We now offer Lost Art Press gift certificates in any denomination through our store.
These gift certificates are both easy to purchase and easy to use. When you purchase them in the store you have the option of sending them via e-mail or printing them out and giving them to the recipient.
Either way, the recipient will receive a code that they can enter at checkout to apply the gift certificate to their balance.
We developed these gift certificates at the request of customers. We have a lot of products coming out in 2012 (which is what I should be working on right now), including “Make a Joint Stool from a Tree” by Peter Follansbee and Jennie Alexander, “Mouldings in Practice” by Matt Bickford and – of course – the Roubo translations.
If you’d like to buy a gift certificate, you can click here. You also can buy a gift certificate at any time by clicking on “Gift Certificate” in our web site’s top navigational bar.
— Christopher Schwarz
5 thoughts on “Lost Art Press Gift Certificates Now Available”
Since you went and named 3 upcoming books, could we get a calendar of estimated (or known) publishing dates for all of the projects that you have already mentioned ( and any new ones you might want to tell us about )? Something like a running list on the homepage, or here on the blog, that is updated periodically. The 3 you already mentioned plus George and Jim’s design book, your furniture type study and maybe a campaign furniture book? Any other projects that I can put the words in your mouth for you, please let know. 🙂
We don’t like to announce things that are more than one season out for two reasons. Things change, and we hate to disappoint. Also, we don’t like to give other publishers *all* of our plans.
Rest assured we have some crazy projects ahead for the second half of 2013. Finger crossed.
Aww your such a tease. It’s like high school all over again.
This is my only chance to tease. We will do 20 books on “ferret management” in 2012.
Take that to the bank.
Second half of 2013? Could it be The Ultimate Pukey Duck book.
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