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Marco Rock and Mortar

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I’m looking to sell an assortment of Marco Rock and a new tub of E-400 mortar (natural color).

I don’t have a scale, but if I had to guess the weight of the rock it’s somewhere around 50 lbs. There’s a mixture of standard Marco Rock, a couple of base rocks, and some shelf rock. A few of the pieces are already mortared together.

I’m looking to get $100 for all of it. The normal Marco rock is $3+/pound. The base rock and shelf rock is more. I’m not willing to separate at this point. We can meet somewhere in the Dayton or Columbus area.

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