I have tin lined copper that I've had for about 25 years. It was the only copper available at that time.
I haven't used the skillets in a number of years because they need re-tinning and I can't get it done anymore. There are a couple places in the U.S. that I found on the internet that will do it, but the price plus shipping is nearly the price of a new pan.
A few years down the road, if you can't get it re-tinned, all that wonderful copper will be good for nothing but home decor!