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    What would these boards grade at?

    I have about 27 of these. They came from Commodore computers.

    Not all of the connections appear to be gold. A few are gold color, others are tin color.






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    Finger card grade to high grade at the least. u try ebaying them as a bulk lot?
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    Ebay might be cool way too. I liked listing items that were scarce(even if I had a number of em), one at a time, as if it was the only one in the whole wide world, and soon as it was sold, I'd list another one ; ) OR, as in this case, maybe a lot of 2, or 5 or ten

    were you meaning Ebay them as scrap, or something that was potentially use-able? I guess that could make a difference whether you listed em all together
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    My 2 cents: Not finger card grade because there not gold, im thinking midgrade $2-$3 pound on the silver ones, the gold ones finger card grade $4 pound
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dunemaul View Post
    Finger card grade to high grade at the least. u try ebaying them as a bulk lot?
    I have not. Finished tearing down the last of them today. I think I am done looking at Commodores for awhile.

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    Did you check ebay before you tore them apart? Might have jumped over a dollar to get a dime on this one...

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    I did. These weren't worth the time to pack and ship. Did sell a few locally, and even that took a while to sell the few I did.


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