Free Shipping ends Friday for ‘Chairmaker’s Notebook’


Free domestic shipping for Peter Galbert’s “Chairmaker’s Notebook” ends at midnight Friday. After that, standard domestic shipping for the book will be about $8 (depending on where you live).

The book will ship from the printing plant on March 25 and arrive in our warehouse a day after that. Our fulfillment service has pledged to set up a special assembly line to process all of the pre-publication orders immediately. All books will go out using FedEx’s “SmartPost” service with reliable tracking and delivery within 5-7 days.

We had to change how we offer free shipping in our store for this book. To receive free domestic shipping on this book, use the coupon code Chair at checkout.

If you’d like to preview a free chapter of this remarkable book, click here.

For a video of Peter explaining his work, click here.

To watch a video of some of our favorite drawings from the book, click here.

And to read more about the book and order a copy, visit the Lost Art Press store.

— Christopher Schwarz

About Lost Art Press

Publisher of woodworking books and videos specializing in hand tool techniques.
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16 Responses to Free Shipping ends Friday for ‘Chairmaker’s Notebook’

  1. Dave Reedy says:

    What about us who have already pre-ordered?

  2. Bill Clift says:

    Those of us who pre-ordered before this post that says we have to enter chair in coupon code. Do we still get free shipping?

    • lashomb says:

      If you already pre-ordered check your receipt. I pre-ordered on Saturday with no issues… seems like he’s saying this is a change going forward.

  3. toolnut says:

    That video is great.

  4. beshriver says:

    i can’t wait for my copy…i hate fedex smartest though… takes twice as long as media mail

  5. Using PayPal, just now, shipping was automatically free. So, there’s that option too.

  6. samdesocio says:

    Hi Chris,
    Like Maurice, I didnt have to enter “Chair” anywhere, and didnt see any place.

    I’m looking forward to this.

  7. coatpeanavy says:

    Any news on this book shipping? March 20th has come and gone; the 23rd too. Here we are at the 27th and no word. Has the been some problem with the bindery? the bulk shipment to your retail shipper? issues with your retail shipper?

    • Here’s the schedule (at this moment): The book is supposed to ship from the printer’s freight dock today. We are supposed to receive the books tomorrow. Our fulfillment service is planning on an assembly line to ship all pending orders on Friday.

      I was planning on posting an update when I had news from the printer.

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