I lucked into a mystery mahogany board from a supplier who normally deals with builders. I'ld describe the appearance after having planed a piece, but I'm not sure how - even figure with long, medium tight grain and a touch of flame here and there? Looks like it's been stacked since '87 (marker written stock code on the side) or so and the rough board rings like a xyllophone key when tapped. Actually, the piece that was planed has far less ring to it, I'm guessing the board is exceptionally dry. Are there tell-tale things to look for that can help determine if this is African, Honduran, etc? Is the fact it came from a builder's supply a clue that it's more likely to be X type? Some forum and web searches didn't turn up much. Having zero experience with Mahogany, I'm at a loss and the fellah who got it from the guy who got it from the other guy (...ahem...) didn't offer any details.