably magnetic stainless. The Germans make a black mirrored stainless which is very beautiful.
That is interesting, I will give that a try. One side of it looks like it has had a tremendous amount of heat sorta like a glassious slag look. Thanks for the information, I appreciate it.
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