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    This is a Steve Good Pattern. The top and bottom are Mahogany and the center is White Oak. Finished with shellac.

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    Life is hard. It is even harder when you are being stupid.
    John Wayne

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    Nice job DW....I guess that would be to large for a pocket watch wouldn't it
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      DW: nice job
      i made one of those a couple of weeks ago and a women bought it to carry in her purse which i thought was a little strange but she said since she travels alot it was just what she needed and she gave me 350 pesos for it which is around 32.50 USD
      Erssel

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