How your body works Billie Bones skeleton parts and magazine

For auction is this collection of "How Your Body Works" magazines. When completed it makes into a complete Child's body and skeleton, lifesize if you obtain the complete set. This is only about one quarter to one third of all the parts you would need. I have made up a skeleton from parts bought on ebay and these are duplicates and not needed. (The skeleton exactly matched in size an 8 year old girl, who incidentally thought it was wonderful!)
NOTE: This is only part of a complete set, and you will need lots of other parts to build the whole body, but they are available on ebay.
The following magazines are new and unused with unopened original wrapping (although in one case the cellophane is rather fragile and split):
Number 1 The skull and teeth
6 Windpipe and arteries
7 Lung
8 Heart
9 Front ribcage and metal poles for the Stand
12 Pelvis half and weight for stand (cellophane split)
15 Pancreas and weight for stand
16 Shoulder blade and collar bone
Magazines WITHOUT body parts:
Numbers, 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,11 and 17. Also Assembly instructions for skeleton, and Child growth height chart with full size skeleton picture.
In addition there is a pair of lungs and windpipe extra.
These were collected on ebay whilst making up a complete skeleton, and are duplicates and not needed. They would be suitable for someone starting a collection or adding to parts already collected. This series has just been re-released so will be availabe for some time. The magazines are very colourful and informative and appeal to children and adults. There are a couple of spare binders and clips. Please feel free to ask questions.
Ebay is pathetic and doesn't allow any more than £3 in the postage column, so despite what the postage column says, this is heavy and bulky and will not be less than £10!

Just to clarify a couple of points which still seem to not be clear to several viewers:
The items on this listing do NOT make a complete skeleton or body on their own. This is only approximately 1/4 or 1/3 of the parts you will need. Just the items in the photograph are for sale. If you obtain all the other items elsewhere it will make into a whole skeleton, internal organs, and even the muscles, although the muscles are less common as people give up buying the magazine before they get that far. I would have reworded the description to make this absolutely clear, but as there are bids I cannot change it, only add this on the end.
Because the word "magazine" appears in the description, eBay thinks I am selling a single magazine and has fixed the postage at £3.20 and refuses to allow me to alter it. The postage for this large box of parts and magazines will be £10. Of course, if you win, you are welcome to collect.