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- Chamomile: The Healer
- Chamomile is one of the oldest favorites amongst garden herbs and its reputation as a medicinal plant shows little signs of abatement. The Egyptians reverenced it for its virtues, and from their belief in its power to cure ague, dedicated it to their gods. No...
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- Goldsmiths' Company Assay Office opens hallmarking facility at Graff
- The UK compulsory hallmark comprises three component marks: the sponsor's mark indicates who sent the article in for hallmarking. The millesimal fineness mark denotes the purity of the precious metal.
- Conchita Wurst - Rise Like a Phoenix (Austria) 2014 LIVE Eurovision Second
- Tom Neuwirth was born on November 6th, 1988, and he for the first time performed as his alter ego Conchita Wurst in 2011. Since then, he has been a symbol for tolerance and artistic freedom in Austria and beyond.
- Sometimes a bauble is not just a bauble
- The sterling silver standard has a minimum “millesimal fineness” – a system of denoting the purity of platinum, gold and silver alloys by parts per thousand of pure metal by mass in the alloy – of 925. Fine silver (99.
- Largest gold coin in the world sells for £2.6m
- With a gold content of .9999 millesimal fineness it is also one of the purest gold coins ever made. But while the coin is actually legal tender in Canada, we think the new owner could have a problem finding a store which has enough change to break it.
- TRA showcases collector's items for 124th birthday
- Aside from the lunchboxes, the TRA is also expected to unveil railway tickets made of gold with a millesimal fineness of 999.9 (or more than 24 carat).
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