Material - Surfaces

Our specialty is the surface finishing with various types of patina.

Brass, patinated brass

Brass, patinated brass

Brass gloss - with its specific shade and gloss without surface finishing.

Patinated brass - During patination, surface of the medal is chemically and evenly oxidized and darkens to the desired tone. This will give it the appearance of so-called old brass. Medals modified in this way can be covered with a surface varnish to prevent further darkening.

Steel gloss, old-silver steel

Steel gloss, old-silver steel

A cheaper variant suitable not only for tokens is steel. This material can be treated with an old-silver surface finishing.

Steel gloss - standard steel look. Suitable for cheap mass embossing. To prevent corrosion of the steel product, the surface is treated with a colorless varnish.

Old-silver look is steel modified by patination. Prevents corrosion and highlights embossed edges. Suitable for use in token minting. To prevent corrosion of the steel product, the surface is treated with a colorless varnish.

Copper gloss, patinated copper

Copper gloss, patinated copper

Copper gloss - standard copper look

Patinated copper - copper modified by patination

Alpacca/Nickel Silver

Alpacca/Nickel Silver

An alloy of copper and nickel, as well as zinc and possibly other metals, also known for its appearance as new silver. This alloy is often referred to as paktong. We are able to gild it with 24 ct. gold.

Silver & Gold

Silver & Gold

We can mint into a precious metals like silver and gold, in the highest purity of 999/1000. Each product is properly stamped with a hallmark stating the weight, diameter and genuineness of the metal. We offer both gold 24 ct. and silver 999/1000.