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Re: The worst kind
Feb 18, 2011, 20:31
Littlestone wrote:
Was it only elm that was used?

No, but it was very popular because you got nice wide boards with lovely shapes to the edges, good grain and was long lasting. And of course there was plenty off it donkeys years ago. Oak became popular as well but mainly on the more expensive properties.
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