What's the rarest or most unusual computer-related item do you own?

Cory Heisterkamp coryheisterkamp at gmail.com
Thu Jan 12 17:52:49 CST 2017

On Jan 12, 2017, at 4:19 PM, William Maddox wrote:

> Rarest:
> Computer Control Company (3C, later Honeywell) DDP-116 minicomputer (2 complete, 1 missing front panel)
>     Discrete germanium transistors, first 16-bit minicomputer, first of the Honeywell "Series 16" line.    Provenance of machines is NRAO Green Bank, controlling the Green Bank Interferometer until 1999 or so.
> Original glossy marketing brochure for Univac I.
> Univac I pluggable module
> Most expensive:
>     $15k for "low mileage" Straight-8 (Typeset-8) with dual TU55s, TC01, DM08, DF32, and high-speed reader/punch control
> --Bill
Wow, any pics of that Univac module? I recall one selling on ebay a few years ago for a good sum. I was interested until the bidding got too hot. In retrospect, it was probably a comparative bargain. -C

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