Free to a good home: sixteen issues of the Journal of Vertebrate Palaeontology

March 24, 2016

I’m trying to free some space in my office, and I’m going to let my run of the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology go:

2016-03-24 07.42.13-2--stack-of-jvp

It covers everything from 25(4) to volume 29(2) — a run from December 2005 to March 2009) — and also includes the lone issue 29(4) for December 2009 and the SVP meeting abstract volumes for 2006 and 2008 (i.e. issues 26(3s) and 28(3s)). (I don’t know what happened to the 2007 and 2009 SVP abstract volumes, sorry.)

All in all, they make a stack about 25 cm tall, and weigh just a little short of 17 kg.

Does anyone want them? Let me know within a week if you do. You either come and pick them up yourself from our home in the Forest of Dean, or pay for me to send them to you by your preferred method.

If no-one wants them within a week, they’re going in the bin.

(Note to self: size of package: 33x25x27)

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7 Responses to “Free to a good home: sixteen issues of the Journal of Vertebrate Palaeontology

  1. Andrew Stuck Says:

    I would absolutely love to take them off your hands! Unfortunately, the cost of shipping them to Texas seems… exorbitant. (Though to be fair, still not as bad as buying them directly from the publisher! :P )

  2. Mike Taylor Says:

    Looks like it would cost about £56 (=~ $80) to ship to the US, which comes out at $54 per issue, not counting the abstracts volumes. So you want to proceed on that basis?

  3. Andrew Stuck Says:

    Is that £56/$80 for the whole lot?

  4. Andrew Stuck Says:

    Hmm, that IS much better than my initial estimate. Alright, I think I will go for it! How do you want to proceed? Shall we hash out the details over email?

  5. Mike Taylor Says:

    Yes; I am emailing you now. (Everyone else: sorry, they’re gone.)


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