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 .
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.
It trades more than 20 major minerals, including electrolytic copper, blister copper, zinc concentrates, tin concentrates, tin ingot, lead concentrate, titanium, high grade lead-antimony, manganese, wolfram, iron, mercury, aluminium and bauxite.
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The SS Cheerful dates from a time when steam power was replacing sail and tin ingot smelting in Cornwall was an active industry, so it is a loss to us all if sites like this are picked apart and the wreck and its contents lost piece by piece.
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A LORRY loaded with 11 tonnes of tin ingots was hijacked on its way from Liverpool to London.
Supply of 10 tons raw tin ingots and 3 tons raw zinc 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.