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WTB Palladium Plus or Astrium Class rings

Discussion in 'Buy and Sell Area' started by davycoppitt, May 15, 2014.



  1. davycoppitt

    davycoppitt Seeker Seeker

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    I would be interested in buying any Palladium Plus or Astrium Class rings. If you ever come accross any you would like to sell please PM me. I may also be interested in class rings of other alloys such as Argentus or ARG. Thanks

    I would also be interested in a trade for other metals.
     
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    Just curious, what's the composition of these alloys; Argentus, ARG, or Astrium?
     
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    It is up for debate and to tell you the truth I truly don't 100% know. Astrium is believed to be 25% palladium, while all I know about Argentus/Arg is it is suppose to be silver/palladium mix. I hope to one day find the true alloy of them. I just enjoy different alloys of class rings and like to collect them.

    Most belive palladium plus is 90% + pure. I believe it is 25% or less, but most places online will tell you it is much higher, so that is also up for debate.
     
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    Thanks this reminded me of my class ring I knew it wasn't Gold because back in 1980 my family didn't have a lot of money, so I purchased one of the cheaper rings. Just dug it out and sure enough it is Argentus, hadn't thought of it for quite sometime.
     
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    Oh nice. Don't hold me on the alloys, I have tried my hardest to find the true alloys of all the above, but keep getting different answers. I believe that Argentus/ARG would be the lower of the alloys above listed. However, it still makes for a beautiful ring with a nice feel to it.
     
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    Same story here, I don't recall what its called, except its some proprietary, trademarked name.
     
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