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It's probably not going to be beveled (that would look bad on such a narrow piece, plus it's going in an office lobby. So I should estimate about 20 lbs for the mirror. Designer wants a very skinny frame, surprise surprise.
Close to 2 1/2 or 4. This is a combination of the glass weight plus the miiror surface applied to the backing. Mirror quality and actual thickness vary even with stated thickness. I frame a lot of the double sink mirror which is 42x65 here. I lift it into the glass cutter with my hands gripping the top edge bare handed. If the frame is extra narrow I would back it with masonite screwed into the back of the frame to prevent bowing. Z-Bar is the best hanging system and only needs to be on the top of something the size you are working with.