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How to Be a Jewelry Detective

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Combining logic with step-by-step proven techniques, his book provides clues for separating fine jewelry from costume jewelry, precious metals from ... Show synopsis

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  • 1. Trade paperback, Krause Publications, 2001

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retailpat

great resource for beginner collector

by retailpat on May 24, 2007

This book was recommended by experienced collectors. If you're a neophyte collector, you must start with this book. Reliable information on how to tell real pearls from fake, what tools are needed to examine jewelry and where to purchase the tools without breaking your wallet. The author reveals quick methods of identifying jewels, metals and plastics in a yard sale pile. It's hard to find this book, when you see it, grab it. You'll refer to it religiously during your first few years of collecting jewelry.

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