Valid for one (1) copy of the second Mechanisms album, "Ulysses Dies at Dawn". This will be produced in the physical compact disc (CD) medium, believed to be popular on your planet at this time. Virtual downloads will also be provided. Medium translators ("MP3 player", "CD drive") will not.
As above, but the Mechanisms will sign their names or scratch their marks upon your artifact.
As above, but the Mechanisms will take it upon themselves to personally improve, comment upon and deface your copy of the CD. Expect personal comments and the continuation of internal disputes.
The Mechanisms have picked up a lot of junk on the travels. It's beginning to slow the ship down and getting rid of it would be good. Up for grabs here is a cloth patch of some description. n.b. While similar to those patches we gave you last time, this batch is different. Don't suppose you were having great difficulty choosing what to attach your patch to last time? This might solve that quandary a little.
There is a gambling problem aboard the Aurora. While it is mostly Jonny's fault he's not solely responsible. People will keep on playing with him after all. In an attempt to limit the damage we're unloading as many of his dice as we can find -- there are so many we'll give two of the six-sided ones to all comers. (We would get rid of his cards as well but they're harder to find.)
If left to its own devices, the Toy Soldier writes music under the pseudonym of Jessica Law. Such music is usually strange, concerns spivs and the like, and contains more mandolin than normally recommended. This is the second album that it has managed to get past the censors. See http://jessicalaw.bandcamp.com/ for more information.
A large sheet of paper with the Mechanisms's mugshots plastered all over it. May well contain individual details such as the local police office authorisation stamp and some blue-tac remnants. Pay more than £30 and they might even scrawl their names on it for you.
Ivy has an encyclopaedic memory of all the songs that the Mechanisms have ever sung, and she's a fair hand with a pen to boot. She's offered to transcribe the words of any one of the Mechanisms' songs in her own hand, and even to illustrate it, if you like.
Marius von Raum, the Aurora's medic, is convinced that he can salve the violent tendencies of the more dangerous (read: interesting) Mechanisms. His journals documenting his treatments have been the source of great mirth aboard ship; maybe they will be as amusing let loose upon the Universe?
A revealing glimpse into the inner workings of The Mechanisms' minds. After discussing your specific preferences, one of our crew will let loose their subconscious in the form of a pleasingly frenetic scrawl.
A Book shall be bound. Within such boundaries will be contained nigh on all of the information the Mechanisms have collected on the City, and their time there: lyrics, artwork, short stories answering those niggly little questions that any good story prompts. Re-printed within its pages will also be Pausanias's famous photographic scenes of the City. Note that while much of this content will be available online, it will never again be put down on paper.
Gunpowder Tim has experience with making goggles. This is possibly related to the accident with his eyes. In any case he has offered to give away some of his spares. They're made of leather and metal, and guaranteed to present a minimal radiation hazard. n.b. There are two further perks after this -- see the description for more details.