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Re: Are woodworking books obsolete?

JL
I am the wrong person to ask about books :D - we have donated hundreds of our old books to the library. Some were shelved, some were sold at the used book sales.

In terms of woodworking books and magazines - I have a few. I have several types of books. Inspirational - like books on Shaker furniture or Colonial Williamsburg Furniture, shop books (router jigs, techniques), plans and sketches (Windsor chairs, etc.).

I have a deal with our local library - I am slowly culling out my woodworking books. They have agreed to shelve them if they are in good enough shape. It turns out there has been some interest in them.

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