Price of Tellurium Seen in $100-150 Per Kilogram in 2013—5N Plus

Minor Metals reported that according to Stephane Maroni, managing director of 5N Plus, the price of tellurium will stay in the $100-150 per kg range this year.

As quoted in the market news:

“Tellurium was volatile [in 2012] – prices were as high as $300 and as low as just below $100. If the price is less volatile, it will be good for the market,” Maroni said at Metal Bulletin’s Minor Metals Conference here on Thursday.

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  • I am researching the high PPM’s possibility of Tellurium in 1909-1958 copper Lincoln pennies and same period buffalo / Jefferson nickels. Imagine a PPM of 100/200 Tellurium content in that time period

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