The nickname given to Lead or White Metal alloy fakes
Due to their low melting point, they can be made in casts at home.
As you can imagine there are many different types of this fake,
but the only really reliable method of matching them to one another (apart from any obvious flaws in the moulds themselves) is the positioning of the 'sprue' mark (Where the metal was poured in to the mould) as this will need clipping off and will result in an area of the edge which is not milled & is generally too rough or too smooth.
Here is a selection of Shed Jobs. (Some from the database, others only seen here)
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