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Gnarled Manzanita 3# batch

Discussion in 'Trades, swaps, sales' started by Tom Barr, Jun 7, 2011.

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  1. Tom Barr

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    This batch replaces any prior batch listings, thus if you go to an older thread, that wood is not long available and the thread is considered closed.

    I have about 2-3 boxes left of beaver stix.

    I am only going to list 40 pieces at a time. Too hard to keep track of more.

    the boards are 2ftx4ft for a size reference


    #1 This one needs freight shipping or local/semi local pick up.
    250$
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    #2:
    55$
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    #3
    30$ and 20$
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    #4 80$
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    #5
    30$ and 20$
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    6#
    120$ and 25$
    This can be trimmed at the tips to fit most 24x48 dimensions.
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    #7
    150$
    Pic does not do this piece justice.

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    #8
    30$ and 60$
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    #9
    20$R and 30$F
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    10#
    100$ very nice and hard as rock.

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    I ship USPS if at all possible, FedEx and Freight if you want a pallet. Pallets run about 1/2 the retail cost, shipping is roughly 250-300$ for most locations in the USA. USPS is typically 10-25$ if it fits their size restrictions.

    If you are not 100%, email me, I'll refund the $, send you more wood or whatever you feel is fair. I do bulk discounting if you buy more than one piece etc. I have extras not listed and add them to orders just in case.

    Thanks you all.
     
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    11#
    45$ ea, both for 80$
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    12#
    100$, very dense and nice and flat/ribbon like wood
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    13#
    150$, very nice tree
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    14#
    Hard to see the nice twist in the pic, 80$
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    15#
    60$
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    16#
    70$
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    17#
    25$ and 70$
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    18#
    80$
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    19#
    40$ and 30$
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    20#
    50$
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    21#
    55$
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    22#
    45$ and 70$
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    23#
    75$ and 40$
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    24#
    40$ and 80$
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    25#
    90$ nice tree
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    26#
    50$ for both
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    27#
    65$
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    28#
    50$U and 30L$
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    29#
    50$ both, 30$ ea
    30#
    75$
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    31#
    35$ and 100$
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    32#
    30$ ea, 50$ for both
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    33#
    35$
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    34#
    Branches 15$ ea, tree: 50$
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    35#
    3 branches: 30$
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    36#
    3 branches nicer, 60$ 25$ ea
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    37#
    Bit dark in the pic, really really sweet tree here. 150$
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    38#
    Nice branchy twisted tree 80$
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    39#

    90$ Can trim to suit

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    40#
    30$ and 45$
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    41#
    60$
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    42#
    Very cool tree here. 140$
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    43#
    Bad pic, great piece, similar to the other greats. 125$
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    44#
    90$

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    45#
    This is a great little piece 60$
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    46#
    Set of branches ribbonized : 50$
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    47#
    25$ ea 40$ For both
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    48#
    Very nice tree branch, 60$
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    49#
    15$ and 65$
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    50#
    Cool burls:
    30$ and 60$ w hole
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    51# 10-15$ ea, 50$ for the lot.
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    52# 30$ LR and 10$ ea for the rest, 50$ for the lot.
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    53# 15$ ea, 50$ for the lot
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    54# 30$ and 80$
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    55# 100$
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    56# 80$ and 30$
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    57# 40$ and 125$(this one is really dense and cool in person)
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    58# 25$ and 70$
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    59#
    25$, 15$ and 30$
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    60# 40#
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    61#
    2 pieces, 40$ each or 70$ for both
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    62# Nice tree, no one has nabbed it yet.
    140$
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    63# 85$ and 50$

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    64# 40$ and 30$
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    65# 120$

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    66# 30$ ea, 50$ for both
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    67# 100$
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    68#
    55$ and 65$ 100$ for both
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    69# 80$ (likely FedEx)
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    70# 25$ and 40$
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    71# 100$ the tips can be trimmed to fit most 120 Gal or even smaller 4-6ft tanks.
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    72# 100$
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    73# 85$ and 50$
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    74# 25$ and 35$
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    75#
    100$
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    76#
    80$
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    77#
    45$
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    78#
    90$
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    79# 150, very nice thick and dense.

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    This should keep you all out of trouble.

    I do discount the more you buy also.
    Pallet loads are available and friegth is not too bad.

    Regards,
    Tom Barr
     
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    PM sent regarding piece #1 :D
     
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    This is very large, eg, will not fit into a box.
     
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    I'm drooling.
     
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    Tom, is #11 still available?

    tx
     
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    Yes it is.

    Regards,
    Tom Barr
     
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    Actually, I had a better idea (if you don't mind :)
    It's for a 120-P Amano, and considering how beautiful your arrangements are, which of the pieces you still have available you think would be a good fit?
    I am asking because I've never done this before...
    The tank is covered (acrylic) and will probably remain so, until I figure a cover-less way to prevent my R. einthoveni from jumping.
    Would you mind giving me some suggestions for pieces to be fully submerged?
    Thanks, Tom, and sorry to impose on you...

    mike
     
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    No prob, another thing is to simply look around, when you see something you like, link to it and send that to me.
     
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    OK, so I was thinking the following alternatives - and the tank is shown below.

    11 (left)
    25
    31 (right)
    38
    45
    49 (right)
    62 (too large?)
    67
    73 (right)

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    Mike's Amano 120-P tank

    The one I'd like to put the Manzanita in...
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    The rock on the left, see if you can get more of that, that would look good as well on the right.

    This would mean the tank would have 2 opposing sides of wood coming from the rear. Open in the middle sort of layout.

    I have a few things similar to 11 left.
    25 is gone
    31# I might have
    38# I have
    45# I have
    49 I have
    62 too big
    67 too big
    73 I have

    68 and 54 have some good options for this type of tank layout, but you might have something very different in mind.
     
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    Hi Tom, #49 for me - let me know how you want PMT sent.
    Many thanks for taking the time to suggest pieces, and also for your great layout suggestion. I will try to get more rocks - I think they're Ohko, from AF in SF. I should go get some more.
     
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