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Old 07-29-2021, 08:07 AM   #3
sudsandswine
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You might also check Craigslist/Marketplace for a true butcher block. You can usually find a really good deal on one as people run out of space or get tired of storing one. Pretty easy to bring back to original condition if it hasn't been abused. I've bought and sold butcher blocks 2nd hand. You can find some good deals if you're patient.
I bought my Bally butcher block off Craigslist a couple years back for a very good price. I had a search alert setup for years before it finally paid off for me. I bought it from the original owner that purchased it in NYC 4 decades ago. I'm not sure if Craigslist is still one of the more frequently used buy/sell platforms but I do see used butcher blocks for sale from time to time, if you're patient I'm sure you'll snag one eventually.
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