Friday, July 03, 2020

Vintage Power Computing FIGHT THE POWER 1997 MacWorld T-shirt

Steve Says Fight The Power With Power T-Shirt from the 1997 Mac World Expo in SF, from the short era when Apple licensed out Macs to Power Computing. The label has a PowerComputing tag. It is a size XL made in the USA of 90% cotton and 10% polyester. It is preshrunk and cut larger than sizes you get now. It is a good quality shirt, it has never been worn or washed and has been well stored for almost 20 years. It is still in mint condition with no cracking in the screened graphics.

The back has the stenciled text: THE COUNTER-ASSAULT BEGINS! and below that is PowerComputing MacWorld Expo San Francisco 1997. The back text is the reason I bought this shirt is that it matched the nearly impossible to find Kozik Counter Assault Wintel PowerPC poster. It is reasonably priced for the PowerComputing collector at $70 with postage at cost.

To read about Steve Kahng click > Power Computing: Fighting Back for the Mac or Stealing Apple’s Customers?
Click to view the Frank Kozik PowerComputing posters > Power Computing Ad Campaigns
Other PowerComputing posters, shirts and collectibles are also available, click the labels below. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

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How to Share photos to Instagram on a Mac

Apple World Today

Thursday, July 02, 2020

Apples' company newsletter 5 Star News shirt XL

Here is a vintage Apple Computer 5 Star News size XL long sleeve shirt. It was made in the USA of 100% pre-shrunk cotton by HANES BEEFY T. It is in like new condition with almost no cracking on the white screening. It is a rare and seldom seen Apple shirt from a collector in Cupertino and was likely never worn. The back is shown; the front is the same graphic but is smaller and on the left side.

The 5 Star News logo is shown in the Apple T-Shirt Book on page 127. It was Apple's bi-weekly employee newspaper in the late 80's and early 90's. This Apple insider shirt is priced at $35 and is available for mailing at cost. There are also two 5 Star newspapers from 1993 that could be included for $15. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

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Here is everything Apple killed — or tried to kill — at WWDC 2020

Appleinsider

Wednesday, July 01, 2020

All 6 BC Canada Apple Store Opening T-shirts

For sale is a collection of 6 black British Columbia Canada Apple Store opening t-shirts: Oakridge Centre in Vancouver, Richmond Centre in Richmond, Metrotown in Burnaby, Guildford Town Centre in Surrey, Coquitlam Centre in Coquitlam and Pacific Centre in Vancouver. All are XL except Guildford Centre which is Large. You will probably not find all 6 elsewhere as this collection took several years to assemble.

All appear to be in near new or in very good condition. They are either marked made in USA if no tag or tagged as made by American Apparel. This collection of the 6 BC store launch shirts is priced at $190 plus postage.

There are two additional Pacific Center shirts, size XL - add $45 (both for $80) or buy separately. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel


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Tuesday, June 30, 2020

DILBERT at 1 Infinite Loop Cupertino California Animation Cel

DILBERT at Apple Computer Headquarters - an animation production art cel from the 1999 season of the Dilbert TV cartoon show. This is an original production art cel accompanied by a glossy presentation background. Size is 13"x11". This setup has a full walking DILBERT as the cel and the Apple rainbow logo at 1 Infinite Loop on the separate background. This is the original back painted cel. It is now a lost art as Dilbert was one of the last hand painted cartoon shows prior to the transition to digital.

These Dilbert episodes originally were broadcast on the UPN network, but you can still see them on the Comedy Central cable channel. This cel was purchased from Nigelwackenfrets in Florida - the only source for the originals. It is highly collectible and is accompanied by certificate that this is an authentic Dilbert TV cartoon production art cel but aside from that this is one fine Apple collectible. It is priced at $75 unmounted/unframed in the shipping tube. Special cel matting is required. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

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Monday, June 29, 2020

We don't need chargers in our iPhone boxes anymore

iMore

a collection of 8 iPhone T-shirts

Offered for sale is a set of 8 Apple iPhone t-shirts.

Top left is a size Large black iPhone T-shirt. It is not new and has been washed several times and is in good used condition with only minor fading and cracking of the white screened graphic. This shirt was given out to Apple store employees to promote the release of the iPhone. It has  iPhone on the front (shown) and a small white bitten Apple logo on the back. It is priced at $18.

Top right are two new blue iPhone 3G t-shirts made for the Specialist employees at the Apple Store. It is a hard-to-find adult size Medium and it is unisex. It has a small iPhone graphic on the front of the shirt saying 'iPhone 3G' and text on the back saying 'Twice as Fast. Half the Price.' There is also an Apple logo and the word Specialist on the sleeve. Price is $16 each.

Middle row are two new grey (size M and L)and a new black Apple Computer iPhone Development Camp t-shirt (size L). These rare Apple shirts have the text iPhoneDevCamp with asymmetrical flame graphics that wrap around the side. It was not available to the public. Priced at $50 each.

Bottom row are two new old stock shirts made by FastMac, a Mac upgrade company, when they added five new designs to its Apple T-shirt collection in a series of 5 limited-edition iPhone 2.0 designs that were handed out free outside the Moscone Convention Center in San Francisco where Apple was hosting its Worldwide Developers Conference.They were later sold online at the FastMac.com store. The left one is a new size Medium "Can Touch This" shirt priced at $30 - and on the left is a new "I Got iPhone" size Large t-shirt priced at $50. The date 06.29.07 is on the back.

The total list price for these 8 shirts is $280 - buy the full set for $180 USD plus postage. For more info on some of these t-shirts click the iPhone label below. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

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Friday, June 26, 2020

Classic fractal Macworld '94 Washington D.C. T-shirt

This is a black size Large Macworld T-shirt. It is has MACWORLD '94 with a fractal graphic and Washington D.C.  on the front. This shirt is not new, having been washed but the screened graphics are bright, crisp and un-cracked. It is a Fruit of the Loom 100% cotton shirt made in the USA. How rare is that!

It is priced at $25 with mailing at cost. For other Macworld items click the label below.To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

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Thursday, June 25, 2020

Apple rainbow logo sheet of stickers

Here is a sheet of classic Apple rainbow stickers that just don't show up anymore. The 6"x9" sheet has 16 stickers in 4 sizes. They will frame up real well and make a fine addition to a vintage Apple sticker/logo collection. Text on the bottom left is Apple logo registered trademark © 1986 printed in USA.

Price with postage included is $45.
To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

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You shouldn’t buy a new Mac right now

Macworld

Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Apple poster - Live On Stage The New iPod Tonight 5.2.03

This is an Apple iPod poster announcing the debut of new iPods at Apple’s Live On Stage event. The 3rd generation iPod Classic had launched a week earlier on April 28, 2003. The LIVE event took place at the Fashion Island Apple Store in Newport Beach, CA with DJ Hawkeye "spinning" 2 iPods.

This poster is printed on heavy stock paper and measures 38" x 20". It is like new, unused, never hung, no tears, no tape. It is priced at $95 with mailing in a heavy cardboard tube at cost of postage. There are matching Apple event promo shirts as well as a good condition 3rd gen iPod Classic with cables for a collection. Also a cheaper Live poster - click the Live label below or to inquire further contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

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Tuesday, June 23, 2020

Apple Store Vancouver 2010 Olympics Pins

These brand new, limited edition authentic Apple Olympic pins were designed by Apple Inc. to promote the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games. The pins were only available at two Vancouver Apple stores and they were not available for sale anywhere. The top two app icon pins were available only during the February Olympics at the Pacific Centre Mall and the lower pin, designed to look like the iPod Nano, was given out at the Oakridge Mall store and only as one to a customer. These were hard to get then and are highly collectible now.

This upper pin set in original packaging includes two metal 19mm x 19mm (3/4" by 3/4") pins - the left pin is a Canadian maple leaf and the right pin is the Apple logo. The lower iPod Nano pin, also in original packaging, measures  17mm x 38mm (5/8" x 1-1/2"). The backs have ™2010 Apple, Inc. They are reasonably priced for the collector at $50 for the set of two icons and $45 for the iPod pin. Several sets are available plus a single Apple icon pin that is on an Olympic card for $30. All have butterfly clasps and are new and unused. Mailing adds $5 to North America. You can also include a few Apple window cling stickers for $2.50 each - click the label below. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

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New macOS malware spreading through Google search results

Macworld UK

Monday, June 22, 2020

A collection of 5 Apple WWDC T-Shirts

Top left and right: 2 Apple WWDC 2009 Developers Conference app icon T-shirts in mint condition - never worn, never washed, never taken out of the factory sealed bags. One is size large and one is small with "WWDC 09" on back and WWDC 2009 spelled out on the front in apps type icons - priced at $30 each.

Center top: rare World Wide Developers Conference shirt from 2009 with the word Engineer spelled out on the front with icons. The back has the Apple logo and WWDC09.  It is a large, like new but washed once and is priced at $25.

Bottom left: a size small Apple WWDC 2005. It is as new - washed once - with WWDC2005 Worldwide Developers Conference San Francisco, California on the front and a large X on the back. It is priced at $28.

Bottom right: WWDC June 9, 2008 is spelled out with 3 iPhone/iPod Apps icons. The app icons show that the WWDC starts at 10 o'clock on June 9 at Moscone West. The WWDC was held at Moscone Center in San Francisco. The graphics appear to be in new condition but the shirt has been washed at least once. The size is Large. The back says WWDC08. It is priced at $25.

Listed price total is $138, I prefer to sell as a set - buy all 5 for $100 plus postage. Click the WWDC label below for more info. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

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Friday, June 19, 2020

rare Pepsi Cola logo 4th gen Apple iPod shuffle

This is a collectible limited edition 4th generation 2 GB Apple iPod shuffle model MD778LL/A with the Pepsi Cola logo on it. It is brand new, never used, still factory wrapped and sealed and so includes everything that came with it.

These were created as a Pepsi promo redeemable by earning Experience Points and they are no longer offered. It is priced at $110 plus insured shipping at cost. There are other collectible Apple iDevices available - click here. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

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Thursday, June 18, 2020

APPLE Banner "The Most Colourful Way To The Internet"

Reverse sided APPLE Banner like the one pictured but with the Canadian and British spelling of colourful. It is just like brand new, never hung, been in storage since 1999. The banner is 26" wide by 39" long. It has a white metal bar hanger at the top, and a white round wooden stick at the bottom to weigh it down, material is heavy yet soft and silky. It was a promo banner for the first Flavor Macs, and is a great vintage Apple collectible. Click image for larger photo - priced at $85. There are several other Apple banners available - click the label below. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel


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Wednesday, June 17, 2020

Vintage Macintosh SNL parody "The Power to Crush The Other Kids" T-shirt collection

This is a collection of 7 shirts - they are 2nd generation versions of the NBC Saturday Night Live commercial skit  that parodies the Macintosh ad. They are all size Large.  It is described on page 184 of the Apple T-Shirts Book and is the sanctioned Apple registered trademark edition that was sold at the San Francisco Macworld in 1996 and then at the original Apple Company Store.

There are four new gray shirts and plus a washed gray one, one white and one black long sleeve. The white one -center - appears new but the label has been half cut off.

At the top is a rare Macintosh Macworld long sleeve shirt from 1995. Proudly worn and washed in good condition with some wear on the screened graphics but not on the bitten rainbow apple. "Macintosh" is down one arm and 3 of the bitten Apple logos down the other arm. "The Power To Crush The Other Kids" on the front and MACWORLD '95 writ large on the back.

You may never see another one of these offered for sale. This is a high end version that may well have been made special for an Apple Evangelist as a Macworld promo. It is priced at $155 with postage included in North America and the 5 remaining new ones at $75 each and one washed one at $60 (plus postage) but I would prefer to sell the entire set of 7 for $490 USD postage included for the set - that's $100 off. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel



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Tuesday, June 16, 2020

iBook Clamshell collection poster #4

This poster is from a retired Apple dealer's private collection of Apple Clamshell style iBook posters. This poster has 1 or 2 tack holes in each corner, and a few very small creases that might not show when framed. This G3 Tangerine iBook "Go" poster is about 24 inches wide and 36 inches high and is on heavy poster paper with Macworld New York 99 across the bottom.

These vintage Apple posters are becoming hard to find. This one is priced at $55 and is available for mailing at cost of postage as the cardboard tube is on hand. Kootenay Mac has other MacWorld Clamshell iBook posters and a companion Tangerine Go t-shirt and the Tangerine Clamshell iBook laptop in very good condition. Click the "Go go go" label below. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

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How to post to Instagram from a Mac

Macworld UK

Monday, June 15, 2020

A collection of 4 Macintosh original accessory boxes

There are four Apple accessories boxes for sale as a set. All have some manuals, software and hardware in them. Top left is a G4 Power Mac tower box with a clean original long wired graphite keyboard. Top right box has a G4 iMac graphite keyboard with the shorter cord and a rainbow power cord. Bottom left is a G3 350 iMac box with the original blueberry keyboard and mouse. I removed the warehouse catalog and added an install disk package. Bottom right box has an original set of install disks and a USB floppy drive. Price is $200 plus shipping. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

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Bizarre internet 'dot' glitch lets you watch ad-free YouTube vids and bypass paywalls

Macworld

Saturday, June 13, 2020

Double-double tracking: How Tim Hortons knows where you sleep, work and vacation

Financial Post
(note: a detailed and informative article - much like the info collected)

Friday, June 12, 2020

iPhone 6 vinyl advertising sign

This is the Apple iPhone 6 advertising poster copyright 2014. It is a new vinyl poster measuring 22"x28". It has not been hung or displayed but has some light wrinkling. It is priced at $50, with mailing in a heavy cardboard tube at cost of postage.

To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

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Thursday, June 11, 2020

APPLE iPhone Development Camp shirt

This is a gray Apple Computer iPhone Development Camp t-shirt. It is pre-owned and sourced from a high tech collector in Cupertino California. It is made by American Apparel in Downtown LA  of 90% cotton and 10% polyester. Two sizes are available, a Medium and a Large. They are not brand new but the tags look new and there are no obvious signs of wear.

These rare Apple shirts have a 2-tone text on the front denoting the iPhoneDevCamp plus asymetrical black flame graphics. Nice. Rare. Collectible. Never available to the public. $50 each with mailing at cost. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

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Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Blue Apple Store iPhone 3G T-shirt

This T-shirt is blue and was made for the Specialist employees at the Apple Store. It is a hard-to-find adult size Medium and it is unisex. It has a small iPhone graphic on the front of the shirt saying 'iPhone 3G' and text on the back saying 'Twice as Fast. Half the Price.' There is also an Apple logo and the word Specialist on the sleeve.

The shirt is made by American Apparel in Downtown LA. There are 2 on hand, they have been worn on day of issue by NY Apple store employees and washed once - they are reasonably priced at $16 each. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

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Apple reportedly planning to launch in-store Mac trade-in program in Canada

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Tuesday, June 09, 2020

2014 Apple iPhone 6 Launch Day Poster

This genuine Apple poster was created for the September 9 launch of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. It was distributed internally to Apple employees only and shows a black on black iPhone 6. There is a small line of text at the bottom right with ™ and © 2014 Apple Inc.

This poster was not for sale by Apple and is a fine collector item as it is not the typical advertising poster that Apple has produced lately detailing item features.

The poster measures 24" by 36" and fits a standard frame as shown. It is priced at $55 and ships in a heavy duty cardboard tube at cost of postage. Multiple posters (or shirts, as they will slip inside) do not add to postage - click the labels below. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

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iPhone 4 Turns 10: 'Stop Me If You've Already Seen This'

MacRumors

Monday, June 08, 2020

Rare 2003 Apple AppleMusic.com Gibson ES-345 Guitar Poster

This is an ultra rare 2003 AppleMusic.com promo poster featuring a Gibson ES-345 Guitar. It became better known as the Garage Band icon. This poster measures 24" x 36" and is in good condition with few flaws. There are no tack holes or tape tears but there is some edge wear and a few small creases, smudges and marks but it frames up very well. There is a rubber band mark on the back where it was rolled up and stored for several years. In very small print at the bottom right is the 2003 TM for Apple Computer, Inc. All rights reserved.

It is a simple and beautiful poster for AppleMusic.com which was a short-lived music website that was replaced soon after launch by iTunes. During May 2003 this poster appeared as promo ads on the back covers of several well known magazines and then they all disappeared and were replaced by the iTunes Store as Apple Computer and Apple Corps squared off over the use of the name. This memento of a brief yet game-changing piece of Apple history is available for the serious Apple collector at $400 USD and that includes insured postage in a sturdy cardboard tube. Missingbite had one a few years ago for $599.

Update: a second one is now available with staple holes in each corner - price is $250
and Apple has just brought back Apple Music so this is even a more collectible poster!

There are several magazines with a back cover ad of this poster also available, click the label below. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

WaybackMachine Archives - missingbite.com: Remember AppleMusic.com?
Neither does anyone else. This ultra rare Apple poster heralds the age of the iTunes Store before Apple figured out what to call it.

Apple Corps v Apple Computer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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The best free weather apps for your Mac

iDownloadBlog

Friday, June 05, 2020

Power Computing VIP Boston Macworld 1996 t-shirt

This is a rare version of the 1996 Power Computing "We're Fighting Back For The Mac" promotional T-shirt featuring the infamous Frank Kozik designed Sluggo/Puggo that launched a lawsuit from Nancy Comics. On the back is Power Computing 1996 Boston Macworld Expo and an unusual MacWorld MVB V.I.P.  on one sleeve. There was a VIP room at the Mama Kin Music Hall in Boston in 1995, not sure about the details for '96. MVB might be Most Valuable Bruin but that is conjecture. The shirt has been worn and washed several times over the years and has some lightly discolored areas that are noticeable up close but none on the area of the graphics. A dry cleaning might help but a washing did not clean it as much as I had hoped. It is still a good wearable or collectible shirt from the days before Steve Jobs ended the Apple clone program. It is a Lofteez brand size XL made in the USA of 100% preshrunk cotton by Fruit of the Loom.

This classic '96 VIP Power Computing T-shirt is priced at $55 with mailing at cost of postage. There is a companion poster and other versions of this shirt available as well, click the Power Computing label below. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

read about Power Computing Corporation - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Thursday, June 04, 2020

Today in Apple history: Mac clone-maker Power Computing peaks

Cult of Mac

Vintage Rolling Stones "Tour of the Americas '75" Jacket

This is a Canadian made size XL ID Wear Rolling Stones "Tour The Americas 75 jacket.

It is an 'as new' stone washed denim jean jacket. The back is the completely original and mint embroidered twin jet eagle and text. The factory embroidered "tongue and lip" Stones logo is on the right sleeve.  A Grateful Dead patch has been added to the left sleeve. On the right chest is a patch from the '81 Rolling Stones Dragon Tour. It does not appear to have been worn or washed. The model is a 10 year old girl. It fits a large nicely. There are two inside pockets.

It is priced at $250 plus insured postage. There are other jackets available - click the labels below.

The Rolling Stones' Tour of the Americas '75 - Wikipedia: The tour officially began on 3 June 1975 at the Convention Center in San Antonio, Texas; however first the group played two warmup shows on 1 June at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The tour continued, playing mostly arenas in the United States and Canada

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Wednesday, June 03, 2020

Vintage Apple YUM FlavorMac keyboard collection

Original G3 iMac "FlavorMac" keyboards - YUM. There are 5 shown: a Tangerine, Lime, Grape, Strawberry and Blueberry. A Graphite with a longer cord for towers is also available. 5 matching Apple hockey puck mice are for sale for $100 only when purchased with the keyboards. There is now a Grape mouse available, but a Graphite mouse is shown in the photo. The keyboards displayed can be purchased as a set for $180.

The Apple YUM poster from the Think Different campaign is priced at $75. A Graphite keyboard can be added for $50 and the matching mouse for $25. Similar individual YUM keyboards can be purchased separately for $50 each (as available) plus shipping, and there are 6 new old stock unused factory wrapped Grape keyboards on hand for $50 each.

Postage is at cost depending on destination. Several of the original iMac trayloaders as shown in the poster are also for sale including a Grape, Lime, Blueberry and Strawberry. Another Lime iMac in original box with accessories is available. To see a fairly complete list of the G3 iMacs in stock click here. To inquire further contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

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Tuesday, June 02, 2020

Vintage Embroidered Apple Rainbow Logo sticker collection

A baker's dozen of vintage embroidered bitten rainbow Apple logo stickers. Apple supplied them as dealership promotional items from the 80's to mid 90's. They are the classic 6 color logos measuring almost an inch high. There were at least 2 styles - some were on strips of paper 3 to a strip and some were on a roll. Some had paper backing and some were attached to plastic strips.

They could originally be stuck onto most surfaces, and ironed or sewn onto clothing. Over the years the glue has dried on some so no promises on them retaining any adhesive qualities. They are new-old-stock and came from various sources as sets of 3, 4 and 6. They are available as a complete collection of 13 for $90 and that includes postage. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel


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Apple's has brought back the nagging — you can no longer ignore major macOS updates

iDownloadBlog

Monday, June 01, 2020

Vintage Apple Macintosh mouse pad collection

For sale is a collection of 10 new Apple and Macintosh themed mouse pads. There are official Apple launch mouse pads like the right front black X 10.3 Panther, the center front Mac OS and the middle center pad that has Apple spelled in the Garamond font. In the back row are two of the "Picasso" series and the original G3 Bondi iMac Girl by Satoshi "Toy" Igarashi from 1998. Center left is the rare "Mac Widow" and at center right is a retro Mac Nanochromatic rainbow skull. The top Happy Face has some printing smudges - all are new and unused.

Click the mouse pad label below for more info on the individual mouse pads. This collection is priced at $190 plus postage.  To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

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Friday, May 29, 2020

Apple Computer Trading Cards Collection

This is a collection of 8 Apple and related trading cards. Starting below the fold on the left is a set of three Steve Jobs 2011 Topps American Pie 1970s series Apple Founded #122 commemorating the start up of Apple Computer in 1977.

In the middle in a black turtleneck is a Topps 2000 series Steve Jobs 1955-2011 card #199. "Unfortunately, that day has come."

At the left is a Steve Jobs 2011 Topps American Pie 1980s series Macintosh Released #146 promoting the 128K Apple Macintosh at Super Bowl XVIII on January 22, 1984 and launching it two days later.

At bottom left is an Upper Deck 2004 History of the United States Inventors and Inventions card crediting Steve Wozniak (and Steve Jobs) with building the Apple I personal computers in 1976 - which were sold for $666.66.

At bottom right is a 2011 Topps American Pie #183 First iPod Released displaying the classic iPod launched November 10, 2001.

At the top at the left corner of the 2003 Sports Illustrated back page ad heralding the launch of AppleMusic.com (which soon became iTunes) is a hard-to-find Gibson ES-345 Guitar trading card. The Gibson ES-345 became known as the Apple Computer operating system Garage Band icon.

All cards are unused and in mint or near mint condition. The seven cards are priced as a set of 5 for $50 - the duplicate Jobs founder cards are included at no cost. Add $5 for postage. The Gibson Guitar card is $10. You can add the short lived and now scarce AppleMusic ad shown on a complete Sports Illustrated magazine in good condition for an additional $25 and that also includes the postage for all items. So, to sum up, everything shown is $85USD delivered. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel


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How to quickly open a Safari webpage in another browser on Mac

iDownloadBlog

Thursday, May 28, 2020

Frank Kozik "Publish or Perish" 1996 Power Computing Seybold poster

"You can take my Mac when you pry my cold dead fingers off the mouse!"
This poster is a very rare and collectible silk screened original print by the famous rock poster artist Frank Kozik. He did a series of prints for the Power Computing company that were part of their guerrilla marketing campaign to "fight back for the Mac" in 1996 and 1997.

The original owner had this to say about the poster: "As you can see this is the one with the girl and the gun and an American flag uttering the greatest line in Mac history! I picked up this one at the P-C booth at the show, it was a very cool and defiant giveaway from the "darkest days" of Apple, some say these were the spark that brought them back from the brink."
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Wednesday, May 27, 2020

Apple Macintosh vintage bumper sticker collection

This is a collection of 6 genuine Apple and Macintosh bumper stickers in 3 different designs from the 90's. They are vinyl and tend to stretch and distort a bit though one of each design is markedly in better condition. The smallest sticker, top, is about 3x9.

The price for this collection is $135 and that includes postage dto North America. There are other Apple stickers and decals available - click the labels below. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

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Tuesday, May 26, 2020

Silver Apple iPod Shuffle 2nd Gen factory sealed in collectors gift box

Shown here is a new factory sealed rare collectors' Apple iPod Shuffle 2nd Generation 1GB Silver Model A1204, MB225LL/A.

This iPod is still brand new. It has never been opened and comes in the hard to find original presentation box.

It is priced at $120 plus insured mailing at cost. There are other iPod Shuffles available, click the labels below. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel

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Here's where Apple Stores have reopened around the world

Appleinsider