Tin ingots (Chinese: 斗锡) were a trading currency unique to Malacca.
Cast in the shape of a peck, or dou in Chinese, each ingot weighs just over 1 pound (0.45 kg). Ten blocks made up one unit called a small bundle, and 40 blocks made up one large bundle.
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