HaaTa's Cherry M11 keyboard • A truly special find, the HP 4953A Protocol Analyzer Keyboard is so far the only keyboard spotted in modern times with the Cherry M11 switch. A missing link was finally discovered.
HaaTa's Univac F-1355-00 electro-magnetic-clicky keyboard • A HaaTa find from 1971, the switches from the Univac keyboard predate both the buckling spring and beam spring mechanism, and are clicky. Very clicky. It uses magnets to achieve the tactility and obnoxiously loud clickiness.
Muirium's Honeywell hall-effect keyboard • Muirium's Micro Switch Honeywell Hall Effect keyboard has, on the inside, a striking similarity with the Space Cadet keyboard and is a really special find. It started the Round 5 keycap group buy.
Tinnie's IBM "Kishsaver" and Industrial SSK finds • Tinnie helped a lot of people get rare vintage keyboards such as the IBM Space Saving keyboard, "Kishsaver" and even the industrial Space Saver. Never before did we see such amounts of these wanted but rare keyboards emerge and being distributed!
And the Wingnut for Best relic/discovery 2013, as voted for by the members of deskthority, goes to...