I have one on my back porch you can have for a dollar a pound. It's Canadian dollars so that works out to 13.9 U.S. Dollars. Apparently Canadian stones are heavier than British stones (or maybe I'm confusing it with their money). We call them rocks, to avoid confusion. I think its limestone and I wouldn't take it for granite. I'll check shipping rates in the morning. How far south should I send it?
A Stone is a measurement of weight, which is made up of 14lbs exactly.
It is about 6.35029318 kilograms
Five dollars on the block
Roughly 14.3 lbs. I think I did the calculation correct as a stone in the British nomenclature is 6.5 kilo grams. (2.2 pounds per kilo)
A stone is an old Imperial weight system used to measure body weight. One stone is equivalent to 14 pounds. It is still a popular body weight measurement in the UK.
It is perfect for a new project I am working about repair and retouch old pictures. Many thanks to share.
As a rule it's 14.3 lbs indeed. But if you want to know for sure, go to rapidshare search engine to find a suitable answer. It usually helps.