No worries Mate, Thats a pity.
Rampage, could you find out how much shipping the lot to australia would cost and let me know.
My sci fi collection is listed in my will as bequeathed to the Sydney Universitys Sci Fi library
(Along with a decent cash donation to cover costs etc)
They have already seen my cataloge and are happy to accept my collection when i shuffle off
Collection of over 80,000 titles which was begun in 1974 and enlarged by the acquisition in 1979 of the Ron Graham Science Fiction Collection, a private collection assembled by Ron Graham over 45 years before his death in 1979. The collection is being added to continuously and is now one of the largest institutional collections of Science Fiction and Fantasy in the world. It contains hardcovers and paperbacks, reference works, indexes, journals, fan material, art work, film posters and stills, manuscripts, memorabilia and a large collection of comics.
The Ron Graham Collection is largely uncatalogued, although the Rare Books and Special Collections Library holds the original card index compiled by Ron Graham. The Ron Graham Collection contains complete or near-complete runs of famous early magazines such as Amazing, Astounding and Weird Tales.
In 2004-2005 Colin Steele donated his significant private collection of science fiction, fantasy, horror books and periodicals to the University Library. Built up over many years in England and Australia, this comprehensive collection includes complete works of leading overseas and Australian authors, anthologies, rare early journals and fanzines. The Steele Collection complements the Ron Graham Collection and extends and reaffirms the importance and strength of the Library's nationally and internationally recognised Science Fiction and Fantasy Collection
Since they will wind up in the one of the worlds largest Sci Fi collections eventually a few double ups wont hurt.
No promises, but if i can get an idea of postage and no one else takes them, i will think about making an offer