Personal Computers PC Apple IBM Dell HP Honored on 16 Year Old Mint Stamp For Sale

Personal Computers PC Apple IBM Dell HP Honored on 16 Year Old Mint Stamp


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Personal Computers PC Apple IBM Dell HP Honored on 16 Year Old Mint Stamp:
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A U.S. postage stamp issued on January 12th, 2000 to commemorate the personal computer which made quick efficient data retrieval, manipulation and storage available for the masses in the 1980's. Steven Jobs and Stephen Wozniak's Apple II, introduced in 1977 and quickly bought by consumers, businesses and schools. Only four years later, IBM entered the PCmarket and set the standard for DOS basedPCs. In 1984, Apple scored another success when itintroduced the MacIntosh, a powerful easy to use computer.

The stamp features an earlier style PC and monitor with it's two floppy drives.

The stamp, no longer available at the post office is as fresh as the day it was when it was first sold 16 years ago. Suitable for framing or added to a memorable scrapbook, it would make a great gift to anyone who worked in the PC industry or grew up with the early rise of PCs.

All stamps are Mint Never Hinged.

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