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Attachment in the form of a head of a goddess wearing the double crown. Leaded bronze, gold, and electrum sheet on crown; Egyptian blue and glass inlays. Third Intermediate Period, c. 1070 - 664 B.C. | The Metropolitan Museum

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Electrum stater (obverse). Greek. Minted in Ionia. 6th century B.C. | The…

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Electrum coin (reverse). Minted in Carthage. Greek. | The British Museum

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A SUMERIAN ELECTRUM HEDGEHOG CIRCA EARLY 2ND MILLENNIUM B.C.

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Electrum and glass nefer pendants and beads. New Kingdom. 18th dynasty. 1550–1295 B.C. | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

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Bronze aegis of Isis with inlays of electrum, silver, and bronze. Third…

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Nefer pendants and beads Egyptian, New Kingdom, Dynasty 18, 1550–1295 B.C.

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Stater. Kyzikos (Turkey) Date: 410 - 330s BC 1998 - 2015 The State Hermitage Museum.

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Stater. Country, issuer: Asia Minor. City of Kizik. Date: 410 - 330s b.c. Material: electrum (a natural alloy of gold and silver). Technique: chased. | © 1998 - 2015 The State Hermitage Museum.

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Electrum mask. Grave Gamma, Grave Circle B, Mycenae Athens National Archaeological Museum

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