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Re: Giving away printed issues of JVP and Palaeontology



Sorry to shut this down so quickly after opening it up, but we have a
winner.  Those journals will go to a good home in Southampton.  Sorry
to anyone else who wanted them.

2009/11/17 Mike Taylor <mike@indexdata.com>:
> Folks,
>
> Due to shelf-space constraints and my realisation that I always look
> at the PDFs rather than the printed issues, I am giving away my
> collection of JVP and Palaeontology to anyone who wants them.  I
> listed them on eBay for convenience:
> http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=250532162103#ht_500wt_1092
> but if anyone who's not on eBay wants them, just let me know.
>
> A few details: there are 47 issues in all, all of them in pristine
> condition. JVP runs from Volume 25 Number 4 (December 2005) to Volume
> 29 Part 2 (June 2009), and includes the 2006 and 2008 annual meeting
> abstracts volumes.  Palaeontology runs from Volume 47 Part 5
> (September 2004) to Volume 52 Part 5 (September 2009) except that one
> issue is missing: Volume 50 Part 6 (November 2007).
>
> I weighed this lot and it came in at over 40 kg, which means there is
> no realistic way for me to delivery.  Piled on my floor, they make a
> stack 65 cm tall. That means that pickup from my home in Ruardean,
> Gloucestershire, GL17 9XF, England, is the only option.
>
> There's a bigger photo at
> http://www.miketaylor.org.uk/tmp/ebay/DSCN7311.JPG if you want to
> check the issues for yourself.
>
> I hope they're useful to someone.  I'd hate to just throw them away.
>