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    FS: Woodworking Books Galore

    FS: Woodworking Books Galore

    I'm culling my woodworking book collection and want them to go to good homes. Prices are the ask, but feel free to make an offer on a batch that catch your interest...fitting in a flat rate box will be the most economical shipping for you. Actual shipping cost is your shipping cost from 18938. These are all in excellent condition and have been living a lonely life sitting on shelves for years.

    UPDATED: These are what remain available:

    Title Author Ask
    Lettering for Woodworkers - A craftsman's guide to design, layout and Techniques Veritas $10
    Band Saw Basics Mark and Gene Duginske $5
    Chairmaking and Design Jeff Miller $10
    Practical Design - Solution and Strategies Essentials of Woodworking $10
    Fixing and Avoiding Woodworking Mistakes (pending) Sandor Nagyszanczy $10
    Joinery Gary Rogowski $20
    Woodworking Wisdom Nick Engles $10
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    Last edited by Jim Becker; 04-13-2021 at 7:29 PM.
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    Jim, pm sent for the 18th century style, and the clockmaking books.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Mueller View Post
    Jim, pm sent for the 18th century style, and the clockmaking books.
    Acknowledged.....
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    Pm sent on 4 books

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill Dempsey View Post
    Pm sent on 4 books
    Acknowledged with a question about one you may have missed
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    Jim, Wouldn't shipping these via media mail be the cheapest?

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    Jim, I’ll take in the shaker style if still available. Not quite as heavy as my last purchase
    Some Blue Tools
    Some Yellow Tools
    A Grizzly Collection
    ShapeokoXL
    Blue and White 50 Watt

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    Jim, I'll take the Hoadley Understanding Wood if you still have it. Is this the hardcover? 1980 or 2000 edition?
    Last edited by Bob Jones 5443; 04-01-2021 at 6:21 PM.

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    Jim, PM sent earlier about the Moser & Tolpin Books.
    -david j

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    Sent a PM on a few Jim.
    A wannabe woodworker!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike Manning View Post
    Jim, Wouldn't shipping these via media mail be the cheapest?
    I will certainly check that out, Mike. The big issue with Media Mail is that I cannot pre-determine the cost..the packages have to go to the post office to ascertain price, then come home until I receive payment and then another trip to the post office to actually mail them. But I'll see if the cost difference supports that.

    Quote Originally Posted by Clark Hussey View Post
    Jim, I’ll take in the shaker style if still available. Not quite as heavy as my last purchase
    Already taken, Clark. Sorry.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Jones 5443 View Post
    Jim, I'll take the Hoadley Understanding Wood if you still have it. Is this the hardcover? 1980 or 2000 edition?
    Acknowledged. Hardcover 1980. Please PM with shipping address so I can ascertain shipping cost.

    Quote Originally Posted by David Jervis View Post
    Jim, PM sent earlier about the Moser & Tolpin Books.
    -david j
    Acknowledged

    Quote Originally Posted by David Lageman View Post
    Sent a PM on a few Jim.
    Acknowledged
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    Last edited by Jim Becker; 04-01-2021 at 7:29 PM.
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    Hi Jim. Sent PM about 500 bowl book. Thanks

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    For those that have committed to books, I'm working on getting things together this weekend as time allows. I did get a cost sheet from my friendly, local postmaster for media mail...one cannot price that online. With one exception due to destination, I'll be shipping your books via the media mail method. It does take a little longer than first class/priority, but the price is right. If anyone prefers a faster method, I'm happy to do your shipment that way upon request as it's at your cost anyway.
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    Still some titles left in the list above...
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    Hi Jim. If the wood turning book is still a available, Iíll take it. Let me know the cost to ship to 77080. Thanks
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    It's only castles burning,
    Just find someone who's turning,
    And you will come around

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    Quote Originally Posted by Walter Mooney View Post
    Hi Jim. If the wood turning book is still a available, I’ll take it. Let me know the cost to ship to 77080. Thanks
    Walter, the only books remaining are those visible in black type up above. All of the woodturning books were spoken for. Sorry.
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