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Mahogany from the river


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I found this video last night and thought it could be of interest, nice to see the timber was not lost forever.

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Thanks Neville,



This is wonderful stuff.
An lot of our old Dutch furniture is having it.
Overhere we called it the Cuban Mahogany because of the direction towards south America.

Keep in touch,

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