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#1

Hi,

The carpet around mine and my apprentices benches was sent to
the refiner after 5 years of work and brought almost $25,000 to
the dentists! Save your cracked of investment too!

Regards,

Skip

                              Skip Meister
                            NRA Endowment and
                               Instructor
                            @Skip_Meister
                            10/03/9716:34:44

#2

Here at Maxon’s, all the refuse that is involved with
jewelry-making goes into the container that goes to the refiner
when said container gets full. It is definitely worth it: a few
cubic feet of “junk” brings back several hundred dollars on
average. (We deal a lot with 18K gold & platinum.) Refine
everything you can, all the time.

Joel Kahn <@Joel_Kahn>
Comptroller for Maxon’s Jewelers
Diamond Merchants & Estate Jewelers
2622 S Glenstone, Springfield Missouri 65804 USA
Voice: 417-887-1800 or 417-887-1809
Fax: 417-887-3422


#3
   The carpet around mine and my apprentices benches  was sent
to the refiner after 5 years of work and brought almost $25,000
to the dentists!  Save your cracked of investment too!

I do not work in GOLD, the silver dust that ends up in the
bench, on buffers, or whatever, isn’t worth that much!!! (is it?)
New, we’re only talking around $4.00 (when ordering 100 ounces)
something per ounce. Yes, I sweep filings, I use a sheet of
paper to catch the saw stuff and filings, but beyond that, I
don’t bother. Should I get all I can? Thanks for advice.