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Jon Rolfe
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I have them all, as do most people who have faceted for a long time. I think Tom Herbst’s series makes everything else an obsolete historical oddity, because of its depth and range. The reader can go right to the “First Stone” section (And many discover bad habits they need to lose) or dive into the depths of the Trigonometry and Optical Physics as deeply as they like, when they wish, or never…But it’s there.

This 2 volume set will never be outgrown, even when one progresses from Beginner to Exalted Worshipful Supreme Grand Master (With oak leaf cluster).