I acquired a bunch of 130 or so year old olive trees from the foothills of Santa Barbara, CA. They were damaged in a fire and were... brace yourselves... being cut up for firewood! Ahhh! The grove, according to the neighbors, was planted in the late 1890's. The longest pieces I was able to save were 4 to 5 feet long, but most had already been cut up shorter 24" to 38". Many of the trees were 24" in diameter at the base and I even had a couple that were 30+ inches. The crotches in many of the trees were truly amazing. The Olive has air dried for about 3 or 4 years depending on which pieces (took me a year to cut it all up). I started with 8 pallets of 5/4 material stacked 4 feet high and I am down to about 2 or 3 pallets, and yes, most of the crotches and highly figured stuff is long gone. BUT I still have some nice stuff left! Pricing wise... As you may know, Olive has a tendency to check and split as it dries no matter how hard you try to seal it, etc... and I had my fair share of this. I also had crotches that were 24" x 38" without a single crack or split with amazing figure and color. I mention this only to clarify pricing. I've been selling this wood for anywhere form $8 to $90 per board foot depending on the amount of defect, etc. The majority has been sold in large quantities to a handful of locals at wholesale for $25 to $30 per board foot. I would say what I have left will be in the $8 to $30 per board foot range with a few prize boards that I might ask a bit more for. Let me know if you are interested and what sizes and quantity you are looking for. I can then pick according to your needs and post photos of individual pieces on a case by case basis. I also have a few turning rounds (3 to 6" thick) and miles of pen blank sized pieces, and a few other random sized blanks.