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A shiny, silvery metal that is resistant to corrosion and easily worked. It is used extensively in alloys, particularly stainless steel.
 Electrowinning button Electrowinning button.
Many metals are purified by electro-deposition, basically electroplating run for a very long time to build up a thick layer of metal. For some reason while most metals purified this way are supplied in the form of broken plate, nickel typically comes in the form of these buttons.
Source: eBay
Size: 1"
Purity: 99.9%
 Electrowinning balls Electrowinning balls.
We are actually not entirely sure of the origin of these nickel balls. They appear to be the result of an electrowinning process, but could also be from a chemical reduction process.
Source: Scrap yard
Size: 3/8"
Purity: 99.9%
 Electrowinning plate Electrowinning plate.
This very large plate has a surface similar to that of other electro-deposited metals, but it is much larger than most.
Source: Scrap yard
Size: 4"
Purity: 99.9%
 Canadian quarters Canadian quarters.
A lot of Canadian currency is made from Nickel, though currently their quarters are not. These coins are from when when they were still made with nearly pure nickel.
Source: Canada
Size: 3/4"
Purity: 99.9%