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Initialed Book Ends
Here is the orginal article from the
September - October 1955 Deltagram
ROCKWELL MANUFACTURING COMPANY - A DELTACRAFT PULICATION

By cutting the initials of either your first or last name and tracing it onto 1˝ inch thick stock, you can make some very attractive book ends. Should you decide to use heavier stock up to 2˝ inches thick, bore holes into the bottom and fill with lead for weight and stability.
Cut the letters on the band saw, using a 3/16 inch skip tooth blade. Finish the book ends any color you desire with a semi-gloss enamel. Glue a piece of felt to the bottom surface to prevent the book ends from marring your furniture.
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*********** WARNING***********
Read my page on safety before building this item.