The head of this Eagle is made from K18 Gold and the body is made from silver. Both pieces are made from two different molds; hence, the two pieces are soldered together afterwards.
When we, DELTAone, buyback the Eagles from our customer, we first inspect the joints near the head. For most of them, we are able to tell if it is genuine or not by just looking at it.
On the first image, we have the length of the head. The length of every Eagle (L) must stay the same in size, since it is created from the same mold. However, please take note that some Eagles (L) have distorted head depending on how it was soldered.
Now moving on to the weight of the Eagle and the shape of the Metal Stamp. The Metal Stamp is one of the key areas to inspect. Since each Metal Stamps are soldered with the body afterwards by hand, there might be slight differences with each Eagles.
Speaking about the weight, it varies between 37g to 45g. The Eagles that weighs more than 42g are considered rare.
For our final review, we will measure the length of the shoulder as shown in the 3rd image. Every Eagle should have a length that is similar to each other. Because of the arch, it might cause small variances in the measurement, however the impact is minimal.
There are several points that a fake goro’s cannot copy. Our experienced team always focus on delivering the genuine goro’s to our customers !