It depends on the length of it.
Whatever it says on the tin
It is thinner than a sheet of paper and thinner than a piece of tin foil, both of which average about 3 thousandths of an inch
example of TIN NO
so you don't cut yourself
Tin roofings are sold at Home Depots around the country.
Tinsnips are a tool for cutting 'tin',as in roofing iron or thin metal sheet.
The pros and the cons of tin roofing weigh each other out. While tin roofing may be more aesthetically pleasing than shingles made out of wood, it does have a propensity towards rust and could cause problems for home-owners down the line.
There are a number of reputable companies that can offer you assistance in determining your tin roofing needs. I would recommend Metal Roofing Source. http://www.metalroofingsource.com/
The comparison from a tin roof to a copper roof, the copper roof is a green material that would certainly last approximately ten times longer than a tin roof that will rust and deteriorate more quickly due to its material density. Copper roofing will beautify your home and protect your roof far longer than a traditional tin roof.
Yes, tin will go corrode and go rusty if left to the elements.
The tin itself is collectible, however, I think the ammo is the more valuable piece of that package now.
The tin will dissolve u can try by put a small piece tin with soda and then check on it over the time period
That depends on the difference in size between the pound coin and the 20p piece.
The Road West - 1966 Piece of Tin 1-8 was released on: USA: 31 October 1966