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    Imitation Gold Ink

    A type of ink designed to impart a metallic gold luster to a printed image, utilizing aluminum powder to provide the sheen and a yellow colorant to provide the gold hue. "Non-imitation" gold inks use bronze or copper flakes. (See Metallic Powders.)

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