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Suggestions for relining/retinning copper pots/places needed

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Hi all,
we have some copper cookware, some of it from way back when these newly wed US citizens could still afford things at Julia's Dehellerin in Les Halles.
We have been married a long time, so if quality was better 20 or more years ago, these are of that quality.
advice is sought on to who and where to take them; estimations of cost relative to other possibilites would be greatly appreciated.

here's the list:

one sauce pan t/one very large sautoir (straight sided frying pan, 10 1/2 inches across interior dimension x 3 1/2 deep) need relining
a cover is slightly ben and needs rehammering into shape
and an unlined copper egg beating bowl was overshined and there has been a change in the quality of the copper, so it needs an expert diagnosis of whether the change was fatal to the copper.

thanks in advance
and why not
bon appetit!

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    1. Check out East Coast Tinning. Could not be any better or more professional. They are my goto retinners...
      http://www.eastcoasttinning.com