[EU-PL][WTS] rev4 (new buckling spring added), a few of IBM Model M buckling spring with Polish Typewritter's Layout

rymut

09 May 2020, 12:35

I got a few IBM model M buckling spring terminal keyboards (no lock lights, RJ connector, Polish Typewritter's Layout) production dates from 89 to 93 to offer:
  • 6 with complete keyboards (2 sold) - 55 euro up to negotiation.
  • 3 without some keycaps missing,
  • 1 keyboard with 122 keys with quite a few missing keys caps (sold).
  • 3 IBM model m typewriter keyboards without keycaps (sold/disassembled).
  • 100+ springs and flips for IBM model M (sold),
  • IBM model M122 complete with all caps price around 60 Euro up for negotiation (reserved).
  • IBM RT3200 - NMB board from a rack server, with TrackPoint 50 Euro up for negotiation (photo at the end of the post) (reserved).
  • IBM 1399362 - working badly replaced capacitors by the previous owner - but works otherwise ~25 Euro.

Each keyboard comes with original keycaps (each consists of two parts: thin printed character cap and a steam), RJ cable & cable mount, and 3rd printed adapter for arduino pro micro converter (I can add arduino with firmware to the keyboards if anybody who wants it).

Keycaps and cases had been cleaned about 1-2 years ago, (key caps with ultrasound cleaner), but the plate was not, so there are still somewhat dirty.

Price:
For the price: PM me a reasonable price (around 55 Euro) + PayPal fees & shipment (preferably in EU, but I don't mind shipping it outside EU).
Why the reasonable price and not a fixed price?
I want the keyboard to be used and not stored away - so if you want one but the market prices were over budget for you then PM me with a price that is reasonable for your wallet and a location so I can estimate the shipment price for you.

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Revision 1: Added approximate price of 55 Euro to not be a prick, I don't know it is reasonable enough - if it's not I am open to any price suggestions.
Revision 2: Added new board.
Revision 3: Added IBM RT3200
Revision 3: Added most recent buckling spring keyboard, changed the price for RT3200.
Last edited by rymut on 31 May 2020, 20:03, edited 5 times in total.

n3oNx

09 May 2020, 22:30

You've got a PM.

Lost In Static

09 May 2020, 23:19

Are those original IBM keycaps with Polish legends? Ive seen padprint ABS polish legend keycaps of unknown origin with uneven printing on some of M122s from Poland, usually from period of 1990-1992

rymut

09 May 2020, 23:53

Lost In Static wrote:
09 May 2020, 23:19
Are those original IBM keycaps with Polish legends? Ive seen padprint ABS polish legend keycaps of unknown origin with uneven printing on some of M122s from Poland, usually from period of 1990-1992
To be fair, I don't known that there were IBM M's keycaps of unknown origin with uneven printing.
In some letter Y looks to be a slightly wrong position or my eyes are playing tricks on me, and some have a weird looking D cap.
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It might be that I messed up and mix some keycaps from different sets after cleaning.
What I should check or make photos to verify that keycaps are original?

Lost In Static

10 May 2020, 00:01

They look original enough, the they are far far far better than the ones Ive had at least. The ones I had were muuuuuch worse, by a long mile. They'd come off easy, had "rough", uneven markings on the inside - symbols looking similar to numbers I guess but looked like they were scraped with a screwdriver. They also werent as neatly rounded, they'd look pretty rough.

raptorzoz

15 May 2020, 20:54

pming

rymut

23 May 2020, 21:21

Complete IBM model M122 added.

rymut

27 May 2020, 08:37

Added a IBM RT3200 board.

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sharktastica

28 Jun 2020, 15:10

PM'd.

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