[meteorite-list] AD : Sell or Trade MAPS Journals (Meteoritics and Planetary Science)

From: Michael Gilmer <michael_w_gilmer_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Fri, 31 Oct 2008 20:02:52 -0700 (PDT)
Message-ID: <34856.64040.qm_at_web58402.mail.re3.yahoo.com>

Hi folks!

I have 3 issues of the Journal of Meteoritics and Planetary Science available for sale or trade. This is the
official publication of the Meteoritical Society and it contains the latest in meteorite science, finds, falls,
and classifications. It also includes, photos, charts, diagrams, etc. Each issue is about 200 pages. All 3
issues I am offering are in excellent+ condition - they have been gently read and never neglected or abused.
Covers and pages are still crisp and bindings are tight.

1) April 2008, Volume 43, #4
2) May 2008, Volume 43, #5
3) June 2008, Volume 43, #6

All of these issues are from this year, so the information inside is still fresh. :)

I am asking $15 each, which includes shipping to anywhere in the CONUS. Overseas or Canadian shipping
is $5 extra. PayPal only for Overseas sales and PayPal strongly preferred for all sales.

Or, I will trade these 3 journals for any of the following :

(I will also throw in copies of the recent issues of S&T and Astronomy with meteorite articles in them.)

1) a string of meteorite beads (like the ones I see on eBay by some list members)
2) 500 grams of small, dark-crusted, UNWA stones (little ones are fine, but I don't want weathered-up pieces)
3) a small stable pallasite slice (any fall or find, but must have some olivine, doesn't have to weigh much,
but I'd prefer something thin-sliced with good surface area)
4) 500 grams of small Tektites (common indochinites or other relatively common ones are OK)
5) an inexpensive 2-inch star diagonal for a refractor telescope - prefer older metal-body types and not the
type that has plastic parts - standard or enhanced reflectivity is fine as long as the mirror is not scratched.)
6) Some small Howardite fragments (crumbs, any fall or find) - about $40 - $45 worth.
7) Some Tagish Lake crumbs - about $40 - $45 worth.
8) Some Antarctic meteorite crumbs (anything from the ALH or other recognized Antarctic finds) - - about $40 - $45 worth.
9) Some Angrite crumbs - - about $40 - $45 worth.
10) A baby Campo

I prefer to do trades domestically (in the US).

Feel free to contact me with any questions, offers, or photo requests - mike at galactic-stone.com

Thanks for looking and clear skies!


PS - I also have Moon Rock and Mars Rock combination displays for sale - each comes in a Riker box
with individual lunar meteorite and martian meteorite fragments. These are $75 shipped to the CONUS.

Michael Gilmer (Louisiana, USA)
Member of the Meteoritical Society.
Member of the Bayou Region Stargazers Network.
Websites - http://www.galactic-stone.com and http://www.glassthrower.com
MySpace - http://www.myspace.com/fine_meteorites_4_sale

Received on Fri 31 Oct 2008 11:02:52 PM PDT

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