Do you remember 1983? They just don't make 'em like they used to...
These are in good shape overall, but showing their age, mostly just on the covers. Some shelf wear, minor rips on a few edges, minor creasing or staining. These covers are white, so there are noticeable grey wear marks (You can see some of them in the pictures).. We have reflected this in the prices.
Jan/Feb 1983, no. 38 - Building a Secretaire-Bookcase (103 pages)
Marquetry on Furniture, Portfolio: Walker Weed, Turning a Matched Set of Bowls, Turning Goblets
Mar/Apr 1983, no. 39 - Furnituremaking in the Northwest (105 pages)
Letting the Wood Bend Its Own Way, A platform fixture for a fancy table, Souping Up the Block Plane, Sharpening to a Polished Edge, Wallace Nutting
May/June 1983, no. 40 - Cooperage (107 pages)
Miniatures by Machine, Straightening Up an Old Secretary, A Spider-Leg Carriage Table, Making Wooden Buckets, Taos Furniture
July/Aug 1983, no. 41 - Giant Turnings (102 pages)
A Wooden Tablesaw, The Laminated Wood Ribbon, Respiratory Hazards, Making Ax Handles, The Legendary Norris Plane, Turning Giant Bowls
Sept/Oct 1983, no. 42 - Making Cabriole Legs (118 pages)
A Small Highboy, Cabriole Legs, Designing Trestle Tables, Making a Router Table, How I Make a Rocker, Working Locks Made of Wood
Nov/Dec 1983, no. 43 - Making Boxes (122 pages)
Quick and Tricky Little Boxes, Splitting Out a Firewood Tote, Shop-Testing Five Jointer-Planers, Cutting Dovetails With the Tablesaw