was: National Semi... is Apple ][ collectability (if any)

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Tue Jan 3 02:21:02 CST 2017

In a message dated 1/3/2017 1:09:50 A.M. US Mountain Standard Time,  
jwsmail at jwsss.com writes:

On 1/2/2017 11:26 PM, Brad H wrote:
> I brought the  RFI thing up with him.  No response.  There is a legit Rev 
1 there  too asking $3500.  I don't find Apple IIs below Rev 0 that 
interesting  anymore, personally.  I think even the legit guy would struggle to get 
 much above $1500.
The vintagecomputer museum guy on epay is selling mounted  and framed 
motherboards now for $1500 (might not work noted).

I  guess someone would care about low ref Apple 2's but I'm not sure why  
there would be any interest.  I've got one I bought with the original  
packing box, which I have picked and moved twice, which is rare for my  
collecting, but I don't know what makes any Apple 2 like that  
collectible.  As in why are they collectible with low serials / part  

is there any documentation as to when they were made with  those numbers 
that would make them significant?  The numbers made as  Raymond said 
would make most of us with Apple 2's millionaires I'd think  unless they 
have some other significance.

just  curious.
Jim  the vintagecomputer museum guy wants a crazy price for a roll of  
teletype punch tape...
I do not understand some of his prices. Ed#

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