It doesn't get any more ephemeral than this crumpled piece of paper up for bid on eBay.
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Up for bid on eBay is this scarce Think Differently Amelia Earhart poster that Apple released in 1997.
The seller says, "I picked them up at MacWorld (Boston) in 1997. Two of them, Earhart and Ghandi, have noticeable wrinkles to the right edge, the others much less so. What look like wrinkles on the left side of the Hitchcock poster is actually the mortar between bricks."
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Up for bid on eBay is this 1931 Apple Blossom Festival promotional folder. Click the link and bid, if you want to win it.
The seller says, "...84 pages of detailed drawings and descriptions on maintenance and repair of Vespa Scooters. Published by Floyd Cramer of Los Angeles."
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Up for bid is this very cool real photo postcard featuring the Civil War veterans of the Kreidler Post Drum Corps of Milledgeville, IL.
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Happy Memorial Day Weekend.
The seller says, "This Early American document is dated 'this 15th day of January 1767'. It is a completed Application for 150 acres of land for SAMUEL LINDSEY issued by the Surveyor-General's Office in Philadelphia. Signature at bottom of page. (Please Note: This document is pre-American Revolution, from before Pennsylvania was a state, during the reign of King George III). A Really great Early American document, today 245 years old!"
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An enterprising eBay seller is offering a 1974 Intel IC chip (C3002 3002) for sale on eBay for more than $4,000.
While I know certain vintage IC chips are collectible and sell for significant dollars, I sense this chip price might be a tad aggressive. According to the seller, it is priced as it is, "due to the age of this item" and because it is "...rarely found because of the complexity and cost of building bitslice circuits."
You can judge for yourself.
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Up for bid on eBay is an original HP-70 calculator owner's manual (printed in July 1974).
According to VintageChip.com, the HP-70 calculator was introduced on August 1, 1974 as part of the Classic Series. It was the 2nd business calculator and 5th handheld electronic calculator. It was code named "Scrooge". The HP-70 was a very unpopular product and was discontinued after just one year, which is why it is one of the rarest calculators and hard to find in any condition.
The seller says, "I do not remember where I got this from. I have been a hp collector for over 20 years and the HP70 was the one calc that eluded me all those years. I think I got this in a box of manuals that I bought and I kep it hoping that I would one day match it up with the calc. I am in the process of liquidating my collection so there is no need to hold onto it now. If you are one of the lucky collectors who managed to collect the HP70. This would be a great addition to your collection. Even if you already have a manual...you may want to upgrade the manual to one that is almost pristine. If you own a 70 without the manual..this will complete the set."
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Up for bid on eBay is a complete four-poster set of rare, limited edition prints autographed by Bon Jovi.
The seller says that these posters were "given exclusively to VIP Ticket Holders during Bon Jovi's 2011 Tour. This special set includes the complete series of (4) lithographs – one uniquely created for each band member. Each corresponding lithograph is individually hand-autographed by Jon, Richie, David & Tico."
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