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books: News from Heritage Archaeological Books

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Mike Heyworth <[log in to unmask]>

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Mike Heyworth <[log in to unmask]>

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Wed, 16 Feb 2000 16:26:45 +0000

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>From: "Heritage Archaeological Books" <[log in to unmask]>
>
>Important News from Heritage Archaeological Books
>
><http://www.heritageweb.com/>www.heritageweb.com
>
>
>
>Heritage Archaeological Books specialises in Out-of-Print, Secondhand, 
>Antiquarian, Journal Offprints and selected New and Remaindered titles on 
>Archaeology and its related subjects. With a stock base of over 60,000 
>items covering over 20,000 different titles we now have probably the 
>largest selection of such material in the country. Postal catalogues are 
>sent out every 2 months the latest having over 2500 titles. We also have a 
>fully e-commerce web-site and a secure line for credit card payment 
>transactions. This currently attracts on average over 25,000 hits a week.
>
>Over the period of the next six months there are going to be some major 
>developments with the business. These are detailed below.
>    * January 00 (Offprint) Catalogue Over 2500 items
>    * Upgrade to Website currently attracting between 25,000 to 30,000 
> hits a week
>    * New Publication Series
>    * Online pay-to-download publishing
>    * New Premises
>January 2000 Postal Catalogue
>We have just launched our latest postal (January 2000) offprint catalogue 
>on-line. This includes over 25000 offprints and smaller books. All orders 
>received via this will have a 10% discount on the marked price. We have 
>also archived the (November 1999) book catalogue, which had over 1800 
>Out-of-print, Antiquarian & Secondhand books. Our next book catalogue is 
>out at the end of March.
>
>This can be view at - 
><http://www.heritageweb.com/pages/catalogue/download.htm>www.heritageweb.co 
>m/pages/catalogue/download.htm
>
>We are currently attracting between 25,000 to 30,000 hits a week with the 
>highest recorded week hit rate of 43,000.
>
>Website Upgrade
>
>We have just launched the latest version of our website. We are constantly 
>adding new books and offprints to the site and many have online summaries 
>together with cover and in-text images. This is a constantly updated 
>section and will soon have over 1000 items will full descriptions 
>listed. 
><http://www.heritageweb.com/pages/new_books/index.html>www.heritageweb.com/ 
>pages/new_books/index.html
>
>Our Out-of-Print, Secondhand, Offprint and Antiquarian section has also 
>been updated with over 100 static search fields, (you can search by 
>Period, Subject, Topographical location etc ). For example the Roman and 
>Medieval sections have over 25 search fields. Again this is constantly 
>being updated. 
><http://www.heritageweb.com/pages/out_books/home.htm>www.heritageweb.com/pa 
>ges/out_books/home.htm
>
>We also market and stock items for some societies, the latest being the 
>Society of Antiquaries. The society has its own dedicated page and again 
>various search fields. Only a small amount has been loaded at the present 
>time, but all offprints from the Antiquaries Journal are available. 
><http://www.heritageweb.com/pages/new_books/institutions/s_of_antiquaries/i 
>ndex.htm>www.heritageweb.com/pages/new_books/institutions/s_of_antiquaries/ 
>index.htm
>
>Even if you only buy the occasional archaeological book, then it makes 
>sense to register on our mailing list, we have some great bargains that we 
>offer list members. 
><http://www.heritageweb.com/pages/mailing.htm>www.heritageweb.com/pages/mai 
>ling.htm
>
>New Publication Series
>
>Later this year we are starting a new archaeological monograph series. We 
>are in the process of installing all the equipment in-house (excluding the 
>printing element) and will be using some of the latest print technology 
>(direct to plate) to keeps price at a very low price. We are also talking 
>to various institutions and units to gauge ideas etc and although we are 
>working with some suggested publication titles, we would be pleased to 
>hear from anyone with title ideas to research dissertations.
>
>Pay-to-Download Publications
>
>Within the next few months we are also setting up pay-to-download 
>publications. Again we are looking for various papers to be able to use 
>for testing material while our systems are put in place.
>
>New Premises Again!
>
>We are moving to new premises during April. These are at Southminster in 
>rural Essex. This is a timber-framed building, which is nearly 150 years 
>old. We are in the process of renovation work, but when finished there 
>will be proper showroom plus many other features.
>
>Michael de Bootman
>
>Heritage Archaeological Books
>Unit 2, Mapledean Works, Maldon Road
>Latchingdon, Essex, CM3 6LG
>Tel: +44 (0) 1621 744409  Fax: +44 (0) 1621 744412
>E-mail: <mailto:[log in to unmask]>[log in to unmask]
>Web-site: <http://www.heritageweb.com>www.heritageweb.com



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