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Posted on where to find walnut in va/east coast

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#1 posted 06-06-2012 06:28 AM

I live in northern VA the places I know of are CP Johnson in Culpeper, Colonial Hardwoods in Springfield, Dunlap Woodcraft in Chantily, Local Wood in Berryville and Vienna Hardwoods in Vienna. CP Johnson didnt have any walnut when I was there last month, but they do get it in, Chris is a nice guy and good prices. He stocks a lot of cherry and maple too. Colonial Hardwoods has a big shop tons of exotics but are on the higher end of price. They had a slab of bubinga that was about 13 ft long 3 ft wide and a couple inches thick, I think they were asking around $10,000 for it. Dunlap and Local wood are my go to for domestics, usually have a good supply of walnut and fairly reasonable prices. Between the two is usually less than $.50 in price. Vienna is a neat little shop, right now they are running a special on s2s walnut for $3 bdft at 3/4. They also have a few exotics and again prices arent too expensive, but if its not on special its usually more than dunlap or local wood. My last run I picked up 4 bdft of bloodwood for $12 and a real nice piece of cocobolo (1bdft) for $10. only issue with Vienna is the organization or rather lack there of. It makes it hard if you were going to go for a large quantity. I usually go there if Im just looking for a few pieces or they have a good special.

I do not work for any of these places and I honestly go to where I find the best deal for the best product.

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