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back issue of fine woodworking

HI, I 'm looking for a back issue of Fine Woodworking. I think the issue is #145 December 2000. I built a mission style leather top desk from a section in the mag. called Masters Class. I recently entered the desk at a local show and my copy was stolen from the display. Yes I was foolish think it was safe to show. It was my intent to tell a story of vision and craftsmanship. I have checked with the publisher but this is one issue that is sold out. I am willing to purchase a copy if you have it. Thanks for reading,BJ
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check ebay people sell back issues all the time
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yup. I just went to ebay, typed in fine woodworking magazine 145 and it came up.10.00
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post #4 of 6 Old 02-28-2010, 10:18 PM
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yup. I just went to ebay, typed in fine woodworking magazine 145 and it came up.10.00
It's probably the one that was stolen from Buttjoint in the first place..... bill

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Thanks for the help woodchuck. I have a copy of Fine woodworking on the way. We will see if it was my original copy.
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Thanks for the help woodchuck. I have a copy of Fine woodworking on the way. We will see if it was my original copy.
That is just crazy that someone would just hijack your copy like that.
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