LEAST valuable collectibles (was: Apple II boards

From: Fred Cisin <cisin_at_xenosoft.com>
Date: Thu Jan 24 12:47:23 2002

> > > Cmon, what could possibly be less valuable than an Apple ][+? A C64
> > > perhaps...
> > monitors!
> > non-current printers

On Thu, 24 Jan 2002, Richard Erlacher wrote:
> Careful now! ... Current printers won't work properly with any of the pre-ECP
> . . .
> Current generation monitors won't work with the old NTSC-compatible computers

When I closed up my office, I could find people who wanted everything
else, from old magazines and newspapers, books, files of clippings,
internal documents, schematics, even marketing materials from defunct
companies, furniture, empty binders with company names on the spines,
computers, unidentifiable circuit boards, 8 inch drives, Syquest drives,
modems, weird cables, T shirts, trade show freebie crap, . . .

I had a very difficult time getting anybody to take FREE monitors and FREE
printers. The only way that I could get anybody to take them was to start
boxing them up with S100 cards, etc. and making unbreakable package deals.
Received on Thu Jan 24 2002 - 12:47:23 GMT

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