Golden Yellow.

Scientific American 9, 18.11.1848

M. Guimet gives the following receipt for making a yellow color, of a golden tint, much more intense than the well known Naples yellow. Take of antinomiate of potass (carefully washed) one part, and of minium two parts, grind and mix them well into a paste; then dry the paste and reduce it to a powder; and lastly, expose the powder for four or five hours to a red heat, taking care not to raise the temperature so high as to disengage the oxygen from the lead and antimony.

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