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1982 Hardcover Fine Woodworking Techniques 4: Issues 20–25 Book - $10 (Northwest Austin)

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condition: like new
size / dimensions: 12" x 9" x 2.72"

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1982 Hardcover Fine Woodworking Techniques 4: Issues 20–25 Book
COMPARE @ Retail $16.95
DESCRIPTION: Articles on methods, tools, and materials covering all aspects of woodworking; rich in line drawings and photo-illustrations. Fine Woodworking has been publishing the best woodworking information for small shop woodworkers since 1975. "A variety of ideas about wood, tools, the shop, joinery, cabinetmaking, bending, veneering and finishing are presented in 232 pages of text, photographs, and illustrations. You'll hear from some well-known professionals: Tage Frid (on working with hardwood plywood), Ian Kirby (on how to cut dovetails), and R. Bruce Hoadley (on the properties of the dowel joint). ... you'll find tools, jigs and tricks that readers have discovered after years of experimenting."
* Includes Dust-Jacket (Under the original dust jacket is a wonderful Grey Linen Hardcover Book)
* Publisher: ‎ Taunton Press (June 1, 1982)
* Language: ‎ English
* Hardcover: ‎ 232 pages
* Item Weight: ‎ 2.65 pounds
* Dimensions: ‎ 12" x 9" x 2.72"
* Printed in the USA
* REVIEW “Any one interested in woodworking will know of the excellent American magazine 'Fine Woodworking'. It is hard to beat for technical information and inspiration. This is a way of picking up early issues, bound into a book, at reasonable cost. Black and White illustrations.”
* Table of Contents includes: Making a basket from a tree and A one-piece chair (see photos)

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