Tin Ingot


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Tin Ingot

A currency used in Malacca in the 15th century. A tin ingot was made of tin and shaped like a hexahedron block, weighing around half a kilogram.
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Tin prices were given a boost by the decision by smelters in Indonesia's main tin-producing region of Bangka island to impose a full export ban on tin ingot from Oct.
Therefore, China's demand for tin ingot rests on self-supply and marginal import.
Other major works such as Penhallurick's Tin in antiquity (1986) which do make it to the bibliography have clearly not been properly studied (Penhallurick might, incidentally have been able to advise the author that the Greek word for tin is not zinn, and that the mysterious EIC stamped on a tin ingot found off the south coast might just possibly stand for the East India Company).
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A LORRY loaded with 11 tonnes of tin ingots was hijacked on its way from Liverpool to London.
The tin ingots were also of the 'oxhide' shape but smaller than the copper ingots.
The cargo recovered includes 259 copper ingots and 27 tin ingots.
Commercial divers Peter Devlin, Steve Russ and Malcolm Cubin were accused of straying onto a shipwreck, which locals believe was loaded with treasure, while salvaging tin ingots from another sunken boat nearby.