Thursday, December 13, 2018

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Limited Edition Apple Mac OS X Leopard T-Shirt

If you're like most of us in the heartland and missed attending the Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard launch, then here is your chance to get a one-of-a-kind Apple collectors T-shirt. This awesome short sleeve T-shirt was a giveaway promotion to the first 500 people through the door at The Apple Store on 10/26/07 at 6 PM. It was designed to celebrate the release of the new Mac OS X Leopard Operating System.

KootenayMac has 2 of these shirts - one Large and 1 XL. They are black with the OS X Leopard logo on the front, and the slogan "Add a new Mac to your Mac." on the reverse side. They are brand new, never worn, never washed made by Hanes Beefy-T of 100% cotton. They are priced at $65 with mailing at cost. Get yours, they will never be offered to the public by Apple again. To see other Apple promo shirts click the label below. To inquire contact Dave via

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Wednesday, December 12, 2018

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Apple Store Nano-Chromatic T-Shirt

This is an Apple Store employee t-shirt. The t-shirt is teal blue, Medium size, and made by American Apparel. It has been worn twice in the NY Apple store and has been washed twice. The front of the shirt says "Nano-Chromatic" in a rainbow gradient lettering, while the left sleeve has a white apple logo and text that says "Specialist". The back of the shirt (pictured left) has the 9 different colors iPod nanos and the text is "The New Ipod Nano". This shirt was the store uniform promo for the new 2008 iPod Nano premiere and is no longer in production.

click here to see the front of the shirt The Apple iPod "nanochromatic" shirt is a rare collectible and is reasonably priced at $20. To inquire contact Dave via

(inventory update: another Nanochromatic shirt is also available - a brand new never worn size XL priced at $25)

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Tuesday, December 11, 2018

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Apple iPod Shuffle collection - 4 Gens

This is a collection of 4 generations of new unused iPod shuffles. Shown on the the left in the green box is a 1st gen shuffle. It is new and unused with the seal broken but never removed from the box and it is priced at $50. (An identical one with the seal intact is also available for $75). In front of the green box is a 3rd gen silver iPod shuffle new in unopened box, priced at $110. In the center foreground is a 4th gen silver iPod shuffle new in unopened box for $85.

In the back row center is a brand new factory sealed 2nd gen iPod shuffle and to the right is the presentation box - still in quite good condition - with the new unused accessory ear buds and docking station plus wrapped paperwork on the part numbered envelope they come in. This complete 2nd gen presentation iPod is priced at $180. Everything shown is available as a set priced at $425 and that includes insured postage. The optional second 1st gen shuffle can be substituted or added. Not shown but available for $400 is a rare polished stainless steel unopened 3rd gen iPod shuffle that was only available at the Apple Stores. To inquire contact Dave via

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Unboxing: Stainless Steel iPod Shuffle 3rd Gen. (Special Edition) - YouTube

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Monday, December 10, 2018

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Rare 2003 Apple Gibson ES-345 Guitar Poster

This is an ultra rare 2003 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 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 inside a triangular shipping box. 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

WaybackMachine Archives - Remember
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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Saturday, December 08, 2018

Apple eMac Tilt and Swivel Stand

Apple eMac Tilt and Swivel Stand, Part No. M878G4/A, Original Box. This is an essential eMac accessory, it is in great condition with all original parts included. Clean, classic stand made specifically for the G4 eMac. It raises the eMac about 3" higher, tilts the screen from -5° to +15°, swivels 360°. The base is 11" in diameter, made from strong polyurethane. Simple to install, it makes the heavy eMac easy to adjust.

It comes in the hard to find original box - priced at $45 (factory price was $49) local pickup or shipping available. Postage was $15.50 to bring it in from Boston so probably around that to mail it out. To inquire contact Dave via

Another eMac swivel stand without box is $35

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Friday, December 07, 2018

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Power Computing Sluggo Kick-Ass Kozik Poster MacWorld '96

This rare and controversial poster was designed by Frank Kozik, and features his 'Puggo' version of Sluggo from the Nancy comic. The original owner has this to say about the poster he got at the '96 Boston MacWorld: "It was released at Macworld '96 by PowerComputing, the most successful of the Apple Mac clone companies. Few of the posters were handed out, when one of the "SUITS" decided that they would no longer distribute them. They were removed from the booth and the show-floor locations where they were being handed out."

The stories surrounding this poster include real and threatened lawsuits by the Nancy comic distributor over copyright violations and by Intel for being it's trademark being slagged. The word "ass" was also a sore point at Power Computing. This poster has been mounted professionally on a 1/4" wood backing panel that is not removable. There is a damaged corner in the wood at the bottom left of the frame where it fell from it's wall mount. The poster has no damage except the wrinkle outside the black border (click the image to view) and could be professionally restored.

So while the t-shirt version (also available) circulated for a while, this poster quickly disappeared into private collections. Until now. Add it to yours for $125 plus shipping at cost. To inquire contact Dave via

For other Power Computing collectibles including the companion T-shirt, click the label below.
Power Computing Corporation - Wikipedia
Power Computing Ad Campaigns

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Thursday, December 06, 2018

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Apple Computer's The power to be your best. T-shirt

This is a new white old stock never worn, never washed size XL Hanes Beefy-T. It is made in the USA of 100% pre-shrunk cotton. The front has a rainbow bitten Apple with the text "The power to be your best." This classic Apple campaign slogan t-shirt is shown on page 176 of the Apple T-shirt Book.

It has a small faint discoloration on the back bottom inside hem of the shirt - a washing may remove it. This shirt is priced at $39 and is available for mailing at cost. To inquire contact Dave via

Apple commercial: The Power to Be Your Best

Remembering 1990, The IIfx and The Power To Be Your Best The Mac Observer

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Wednesday, December 05, 2018

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WOZ Shoreline Theatre Button Jacket

This is a new DeLONG jacket with the name WOZ embroidered on the right front and Shoreline Amphitheatre Mountain View on the left front. Steve Wozniak, the man who built the first Apple computer, is a season pass holder at Shoreline Amphitheatre performing center in Mountain View, Ca. and this coat was personalized for him but he wears an XL+ and this is a Large. It is a lined Navy blue button jacket - 100% cotton - Size: L - Chest-27" / Length-28" - Brand New with Tag still attached to sleeve - a reasonably priced rare collectible at $75. Mailing at cost of postage. To inquire contact Dave via

btw, Mountain View is the home of Google (1600 Amphitheatre Parkway) and some Apple development teams have worked there as well. The Shoreline Amphitheatre was opened in 1986 under the direction of Bill Graham Presents.

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Tuesday, December 04, 2018

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OS X 10.3 Panther collection

This is a collection of OS X 10.3 Panther items. The poster is in good condition with no tears or tack holes, just a few small wrinkles. It is priced at $100. Beside it to the right is a 10.3 server install box. To the left side and displayed is the retail install box showing the 3 CDs and manuals.

Front center is a genuine Apple Panther mouse pad, new and unused priced at $20. Several are available. On the right side in front of the server box is a size large Panther launch t-shirt. It is priced at $45. Buy the set (poster, shirt and pad) for $150 and they will all be shipped in a heavy cardboard tube with postage at cost.

Several 10.3 install box sets are available, click here to see the options and then click the Read more>> shown there for descriptions and prices. To inquire contact Dave via

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Monday, December 03, 2018

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Apple Evangelist Game Sprockets Shirt

This is a 1997 vintage Apple Game Sprockets black denim long sleeve shirt. This is a one of a kind item created by a former Apple Games Evangelist as the standard Games Sprockets shirts and jackets were blue denim. This shirt was never available for sale and no other black versions exist.

It is a size Large in very good shape, having been in storage in Seattle for 9 years. It has a large embroidered "gears" logo on the back and a smaller design on the front. The shirt was made by Port Authority. It may have been washed a few times but the embroidery is still a glowing gold as bright as it was when new (it is possible the shirt was stone-washed prior to the design being embroidered on). Click image for a much larger view and click here for shirt front photo

This rare and collectible period of Apple history shirt is very reasonably priced at $145 and shipping is available at cost. To inquire contact Dave via

Mac OS: What is a Game Sprocket?
Evangelism Marketing - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Saturday, December 01, 2018

Apple M6531 Harman Kardon G4 PowerMac and iMac Pro Speakers

These Apple Pro Speakers feature powerful Harman Kardon audio technology. They connect to your Power Mac G4 desktop systems using a single cable which provides 20 watts of sound (10 watts/channel) to the speakers with a frequency range of 70 hertz to 20 kilohertz.

Apple Pro Speakers are different from the speakers that came with the Power Mac G4 Cube: While the Apple Pro Speakers look very similar to the Power Mac G4 Cube speakers, the Apple Pro Speakers get their power from the computer and require a system with an Apple speaker minijack like the one on the G4 Power Mac tower and G4 iMac. The Power Mac G4 Cube speakers, on the other hand, are USB-powered and are designed to work only with Power Mac G4 Cube systems. Also, the G4 Cube speakers have an external amplifier, whereas the Power Mac G4 has an internal amplifier that supports the Apple Pro Speakers.

These analog-based speakers require systems with an Apple speaker minijack. They are not USB-based speaker. Be advised that the cording is beige not white. They are priced at $50 with shipping at cost. Another set in original box is also available for $85, click the speakers label below. To inquire contact Dave via

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Friday, November 30, 2018

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Macromedia Freehand Graphics pin

This is a Macromedia Freehand Graphics Studio 7 pin. It measures 3 inches across and is in excellent condition. It has become quite rare in the wild and is offered for the high tech collector at $15 with postage at cost depending on destination. To inquire contact Dave via

read more: Macromedia FreeHand - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Thursday, November 29, 2018

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iBook Clamshell collection poster #3

This iBook poster is from an Arizona collection of Apple Clamshell style iBook posters - available individually or as a set. This one has from 1 to 3 tack holes in each corner and two very small creases and a 1" colored pencil mark. It is printed on fairly heavy poster stock and is in good condition.

This Blueberry iBook "Go" poster is about 2 feet wide and 3 feet long and has the Apple part number LO4017A on it with text of Macworld New York 99 across the width of the bottom. This "go go go" poster is priced at $55. To view other iBook posters click the iBook label below. To inquire further, or to arrange for viewing or mailing contact Dave via

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Wednesday, November 28, 2018

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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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Tuesday, November 27, 2018

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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 3 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

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Monday, November 26, 2018

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Collectible Apple G3 iMacs for sale in Canada

These all-in-one early model Apple iMacs, circa 1998-2003, with power cords, still make decent starter, collectible, legacy software or back-up computers but will not play nice with recent iOS syncs, current browsers or newer YouTube videos anymore - software has moved on. Other G3 and G4 iMacs and towers are available; some color matching keyboards are also in stock. All are working and would be good additions to an Apple collection.

G3 iMac Graphite 600 - 20GB, 512 Ram, 10.4, CD/RW - $100
G3 iMac Snow 500 - 40GB HD, 512 Ram, DVD 10.4 - $80
G3 iMac Flower Power 500 - rare - SOLD
G3 iMac Indigo - SOLD
G3 iMac Ruby 450, rare, Combo Drive, 20GB HD, 10.4, 384 Ram $180
G3 iMac Strawberry 333, rare, $130, add $40 for matching keyboard
G3 iMac Lime 333 tray loader w/keyboard + mouse, 160 Ram, OS 9.2 - $120
G3 iMac Lime 333, collectors item, in original box with accessories box - $225
G3 iMac Grape 333, blue button CD door, OS 9.2 - $60, matching k'brd add $40
G3 iMac Blueberry 350, system 9 - $60, add 60$ for original accessories box
G3 iMac Bondi 233, OS 9.2, near mint, one owner - $120 

Some options, upgrades, parts machines and colored plastics are on hand plus some extra factory boxes for shipping safely - to inquire contact Dave via For a full list of all computers available at KootenayMac, click here.

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Saturday, November 24, 2018

Vintage Apple logo stoneware mug in original box

This is a brand new and never used original Apple logo stoneware mug from 1997. There is a red bitten apple logo on it and the word Apple is printed in the Garamond font. It was ordered from Apple's marketing company, Starting Line, for customer promos and Apple marketing events immediately after the change from the rainbow logo. It was owned by a long time Apple employee and has been in storage in Grass Valley, Calif. for the last fifteen years. It is brand new and still in the original box. There are two identical boxed mugs available, individually for $65 or as a set for $120 plus insured postage at cost. There are other Apple mugs available, click the label below. To inquire contact Dave via

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Friday, November 23, 2018

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Rare Apple Clone Boston MacWorld 1995 T-shirt

This is a rare and vintage PowerComputing "I've Seen The Future" T-shirt from the 1995 MacWorld in Boston. The size is XL made in the USA of 100% preshrunk cotton by Hanes Beefy-T. It is not new, having been washed a few times, but it is in very good condition with no rips or stains and the label appears new. This shirt was originally obtained by a speaker at the '95 MacWorld and he says "Good luck finding another one of these!"
click for close-up of graphic
Power Computing Corporation was the first company selected by Apple to create Macintosh-compatible computers or "Mac clones", a program that only lasted until the late '90's when Steve Jobs returned to Apple. This shirt is priced at $30 and is available for mailing at cost. For more PowerComputing items click the label below. To inquire contact Dave via

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Thursday, November 22, 2018

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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 3 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. Mailing available at cost - add $9 - K'Mac takes PayPal. To inquire contact Dave via

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Wednesday, November 21, 2018

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Vintage Apple II GS College long sleeve shirt

This shirt was made to celebrate the Apple II, which was developed in 1977 and was among the world's first successful computers. It features a large rainbow treble clef on the front and Apple II GS College with the bitten apple logo is on the back. This is NOS (new old stock) that has never been worn or washed.

This shirt was from the company store and is featured on page 8 of the Apple T-shirt Book. It became proof that Apple hardware was not in compliance with the agreement with the Beatles' Apple Corp which led to a lawsuit over music reproduction. These shirts date from the 80's and the GS refers to the model's enhanced graphics and sound. There are two identical size Medium long sleeve shirts in stock both made in the USA by Anvil of 100% pre-shrunk cotton. They are priced at $25 each with mailing at cost. To inquire contact Dave via

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Tuesday, November 20, 2018

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Apple (Product)Red iPod Shuffle and Pocket Karma shirt collection

This is an Apple (Product)Red Special Edition collection consisting of 2 sets of iPod shuffles and new Apple Pocket Karma iPod nano promo shirts of your choice in Small, Medium or Large. All 3 size shirts are in the photo plus a size Medium or Large red iPod shuffle shirt - shown at the top - and it can be included also.

There are two iPod shuffle sets consisting of both 2nd and 4th gen (Product)Red shuffles. The two on the left are not new, and are in original opened boxes. They are in good condition and come with original charging cables. They are priced at $140. The set of two on the right are in unopened factory sealed boxes with all accessories and are priced at $200. The shirts are $50 each: there are 2 size small, 1 medium and 1 large available plus an iPod shuffle shirt.

Also included at no cost when purchased as a collection of 2 shuffles plus a shirt is a set of aftermarket unopened red earbuds plus a new red stylus as shown. Add additional shirts for $50 each. Everything shown is for sale for $490. Insured postage depends on box size and weight to your postal code. To inquire contact Dave via

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Monday, November 19, 2018

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Rare 1995 Apple Macintosh LC580 "Dragon Kid" T-Shirt

This is a new vintage internal Macintosh team member shirt from the development project for the LC580. LC stands for low cost, the models that were popular as school computers. It was the last Mac prior to the launch of the PowerPC.

The Apple code name for the LC580 was Dragonkid and the silkscreened graphics on this shirt are in perfect condition. This shirt is new, unworn and unwashed and stored carefully for 19 years by a longtime Apple employee who worked on the project. The LC580 (also known as the Performa 580CD in Asia, Australia and Canada) was introduced in 1995 and ran OS 7.5 to 8.1.

These mid-1990s Apple employee shirts were printed in very small quantities and handed out to project team members only. This shirt was never offered for sale and is a rare part of Apple history. It is a size Large Cotton Deluxe brand long sleeve mock turtleneck made by Anvil Knitwear in the USA of 100% preshrunk cotton. It is mint and priced at $125 with postage at cost. You will not find another anywhere in this condition. To inquire contact Dave via :: Macintosh LC 580

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Saturday, November 17, 2018

MacFest '88 Apple Macintosh Pinback

Vintage 1998 University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada MacFest '88 Apple Macintosh Advertising Pinback. The pin is 2 1/8" on a side, in good condition with one small dent near the top. Price is $20 and that includes postage. There are other pins availaable, click the labels below. To inquire contact Dave via

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Friday, November 16, 2018

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"Official Swag" Power Computing Macworld Boston 1996 Poster by Frank Kozik

This is a Power Computing Macworld Boston 1996 poster with a "Sluggo" design by Frank Kozik. This poster has been kept rolled in the original PowerComputing "Official Swag" tube for the last 17 years. The poster is in great condition, no tears, no stains. The 3" diameter cardboard tube is in good condition with a just a faint bit of water staining on the tube - but none on the poster..This highly collectible 20" by 22" poster comes rolled in the original PowerComputing "Official Swag" tube with original label as shown.

The poster was designed by Frank Kozik, and features his 'Puggo' version of Sluggo from the Nancy comic that provoked threats of a lawsuit. It is the actual "Let's Kick Intel's Ass" poster that was pulled the first day of Macworld. Only a few of these posters were handed out before one of the PC "suits" decided that they would no longer distribute them. They were removed from the booth and the show-floor locations where they were being handed out. When Steve Jobs returned to Apple, the Mac clone program was ended. This super rare Macworld Power Computing Mac clone poster is priced at $275 with mailing at cost of postage. It will be shipped insured inside a second heavy cardboard tube. To inquire contact Dave via

Power Computing Corporation - Wikipedia
Power Computing Ad Campaigns
Other Power Computing items are also available; click the label below.

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Thursday, November 15, 2018

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Vintage 1997 ComputerWare Mac OS 8 promo T-shirt

ComputerWare received Apple Specialist Authorization from Apple Computer in early 1997 for its dedication to the Macintosh platform. This is a ComputerWare T-shirt promoting the launch of Mac OS 8 that was released on July 26, 1997, shortly after Steve Jobs returned to Apple.

This is a new unworn, unwashed 100% cotton size Large Hanes Beefy-T with fabric components made in the USA and assembled in Mexico.

July '97 is one of the more important periods in Apple history: Jobs becomes the de facto chief of Apple in a boardroom coup and OS 7.7 segues to OS 8 thereby killing the Macintosh Clone program as one of his first moves. This shirt is a spot-on benchmark of the most game-changing turnaround in Apple history. It even features a rare graphic of Anya Major, the original non-iPod wearing runner in the iconic "1984" SuperBowl ad. Finder also became a drill-down drag and drop wunderkind in System 8 that continues today. This shirt is priced for the discerning Mac collector at $80 with postage at cost. To inquire contact Dave via

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Computerware - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
History of Mac OS - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Wednesday, November 14, 2018

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Vintage black Euro Macintox fanged Apple T-shirt

This is an unusual Macintox T-shirt from France that is not seen on this side of the pond. Hard to find much info about it - the .com domain is registered to a German but is not on the web. Go-Daddy has a bit of info on it. Macintox is a term used by a photographer in France and is the handle for a gamer or two there as well. Neat design though! It is a black size XL shirt made of 100% ring spun cotton by Hanes Top-T. It has been washed several times but the Appleized and fanged graphic is still bright and crisp. If anyone has knowledge of this design please post it using the comment link. It is priced at $100 with mailing at cost of postage. To inquire contact Dave via

For another fanged Apple graphic click the label below.

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Tuesday, November 13, 2018

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Vintage Apple Tangerine G3 Clamshell iBook collection

This is a one owner Tangerine G3 300MHz iBook. It comes with a matching carrying case, manual and original yoyo adapter. It is running OS X 10.2.8 Jaguar, with the original but noisy hard drive and a new replacement battery. It is clean, in good condition and fully functional. It is priced at $190 with optional extras as shown. The Macworld poster, Think Different Tangerine t-shirt and genuine Apple mouse pad plus an iBook promo brochure and pen are available separately or as a set. Click the labels below. To inquire contact Dave via

read about the original clamshell iBook at

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Monday, November 12, 2018

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Quicksilver PowerMac G4 black promo banner

This is a very finely woven black Apple PowerMac G4 Quicksilver promotional banner. It measures 2 feet wide and over 5 feet tall with sewn-in rod hanging pockets on both ends. This highly collectible Apple banner has never been displayed, hung or handled except for this photo and to mail it to KootenayMac.

It is printed on one side, with the words PowerMac G4 below the Quicksilver graphic and the Apple and Think Different logo near the bottom of the banner. On the back bottom edge are the Apple copyright dated 2001 and the part number L14426A. It is reasonably priced at $85 and is available for local pick-up or mailing at cost. To inquire contact Dave via

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Saturday, November 10, 2018

Harmon Kardon SoundSticks III speakers

These SoundSticks are brand new in the original sealed retail box, complete with manufacturer's warranty. Available for local pickup in Nelson BC for $195 or with shipping at cost depending on location. To inquire contact Dave via

From the manufacturer: Few multimedia sound systems can boast that their predecessor was part of the permanent collection at New York City’s Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), but that’s exactly the claim the SoundSticks III speaker system can make. Taking its older sibling’s celebrated design even further, the SoundSticks III look is cutting-edge with a modern industrial design aesthetic, elegant black accents and a luminescent white LED glow. And though the SoundSticks III system may look like a visitor from the future with its transparent speaker covers, its exceptional performance makes it a more-than-worthy encore to its pop-culture predecessor.

Review | Cult of Mac: It’s rare that you can point to an accessory and say “Jony Ive” designed that, but with the Harman Kardon Soundsticks, that’s literally true.

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Friday, November 09, 2018

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New Intel Promotional Pens

Got an Intel Mac? This might work for you: For sale is one lot of 5 Intel Computer promotional pens. In 5 different colors - purple, red, blue, orange and black. All are brand new-old-stock, in mint condition. Priced at $10 for the set - mailing at cost of postage. Several Apple pens and other Intel collectibles are also in stock - click the labels below. To inquire contact Dave via

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