Practical question on valuation of old systems
cclist at sydex.com
Wed Nov 15 10:21:54 CST 2006
Some of the collectors might be able to answer this one--or maybe
not. I'm just curious myself.
When one is dealing with 70's-era personal computers, does rarity
play any part in the valuation?
For example, would a wood-cased People's Computer Z80 box right out
of Berkeley command significantly more than, say, an early Apple II
or a Zorba? (Not that I have any of these).
I've been browsing the ePay auctions and I can't seem to make heads
nor tails about what sets the value of early personal computers.
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