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From: "Jeff Morris" <[log in to unmask]>
Is it justifiable for a former local authority archaeology unit, that now
maintains a county type series of pottery, to charge an archaeological
society that is a registered charity and non-profit making organisation to
match its own type series?
I suppose it could be if the local authority pays royalties to the society
every time the archaeological data they have received from the society in
the past is accessed by a third party.