Theodore Lowe talked a Denver assayer
into analyzing it, and it turned out to be gold ore worth $200 per ton (nearly 10 troy ounces of gold per ton--good enough to cause a stampede in most places!).
Merely remodeling a cramped assayer
's office took until April 3, 1854, and the branch mint's operations were slow and careful thereafter.
On the other hand, his other favorite example of a distinct idea, the one that assayers
have of gold is, of course, not the kind of idea that we would regard as commonplace.
Locally made bricks used in an assayer
's furnace built by Gans have been found on Roanoke.
Deborah McKenna of Alex Stewart (Assayers
) Ltd emphasises that the possibilities of contamination should never be underestimated.
' marks were removed from small or damaged plate to be soldered onto a larger piece.
Born in New York City, Ledoux made his living as head of the firm of Ledoux & Co., chemists and assayers
. But his pleasure was in writing poetry, meeting poets, writing criticism, and collecting manuscripts and Japanese prints.
The growing technical complexity, of mining generated a new technical staff of two civil engineers and three assayers
. The company's medical staff also increased from one to four men during these years.
Private equity deals completed by the team include the management buyout of Knowsley-based Alex Stewart Assayers
in a deal backed by Close Brothers Private Equity.
A FOUR goal haul from Williams helped reigning Alex Stewart Assayers
I-Zingari Premier League Champions Old Xaverians to an 8-0 rout of Division One champions Nalgo.