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October 1987

Issue Number: 19
Wood Store

Woodworkers Tool Chest Woodworking Plan

In days gone by, to become a journeyman woodworker, an apprentice had to pass one final test. He had to use his new skills to craft a tool chest. If his master approved of his work, the apprenticeship ended, and the chest became a sales tool to show off the journeyman's talent. Let this handsome chest when completed do the same for you.

Measures 25-1/2" wide.

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WOOD Issue 19, October 1987

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