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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"No other tin ingot had ever been found, except for some very poorly preserved, corroded ones ...
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