Last Call for Free Shipping on ‘The Art of Joinery’

AOL_revised_webGood news everyone! The revised edition of “The Art of Joinery” by Joseph Moxon is shipping out from the printer this week. We’ll receive it in Indianapolis (look for rain clouds) and start shipping it immediately.

So if you want free shipping on this book, order now. On Nov. 4, 2013, we’ll start charging $7 a book for domestic shipping.

You can read all the details on this book and order your copy here.

— Christopher Schwarz

P.S. All of our retailers in the United States and overseas will be carrying this book. If you purchase our books from them, be sure to check in with their web sites.

About Chris Schwarz

Publisher of woodworking books and DVDs specializing in hand tool techniques.
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6 Responses to Last Call for Free Shipping on ‘The Art of Joinery’

  1. mpp12013 says:

    Good morning,Chris, I had ordered 3 copies of the trade edition, but don’t believe I have received any confirmation of that order. Might you be able to check, to see if my order got lost somewhere? I do want to take advantage of your “free shipping” offer. Many thanks,

    Michele P. Pagan Luke 10:27-28 “Love the Lord, your God, with all your heart, mind and strength… and your neighbor as yourself….”

  2. mpp12013 says:

    Sorry for that, Chris. I had ordered 3 copies of TMAPP, by Roubo. Thanks for checking,

    Michele P. Pagan Luke 10:27-28 “Love the Lord, your God, with all your heart, mind and strength… and your neighbor as yourself….”

  3. Mike Davis says:

    I ordered Moxon and Roubo at the same time, you can wait and ship them together if it saves you a buck. Thanks for all you do to pass this knowledge on the future generations.

    • lostartpress says:

      Hey Mike,

      Thanks. I’m afraid that won’t help. The Roubos ship in special boxes design to hold only one thing: one copy of Roubo.

      So you’ll be getting two boxes.

  4. Chris
    What are the dimensions of the book? Unless I missed it, I did not see them listed anywhere.

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