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woodworking books and mags

Posted by daisymaewi5 (My Page) on
Sat, Sep 11, 10 at 20:59

I have a bunch of woodworking books (Norm plus Time/Life type series) and a bunch of woodworking mags all dated late 90s and early 2000s. I want to get rid of them and would prefer a bit of cash. Craig's List has been a bust, not one bite. Any suggestions? Not sure if they are worth shipping, unless someone is willing to pay for it.


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RE: woodworking books and mags

Try a local used bookstore. The books don't sound like they're worth much, but you might get something.


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RE: woodworking books and mags

There are several woodworking forums where membership is free that have places to seell woodworking related stuff.

www.woodnet.net is one. Join, find the Swap n Sell forum and list some of the stuff. Some of the folks will actually help you with value. I can't guarantee you will sell all or any, but it is free.


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