Start collecting something else



#5

HPs are definitively getting too expensive, I think I have to start looking for a new hobby ;-)

Need proof? Just look at this auction..

Cheers,
Victor


#6

Who will believe this ?


#7

Isn't it a bit risky ?
One cannot see what look like the calculator closer.


#8

zero bidders dont always pay.

#9

[hushed voice] other makes are a lot cheaper to collect and some are even good.


#10

The surest way to drop the price would be to try to sell one of yours <grin>.

Seriously, despite these anomalies, some are still O.K. HP-35's have sold for less than $30. Many others have come down... remember the routine $600 HP-15C's about two years ago?

Don't give up the chase yet.

Michael


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