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    Default Southern Silky Oak and more!

    Nowhere to store it...and its not coming with me!
    Stacks of Silky Oak and some other stuff...end sealed/sprayed for borer/superb quality
    Many butterfly matching pairs...box makers/turners heaven
    Boards around 28mm(heaps)/40mm/50mm/65mm thick...450mm-600mm long thereabouts
    Varying widths but heaps at 200mm/150mm/125mm and heaps of 65mm x 65mm/75mm x 75mm and some 100mm x 100mm too
    Not to mention bowl blanks up to 450mm x 450mm square and hundreds of pen blanks!(many with fiddleback)Blackwood/Coachwood/Mango/Cedar(White and Red) and others!
    Selling pack lots ONLY! Bring a ute or trailer and throw it in yourself!
    From $250-$350 a pack thereabouts...CHEAP!!!!!!!!!!Some packs have over 100 pieces!
    Shed to be emptied by this monday at the latest
    Timber has been stored in container for some time and is NOT going back there
    Come get a bargin...Strictly pick up only...MM
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    Quote Originally Posted by MAPLEMAN View Post
    Nowhere to store it...and its not coming with me!
    Stacks of Silky Oak and some other stuff...end sealed/sprayed for borer/superb quality
    Many butterfly matching pairs...box makers/turners heaven
    Boards around 28mm(heaps)/40mm/50mm/65mm thick...450mm-600mm long thereabouts
    Varying widths but heaps at 200mm/150mm/125mm and heaps of 65mm x 65mm/75mm x 75mm and some 100mm x 100mm too
    Not to mention bowl blanks and hundreds of pen blanks!
    Selling pack lots ONLY! Bring a ute or trailer and throw it in yourself!
    From $250-$350 a pack thereabouts...CHEAP!!!!!!!!!!
    Shed to be emptied by this monday at the latest
    Timber has been stored in container for some time and is NOT going back there
    Come get a bargin...Strictly pick up only...MM
    Any chance of shipping?

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    Quote Originally Posted by critterjg View Post
    Any chance of shipping?

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    No chance...i am not well enough to palletise it unfortunately...MM
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    These pics are indicative of the quality throughout...and are also included!
    Pretty red/pink hues and many with heavy figure including 'Fiddleback' and 'Birds-eye'...MM
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    Nice!!

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    I live in the wrong state [emoji853].

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    I'm sure this will go no probs! -sigh- I'm too far away = down in Vic. Seems to be a distinct lack of timber sales down here!

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    Hi mapleman , I will give you a call .. I think I still have your number..

    cheers

    sean

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    Quote Originally Posted by Monsteroz View Post
    Hi mapleman , I will give you a call .. I think I still have your number..

    cheers

    sean
    P.M sent sean...MM
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bitslong View Post
    I'm sure this will go no probs! -sigh- I'm too far away = down in Vic. Seems to be a distinct lack of timber sales down here!
    The boards are brilliant in terms of colour and grain...from old gnarly trees too...bugger your not closer Bitslong...MM
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    Chris, This definitely comes under the category of cruel and unusual punishment for all of us who are not within relatively easy reach of you. Hope you have a successful clearance (can't imagine there won't be plenty of interest) and manage your move with the minimum of stress. I guess you're not moving far?

    Cheers,
    David

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    Quote Originally Posted by aldav View Post
    Chris, This definitely comes under the category of cruel and unusual punishment for all of us who are not within relatively easy reach of you. Hope you have a successful clearance (can't imagine there won't be plenty of interest) and manage your move with the minimum of stress. I guess you're not moving far?

    Cheers,
    David
    Thanks Dave...don't think it will last at the price either...least i hope not!
    Moving far...yes!...like some 1800km's...MM
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    MM, how much is there in the way of other species (especially any thick bowl blanks)? I know it's an unpopular opinion, but I've never really liked silky much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rtyuiop View Post
    MM, how much is there in the way of other species (especially any thick bowl blanks)? I know it's an unpopular opinion, but I've never really liked silky much!
    Hi Danny...mostly Silky but a few stacks of Acacia(one species unsure of but stunningly figured)...bits of White Cedar, Mango,Jacaranda,Grey Gum,Tallow...Silky is as i stated more red/pink tones as opposed to the yellow tones...i think your opinion of it would alter if you viewed this lot though ...but look,each to their own ...older,harder grown trees always seem to produce more interesting grain and colour,regardless of the species too...MM
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    Cheers Chris - do you have a photo or two of the stacks of mystery acacia? Trying to figure out if I can make it up there on the weekend.

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