Thursday, September 20, 2018

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Basic black t-shirt with white Apple logo

Apple logo black T-shirt - washed at least once but in good condition with just a bit of scuffing on the white screened bitten Apple logo on the front. Made in Honduras of 100% preshrunk cotton by Hanes Beefy-T. Size is Large, priced at $10 with mailing at cost. To inquire contact Dave via

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Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Apple Isn't Deleting Your iTunes Movies

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Apple "Think Different" Jane Goodall poster

This is an original 11 x 17 inch Apple "Think Different" educational series poster of Jane Goodall. It has been in storage in a Missouri middle school library (PSMS) in its original poster sleeve since the early 1990s when it arrived with an order of Apple computers. It has never been displayed and is in original new condition. It is priced at $80 plus postage. To inquire contact Dave via

For other Think Different items, including another Goodall poster for $40 that has been hung with some damage, click the labels below.

note: Dr. Goodall was the Grand Marshall at the 2013 Tournament of Roses Parade. This poster is/was offered at MissingBite for $299.95!

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Tuesday, September 18, 2018

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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

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Monday, September 17, 2018

How To Find Any Password On A Mac, Plus Your WiFi Password

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Independence Day ID4 Apple T- Shirt and pins

This is a pre-owned Apple Computer movie promotion shirt in very good condition. It is a size XL made by Gildan Heavy Weight of 100% USA cotton components assembled in Mexico. There are no visible signs of wear on the shirt or graphics, no rips or snags though it has been washed several times. There is an extra 20th Century Fox tag that is starting to fray a bit on an edge. All the silk screened graphics are on the front, there is nothing on the back. The text under the Apple logo is "Power to Save the World."

This is an Apple product placement shirt promoting the 1996 movie Independence Day ID4; the Will Smith, Jeff Goldblum sci-fi alien invasion thriller. In the movie the Borg use Windows, and the Mothership runs off of a Mac. This is a rare classic Apple shirt and it is reasonably priced for the collector at $75, mailing available at cost.

The Apple Saves the World pins measure 2" by 3" - one shows a bit of wear ($20) and one has a small dent ($10). To inquire contact Dave via

Independence Day (film) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
YouTube - Macintosh ID4 Ad ("The Power to Save the World")

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Saturday, September 15, 2018

Intel Core i3 i5 i7 Promo Mouse Pad

This is a brand new Intel promotional mouse pad. It has a comfortable wrist rest made with recycled materials inside a smooth Lycra covered wrist pillow. It measures 8.5" by 9.5" and comes in a factory sealed wrapper. Chances are you are working on an Intel powered computer so get the matching Intel Core mouse pad. Price is $8 with mailing at cost. To inquire contact Dave via

there are other Intel items available, click the label below

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Friday, September 14, 2018

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Dre Beats Audio t-shirt

Join the Beats Army. This is a black size XL Dre Beats Audio t-shirt. It is not new, and has been washed several times but looks good and is a neat collector item as Apple has now purchased the company. It is made in Bangladesh of 100% cotton by Anvil. The rainbow equalizer graphics are on the front and Intel (shown right) and HP are on the sleeves. There is some cracking on the screened graphics but they remain bright and colorful. The length is 28" and the chest is 24".

Dr Dre was phoned during the 2014 WWDC keynote and was welcomed to the Apple family. This very hard to find and now even more collectible Beats shirt is priced at $18 with postage at cost. This shirt was from the 2012 CES in Las Vegas that was not open to the public. The equalizer graphics can be seen on the HP laptop at the end of this YouTube video: HP Envy 17 Beats Audio Dr. Dre Laptop. To inquire contact Dave via

Sept update: a brand new size Medium is available for $30 plus postage

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Thursday, September 13, 2018

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1995 Apple New Media World Tour long sleeve shirt

This is a hard to find New Media Forum long sleeve shirt. The forum was held in Cannes, France in 1995. This shirt is a size XL Cotton Deluxe made in the USA of 100% pre-shrunk cotton. The New Media Forum World Tour '95  logo is embroidered on the front and is in excellent condition and the shirt fabric is in good condition. It is priced at $10 with mailing at cost. To inquire contact Dave via


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Wednesday, September 12, 2018

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Apple Think Different Pro Create Quicksilver G4 MacWorld Poster

This is an Apple Think Different poster from MacWorld NYC 2001. This rare Apple promo poster has been carefully stored in an acid-free tube and features a large image of the revolutionary Power Mac G4 Quicksilver tower. The text reads "Pro create. The New Power Mac G4. Think Different." It is printed on thick advertising poster stock paper and measures 22" x 28". There are 6 pin holes from thumbtacks, 3 on top, 3 on the bottom. There are also some other small marks here and there yet the overall condition is quite presentable. It is priced at $75 with mailing at cost. To inquire contact Dave via

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Tuesday, September 11, 2018

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Mission: Impossible Apple product placement collection

Offered for sale is a collection of vintage Apple memorabilia from the original 1996 Tom Cruise Mission: Impossible movie. All 4 items feature the rainbow Apple logo. Apple Product Placement had arranged for the PowerBook to have a major role in the movie. At the top is the Apple Mission Impossible poster in mint condition. It is a gloss poster on white “cardstock” paper with no pinholes, tears or tape markings. It measures 26" by 38". It is priced at $75.

The matching companion black Apple Computer Expect The Impossible T-shirt is on the left. It has been washed but appears to be new with a bright crisp tag and no cracking on the screened graphics. It is a size XL Fruit of the Loom Heavy brand made in the USA of 100% preshrunk cotton. It is priced at $50.

To the right in the photo is the official Apple promo movie poster - it measures 13 x 19 inches. It is in very good condition and is printed on regular weight poster paper. This seldom seen Apple product placement poster is priced at $35.

At the bottom of the picture is a very rare Mission: Impossible hat with a plastic adjustable strap and an embroidered bitten Apple rainbow logo. It was made in the USA, is in good condition but is not new and is priced at $70.

The 4 piece collection is available for $250. If you choose not to include the hat, then the price is $180 and both posters and the shirt will fit in a single cardboard tube for mailing at cost of postage. Adding the hat will require a larger box. To inquire contact Dave via

note the posters at this artist conception of the Apple Cafe

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Monday, September 10, 2018

How to download photos from iCloud to Mac

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Apple II Mouse Software Ad with Steve Wozniak circa 1986

This is an original 1986 International Solutions Apple Mouse Series computer ad with Steve Wozniak. It is an 8"X11" InCider magazine promo ad for MouseCalc and Mouse Word.

It is in very good condition suitable for framing and is priced at $22 which includes postage in North America in a plastic sleeve in a flat envelope - rolled in a cardboard tube is an option at cost. To inquire contact Dave via

there are more Woz items available, click the labels below
read about Mouse Calc.

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Saturday, September 08, 2018

Apple Computer Vintage Logo Wall Clock

"A is for Apple" was an '80's Apple ad campaign. This analog Apple clock measures approximately 10 inches in diameter, has a white frame with clear plastic lens over the face, and the quartz movement runs on one AA battery. Clock was purchased from GoldenOldieClocks of Post Falls Idaho and is not a genuine Apple product but would go well in any Apple collection. It is not silent, the ticking is audible, but it keeps accurate time and is large enough to tell the time across the room. This clock is priced at $35 plus shipping at cost or local pick up. There was one recently on eBay for $90. To inquire contact Dave via

the original "A is for Apple" ad

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Friday, September 07, 2018

Google wants to get rid of URLs but doesn’t know what to use instead

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Rare BEATLES Firehouse Poster - the other Apple

Original, authorized, authentic limited edition promotional Beatles screened print - only 2000 produced. Made by Firehouse, the famed San Francisco custom underground poster shop, in 2000 and commissioned by Virgin Megastores to commemorate the release day of the Beatles Anthology Book that was released on Oct 5th, 2000. This was a special event as this book was authorized and contributed to by the 3 surviving members of the band and was also declared "Beatles Day" by the City of San Francisco!

Awesome metallic silkscreen of the band on one side, and a bright green apple on the back - on thick, deluxe heavy duty cardstock. Super scarce, high quality die-cut, limited edition promo item! Measures approx 17 3/4 inches in diameter. Hard to find and in new excellent condition, no holes, tears, fading or creases! priced at $45. A double sided companion print is also available for $10 more. Mailing at cost. To inquire contact Dave via

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Thursday, September 06, 2018

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Apple iPod Classic 3rd gen launch t-shirt

Five of these shirts are on hand, 2 Medium, a Large, an XL and a 2XL. They are Hanes Beefy-Ts made of 100% preshrunk cotton. These shirts were made to announce the LIVE On Stage promo for the 3rd generation iPod Classic on 5.2.03. The LIVE event took place at the Fashion Island Apple Store in Newport Beach, CA with DJ Hawkeye "spinning" 2 iPods.

They are both worn and washed shirts with some cracking on the screened graphic as shown on the front picture (left), but are still fine collectible mementos of Apple's meteoric music evolution. The price is $25 each plus postage. But wait -- there's more! There is a companion LIVE On Stage poster available also and shipping can be combined as the shirt fits inside the poster tube. Click the LIVE label below. To inquire contact Dave via

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Wednesday, September 05, 2018

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Apple Store Gold iPhone 5S Performance Art Display Poster

This is a Gold Apple iPhone 5S poster titled Performance Art. It measures 3' by 5' and is an official Apple Store poster printed on good quality display plastic. It has damage near the edge on the left side; additional close up photos are available. It should still frame up very nicely as there is sufficient white space all around to accommodate a wide frame. It is priced at $90 and ships in a heavy cardboard tube at cost of postage. Very few of these light box posters were made. To inquire contact Dave via

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Tuesday, September 04, 2018

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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 (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 $85 delivered. To inquire contact Dave via

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Monday, September 03, 2018

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10 Pack of Rare Official Apple Folders

• Brand NEW! - Factory-sealed
• 10 folders/bundle -2001 vintage
• 2 pockets/folder - one with business card slot
• 12" W x 9" H x .25" thick - matte finish cardstock

These folders were only available to Apple resellers or employees. The new old stock factory sealed bundle contains 10 double-pocket presentation folders with the aqua blue Apple logo on the front and "" in black Apple Garamond lettering on the back. Priced at $10 for a pack of 10 - several packs available - with mailing at cost (Missingbite had them for $9.95 per folder). To inquire contact Dave via

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Saturday, September 01, 2018

The Elementary Apple 1983 Apple II manual

Here is an instruction manual for early models of the Apple II family. Spiral bound in very good condition except the plastic spiral part has a cracked piece held by tape. This book is about 5/8" thick and measures approx. 6" x 8" closed. It is about 100 pages and is filled with tips and advice for using your Apple II. Published in 1983 by Reston, a Prentice-Hall company. It is priced at $35 with mailing at cost. To inquire contact Dave via

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Friday, August 31, 2018

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1996 PowerComputing "We're Fighting Back For Mac" CD-ROM

"Marketing Weasels at work." This is your chance to own a factory sealed 1996 Power Computing Mac OS "WE'RE FIGHTING BACK FOR MAC" CD-Rom. Power Computing Corporation was the first company selected by Apple Inc to create Macintosh-compatible computers ("Mac clones"). Steve Kahng, a computer engineer best known for his design of the Leading Edge Model D, founded the company in November 1993. Power Computing started out with financial backing from Olivetti ($5 million) and $4 million of Mr. Kahng’s money.

The first Mac-compatible (clone) PC shipped in May 1995. Like Dell Computer, Power Computing followed a direct, build-to-order sales model. In one year, Power Computing shipped 100,000 units with revenues of $250 million in the first year. The Mac clone business was killed after Steve Jobs returned as interim CEO of Apple in July 1997. In September, Apple bought Power Computing for $100 million in Apple stock and terminated the Mac cloning business. This brand new old stock CD-Rom is priced for the Apple clone collector at $30. To view several other PowerComputing shirts, posters and hardware, click the label below. To inquire contact Dave via

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Thursday, August 30, 2018

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Macintosh "The Power To Crush The Other Kids" sleeveless shirt

This is a rare 2nd generation version of the NBC Saturday Night Live commercial skit that parodies the Macintosh ad. It is a gray sleeveless size Large Fruit of the Loom HEAVY brand made in the USA of 100% preshrunk cotton.

 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.

This shirt is in very good condition with some signs of washing on the screened Apple logo which remains quite colorful. The two small ® marks are still visible and the text is crisp. If sleeveless is not your cup of T, it could be cropped and framed as a classic SNL memento. It is priced at $55 with mailing available at cost of postage. There is also a 1st gen short sleeved version and a very rare long sleeve black version available - click the labels below. To inquire contact Dave via

Nov '14 update: there is a brand new old stock 2nd gen short sleeve and long sleeve (with ® on both the Macintosh and the rainbow Apple) they are priced at $85 and $95 respectively

MacIntosh Jr, The power to CRUSH the other kids - SNL skit

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Wednesday, August 29, 2018

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Apple iPhone T-Shirt

This is a size Large (42-46) black Apple Computer iPhone T-shirt. It is made in Honduras by Hames Beefy-T of 100% preshrunk cotton. 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 with mailing at cost. To inquire contact Dave via

there are several other iPhone, iPod and iPad shirts available, click the iPhone label below

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Tuesday, August 28, 2018

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a collection of 10 Apple operating system T-shirts

This is an impossible to buy anywhere else collection of Apple promo and launch T-shirts for 10 different Macintosh operating systems. The collection goes from OS 8 to OS X 10.8 missing only 9 and 10.1 Puma. Included are System 8 and 8.5, 10.0 Cheetah, 10.2 Jaguar, 10.3 Panther, 10.4 Tiger, 10.5 Leopard, 10.6 Snow Leopard, 10.7 Lion and 10.8 Mountain Lion.

They are all size XL except the 10.3 Panther which is a Large. The Mountain Lion is available in S/M/L or XL (all brand new). The Lion, Mt. Lion, 8 and 8.5 are new, some are still sealed in a factory bag. The rest have been washed once or twice and are excellent condition; the Cheetah is in very good condition. This genuine Apple promo collection of 10 Macintosh OS shirts is priced at $590 plus insured postage. The eight OS X shirts, minus the System 8 and 8.5 shirts, are priced at $490 plus postage at cost.

The Jaguar poster is available separately in a heavy cardboard tube for $50 plus postage. Additional Mt. Lion shirts are $75 each. A new sealed 10.5 Leopard XL shirt can be substituted for $25 more. A new Medium button front khaki Team Jaguar short sleeve shirt is available, click the Jaguar label below. To inquire contact Dave via

read about the launch dates for OS X versions at OS X - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Monday, August 27, 2018

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Original 1983 Apple Lisa Computer Pin

For sale is an increasingly rare Apple dealers pin that was used to promote the sale of the Lisa computers in 1983. It is a metal cloisonne lapel pin with black enamel background and the bitten Apple rainbow logo. It measures 1" wide by 3/8" high and has a metal butterfly back clasp. There are 3 available, all unused brand new old stock, priced for the collector at $30 each postage included. To inquire contact Dave via

The Apple Lisa name is the stuff of lore and you can read more at Apple Lisa - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Friday, August 24, 2018

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LinuxFest Northwest 2008 XL Polo Shirt

This is a top quality LinuxFest Northwest 2008 conference short sleeve polo shirt. It features a way cool embroidered graphic of Tux, the Linux Penguin, atop a west coast totem pole. If you were there then this is a classy memento of the event.

It is a brand new without tags stain-resistant 50% polyester - 50% cotton sports shirt made in Haiti by Jerzees. The size is XL and the color is Royal blue. It is reasonably priced at $25 and is available for mailing at cost of postage. To inquire contact Dave via

Read more about LinuxFest Northwest 2009

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Thursday, August 23, 2018

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Apple Store opening T-shirt Chinook Centre Calgary

This is a black size XL promo T-shirt from the Apple Store opening at Chinook Centre, Calgary, Alberta, Canada on Sept. 27, 2010. It is made by American Apparel of 100% cotton. This shirt is in mint condition in the presentation box shown above the shirt in the photo. It is one of only 1000 made and it has not been opened and is still sealed in the original factory box. It is priced at $60 and will be packed in a larger box with mailing at cost.

There is an identical brand new out-of-box XL Chinook Centre shirt available as well. The box is included but it is flattened which reduces mailing costs. It is priced at $45. Other Apple Store shirts are for sale, click the label below. To inquire contact Dave via

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Wednesday, August 22, 2018

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iWoz - first edition hardcover signed by Woz

iWoz, by Steve Wozniak and Gina Smith, published 2006, 313 pages, hardcover with dust jacket, First Edition, signed with a Sharpie on title page by Woz, in excellent condition.

Once upon a time, computers looked like big, alien vending machines. They had large screens, cryptic switches, huge boxes, and odd lights. But in 1975, a young engineering wizard named Steve Wozniak had an idea: What if you combined computer circuitry with a regular typewriter keyboard and a video screen? The result was the first true personal computer, the Apple I. Widely affordable and easily understood, Wozniak's invention has been rapidly transforming our world ever since. His life--before and after Apple--is a "home-brew" mix of brilliant discovery and adventure, as an engineer, a concert promoter, a fifth-grade teacher, a philanthropist, and an irrepressible prankster. From the invention of the first personal computer to the rise of Apple as an industry giant, iWoz presents a no-holds-barred, rollicking, firsthand account of the humanist inventor who ignited the computer revolution.

This book is priced at $85 and is available for local pickup in Nelson or mailing at cost. To inquire contact Dave via

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Tuesday, August 21, 2018

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Apple Hong Kong IFC Mall Store Launch T-Shirts

This is the rare T-shirt given out to the first customers through the door of the first Hong Kong Apple store. The Hong Kong store launch was Saturday, September 24th, 2011 at IFC Mall. This is a genuine launch day new unworn red T-shirt and it comes in an opened presentation box identical to the one shown except the seal was neatly sliced open and the shirt is labeled a Youth Large. The box was mailed to Canada inside another box with HK postage and can be re-mailed as such or the opened box can be flattened for a less expensive postage rate. This shirt with box is priced at $88 with postage at cost. To inquire contact Dave via

update: a size Large, as new, no box, also available - price is $88.

First Hong Kong Apple Store draws massive crowd on opening day

click to view this logo on the IFC Apple Store in Hong Kong

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Monday, August 20, 2018

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Apple iPod Shuffle 1st Gen brand new factory sealed

This is a 1st. generation Apple iPod Shuffle for the collector. The factory seal is intact and it has not been opened or used. It is the original 512 iPod shuffle that came with a neck lanyard and a battery charge that could go for 12 hours. Beyond that you know the details, as you may have had one when they came out and now you can add a factory sealed iDevice to your collection. This game changer mp3 player is priced at $75 plus postage at cost. There is another brand new and unused shuffle identical to this one with the only difference being the seal has been cut and an end flap opened once to verify contents. My faux pas is your gain; it is priced at $50 plus actual postage. To inquire contact Dave via

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Saturday, August 18, 2018

Vintage Apple Garamond Font Mousepad

2 Apple Vintage Beige Mouse pads for sale. They were circulated throughout the mid-1990s to promote the Mac Performa and Power Macintosh desktop computer systems at domestic retailers, and were also sold at the Apple Company Store in Cupertino. These mousepads feature a smooth surface, imprinted with Apple's signature Garamond font typeface, on a beige background, designed to match the beige computer casing of the time. They measure 8 3/4" x 7" (213x178mm). These mouse pads are in very good condition, and today are considered to be rare and retro as a popular addition to any Mac collection. They are priced at $20 each, with mailing at cost. To inquire contact Dave via

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Friday, August 17, 2018

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Rare Power Computing Kozik Macworld "The Counter Assault Begins" poster

This is a rare and hard to find Frank Kozik "The Counter Assault Begins" poster. It measures approximately 21" x 34". The main text is: Power Computing - The Counter-Assault Begins. Macworld San Francisco 1997. Join Power Computing in Fighting Back for the Mac!

The original owner had this to say about it: "This poster is in great condition and has been in a protective storage since I acquired it during the 1997 Macworld Expo in San Francisco and was unrolled only to take this picture." This Apple clone poster was designed by punk rock poster artist Frank Kozik and was distributed at Macworld. "Kozik is best known to Macintosh users for these in-your-face illustrations for now-defunct Mac-clone maker Power Computing."

"Power Computing was the most successful of the Mac clone manufacturers in the mid to late 90's prior to Steve Job's return to Apple and putting an end to all the clone makers. Power Computing's booth at Macworld '97 in San Francisco was a big party. They rented Hummers, had mini flags with the company logo hanging from the front of the hood field marshal-style, and wore urban camouflage fatigues and berets."

"Their slogan was 'We're fighting back for the Mac!'  Their stated enemy was Microsoft, which pissed off the Microsoft people, as they would stand with a microphone on their stage and hurl barbs and insults in the direction of the Microsoft pavilion."
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Thursday, August 16, 2018

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Apple iPod Genius store employee shirt

This is an official Apple iPod Genius T-shirt in a size Large. It is a Hanes Beefy-T made in Honduras of 100% preshrunk cotton.This t-shirt was distributed circa 2004 by Apple for employee staff as an iPod Classic and Genius introduction promo.

There are two identical available; one new in a sealed factory bag and one new in an opened bag and only handled for these photos.  Sealed is priced at $65 and opened is $55 - postage is at cost. To inquire contact Dave via

there is a matching iTunes shirt available also, click the iTunes label below

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