I HAVE HAD THIS LISTED FOR LONG ENOUGH.
IF IT DOES NOT SELL IN THE NEXT TWO WEEKS
I AM JUST GOING TO SELL IT TO THE SCRAP METAL RECYCLERS.
Roll of Copper Veneer - Nevamar Pure Metals
This is something left over from a job my husband did 15-20 years ago.
It has been sitting in our shed ever since.
Some of my pictures look like it has flaws. It does, but not as many as it appears.
It is just the shiny surface reflecting in the sun.
Some places even look like it is bent. It is not. Just the way it picked up the light.
And I guess it was the lighting also that caused the bright copper to look like aluminum.
There are two sheets - each one 24" x 120" (2 feet by 10 feet).
Selling them together as one lot at the one price I have listed.
They have been rolled up together and the part of the one that was exposed has gotten damaged.
I have taken pictures of that part up pretty close
and then used my photo editor to circle the damage
so that you can consider how serious it is and how much you might be able to use.
I attempted to measure the thickness and think it is about 3 mm.
And it all weighs a little over 15 pounds.
I don't know what guage that would make it. Maybe you know how to calculate that.
It is quite stiff. You can see from my pictures that
it was able to hold itself partly off of the ground.
When I rolled it back up I put old sheets between the two layers,
in addition to the plastic that come to protect it, which is starting to come off.
I cannot find the numbers inside it on the internet. I guess they are too old.
But if it helps you, they are 4-1544-211.
My husband used this on a bar he had the job of remodeling.
I am clearing out of our garage things I don't know a whole lot about.
Are you aware that you can finance it if you like?
Notice alongside the bottom of my picture that it says "Payments"
and then lists PayPal, Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover.
I copied the following pricing from a website where they sell copper sheets.
The price for a 2' by 10' sheet - 24 guage is about $830.
I have two of those sheets. As far as I can see, the one is flawless.
And the other one probably has large sections that can be used.
I suppose originally the plastic coating on the back was sufficient to protect the adjoining layer,
but since it is coming off, before I rolled them back up this time I put old sheets between them.
If you can figure the guage and it is not 24 guage,
and if you have an interest in it, please contact me and we will look again for prices.
I will be happy to work with you on the price.