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Chris Cook

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#1 posted 08-27-2017 06:41 PM

I can see wenge, I have some other that is wenge, but not so much yellowish grain. When I look it up though, it does match up with Wenge. Thank you.

As for #2, I am fairly certain it is not bubinga. I have a lot of bubinga and none of it is as heavy or dark as this is.

Don’t think it is a rare subspecies of alder either :(

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