The far left 'It's Springtime' card shows a G4 iMac from Mac House in Berlin. At the bottom far left is a new unused bitten rainbow Apple card from the Think Different era. It has a 1-800 number for an Apple authorized reseller and shows the url www.apple.co.za.
In the center left row is a Come See the Apple Computer postcard from California that was sent in the 80's to a client from the Santa Rosa California Computer Center. It features the IIc, IIe, IIGS, the Mac Plus and the Mac SE and offers a rebate on selected add-ons. It is the only one that has been mailed.
The orange Whoa! card is an unused student promo from Australia. The Bondi iMac is from the Design Museum and credits Jonathan Ive - 1998.
The bottom of that column is a 1992 promo for Authorized Apple resellers.
Next column are 3 Think Different cards and at the bottom is a Steve Jobs stamp from the Republic of Guine-Bissau in Africa in MNH condition.
Right column is an Indigo iMac enclosing a racing engine with a blower from drive.com.au - not Apple but tossing it into the collection. Middle right is from National Postcard Week May 5-11, 1985 promoting an Apple clone dealer in Decatur GA. It was designed and printed with a Franklin Ace. There is no handwriting on it and no stamp or postmark and the condition is VG. Bottom right is just a bonus card that looks like the image Apple used on the Yosemite OS.
update May 2022 - now included are the yellow and purple 2003 original silhouette Apple Macintosh iPod advertising postcards plus a 1998 Apple Expo Think Different card in French. Bottom right is a fairly rare 2005 French silhouette card “Offrez de la musique sur apple.com/fr/itunes”
The 16 card (plus one stamp) collection is priced at $325 and that includes insured postage in a cardboard box. Click photos for larger images. To inquire contact Dave via kootenaymac.tel