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Thread: FS: Vintage MacIntosh Mouse/Mice ( M0100 , G5431/A9M0331 , M2706 )

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    Default FS: Vintage MacIntosh Mouse/Mice ( M0100 , G5431/A9M0331 , M2706 )

    I have a total of 9 Mac Mouse / Mouse(s) / Mice for sale

    3 x M0100 model [1984] : Two in original beige, one in platinum

    2 x G5431 model [1986 ADB]
    1 x A9M0331 model [1986 ADB]

    3 x M2076 model [1992 ADB-2]


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    Not used in over 20 yrs, but all in good condition and assumed to be working.
    (NB. If non-working ; I will refund fully upon return )

    Would prefer to sell as a lot, but willing to sell individually.

    "Selling" prices on ebay seem to range between $20 - $60 per mouse.

    So let say ...
    $40 US each for the M0100
    $30 US each for the G5431/M0331
    $20 US each for the M2076

    Entire lot ( 9 mice) for $200US

    Open to offers if my prices don't line-up with expectations...

    NOTE 1 : I am located in Canada, so shipping to the US (with tracking) will be about $15 per package (up to 2 lbs)
    NOTE 2 : All prices are in USD . I accept Paypal .
    NOTE 3 : I can provide more pictures or information if needed

    NOTE 4 : I'm fairly new to this Board, but can provide prior references if needed
    https://forums.arcade-museum.com/sho....php?t=138128&
    https://forums.arcade-museum.com/sho....php?t=345323&

    Thanks,
    Steph

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    $200 for 9 mice? Are they "rare prototype steve jobs apple" Mice? If you don't mind me saying so your prices seem a bit steep. I just bought two M2075 mice on ebay; one for $8.50 shipped and the other for $9.00 shipped.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VERAULT View Post
    $200 for 9 mice? Are they "rare prototype steve jobs apple" Mice? If you don't mind me saying so your prices seem a bit steep. I just bought two M2075 mice on ebay; one for $8.50 shipped and the other for $9.00 shipped.
    Yes, uncle Steve gave them to me personally....

    But seriously, prices are pretty much all over the place.
    It sounds like you got a really good deal.
    The older mouse seem to fetch more than newer ones (like you purchased) .

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/28385920145...orig_cvip=true
    https://www.ebay.com/itm/11378764705...dB-0k&nma=true

    This guy sold 23 at $50 each https://www.ebay.com/itm/32333842320...gAAOSwIeFbQvfr

    Like everything else, you'll likely find better deals if you shop around.

    I gave a starting price based on "sold" items I found on-line,
    but I'm certainly open to any reasonable offer.

    At worst, they'll just go back on the shelf until the next "stuck-at-home-pandemic-clean-up" ....

    Steph

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    I dont know if I got lucky. I just looked for cheap listings for mice, same way other people search for items on ebay. Granted the older ones do go for more, I have paid $35.00 for the m0100 mice shipping included but not $40.00. Every penny counts.

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    The M0100 mice absolutely get sold for more, especially, with the rectangle connectors. I think $40 shipped for a good condition one is reasonable. The rest of the mice in OP's post, I would say, $15-20 shipped at most. But since eBay and Paypal eats 13% fee, the prices on eBay are all inflated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steph View Post
    Yes, uncle Steve gave them to me personally....
    This guy sold 23 at $50 each https://www.ebay.com/itm/32333842320...gAAOSwIeFbQvfr
    Steph
    No he didn't. If you click on the sold links you will notice a couple sold for $50 and most were sold as best offers (no idea what the offers that were accepted were but lower then $50 anyway.
    What I collect: 68K/Early PPC Mac, DOS/Win 3.1 era machines, Amiga/ST, C64/128
    Nubus/ISA/VLB/MCA/EISA cards of all types
    Boxed apps and games for the above systems
    Analog video capture cards/software and complete systems

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unknown_K View Post
    No he didn't. If you click on the sold links you will notice a couple sold for $50 and most were sold as best offers (no idea what the offers that were accepted were but lower then $50 anyway.
    Well..., it you want to split hairs about it...

    The last two sales were actually for $50.

    ... and Most of the other offers were rejected ,
    and the same buyers made several offers before they were accepted,
    which means the seller is probably pretty firm on the price.

    So yes, an offer implies less than asking price, but I'd bet it wasn't much less ...

    Either way, I posted my prices as starting point and clearly said I was open to offers
    if they were way out of line .

    I'm even more motivated to sell them all as one lot and save myself a pile of work on shipping.

    Steph

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    Looking to clean off some shelves.

    Open to offers ... especially for the entire lot.
    [NB : Shipping will be from Canada ]

    LMK,
    Thanks,
    Steph

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    ALL Sold (Thank-you).

    NB. Can I edit the Title to indicate SOLD ?
    [ I have no option to edit any of my posts . I think it's because of the limitation of being a "Junior" Member]

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    You can't edit posts after a few hours, and threads last forever here.
    That's just the way things work.

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