I'm nearing the end of my active collecting phase. I've also sold off most of the "doubles" in my collection, as it is meant to be representative and not comprehensive. If I see something rare that can replace a keyboard in my collection I'll still pick it up, but for the most part I won't be adding or selling anything.
I still plan to convert a few of the other keyboards, such as the Panasonic KX, but some of the unconverted ones will stay that way if they don't interest me as short term daily drivers. Maybe I'll convert them if I get bored.
I'm particularly proud of my Lexmark collection, so here's a group shot. I also have a Lexmark corporate t shirt.
Just an oddball White Linear Space Invaders 'board.
Amber Omron B3G-S. A shameless Model M clone.
AT&T Buckling Spring 122
This beauty is NOS with its original box. I have photos in another topic if you want to see it from other angles.
AT&T Buckling Spring 305B
A few scuffs, dings, and replacement keycaps. Still pretty, though.
Appears unused. Caps are in great shape, less one ding on the left Ctrl key. Didn't even need to clean it.
Brown Alps. Dyesub caps. Cool hinges. Ultra-rare system.
Deep cleaned. PTFE lubed. USB converted with an Xwhatsit. Retractable cable. The works.
IBM Model F AT
Snuci sent this to me as a secret Santa gift. ANSI modded during cleaning.
Once again, a frankenstein. It uses a Unicomp industrial case, donor guts, and a PCB badge.
White KPT clones. Stupidly clicky. Surprisingly nice switches.
MX Blacks. Trackpoint. NIB.
Appears unused. SMK 2nd. Gen. MX Mount switches.
It's big and colorful. The blue text on the lock sticker is alluring.
Lexmark M13, Erase-Eaze
This is a real gem. One piece caps. Had to fix a crack in the barrel frame, which wasn't a big deal with liquid solvent and carefully applied pressure. Bolt modded.
I call it the CCP-15. Scavenged the caps from a Russian M2.
Lexmark Model M
Bolt modded. Otherwise standard.
Will eventually be a lot_lizard FSSK.
Gateron Clears and dyesub caps. O-rings. My gaming and travel keyboard.
Token Blue Alps keyboard. Bigfoot clone. Switches are in okay condition, but not excellent.
SKBM White Alps. New without box. Came with its manual.
Cool keyboard. Four switch types in it. Primarily Green Alps.
Cherry ML switches feel like vomit. This is the token ortho in my collection.
The only easily convertible Fujitsu Leaf Spring Gen. 3 'board.
Texas Instruments 911
The Hall Effect switches in this are absolutely ruined with grit, so it's mostly a showpiece. Beautiful caps.