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    Books

    1. The American Shakers and their Furniture. John G. Shea. This is an excellent hardbound book with lots of photos and measured drawings. The dust cover is torn and worn as shown, but the book is in great condition. This book is one of my favorites, but I happened across a second one, and thought I'd see if a Family member could use it. $12 plus media mail shipping.

    2. The Living Room - Timeless Traditional Woodworking Projects. George Buchanan. Hardbound and in excellent condition. Includes projects: Sewing box, oak stool, side table, Scandinavian Armchair, bureau, couch with drawers, hanging mirror, bookcase. Has lots of drawings and color photos. $10 plus media mail shipping.

    3. Sharpening Small tools. Ian Bradley. A small paperback book.$3 plus media mail shipping.

    Thanks,
    Ken
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    Sale Pending on American Shakers.

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    Nuts...wasn't fast enough
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bob Gibson View Post
    Nuts...wasn't fast enough
    It's never too late! Get it for as low as $1.42 (paperback) or $1.99 (hardback):

    http://used.addall.com/SuperRare/Ref...05100422865969

    S&H is (no doubt) extra.

    I've consulted addALL.com for years. This is one of the first times it came back with nothing, but then I saw the link to used.addall.com ... and discovered a whole new world!

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    The living room book is retired from a library, and is still available, as is the sharpening book.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kerry Burton View Post
    It's never too late! Get it for as low as $1.42 (paperback) or $1.99 (hardback):

    http://used.addall.com/SuperRare/Ref...05100422865969

    S&H is (no doubt) extra.

    I've consulted addALL.com for years. This is one of the first times it came back with nothing, but then I saw the link to used.addall.com ... and discovered a whole new world!


    WOW, a goldmine
    Never heard of these guys before.
    Faith, Hope & Charity

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    Prices lowered

    Kerry - great site. Thanks for the additional info.

    As for my two books,

    Prices lowered:

    Sharpening $2 plus media mail
    Living Room Furniture $5 plus media mail

    both for $6 plus media mail

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    Sale pending. Thanks.

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