What You Get
Woodsmith, No. 18, November 1981. Feature articles include a Colonial dry sink, Colonial wall-hung china cabinet, bed-side stand, plus tips for easy hexagons, dado for hinges, haunched mortise & tenon, building raised panels, building drawers, drawer guides, and more. This magazine measures about 11″ x 8-1/2″ and has 24 pages with three holes punched in left margin for placement in notebook.
See the photo above. In good condition for age with expected storage and moisture ripple along top right edge (no stain or stick). No names or markings found. From clean, smoke-free home.
Generally sent the same day you pay. Unless you request otherwise, I will back this with one piece of box cardboard (to help prevent the Post Office from bending it), wrap it in plastic wrap (to help protect the item from moisture or torn packaging), then send inside a manila envelope (or brown paper) when sent via First Class Mail with Delivery Confirmation. This is the cheapest postage option that includes both item protection and tracking. See the shipping page to give you an estimate on the cost of a First Class Light package. I am delighted to combine postage and insurance costs if you purchase more than one item. The second item may travel for free or just a few cents more — so it’s worth taking a look at my other items before you complete your order.
If you’d like more information about or photos of any of the projects in Woodsmith, No. 18, please feel free to contact me.
The more you buy, the cheaper postage is per item!