Copper strips This is elemental copper in rectangular strips. The cross sectional dimensions are; .46 (46/100) inch by .10 (10/100) inch, or more colloquially, about a half inch by one tenth inch. The weight is ~0.22 ounces per linear inch, or about one pound per six feet of length (closer to 16 oz./72.78888 inches, but who's counting). Due to my method of acquisition (see below), we only have three foot lengths (some are a little longer) as a maximum, but are happy to subdivide as required. A little provenance for anyone interested. I reclaimed this from a decommissioned industrial transformer (it weighs, or did prior to its diet, about 1200 lbs.), along with some twelve ounce (per square foot) sheet copper which we will also list, and copper foil which we are not listing (I need to cut some numbers and letters from this). I was curious (my eternal downfall) as to some of the particulars of it's construction (e.g. dielectrics, tap locations, bobbin type, ad infinitum). upon dissection (literally, I cut it in half), I noticed the "patina" displayed, and found it attractive (this was on the sheet copper (I know, know, p. poor writing, way too much subtext). The misses found it intriguing also and suggested that we post it to Etsy. Having been so well received in many of our other offerings I agreed, as we also have been queried in the past as to whether we might have some copper shapes available. The apparent pattern on the rectangular strip is from the tape (dielectric) which was wrapped in a manner similar to some bicycle handlebars. Although I have not as of yet tried, I will be happy to attempt a non-destructive (fairly so) removal of this down to plain shiny copper by pickling in dilute nitric and thoroughly rinsing, which I have good reason to believe will yield excellent results. P.S. I am not responsible for the pictures (please don't let the misses learn of this note, she already thinks of me as "him"). I am much more a*** retentive than this, and will try to upgrade them shortly. Thank you for your time and interest. P.P.S. We have somewhere in the neighborhood of 500-700 feet of this, and are pricing it per foot, and as nearly always with our offerings, the shipping charge of $4.00 does not change (go up) regardless of the size of the order.