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Re: Intro and Question (copper/tin)

NASCO also has a website -- http:\\www.nascofa.com

They don't have their full catalog on line yet, though they plan to. You
can request a hard copy there; it's free and has a lot of materials you
don't often see elsewhere.

Rikki Mitman

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From:   G [SMTP:gmcneese@SURFSOUTH.COM]
Sent:   Sunday, March 19, 2000 9:04 AM
Subject:        Re: Intro and Question

Try Nasco Arts and Crafts at 1-800-558-9595

Jan Sapp wrote:
> You can find really thin copper, etc, but I'm not sure tin at a Hobby
> Look for the yellow tube.

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