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The Pamphlet Collection of Sir Robert Stout: Volume 41

Mining and Metallurgy

Mining and Metallurgy.

Class 82.—Collections and specimens of rocks, minerals, ores. Ornamental stones. Hard stones. Refractory substances. Earths and clays. Various mineral products. Raw sulphur. Rock salt; salt from salt springs.

Mineral fuel: various kinds of coal, coal dust, and compressed coal. Asphalte and rock asphalte. Bitumen. Mineral tar. Petroleum, &c.

Metals in a crude state: pig-iron, iron, steel, cast-steel, copper, lead, gold, silver, zinc, antimony, &c. Alloys.

Products of washing and refining precious metals, of gold-beating, &c.

Electro-metallurgy: objects, gilt, silvered, or coated with copper, steel, nickel, &c., by the galvanic process.

Products of the working of metals: rough castings, bells, wrought-iron, iron for special purposes, sheet-iron, and tin plates, iron plates for casing ships and constructions, &c.

Sheet-iron coated with zinc or lead; copper, lead, and zinc sheets, &c.

Manufactured metals: blacksmiths' work, wheels and tires, unwelded pipes, chains, &c.

Wire drawing. Needles, pins, wire ropes, wire-work, and wire-gauze; perforated sheet-iron.

Hardware, edge-tools, ironmongery, copper, sheet-iron, tinware, Sec.

Other metal manufactures.