Monday, May 01, 2017

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 $85 delivered. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel


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