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PostPosted: Sun 28 Feb, 2010 3:49 pm    Post subject: Metallurgical Testing of mail         Reply with quote

Has anyone seen any Metallurgical Testing results of European mail? If so what kind of test were done and who did the tests and what results etc. I am interested in having some Japanese mail or kusari tested to see if the metal used was actually a European import, relative strength, composition, if the color was really black lacquer or something else etc, and wanted to see if I could find any info of the methods used, were the tests were done and the results in order to do a fair comparison. Any leads or thoughts would be helpful.
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