Some are from the book mentioned - all modified. Those styles of design
appear in many sources. All have been modified. Some more - some less
depends on what the person wanted.
Not all modifications are apparent. The chestnut/walnut box has mitered
mortise and tenons - as opposed to the biscuits in the original design.
I saw this design several other places after I saw it in the book - all
made differently than mine or the book. Once I saw this style presented
as a general design style. I used mortise and tenon cause I didn't have
biscuit hole cutters - it was simpler at the time. :-)) The tenons are
at the ends of the sides and front. They fit inside the legs and are
mitered inside the mortise on the leg.
Since I have a limited shop - I must modify virtually every design I
find - whether the end user knows it or not. :-)
Sadly I never thought at the time to get digital pictures of everything
I did and assembling a library has been an exercise.
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