Blemished Deluxe Roubo Books – 25 Percent Off


We have a small number of copies of our deluxe edition of “To Make as Perfectly as Possible: Roubo on Marquetry” that have bumped corners, small tears or blemishes in the cloth, or are missing a slipcase.

All of the copies are 100-percent readable, and most people would not even notice the damage unless they looked for it. Rather than pulping these books, we are selling them for $300 (domestic shipping included), which is a 25-percent discount off the regular price of $400.

To order a blemished copy, click here.

All sales are final and we will simply pick from the top of the pile as each order comes in (in other words we can’t send you photos of all the books and have you evaluate each bump).

To read more about the deluxe Roubo book, click here.

— Christopher Schwarz

About Lost Art Press

Publisher of woodworking books and videos specializing in hand tool techniques.
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3 Responses to Blemished Deluxe Roubo Books – 25 Percent Off

  1. I’m sure that the book is still gorgeous and well worth the read. But am I the only one tickled by the irony of selling scratch-and-dent versions of “To Make as Perfectly as Possible”? Should the title be changed to “Meh. That’s Probably Good Enough”? Maybe “To Give it the Old College Try”?

    Seriously though. I got my first Lost Art Press publication for Christmas this year (“With the Grain”), and I was so very pleased with the craftsmanship of the book itself. I’m sure these are well worth the investment.

  2. shopsweeper says:

    Link dead, all gone?

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