Having a large amount of duplicate Acorn 8-bit computer gear in my collection which I’d rather not eBay (given the hassle involved), I’ve decided to take out a stand at Wakefield RISC OS Computer Show on 19th May.
Some of the stuff I’ll be taking along for sale will include things I can’t use or don’t have interest in or time to do stuff with:
- A variety of cheese wedges including teletext adaptors, a couple of 6502 copros, etc.
- BBC Master 128s, BBC Micros, in varying states of configuration.
- Lots of internal boards, SRAM boards, shadow RAM bits, etc.
- Disk drives – there’s a few of these 5.25″ units.
- Domesday LVROM player, which may work or not. It’s got the SCSI bits in tho – never had chance to get it sorted or even test it really.
- Lots of books including Assembler tutorial books, writing BASIC, lots of stuff.
- A pile of original Beeb software and boxed ROMs including instruction manuals.
- The odd printer, CUB monitor, that sort of thing.
- A few Electrons, Plus-blah expansions, and some old Archimedes units.
If there is the interest, I’ll drag along the Econet setup for people to play with a bit. There’s some BBS stuff there and a MUD or two.