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    FINALLY! A Canadian distributor for Tupelo carving wood for Canadian carvers!
    Premium quality Tupelo from Eastern North Carolina available in almost any size carving block required.
    Large or small block - $13.00 per board foot (Canadian)
    Contact TUPELO TIMBER for details!

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    Tupelo carving wood for sale

    FINALLY! A Canadian distributor for Tupelo carving wood for Canadian carvers!
    Premium quality Tupelo from Eastern North Carolina available in almost any size carving block required.
    Large and small blocks - $13.00 per board foot (Canadian)
    Contact TUPELO TIMBER for details!

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      Re: Tupelo carving wood for sale

      Sorry! can get tupelo for 7.00 bf!

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        Re: Tupelo carving wood for sale

        we saw your ad the other two times it was posted!

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