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Help identify a copper pan

cannibal | Nov 26, 201010:24 AM

Picked up this saucepan today at Marshall's. I was originally there looking for a saucier to gift my sister and this glint of copper caught my eye from behind a couple stock pots. heavy, thick walls, and a iron handle, and what seems like tin lining. The little booklet that hung from the loop of the handle had the cover torn off, i flipped the booklet over and the pricetag read $7.00. I almost dropped it from the shock and then double checked to make sure it actually said 7 dollars. I checked for a lacquer coating and found none, this looks to be a functional piece. Even if this is a non-functional piece, i think it's still a steal at 7 bucks.
Does anyone have a clue of who makes it or resources to help ID the sauce pan? I added some pictures, pay no attention to the mess on the stove...i haven't cleaned up from thanksgiving yet :P

edit: i measured the wall thickness with calipers and it is 2.5mm

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