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    Quote Originally Posted by Miems View Post
    No I don't believe it has, but as a special favour would I take them off your hands, *sigh* the things I do for other people .
    Thanks for the offer but I couldnt do that to you

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    Default Re: ID a piece of wood

    I would say that the piece at the back is Oregon.
    The piece in the front looks like Zebrano to me.

    Rob

    PS Oops See someone else mentioned Zebrano as well

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    Quote Originally Posted by caranx36 View Post
    I would say that the piece at the back is Oregon.
    The piece in the front looks like Zebrano to me.

    Rob

    PS Oops See someone else mentioned Zebrano as well

    Rob
    Its actually one piece of wood

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    Default Re: ID a piece of wood

    Quote Originally Posted by Andre View Post
    I am not so sure as I am sitting at an oregon pine table.
    What also threw me was the shape on grain at the front. But you have to look at the grain length wise. Not from the top. Also give it a light sanding and you will smell if it is pine. Don't rework or it just for kiks. Unless you have decided on a GOOD use for it.

    Propper wood is becoming a scarcity these days. And don't get me started on retards whitewashing and spraypainting propper hard wood!

    Oregon does have significant value over regular pine. So please don't chop it for fire wood.
    Last edited by Karoo Klong; 2017/01/11 at 09:49 PM.

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    It's not wood, it's a witch.

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    Default Re: ID a piece of wood

    Quote Originally Posted by Defender110V8 View Post
    I was thinking Oregan pine as well , thanks for the confirmation.
    Does anyone know if blocks of 100mm x 150mm x 3700mm would have any value ?

    It does look like Oregon pine, and yes it has some value. Just look at what 2nd hand wood goes for in Observatory, Woodstock, and Brooklyn.
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