Gold bronze

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A general name used for any bronze alloy with a goldish hue. One alloy used for architectural castings contains 89.5% copper, 2 % tin, 5.5% zinc and 3% lead. Another formulation called gold bronze is an aluminum bronze alloy that has a pale gold color. See Aluminum bronze.

Synonyms and Related Terms

aluminum gold; architectural bronze

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