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Re: [BKARTS] sheets of metal for bookmaking



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Thank you for all the information on metal.

Laurie Doctor

> From: Reed C Bowman <hammerquill@EARTHLINK.NET>
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> Date: Wed, 24 Apr 2002 23:39:17 -0700
> To: BOOK_ARTS-L@LISTSERV.SYR.EDU
> Subject: Re: [BKARTS] sheets of metal for bookmaking
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> Two suggestions:
>
> Allcraft is very good for small quantities of sheet in some metals:
> they're primarily a jewelry supply, so I don't know if they'll have
> aluminum, but they used to have pewter and they certainly have copper.
> They're WAY behind the times, and don't have a web presence, but you can
> ask them for a catalog. I think this information is still current
> (haven't dealt with them in quite a while):
>
> Allcraft
> 135 West 29th St.
> New York, NY 10001
> (212)279-7077
> Orders: (800) 645-7124
>
> If anyone wants LARGE quantities of sheet (or other shapes) brass,
> copper, nickel, zinc, stainless, or probably other things, see if you
> have a Copper and Brass Sales outlet anywhere nearby - they deliver a
> fair distance. We've done business with them for years and years (not
> for book work), and remain more than satisfied.
> http://www.copperandbrass.com/
>
> Reed C Bowman
> Oakland, California
> http://www.DavidMBowmanStudio.com
>
>
> Laurie Doctor wrote:
>
>
>> Hello,
>>
>> Does anyone have information on where to order sheets of
>> copper, pewter or aluminum? I think the copper is about
>> 20 gauge, soft enough to fold and bend. I have been getting
>> it from my hardware store.
>>
>> Thank you,
>>
>> laurie doctor
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