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Nickel Bullion! 1080HD

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Uploaded on Aug 21, 2011

I know it's been a while since making a video, so I mashed this together for you guys. I hope to have more content up for you in the near future.......if the Royal Canadian Mint would ship it already. ;)

Canadian nickels made in 1981 and prior are 99.9% nickel and weigh 4.54 grams each, exactly 1/100th of a pound. With nickel at roughly $10 per pound that's 100% over face value. Nickel has been as high as $25 a pound!

Nickel is used in many specific and recognizable industrial and consumer products, including stainless steel, alnico magnets, coinage, rechargeable batteries, electric guitar strings, microphone capsules, and special alloys. It is also used for plating and as a green tint in glass. Nickel is pre-eminently an alloy metal, and its chief use is in the nickel steels and nickel cast irons, of which there are many varieties. It is also widely used in many other alloys, such as nickel brasses and bronzes, and alloys with copper, chromium, aluminium, lead, cobalt, silver, and gold.

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