OS/2 manuals

From: Andreas Freiherr <Andreas.Freiherr_at_Vishay.com>
Date: Fri Jan 3 03:06:04 2003


well, in your case, I'll make an exception and ship to the US. I will,
however, yet have to find out about shipping costs. The package weighs
something between 2 and 3kg, so I guess it may be something around 30
Euro. I promise not to charge more than actual shipping cost if you are
the winning bidder.

Two words of caution:

1) This is a German language version of OS/2. I assume that the included
manuals will also be in German.

2) I have no Paypal or similar account, so you will have to do an
international bank transfer. No idea about possible cost or effort...

Customs, however, should not be a problem: the commercial value will be
negligible, and I am ready to confirm this in written if required.

Go and prove me wrong! Maybe you can have it for only the cost of
shipping (which is expensive enough...), plus the usual 1.00 Euro. I'd
definitely rather send it to someone who can do something useful with it
than toss it!

Good luck!

Patrick Finnegan schrieb:
> On Tue, 31 Dec 2002, Andreas Freiherr wrote:
> > Chris,
> >
> > given that I have an original OS/2 (Version 2.11) package, unopened,
> > still sealed, up on (German) eBay for a couple of days now, and it did
> > not attract any offers so far, I assume that your manuals will probably
> > have no merchandising value. See
> > http://cgi.ebay.de/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2084022487 if you want
> > to compare.
> >
> > However, I'd welcome anybody to prove me wrong! ;-)
> >
> > Happy new year, everybody!
> > Andreas
> Andreas, if you were selling that in North America, I would probably bid
> on it...
> Pat
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