Yes, most (all??) of the text is in English, German, and French (sorry, no Spanish). The common names on each page with the pictures of the wood are in English, German, French and Spanish. The index, however, seems to only have the names in English, German and French. I just checked a couple of the wood names in Spanish and couldn't find them in the index so I assume the index is only in E, G, and F.
Originally Posted by Toni Ciuraneta
The book is actually a reprint of something put together some years ago when Spanish was not as prominent as it is today. I guess that the copyright on the original expired and that's why the book is not more expensive.
If you can isolate the wood to a species, say oak, you can probably find what you want because all the oak is together - but you'd have to go page by page looking at the wood picture pages to find the Spanish name, which would allow you to cross reference it to E, G or F.
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