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Three pound bar.
An example of the element Nickel

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Nickel Three pound bar
Three pound bar.
Certain of my samples fall in the category of "potential murder weapon" and this is definitely one of them. It's also very silky smooth and a pleasure to hold. The source reports it was made for some kind of electroplating experiment, but it clearly hasn't been corroded in any way.

Here is a picture of quite possibly the only five-year-old in history who has ever jumped over a bar of solid nickel being supported by two magnesium rods:


Source: eBay seller kingendymion
Contributor: Theodore Gray
Acquired: 22 November, 2002
Price: $30
Size: 18"
Purity: >90%
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