International Wood Collectors Society

A Dedicated Group of Wood Collectors and Crafters

Member Listings and Requests


WANTED: I am new to collecting and have about 150 samples at 25 X 25-50 X 300 mm size. Due to my display, the thickness must be at least 25 mm and length 300 mm. I am very interested in expanding my collection. I still need many common species as well as exotics. Please send a list of what you have available with prices. Thank you!
Bob Gilbert #10018
7825 S. Stanley Pl.
Tempe, AZ 85284
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I am interested in doing some swaps. I have 2,200 specimens 60 X 6 X 90 mm of all sorts of impolrted and home-grown woody plants.
Lionel Daniels #6509
Windy Heights High Cross,
Foxfield, Petersfield Hampshire, UK GU32 1EK
Phone: 01730827472


600-plus different kinds of wood specimens precisely crafted and labeled, most identified from trees in the forest. I have woods from the USA, Mexico, Brazil, Japan, Australia, and others. Contact me for a list.
Alan B. Curtis, #1132HL
2370 Douglas Drive,
Eugene, Oregon 97405.
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I provide wood specimens from around the globe, accurately dimensioned, nicely sanded, and labeled. I maintain a mailing list and send notification when new specimens become available. Contact me for a list.
Gary Green, #6654L
9923 N 800 E,
Syracuse, IN 46567
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website: www.woodsbygwgreen.com.


Over 1,000 different wood specimens around the world. Over one third are specially figured like blistered, curly, fiddle back, quilted, bird eye, mottled, burled and over 200 species from Vietnam.
Réjean Drouin #3589
333, 19 e rue, Québec,
Québec, Canada G1L 2A5
Phone: 418-529-5466
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I have a good range of more than 400 species of Australian rainforest and outback woods in specimen size or as egg blanks. I will also cut to your requirements.
Colin Martin, #7189
4 Dorothea Crt, Harristown,
Queensland 4350, Australia
Phone: area code 061 # 4635-3697
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I have two or more specimens of more than 700 to 800 different woods from the whole world in my stock. I would like to exchange or sell. They are standard or another sizes. Contact for my list:
Dieter Becker #6362,
42 Engersgaustr., Neuwied,
56566, Germany
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Have logs, planks & whatnot. Must sell off. Some pretty rare: leadwood from S. African red ivory logs and planks, snakewood logs, one ebony log from Belgian Congo, etc. Will send list. Link to wood collection for sale is: picasaweb.google.com/102643740416360449393
Dennis Brett #257,
Phone: 201-891-8077


I have over 1,000 different specimens of wood from around the world for sale or trade. I have some larger pieces of woods for collections of crafts from different wood species. Please send me your list for trade. Contact me for my latest list:
Dennis Wilson #2324-L
1545 Fitzgerald Ln
Alpena, MI 9707-8862, USA
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For sale: Useful Woods of the World $10 + postage of $4.25; More Useful Woods of the World $10 + postage of $4.25; A man of the Woods (Richard Crow biography) $10 + postage of $3.90. All three books are a total of $30 plus postage of $7.00.
Dennis Wilson #2324-L
1545 Fitzgerald Ln
Alpena, MI9707-8862, USA
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I have boxes of scraps for those who make and sell wooden jewelry. I will pay postage. Once you have received the wood, ask me for the cost of postage. Look it over. Whatever the member thinks the scraps are worth, send a check for that amount to IWCS Secretary- Treasurer and may include the cost of postage. Let IWCS have the benefit of a couple bucks contribution.
Dennis Brett #257SU
Tel: 201-891-8077


I'm interested in doing trades and expanding my current collection. I have a couple hundred standard-sized duplicates from around the world. Email me for a list or view it online.
Eric Meier #9701
4850 Merilee Dr., Minnetonka, MN 55343;
E-mail:
www.wood-database.com/trade



Southern African Wood Book CoverNow available, Southern African Wood (ISBN 781920217587, Briza Publications, Pretoria, RSA), authored by IWCS members Stephanie Dyer (#9380), Danielle James and Barry James (#9381). It is a fully illustrated guide to the properties and uses of wood from 140 Southern African tree species. A handful of leather-bound collectors editions remain for $140.00 US dollars plus shipping and handling, and the standard hard cover books are $51.00 US dollars plus shipping and handling. These are discounted 20% for IWCS members. Non-members will be charged $168.50 +S&H for the collectors edition and $57.57 + S&H for the standard. Each copy will be signed by the authors. All copies will be shipped from Pennsylvania, USA. Reserve your copy today by contacting our Northeast Regional Trustee,
Mark R. Peet.

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My Dearest Comrades of IWCS, to error is human, and through conversation with a fellow Northeast Region member, an indirect error was found. For this I apologize to every one who had purchased a discounted 'Southern African Wood' book. If you have not already received a reimbursement for over payment, please contact me via e-mail. Thank you, Mark R. Peet.
Mark R. Peet.
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South African books for sale: please inquire. One of the books is the classic Palgrave book Trees of Southern Africa in mint condition!
Dave Mouat #7101
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I grow trees on my farm and own a small sawmill. I'm really looking for regular users of wood, rainforest species, especially Australian Red Cedar and others, Hoop Pine and a few Eucallyptus, but I can also supply some unusual species to wood collectors. Many of these trees I have planted myself.
Bob Whitworth #10085
Qld. Australia.
www.treeplanter.com.au
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