Monday, March 19, 2018

Vintage Apple personal computers poster circa 1980

This is an early Apple dealer poster that was displayed by a re-seller in Baltimore. It has been around the block but would still be an almost acceptable addition to most Apple collections as a mint version is quite expensive and hard to find. It has lots of edge wear, scratches, a few creases top and bottom and has been applied to a foam core backing in a less than professional manner with lots of bubbles. It measures 24" x 36" and the text is "personal computers apple" with a copyright of 1980. In the lower left corner is MSR# M30-0580 50K.

Prior to the first Macintosh and the switch to the Garamond font, Apple used a typeface called Motter Tektura alongside the Apple logo, and the bite was designed to fit the curve of the letter "a". This poster shows a large bitten rainbow apple logo that was in use from 1976 to 1998. It is flawed so it is priced at only $35 with postage at cost in a large flat cardboard sleeve. Postage will add a fair bit due to size as it can not be folded, so you might want to include other posters to bring the unit price down - click the poster label below. To inquire contact Dave via

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