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Bonnie Koke
Bonnie Koke • 1 year ago

Reproduction of a pipe box that belonged to Revolutionary War vet Nathan Hale. Although not shown in this picture, there is a drawer that goes in the bottom. The original was finished with a dark red milk paint, I finished mine with amber shellac. Pine.

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  • Dyami Plotke

    This chart leaves out the critical components of Overhead & Profit. They should be accounted for on every level. Be careful using it.

  • Dave Clark

    The bottom one mentions expenses & profit.

  • Dyami Plotke

    Yes, but they all should. Overhead and profit should always be known quantities, not just a factor of multiplying partial costs.

  • Dave Clark

    I agree. You should make a new chart & send it to me. I'll pin that one. when you're done.