Hi Shad, It's really hard to tell what kinds of wood you have from pictures. It is possible to identify woods but sometimes you need a magnifier to examine the grain.
About all I can tell is that most of them look like they are burls (which I'm sure you already know) and for anyone that works with burls, that is probably about as much as they want to know as well.
If I had these, I would price them individually at between $5 for small and $10 for the largest each, then offer to bundle the works for say $35 ... that way someone will offer you $30 ... or $28 which is about their value
shadahall replied the topic: Re: what is this wood?
by the way, i really liked your recent video on squares and triangles. very relevant to a recent frustration in the wood shop ... because i was using a carpenter's slide square for exact measurements. great video!
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