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Old 10-23-2017, 09:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Default FS. Pen blanks Cocobolo, Gabon Ebony, East Indian Rosewood, African Blackwood

I have for sale 3 of each of the following species: African Blackwood, East Indian Rosewood, Gabon Ebony, Cocobolo. All are 3/4"3/4"5" and kiln dried and ready to use. I would like $30.00 shipping included in the USA. Ships ONLY in the USA.20171005_204250-1036x777.jpg

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Still have these for sale!
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Still have these for sale!
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Well Jason, it's to bad that you only ship to the U.S., if your shipping practices weren't so restrictive I would have bought them when they were posted. But because you listed U.S. only, I bought other blanks from a different U.S. seller that does ship to Canada. I had really wanted these ones, because of the different species of wood.
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I would have no problem shipping them to you, but with the CITES restrictions, I am not able to ship them out of the USA.
Anything that is not restricted, I ship anywhere in the world!
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Nice little group of toxicity.
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Some beautiful blanks!
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I would have no problem shipping them to you, but with the CITES restrictions, I am not able to ship them out of the USA.
Anything that is not restricted, I ship anywhere in the world!

Jason, with them being kiln dried, there should be no issues shipping them to Canada. At least that was my understanding, but I may be wrong.
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Ok. I was under the impression that any Rosewoods could not legally be exported...
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Len,

I don't think kiln-dried matters. . Selling/buying/shipping some species of wood is just forbidden by CITES depending on geographical constraints ... there is more info on the net but it is a pain to go through all the legalism. At least that is my understanding at present.
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