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 Post subject: Puzzles, Books, Prints for sale
PostPosted: Sat Feb 02, 2013 8:39 pm 
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Hello,

I would quite like to travel to IPP this year, but that sort of thing tends to cost a lot of money. So I was thinking we might be able to work something out.

WARNING: I live in Canada which is normally a pretty good country, however they can't work out how to ship packages cheaply from one place to another. While Americans might be used to 1 week shipping for $5, Canadian shipping times vary from 2 weeks (US) to 3 months (Hong Kong) and prices are quite high. For one cube with the median weight of 0.38 pounds and a fairly standard 5.7^3 centimeters will cost around $13 to Newfoundland, $20 to Florida, and $38 to England. That's really not good. Seriously. To get a good estimate on shipping, please mention your state (or city if you're in Canada).

I went on 50% retail (roughly) for puzzles for which I bothered to look up retail prices and a pretty low price for the rest. I have the following puzzles for sale:

Bicycle metal puzzle $5

Tiled mini 3x3 $2 (free with other purchase) Sold

Metal 3x3 $10

Meffert's White Mastermorphix (slightly dirty green & yellow faces) $5

Backspin: $10 Sold

Turbo Mind Twister $7 Sold

Curvy Tuttminx (missing some stickers, will include replacements) $25 Sold

Super Square 1 (MF8 pictured, though if that's considered KO then I will sell the Meffert's version for the same price) $5

Very lightweight anonymous brand speedcube (*CAVEAT*: there are some internal pieces that tend to fall off easily. They are easy to repair but a real pain to fix so you might want to superglue them): $7

Crazy 4x4 II (missing 1 tile) $15 Sold

Tetraminx (old) $16 Claimed

Apple 3x3x3 $5

Professor Pyraminx (missing 1 yellow sticker) $15 Sold

Skewb Ultimate 6 color early run (not remade) $15

Skewb Egg (red) $55 Claimed

Meffert's Bandage Cube $8

Pyraminx Crystal (new run, terrible tension issues...) $20

OLD professor 5x5x5 $30 (missing center sticker on one face)

Tom Ball (newer soccer version) $15 Sold

Rubik's Revolution Plain $5

Rubik's Revolution jewel-style $8 Sold

3x3x3 Helicopter Gem (Dayan Gem Series II, SUPER smooth turning) $20 Sold

Ball of Whacks $10 Sold

4x4x4 trajber's octahedron, colored plastic $5

IQ Ball Megaminx (with hooks) $5

Vulcano (Trignis) $20

Wooden 3x3x3 $6 Sold

Circle Domino missing 1 circle corner sticker $5

Mass-Produced Fisher Cube (Meffert's label) $5 Sold

Axe Cube $7 Sold

5x5x4 $20 Sold

Logic Star $17 Sold

Hryahlavolamy (edgeless pyraminx crystal) $17

Custom Bandage with foam stickers $2 (free with other purchase, unusual bandaging scheme)

4x4x5 $15 Sold

3x3x7 (one or two crooked stickers) $7

2x2x2 world $5 Sold

Idea Cube $5

OLD 4x4x4 $20

Flip Side $10 Sold

2x2x4 NIB $15 Sold

3x3x3 world $25



I also have several books for sale:

The Billionaire's Curse $5

747 things to do on a plane $8

Games for Insomniacs $6 Sold

An Englishman, an Irishman, and a Scotsman walk into a bar... $5

The White Guy Field Guide $4

Urban Legends $9

Hubert's Freaks $9

The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (a selection of Sherlock stories) $6

The Secret Journals of Queen Elizabeth II $4

If You Look Like Your Passport Photo, It's Time to Go Home $2

How to Win at N64 Games $2

Life of Python $4

I'm So Sorry (the stories behind very public apologies) $2

The Brand New Monty Python Papperbok $4

Holidays in Heck (PJ O'Rourke) $8

The Red Green Book (Canucks Only :P) $4

Do Not Open (An Encyclopedia of the World's Best-Kept Secrets) $5

World of Warcraft (BradyGames Guide) $3


I will shortly post pictures of the puzzles that I am selling below. People will be served on a 1st come, 1st served basis.

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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles, Books, Prints for sale
PostPosted: Sat Feb 02, 2013 8:48 pm 
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I don't think I can make her pose without heavy sedation. The rendering doesn't have to be perfect, it just can't look like Oskar in drag.


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 Post subject: Re: Puzzles, Books, Prints for sale
PostPosted: Sun Feb 03, 2013 8:26 pm 
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Hello,

I have updated the original list. If you wish to reply, please include a ZIP code or Postal Code so that I can estimate shipping for you. I am also not too keen on haggling...but some exceptions can be made.

Thanks,
John

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