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Tin today and then


Tin is contained in solder, is an important technology metal, which is also built in various energy sources.

Printed circuit boards need tin, solder, so electronic components can be connected. Because tin is a soft heavy metal and has a low melting point. Tin was already used in the Bronze Age. Bronze consists of tin and copper, and it was used to produce tableware, bracelets and swords. Now archaeologists always like to find out where the tin came from, which was used in the Bronze Age. Because the findings would reveal what trade relations existed at that time. The solution could come from a merchant ship that sank around 1320 B.C. off what is now the west coast of Turkey.

When the wreck was found in 1982, ten tons of copper ingots and one ton of tin ingots were discovered. So much tin from the Bronze Age had never been found anywhere before. But the mystery of where the tin came from has not yet been solved. Different researchers and professors still argue today where the tin came from.

Some consider the Mushiston tin deposit in northwestern Tajikistan and mines in the Taurus Mountains to be the country of origin. The others do not consider this to be proven and see Cornwall in Great Britain as the country from where the tin came. The Saxon-Bohemian Ore Mountains or the Iberian Peninsula could also be possible.

Today, by the way, there is a company, First Tin – https://www.commodity-tv.com/ondemand/companies/profil/first-tin-ltd/ -, which is seeking advanced tin projects in Australia and in Germany, Saxony. The Tellerhäuser project in the Ore Mountains is close to the approval process for construction and operation.

In Australia and Tasmania, Tin One – https://www.commodity-tv.com/ondemand/companies/profil/tinone-resources-inc/ – is working on prospective tin, lithium and tin/tungsten projects. As the transport routes for tin were also in the Bronze Age, tin and tin companies are definitely worth paying attention to for investors.

Corporate information and press releases from First Tin (- https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/first-tin-plc/ -).

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