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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Tenders are invited for Supply Of Tin Ingots For Aws Rg2
The ship's primary cargo was a valuable 10 tons of Cypriot copper ingots, a rare find of a ton of tin ingots and 175 glass ingots that were used as fake gemstones.
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.
FORTY tin ingots, possibly smelted on Dartmoor, were found on the riverbed, which may been all that remained of a wooden Phoenician ship smashed to smithereens in a storm.
Pirates hijacked an Indonesian ship in the Malacca Strait and held its crew hostage for two days while forcing them to unload the cargo of tin ingots in a Malaysian port instead of its intended destination in Singapore, a maritime official said Tuesday.
Davies refused to give the men the information they needed to steal a fortune in tin ingots.
The chemical de-tinning process has long been used to create clean grades of steel scrap and high-purity secondary tin ingots from industrial tin-plated scrap.