Apple II Stuff I have for Sale

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James Davis

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May 27, 2017, 4:07:01 PM5/27/17
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Hi all,

I have the following Apple II/II+/IIe peripherals/cards/chips, Enhanced Apple IIe computer, and Enhanced Apple IIe case, that I am not using, and will never need again:

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I will have to do some research on most of these things before I can put prices on them. Anyone interested in purchasing any of these things, respond privately to this post with a BID (in U.S.A. Dollars). All bids will be considered, but only accepted bids will get a response. Shipping and Handling will be an extra charge. [I will only ship things to purchasers in the lower 48 continental United States of America via the U.S. Postal Service ("Snail Mail").]
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SUP 'R' MOD. II Ch.33 TV Interface Unit (Black & White or Color) from M & R Enterprises, Sunnyvale, CA 94088

$F800-$FFFF Memory Select Switch Box (that I made for my Apple II+). Selects between (rotary switch positions) 1 and 5 Normal; or 2, 3, or 4 Forced (LanguageCard or MotherBoard, ROM or RAM) 2 LC-ROM, 3 MB-ROM, 4 LC-RAM.

EPROM WRITER CARD AP64E and a UV ERASER LIGHT BOX (Programs/Erases: 2716/2732/2764 chips). [You need these to program chips for the John Macdougall LCAs and/or the S.C.R.G. Quikloader.]

Expansion Slot Riser Card [Hewlett-Packard (HP) 5C60-8330/B-1333-22]

APPLE II PLUS ROM CARD with Integer BASIC, Old Monitor ROM and a Back Panel Switch (with a 2716 adapter plugged into an empty 2513 slot on the card).

Southern California Research Group (S.C.R.G.) Quikloader ROM card.

Apple AIIE 80COL Card

Apple AIIE 80COL/64K MEMORY EXPANSION Card

Call-A.P.P.L.E. BIG-BOARD (1 MB) RAM Card (ADON CORP. SSD DM-1000)

LIS'NER 1000 Rev. 2.0 Speech Recognition for A2, ©1984 Circuit Cellar, Inc.

Advanced Logic Systems (ALS) Advanced Serial Interface [ALS Rev.1, Serial?/Model? Number D2-896 (# hand written on card)]

Videx-UltraTerm REV.C CARD (NOT tested, so will be Sold as is.)

Magnavox (9" Green Screen) Computer Monitor 80.

Enhanced Apple IIe plastic case and metal base (NO electronics).

Enhanced Apple IIe with an Apple Disk Controller Card and two Apple Disk II drives, an Apple Monitor II, and a Kensington System Saver Fan.

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2 Apple IIe Enhancement Kits (4 chips in each):
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1st: Apple IIe Enhancement Kit
Chip 1: 6502 (GTEµ G65SC02P-2 8504 0300-008-01)
Chip 2: 2764 (341-0303-A © Apple 1984, NEC D2764D JAPAN)
Chip 3: 2764 (341-0304-A © Apple 1984, AM2764DC © 1982 AMD)
Chip 4: 8502 (342-0265-A © Apple 1983, AMI 8502MBZ PHILIPPINES)
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2nd: This may be an Apple IIe Anti-Enhancement Kit!
Chip 1: 6502 (Synertek SYU6502A 8438)
Chip 2: ? (342-0134-B © Apple 1982, Synertek 8440 G C19659)
Chip 3: ? (342-0135-B © Apple 1982, AMI8419MAK PHILIPPINES)
Chip 4: ? (342-0133-A © Apple 1982 MEXICO-R, 440 VG 4518 2333-2501)
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MISCELLANEOUS ITEGRATED CIRCUIT CHIPS:
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1 GTE 6502 Chip [40 DIP] (GTEµ G65SC02P-2 8536 CP300008P).

1 APPLE II OLD-MONITOR-ROM F8 Chip [24 DIP]
(34100004-00 © Apple78 F8, Synertek 7916E C4803-7).

1 APPLE II CHARACTER-GERERATOR Chip [24 DIP]
(RO-3-2513 CGR-001 7851U TAIWAN).

1 APPLE II P5 Chip [20 DIP] {Texas Instruments}
(341-0009-01 © Apple78-P5, 7942 TI SN7454711 SINGAPORE)

1 APPLE II ? Chip [20 DIP] {Texas Instruments}
(APPLE © 1978, <-covers-> ?02, 7945X TI TBP18S22N, SINGAPORE 471)

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3 2716 EPROM (Gray Ceramic) Chips [24 DIP] [U.V. LIGHT ERASABLE]
(May be John Macdougal LCA character chips).

9 MOSTEK 16K Dynamic Memory Chips [16 DIP]
(MOSTEK 8131© MK4116J-2 MALASIA 215198-000 GP).

2 Motorola Mystery/Memory Chips (Gray Ceramic, 8110, SCM25589L).

1 Mystery/Memory Chip [16 DIP] (Gray Ceramic, No Markings).

1 National Semiconductor Chip [8 DIP] (NS 416 LM/307N).

1 Texas Instruments Chip [16 DIP] (7840X TI SN74LS136N EL SALVADOR).

2 National Semiconductor Chips [16 DIP] (NS033 DM7405N).

1 National Semiconductor Chip [16 DIP] (NS029P DM7407N).

1 National Semiconductor Chip [16 DIP] (NS-731 DM7402N).

1 Synertek Chip [16 DIP] (S 7344 N74H20).

1 Texas Instruments Chip [16 DIP] (7226 TI SN74H20N).

1 National Semiconductor Chip [16 DIP] (NS 542 RS7420N).

1 National Semiconductor Chip [16 DIP] (DM7420N, NS/715).

1 Motorola Chip [16 DIP] (MCI4050B).

1 RCA Chip [16 DIP] (RCA 914 CD4024BE).

1 9400 Chip [14 DIP] (* 7714 9400CN).

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1 SUPER-CHARGED Chip (Educational, Museum Quality!)
(14-Pin DIP with Crater: 120 VAC was once applied to this chip).

1 BAD BROKEN-PIN Chip (Educational, Museum Quality!)
(16-Pin DIP with top-half only of pin-16 on corner of this chip).

3 BAD 2716 EPROM (Gray Ceramic) Chips (Educational, Museum Quality!)
[24 DIP] (One chip won't ERASE, and two chips won't PROGRAM).

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2 IBM Aptiva (60 nanosecond) memory sticks [EDO DRAM]
(8x32-60 * REPTRON * WARRANTY VOID IF REMOVED {sticker}).

2 IBM Aptiva (45 nanosecond) memory sticks [EDO DRAM]
(PLU# 1335056 8x32-06 EDO OEM 4 chip).

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Yours truly,

James Davis

James Davis

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Oct 9, 2017, 12:55:53 PM10/9/17
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On Saturday, May 27, 2017 at 1:07:01 PM UTC-7, James Davis wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> I will only ship things to purchasers in the lower 48 continental United States of America via the U.S. Postal Service ("Snail Mail").

I have changed my mind on this! I will not limit where I will ship things to purchasers. I will ship world wide, but I cannot guarantee the delivery services of other countries postal service companies.

Shipping and Handling will still be an extra charge.

Yours truly,

James Davis

giorgio....@alice.it

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Oct 10, 2017, 1:24:18 AM10/10/17
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Il Sat, 27 May 2017 13:07:00 -0700 (PDT), James Davis
<JPD.Ent...@live.com> ha scritto:


>

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>2 Apple IIe Enhancement Kits (4 chips in each):
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> 1st: Apple IIe Enhancement Kit
> Chip 1: 6502 (GTEµ G65SC02P-2 8504 0300-008-01)
> Chip 2: 2764 (341-0303-A © Apple 1984, NEC D2764D JAPAN)
> Chip 3: 2764 (341-0304-A © Apple 1984, AM2764DC © 1982 AMD)
> Chip 4: 8502 (342-0265-A © Apple 1983, AMI 8502MBZ PHILIPPINES)

>
>1 APPLE II P5 Chip [20 DIP] {Texas Instruments}
> (341-0009-01 © Apple78-P5, 7942 TI SN7454711 SINGAPORE)
>
>1 APPLE II ? Chip [20 DIP] {Texas Instruments}
> (APPLE © 1978, <-covers-> ?02, 7945X TI TBP18S22N, SINGAPORE 471)

Hallo James
I am looking for these chip and I am living in Italy.
Can you help me?
Thanks
Giorgio


Apple II and Apple III forever !!!

James Davis

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Oct 10, 2017, 1:43:34 AM10/10/17
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On Monday, October 9, 2017 at 10:24:18 PM UTC-7, giorgio....@alice.it wrote:
> Il Sat, 27 May 2017 13:07:00 -0700 (PDT), James Davis
Yes, Giorgio. I still have them. Make me an offer by replying to this post privately.

James Davis

giorgio....@alice.it

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Oct 14, 2017, 8:25:08 AM10/14/17
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Il Sat, 27 May 2017 13:07:00 -0700 (PDT), James Davis
<JPD.Ent...@live.com> ha scritto:

>Hi all,
>
>I have the following Apple II/II+/IIe peripherals/cards/chips, Enhanced Apple IIe computer, and Enhanced Apple IIe case, that I am not using, and will never need again:
>
Sorry, your mail is valid?

James Davis

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Oct 22, 2017, 3:34:49 PM10/22/17
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I am sorry, but shipping and handling charges and restrictions make shipping of anything to Europe practically impossible! My minimum S/H charge would be $100.00.

Antoine Vignau

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Oct 22, 2017, 4:49:38 PM10/22/17
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On Sunday, October 22, 2017 at 9:34:49 PM UTC+2, James Davis wrote:
> I am sorry, but shipping and handling charges and restrictions make shipping of anything to Europe practically impossible! My minimum S/H charge would be $100.00.

How do you explain that? What has changed?
I have received hundreds of items for years from the USA to France with no troubles.

Antoine

James Davis

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Oct 22, 2017, 5:09:41 PM10/22/17
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My Time is worth money. Plus cost to post is about $35~$65.

James Davis

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Nov 26, 2017, 8:40:41 PM11/26/17
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I have two hardware items to add to my for sale list, but I will only sell them together (as is) as one sale item:

Mountain Computer, Inc., Expansion Chasssis.

These are for use with the Apple II computer.--[And, maybe the Apple II Plus computer; but not for the Apple IIc/IIe/eIIe/IIgs computers.]

Here are a couple of links to two different 'Operating Manual's:

http://www.applefritter.com/files/Mountain%20Expansion%20Chassis.pdf

ftp://ftp.apple.asimov.net/pub/apple_II/documentation/hardware/misc/Mountain%20Hardware%20Expansion%20Chassis.pdf

The manuals can tell you more about how to use these Expansion Chasssis.

The two I have are more like one and a half. One is complete with Power Supply (120vac transformer block that plugs into a wall outlet and into the MH-EC) and Apple II Peripheral Interface card. The other one is incomplete; it is missing the power supply and interface card and the top cover plate; and the back is rusty. Also, the two MH-EC motherboards are different (versions/models). I do not know if they work. I never used them. [They were hocked to me for a loan that was never paid off. So, essentially, I bought them!] They have been out in my garage for about 25 years. These would be suitable for an Apple II/II+ owner who likes to fix and experiment with old electronics.--[like JORGE! ;-)]

I would trade them both for an Apple II Super Serial Card (with connector cable).

James Davis

James Davis

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Nov 27, 2017, 1:20:20 PM11/27/17
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Looking at the two different MH-EC motherboards and comparing them to the pictures in the two different operating manuals, it appears that I have one of each. The one with the rectangular grid of holes is the complete one [from red manual]. [I wonder if those holes are for experimental/bread-boarding purposes.] The one without the holes is the incomplete one [from blue manual].

geoff body

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Nov 29, 2017, 6:42:24 AM11/29/17
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James,
are you serious about the trade for Apple super serial card and connector. If so I would like to trade.

Regards
Geoff B

James Davis

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Nov 29, 2017, 2:11:50 PM11/29/17
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Do you, or does anybody, think that this is not a fair trade?

geoff body

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Nov 29, 2017, 5:56:26 PM11/29/17
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James based on your description and even sight unseen, your probably have under valued them.

Regards
Geoff Body

James Davis

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Nov 29, 2017, 8:54:21 PM11/29/17
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Geoff,

That is not important to me. I cannot use them. They have been packed away, unused, in my garage for approximately 25 years, which is way too long. I need/want an Apple II Super Serial Card. I am willing to trade them for a good one. Somebody else can use them if they are salvageable.

[One man's trash is another man's treasure. I have given away fortunes before and I probably will again. Generosity comes back ten-fold! Shall I go on?]

James Davis

Polymorph

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Nov 30, 2017, 5:14:10 PM11/30/17
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Just so that you are fully aware (if you are not already), if you listed the expansion chassis on eBay you'd probably be looking at $300-$500 each (maybe more??) depending on their condition (I have not looked at your images). For some people, these are *very* desirable (almost holy grail items). From what I can tell, they are very rare.

To put it in perspective, an Apple II Super Serial Card can be had for approx $20-$30 and they are as common as muck.

Are you sure you want to be *that* generous? :-)

Cheers,
Mike

James Davis

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Nov 30, 2017, 9:07:44 PM11/30/17
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On Thursday, November 30, 2017 at 2:14:10 PM UTC-8, Polymorph wrote:
> Just so that you are fully aware (if you are not already), if you listed the expansion chassis on eBay you'd probably be looking at $300-$500 each (maybe more??) depending on their condition (I have not looked at your images). For some people, these are *very* desirable (almost holy grail items). From what I can tell, they are very rare.
>
> To put it in perspective, an Apple II Super Serial Card can be had for approx $20-$30 and they are as common as muck.
>
> Are you sure you want to be *that* generous? :-)
>
> Cheers,
> Mike

Hi Poly Morph,

I really did not know how valuable they were, but I have already negotiated a deal, and I will not rescind it. The SSC is already in transit and once received will not be refused. The situation is as I stated above; and, an implicit promise was made that I would trade them for an SSC as soon as I posted it above, so I will stick by it.

Also, there are no images to see; I do not do digital photography; and, I do not buy and sell things on the public internet (e.g., eBay).

Yours truly,

James Davis

James Davis

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Dec 4, 2017, 3:55:21 AM12/4/17
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I found some old schematic diagrams of the "Mountain Computer Expansion Chassis (MC-EC)," so I just uploaded them to Asimov/incoming.

James Davis

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Dec 26, 2017, 10:17:59 PM12/26/17
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The two Mountain Computer, Inc., Expansion Chassis I had have been traded. Any inquiries about them should be addresses to their new owner. I will not forward them. If the new owner wants to tell the world who s/he is, s/he can do so here, in reply to this post.

James Davis

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Oct 6, 2018, 9:40:07 PM10/6/18
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2018/10/06 - Most of these things are still available:

On Saturday, May 27, 2017 at 1:07:01 PM UTC-7, James Davis wrote:

savimak...@gmail.com

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Mar 4, 2020, 11:10:15 AM3/4/20
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Hi
I am interested in LIS'NER 1000 Rev. 2.0 Speech Recognition for A2, ©1984 Circuit Cellar, Inc. Is that still available?

Michael J. Mahon

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Mar 4, 2020, 2:58:12 PM3/4/20
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Not from Steve Ciarcia. About 15 years ago, I wrote to him about it. He
sent me several cards and documents he had left at the time. I donated it
all to KansasFest several years ago for the Garage Giveaway.

Maybe you’ll hear from one of the recipients. ;-)

--
-michael - NadaNet 3.1 and AppleCrate II: http://michaeljmahon.com

savimak...@gmail.com

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Mar 5, 2020, 2:05:50 AM3/5/20
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I hope hearing from somebody, who still might have interest to sell one of the whole packet. Let's see but thank you informing me.

James Davis

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Mar 7, 2020, 4:02:40 AM3/7/20
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On Wednesday, March 4, 2020 at 8:10:15 AM UTC-8, savima...@gmail.com wrote:
> Hi
> I am interested in LIS'NER 1000 Rev. 2.0 Speech Recognition for A2, ©1984 Circuit Cellar, Inc. Is that still available?

I still have it.
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savimak...@gmail.com

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Mar 13, 2020, 4:54:12 AM3/13/20
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Looking for LIS'NER 1000 Rev. 2.0 Speech Recognition for Apple II, originally ©1984 Circuit Cellar, Inc. but was also in The Micromint collection.

And person who can do normal international trade with common modern methods.
I know that ship overseas via USPS Priority Mail Express International, and a one-pound box would be $69 for the postage alone.

Advertisement text from Byte, May 1985 (Note: original prices from 1985 are for new, unused items. Current value have to evaluate case by case.)
The LIS' NER 1000 provides voice input capability for your computer.
The unit functions in the same manner as your keyboard, serving as a
date entry device for application programs or the normal operation
of the computer.
The LIS' NER 1000 recognition system works by analyzing human speech
and extracting the most important features, These impressions of
words are compacted into "templates" which can be stored and later
compared to someone talking to the recognition unit. The LIS' NER
1000 supports a 64 word vocabulary in speaker dependent, discrete
utterance mode. The recognition accuracy is greater than 98%. Each
unit comes with a professional quality headband style electret
microphone to assure accuracy, software on diskette and a user's manual.

The APPLE II LIS' NER board has provision for an SSI 263 phonetic speech
synthesizer chip with text-to-speech algorithm, this addition provides all
the features described for the Sweet Talker II as well as speech recognition.

APPLE II LIS' NER 1000 with SP1000 recognition/synthesis components only
VRO1 Assembled & Tested $189
VRO2 Complete Kit $149.

APPLE II LIS' NER 1000 with SP1000 recognition/synthesis components and SSI 263
phoneme synthesizer chip with text to speech algorithm.
VRO3 Assembled and Tested $259.
VRO4 Complete Kit $219.

COMMODORE 64 LIS' NER 1000 with SP1000 recognition/synthesis components
VRIO Assembled & Tested $149.
VR11 Complete Kit $119.
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