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It's difficult to tell from the pictures since they have a yellow cast to them. The first picture may be alder or maple. The forth picture looks like Phillipine mahogany otherwise know as luan. The curved board and the one with the yellow end on it in the truck also looks like a mahogany
 

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The first picture and the big pieces in the truck look like cherry to me. The 4th picture could be mahogany because of the straight grain, but it could be cherry, also. The round piece on top of the pile in the truck looks like oak. The 2 pieces at the bottom of the pile in the truck look like maple. I'd say you have a mixed bag. No matter what, those are some nice pieces of wood. All kinds of fun projects can be made from them. If you have room to store them, I'd say you have found a gold mine.
 

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Hard to tell from the pictures, some of the coloring seems off. If you could clean them off in an order and stand them up outside for a better view.











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Looks like whoever used that lumber was doing tables/counters? I'd go with what they said.
Whereabouts in Texas are ya?
 

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I'm up in the DFW area.
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