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Lie-Nielsen No. 8 Jointer Plane [42pc Screwdriver & Accessory Kit with Interchangable Precision Screwdriver]
Lie-Nielsen No. 8 Jointer Plane [42pc Screwdriver & Accessory Kit with Interchangable Precision Screwdriver]

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars But don't buy it here!, 3 Jan 2013
Lie-Nielsen No. 8 Jointer Plane [42pc Screwdriver & Accessory Kit with Interchangable Precision Screwdriver]

Lie-Nielsen planes are probably the Rolls Royce of woodworking hand tools, the No8 jointer is ideal for straightening long edges. Materials are first class, the manufacturing is arguably the best there is, the plane arrives with the blade honed ready for use - but you may wish to hone a secondary bevel. In my opinion, you will never regret buying this Lie- Nielsen plane; unless that is, you buy it from this supplier for £992.80, where it is bundled with a screw driver set worth a few pounds. The normal price of this plane is about £412 (see Axminster Tools and others). Check out the other offerings from this supplier too!


From Carnac to Callanish: Prehistoric Stone Rows of Britain, Ireland and Brittany
From Carnac to Callanish: Prehistoric Stone Rows of Britain, Ireland and Brittany
by Aubrey Burl
Edition: Hardcover

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars From Carnac To Callanish (via Dartmoor)!, 5 Nov 2005
Since the day I saw my first stone avenue, looming out of the Dartmoor mist and looking like a column of soldiers marching through the mists of time, I was hooked. I eventually located several more stone rows and avenues on the moor - but there was little or no information available about them to satisfy my growing curiousity.Then I found Aubrey Burl's book 'From Carnac to Callanish' this book has them all, from Brittany to the Hebrides in fascinating detail. First published in 1993, it is a gem of a book that is as detailed as it is readable. If you have ever looked at a row of megaliths and wondered, buy this book now.


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