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Solid tungsten coin.
An example of the element Tungsten

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Solid tungsten coin.
Made by the same people as the pen above, this is basically an advertising token for the Inkling Pen company. Note that it is not by any means a free advertising token. As with anything made of tungsten, you can't mistake it for anything ordinary the moment you pick it up. It also has an amazing ability to spin and rattle for a really long time as it settles down.
Would anyone pay $180 for an advertising token? I don't know, but for what it's worth, I bought two of them, one for me and one as a gift for Oliver Sacks.
Source: Inkling Pen Company
Contributor: Theodore Gray
Acquired: 27 October, 2005
Text Updated: 11 August, 2007
Price: $180
Size: 1.5"
Purity: 95%
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