I start to liquidize my collection of Macworld Expo programs and vintage Apple and Macintosh t-shirts.
I’ve been saving them for years, storing them in plastic packaging to protect them from dust and dirt. Hiding them in dark closets to keep the sun off them.
What am I talking about? Only 10 years worth of Macworld Expo souvenirs.
I’ve decided to put them on eBay, to make my collection part of someone else’s.
(Don’t laugh — I was recently paid $13 for a 1997 Apple Annual Report. I’d had it filed with my investment stuff and was about to throw it out when I thought of eBay.)
First up for grabs: my Macworld Expo Program and Buyer’s Guides. My collection appears to date back to 1993. Remember Aldus? Macromedia? ACI US? The Newton? They’re all here in listings and advertisements.
I’m especially impressed by my copy of the January 1994 program (shown here): It’s in absolute mint condition. And I’m listed in back as one of the speakers. (That’s probably why I kept it in the first place.)
Interested in taking a walk down Apple memory lane? Check out my auctions to see what’s available. You can find them at http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQsassZn630mlQQfrppZ50QQfsopZ1QQfsooZ1QQrdZ0
But don’t wait. Each item will only be listed for 7 days. Who knows what you’ll find next month.