Scrap bronze prices are not very high and so it can take a lot of this material for you to see any sort of decent return. You will also find it very difficult to source a meaningful amount of the metal too, it is quite rare throughout households and most industries in the United Kingdom. This is quite strange however as metals which are rarely sold as scrap often have a high average price, this means that you only need to acquire a small amount to make it worthwhile for yourself. Unfortunately for people who have a large stash of bronze to sell, this is not the case. Many local scrap yards in the UK are also unwilling to accept the metal, this can be a bit of a pain if you are looking to quickly shift your collection. Scrap bronze is easy to identify and can be found in a few places around the home, it has historically been used to join pieces of metal together, but this tradition has been slowly phased out over the years.