For the love of Apple IIc…

Even after 30 years, this computer boots up okay! I also appreciate the RCA Video output, as I can connect this computer to any modern TV. Circa: 1980s. Assembled in California, USA.

Board Size (open): 17-3/4” x 17-5/8” x 1-7/8”
White King Height: 5-3/4” inchesWhite Pawn Height: 3-1/8” inches

Board Size (open): 17-3/4” x 17-5/8” x 1-7/8”

White King Height: 5-3/4” inches
White Pawn Height: 3-1/8” inches

Vintage Japanese Silver Wire Cloisonne Vase. Circa: 20th century, Japan.

Height: approx. 6-1/8” inches
Body Width: approx. 3-1/2” inches
Lip diameter: 1-7/8” inches
Base diameter: 1-5/8” inches

Looking forward to the colors of Autumn. Vintage Chinese crackle-pattern vase.
I wonder what autumns look like in Ancient China..

Looking forward to the colors of Autumn. Vintage Chinese crackle-pattern vase.

I wonder what autumns look like in Ancient China..

Some old photographs of Egypt, by G. Lekegian. Circa: late 19th century.

Some old photographs of Egypt, by G. Lekegian. Circa: late 19th century.

A Monster-size headphone. Brand “Sound” model MD-401BD, by Japan.

Four Channel (Quadraphonic) stereo headphone.

Vintage Chinese Export Faux Ivory Carved Card Case. Conservative date: pre-1930s, China.

CORRECTION: I performed a hot-pin test on this item. This case is NOT Ivory, but made of Faux Ivory (a type of plastic composite to emulate the ivory-look). My apology for this error.

Vinage HostExplorer Terminal Emulation program, multiple language. Published in the 1990s, for Windows NT/95 operation system.

Factory sealed.

My last Okinawa Carved Vase. Some of the patterns are much deeper and wider. Vine motif. Circa: 20th century, Japan.

My last Okinawa Carved Vase. Some of the patterns are much deeper and wider. Vine motif. Circa: 20th century, Japan.

Italian Vase by Franco Rufinelli. Circa: 20th century, Italy.

An old carved, pottery vase from Okinawa. Circa: 20th century, Japan.

Some art to cool down the summer? Andy Warhol Rosenthal Studio Line Daisies Glass plates.
Diameter (each): 7-7/8” inches

Some art to cool down the summer? Andy Warhol Rosenthal Studio Line Daisies Glass plates.

Diameter (each): 7-7/8” inches

Original etching by Jeri Elizabeth Fischer. Titled “Evening” #69 of 75, signed. Circa: most likely last quarter of 20th century.

Frame size: 18-1/4” x 15”
Image size: 8-1/8” x 5”

An old Japanese Blue White Transfer Porcelain Inkwell. Circa: pre-1930, Japan.

A rare appearance of a Lafayette Guardian 7000 AM FM SW Radio. Circa: 1970s.