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- n. An alloy of copper, antimony, zinc and tin patented in 1770 by William Tutin, whose firm used it in commercial production of housewares.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The trade-name of a variety of Britannia metal.
From William Tutin, an English manufacturer (Wiktionary)
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