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TRADITIONAL WOODWORKING HANDTOOLS

TRADITIONAL WOODWORKING HANDTOOLS
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A MANUAL FOR THE WOODWORKER by Graham Blackburn The second volume in Graham Blackburn's Illustrated Workshop Series, Traditional Woodworking Handtools covers every aspect of choosing, rehabilitating, and getting the most out of traditional handtools, it's the ideal guide for creating beautiful details, perfect fit, and final finish to any woodworking project and a reminder of why in this age of machines, handtools remain the best and - very often- the only way to go.

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