Brochure for Cor-Ten Steel, 1960s

Cor-Ten steel, also known as Weathering Steel is a corrosion-resistant steel that was invented in the United States in the 1930s. The steel forms a protective layer of corrosion on its surface which means that it can be left unpainted.

This brochure is for Cor-Ten steel produced by the Scottish steel firm Colvilles.

Museum reference:
NLC-2007-579
Made by:
Scottish Studios & Engravers
On display:
In Storage: Museums
More maker details:
printer: David J Clark · Glasgow, Scotland
Associated with:
Colvilles · 195 West George Street, Glasgow, Scotland
Dimensions:
height: 276mm
width: 216mm
Materials:
paper
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