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Guia de precios y cotizaciones retro de Steve Benway

Mensajepor ron » 05 Dic 2010 21:38

La lista me parece una estupenda guía para aquellos que no saben cuanto se cotiza un equpo.

En enlace es: http://www.retrogamingcollector.com/Ret ... Guide.html

Ordenadores vintage y retro de consolas Guía de precios


Esta es una lista aproximada de los valores que se podría esperar para ver en las subastas de cierre * * en la compra o de venta de ordenadores vintage, retro, juegos de consolas y computadoras de mano en eBay (Reino Unido). "¡Cómpralo ya!" Valores por lo general será mucho mayor.

Debo subrayar que estos valores son muy aproximados, los precios se que he pagado a mí mismo, o se observe que los precios finales al ver equipo vintage y retro consola de subastas en eBay (de 2007 - 2010).

Como tal, no puede tomarse como garantía de que usted debe esperar un valor similar al comprar o vender artículos a ti mismo, sino que debe darle una idea aproximada.

Además, estos precios son para los sistemas que se presentan como en condiciones de funcionamiento completo, e incluyen fuentes de alimentación y el equipamiento necesario para hacer que funcionen.

Ciertamente se podría comprar más barato para los artículos que no funcionan o tienen partes que faltan.

La lista no es completa, ya que no he visto algo parecido a las subastas en todos los sistemas de juegos disponibles. Voy a actualizar la lista como y cuando tengo los precios o valores necesarios.


También debo señalar que los valores varían según la época del año (que me parece bastante curioso), como ya he notado que los juegos de consolas y ordenadores constantemente, precios más altos durante los meses de verano (a veces alcanzar casi el doble del valor en el verano , para los artículos más raros).El clima económico actual también ha tenido un efecto notable a la baja sobre los precios de venta final en comparación con hace un par de años.Por favor, no me ofrece correo electrónico para comprar o vender los sistemas antiguos, o pregunte el valor de un sistema en particular. Todos estos mensajes serán ignorados.
Ninguna de las consolas o computadoras en mi colección están a la venta, y sólo comprar en ebay o de inicio de venta de autos.

Si el valor del sistema que usted tiene en mente no está aquí, yo no lo sé, y lo haría sólo lo que podría hacer usted mismo ... Buscar uno en eBay.


3DO [/color]- Retro games console.
£28 - £60. Models by Panasonic, Sanyo and Goldstar.
I have seen the occasional "brand new", boxed and sealed example, with a "buy it now" of around £400, but I dont think anyone ever actually paid that much for one.
Theyre nice, but they arent a big deal.

[/color]Acorn Archimedes [/color]
There are many ex-school machines which can be in very tatty shape, but still work. These can sell very cheaply and are a bit of a bargain if you dont mind a battered looking machine.[/color]

A420 [/color]- Vintage computer.
£30 +/-

A3000 [/color]- Vintage computer.
£10 - £90+. Older and slower than the 3010 & 3020.

A3010 [/color]- Vintage computer.
£30 - £80. (£120 with retro-fitted hard drive) . This has a TV modulator and no hard drive as standard, being intended as a home computer.

A3020 - Vintage computer.
£10 - £65. .This is almost the same, but has a hard drive and no tv modulator, being intended more for education and business markets.

A4000 [/color]- Vintage computer.
£20+

A5000 [/color]- Vintage Computer.
£20+

A7000 [/color]- Vintage computer.
£20 - £48.

RISC PC 600[/color] - Vintage computer.
£10 - £35.

RISC PC 700[/color] - Vintage computer.
£45 - £100

Acorn Atom -[/color] Vintage computer.
£100 - £245. These are very hard to find, so could possibly fetch a much higher price if collectors get into a bidding war. Be careful though, as these are fragile, and can arrive dead through the post, due to vibration loosening the chips.

Acorn BBC Model B[/color] - Vintage computer
£20 - £100 depending on condition, and whether software, box and peripherals are included. Not to be confused with the BBC Master.

Acorn BBC Master[/color]
- Vintage Computer.
£12 - £75. More capable and expandable than the model B, though the MOdel B has more nostalgia value for many people.

Acorn Electron[/color] - Vintage computer.
£20 - £30. Quite common.

[/color] Apple ][ Europlus or IIe[/color] - Vintage computer.
£30 - £70. These dont turn up very often.[/color]

Apple III[/color]
[/color]- Vintage computer.
£122. These are extremely rare, and I have only seen one sold. This was described as needing work, so a healthy one would probably sell for a lot more.

Apple Mac Classic II -[/color] Vintage computer.
£60+. Just like modern Macs, vintage Apples dont come cheap. [/color] [/color]

Apple Mac SE[/color]
- Vintage Computer.
£50 +/-

Amstrad CPC 464 [/color]- Vintage computer.
£11 - £70, depending on condition and whether the monitor is included. Colour monitors obviously fetch more than the green screen ones. Expect high shipping charges when a monitor is included.

Amstrad CPC 6128 [/color]- Vintage computer.
£16 (unboxed, no monitor) - £80+ ( with a colour monitor.)

Amstrad GX 4000 - Retro games console.
£25 - £50, depending on condition and whether boxed.

Amstrad Mega PC[/color] - Vintage computer and retro games console. £125+. Very rare, though being quirky, values could vary wildly.

Apple Bandai Pippin Atmark [/color]- Retro games console.
£200+. An extremely rare and desirable system, though virtually no games ever appear for sale for it.
This system mostly seems to appear from sellers in China. I dont know if the Pippin ever actually sold in China, so I would recommend caution, especially with such a valuable item.

Atari 400 & 800[/color] - Vintage computers.
£30 - £100. Immaculate boxed Atari 800s are highly prized.

Atari 600XL 800XL, XE, etc[/color] - Vintage computers.
£10 - £55, depending on condition, inclusion of software, peripherals, box, etc.

Atari XEGS[/color] - Retro games console.
£13 - £50. Consoleised 65XE. Not too many about. Value fluctuates wildly.

Atari 2600 [/color]- Retro games console.
£100+ for "Sunnyvale Heavy Sixer" A mint, boxed, Heavy Sixer would fetch a *very* good price. Ive never seen one yet though.
Be aware that many sellers do not know the difference between a common 6 switch woody and a heavy sixer. So while you may get a bargain, if they have a heavy sixer, but dont know it... be very careful when they say it is one, as it quite often isnt.
See my Atari 2600 page for details on how to identify these models.
£10 - £50 for standard 4 or 6 switch"Woody". Large games bundles which are often included will raise the price.
£30 - £40 for the black 4 switch "Vader".
£10 - £20 for the various "Junior" models.

Atari 7800 [/color]- Retro games console.
£10 - £50. Fairly common. Price depends on whether games are bundled.

Atari Jaguar[/color] - Retro games console.
£22 - £60+. Immaculate boxed examples including rare games can sell for much more. In fact, some of the games turn out to be worth more than the console itself.

Atari Jaguar CD Attachment - Retro games console.
£130+. These are quite rare and highly prized.

Atari Lynx [/color]- Retro handheld games console.
£20 - £35. Very common.

Atari Portfolio[/color] - Vintage handheld computer.
£20 - £45. More, if manuals and network adaptors are included. More common than you would expect.

Atari ST[/color] - Vintage computer.
£10 - £65. The 1040 should fetch more than the 520, but included bundles of software or attachments, and general demand, can make final values unpredictable. Quite common.

Atari Stacy (ST Laptop)[/color] - Vintage computer.
£255 - £1,230!!! So... a bit rare then.

Bandai Wonderswan[/color] - Retro handheld games console.
£15 - £35. More common than you would expect for a Japan only handheld, though the average person on the street wont have heard of them.
A wonderswan Color, Gundam Limited Edition sold in Feb 09 for £114, so certain models can certainly be considered more desirable.

Bit Corporation Gameate[/color]
- Retro handheld games console.
£80+ Extremely naff but extremely rare attempt to copy the success of the Game Boy.[/color]

Camputers Lynx [/color]
-[/color] Vintage computer.
£70 - £130. Very rare. Spectrum era computer. Several different models available, with varying ammounts of RAM and not all entirely compatible with each other. None were successful, mostly due to a complete lack of software support.

Colecovision [/color]- Retro games console.
£35 - £65+. Old and desirable. If you find a good one for less than £40, consider it a bargain.

CGL (Sord) M5[/color] - Vintage computer.
£20 - £65. Quite rare, but demand is unpredictable.

Commodore Amiga[/color] - Vintage computer.

A1000 [/color]
£90+

A500 and A600[/color]
£12 - £40 depending on software included.

A1200[/color] £35 - £95
depending on software and included expansions.
A1200s in Tower systems with extra processors and bus boards could go for as much as £300 or more. 68060 cpu accelerators can sell for £300 on their own, so bear this in mind.

A1500 and A2000[/color]
£40 - £50+. As with A1200s, included upgrades can boost values hugely.

A3000 and A4000[/color]
£70+, depending on specs. Tower systems could go between £150 - £300+.

Commodore CD32[/color] - Retro games console.
[/color]
£25 - £80. Depends on condition, software and expansions. [/color]

Commodore CDTV[/color] - Retro games console.
£70+. Quite hard to find good examples with remote control etc. Examples with keyboard, mouse, disk drive etc fetch the best prices.
A complete, boxed and unused example sold on ebay recently (Oct 08) for £477!!!

Commodore C16[/color] - Vintage computer.
£20+. Rarer than the C64, but not entirely collectable.

Commodore C64[/color] - Vintage computer.
£20 - £45. Old, but very common.

Commodore C128[/color] - Vintage computer.
£60 - £115. Not as common as the C64.

[/color] Commodore C64GS Console[/color] - Retro games console.
£70 - £150. Depends on condition, and if boxed, etc. Rare.

Commodore PET [/color]- Vintage computer.
£21 - £150. Older models fetch the better prices. Expect high shipping charges, as these are very heavy.

[/color] Commodore VIC 20[/color] - Vintage computer.
£25 - £45. Not as many around as C64s, but by no means very rare.

Commodore Plus 4 [/color]- Vintage computer.
£20 - £65. C16 compatible, not overly collectable.

Dragon 32 [/color]- Vintage computer.
£25 - £38. Tandy CoCo clone, and though never as popular as Spectrums and C64s, there are still plenty of them around.

EACA Video Genie[/color] - Vintage computer.
£30 - £75. Old and rare, but many people havent heard of them, so not as desirable as they should be. Expect high shipping charges, as these are very heavy.

EACA Colour Genie[/color] - Vintage computer.
£89. Ive only ever seen two working example of these sell on ebay, and was surprised they didnt fetch more, as they are extremely rare.

Enterprise 64[/color] - Vintage computer.
£45 - £270. Very desirable. Expect to see bidding wars whenever one of these appears. Avoid foreign examples with non-english keyboards, though be aware that many english examples were shipped to Hungary.

Fairchild Channel F (Grandstand Video Entertainment Computer)[/color] - Retro games console.
£20 - £35. Very rare. Oddly, for something that so rarely appears for sale on ebay (uk), these dont command a very hight price at all.

Gizmondo [/color] - Retro handheld games console.
£17 - £50. More if it includes SatNav software.

Grandstand Colour Programmable SD070 [/color]- Retro games console.
£15+. Not very common, but not very sought after either. A very early cartridge based games console.

Grundy New Brain[/color] - Vintage computer.
£80+. Quite rare. Falls somewhere between the Sinclair ZX81 and Spectrum in terms of ability.

Hektor 2 PT-502 [/color]- Vintage computer.
£60+. Exceptionally rare. Never sold on the open market, these were loaned to Open University students, to teach computing and programming skills.
No built in BASIC, or any other language that Im aware of.
When their use was discontinued, most were destroyed.

Jupiter Ace[/color] - Vintage computer.
£142 - £609. *Very* desirable and extremely rare, in fact, *the* most desirable retro computer I know of. If you have a mint, boxed example of one of these, and dont know what it is, consider yourself very lucky, as you are sitting on a small gold mine. Anything seen to sell for below £250 is probably going to be quite a tatty example. Boxed complete items are very much the most desirable examples.

Mattel Aquarius [/color]- Vintage computer.
£25 - £55. Fairly rare, but having been considered quite rubbish back in the day, they dont command a price that reflects their current rarity.

Mattel Intellivision[/color] - Retro games console.
£20 - £40. Depends on software included. Quite common.

MB Microvision[/color] - retro handheld games console.
£5+. Oddly for something so old, these dont seem to command very high prices.

[/color] MB Vectrex[/color] - Retro games console.
£25 - £210. Depends on condition and whether boxed. I did hear of one boxed and sealed example that sold for around £300 a few years ago, but you dont see those kinds of prices these days. Tatty ones can be had quite cheaply, but beware of dead buttons on controllers, as a replacement controller may cost you as much as the console itself.

Memotech MTX512[/color] - Vintage computer.
£50 - £100. Fairly rare, and gaining in desirability.

MSX[/color] - Vintage computer.
£10 - £40. Varies depending on specs and manufacturer. Sony machines fetch better prices, Toshiba models are very common, and hence, the cheapest. [/color]
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NEC PC Engine[/color]
- Retro games console.
£35 - £65. Depends on model. Those including CD drives fetch more. Quite common.

[/color][/color] NEC PC Engine GT / TurboExpress[/color] - Retro handheld games console.
£35 - £90. They used to cost more, but examples have been turning up regularly from Hong Kong, pushing the price down.
Watch out for examples with broken sound.
The Japanese model has more software than the American Turbo Express. Their games are region specific.

NEC PC Engine Super Grafx [/color]- Retro games console.
£110+ These were never sold in the UK and failed in their Japanese home market, so are very rare.

[/color] NEC PC FX [/color]- Retro games console.
£95+. Only sold in Japan and not overly successful. Quite rare and collectable.

[/color] Nintendo 64 - Retro games console.
£5 - £50. Very common. Bundled games will increase the sale price.

[/color] Nintendo Game Boy, Original, Colour and Pocket - Retro handheld games consoles.
£10 - £15. Very common.

[/color] Nintendo Game Boy Advance - Retro handheld games console.
£2 - £20. SP and Micro models may fetch a little more, but not much.

[/color][/color] Nintendo NES [/color]- Retro games console.
£25 - £50. Refurbished models with new 72pin connectors fetch the best prices, as they are much more reliable. NES values are on the increase lately, which is curious, as even though they are old, they are extremely common.

[/color] Nintendo SNES[/color] - Retro games console.
£20 - £35. Depends on bundled games.

[/color][/color] Nintendo Virtual Boy [/color]- Retro games console.
£40 - £150. Battered examples with broken stands can be found quite cheaply. Mint, boxed examples can sell for vastly more, though 2008 values seem somewhat lower than in 2007. For Nintendo collectors, particulalry in the uk, this is often considerd a "Holy Grail".

[/color] Oric 1 and Atmos [/color]- Vintage computers.
£25 - £90. The Atmos should fetch more than the Oric 1, but this is by no means guaranteed. You may not see one on every visit to ebay, but they do turn up on a fairly regular basis.

[/color][/color] Philips CD-i[/color] - Retro games console.
£10 - £70. Values for these not only vary greatly depending on model (more advanced ones with video CD capabilities are worth more), but also vary wildly depending on demand, which is very unpredictable.
Be sure that the remote control is included. Sticky CD drawers are common.

[/color] Philips G7000 Videopac / Magnavox Odyssey II[/color] - Retro games console.
£10 - £50. Just starting to get quite collectable.

[/color] "Pong" or "TV Game" systems[/color] - retro games console.
£5 - £20.
Binatone, Granstand, Radofin, and a billion others... yes, they are very old, but be under no illusions, these saturated the market in the late 70s, and so are not remotely rare.

[/color] Radofin Programmable Video System [/color] - Retro games console.
£5+. Not at all common, and very old, but no-one seems interested in buying them, hence the low value.

Research Machines Link 480Z[/color] - Vintage computer.
£85+/-. White plastic ones are rare as hens teeth, while black metal ones are even rarer. Value can fluctuate wildly, as while rarity suggests high value, often people just dont know what they are.

[/color]Sam Coupe[/color] - Vintage computer.
£100 - £250. Depends on condition, whether boxed, and included peripherals. Very sought after.

[/color] Sega 32X [/color]- Retro games console.
£50 - £150. Depends on condition, whether boxed, and bundled games. Demand varies a lot for these too, affecting end prices greatly. Make sure all video leads are included, as these are extremely hard to find separately.

[/color] Sega Dreamcast[/color] - Retro games console.
£20 - £40. Lovely machine, but too recent and common to command a higher price.

[/color][/color] Sega Game Gear[/color] - Retro handheld games console.
£16 - £35 depending on bundled games.
Be careful to check that the sound works, as this is a common fault.

[/color] Sega Master System[/color] - Retro games console.
£15 - £30. Very common.

[/color] Sega Mega CD[/color] - Retro games console.
£35 - £50. Depends on condition. Fairly common.

[/color] Sega Mega Drive [/color]- Retro games console.
£10 - £30. Depends on condition and bundled games. Very common.

[/color] Sega MultiMega or WonderMega[/color] - Retro games console.
£80 - £150. Quite rare and very desirable.

[/color] Sega Nomad[/color] - Retro games console.
£50 - £150. Very sought after, but there are a lot of very tatty examples that havent been looked after.

[/color] Sega Saturn[/color] - Retro games console.
£17 - £40. Very common.

[/color] Sharp MZ-80K[/color] - Vintage computer.
£40 - £60. Old and quite rare. May achieve a much higher price in summer, when buyers arent saving for Christmas.

[/color] Sinclair PC200[/color] - Vintage computer.
£80 - £120+.
Quite rare.


[/color] Sinclair ZX80[/color] - Vintage computer.
£97 - £311. Another "Holy Grail" computer. Values vary depending on condition, and whether its boxed. Expect to see bidding wars on clean examples. Probably the 2nd most sought after computer after the Jupiter Ace.

[/color] Sinclair ZX81 [/color]- Vintage computer.
£21 - £50. Very old, but not as rare as you might expect.

[/color][/color] Sinclair ZX Spectrum [/color]- Vintage computer.
£25+ for 16k with rubber keys (there are very few of these around).
£20 - £25 for 48k with rubber keys or 48k+ with plastic keys.
£35 - £90 for 128 with heat sink.
£6 - £30 for 128 +2 with tape drive. The black one is much more desirable than the grey one and sells for notably more.
£30 - £56 for 128 +3 with disk drive.

[/color] Sinclair QL[/color] - Vintage computer.
£25 - £125 depending on condition and bundled software or peripherals. There are usually one or two at any given time on ebay, but their condition can vary greatly. [/color]

SNK Neo Geo AES[/color]
- Retro games console.
£100 - £300. These are by no means rare, but they *always* command a high price. Bundled software pushes values up a lot.
Stepdown converters and ntsc compatible tvs required for non-english examples.
The Japanese model is compatible with all regions, and so is the most desirable.
Original arcade style joystick boosts prices, though many are quite worn, with cracked "balls".

[/color] SNK Neo Geo CD[/color] - Retro games console.
£50+. Less desirable than the AES, as there are fewer games, loading times are very long, and they arent entirely reliable. [/color]

SNK Neo Geo CDZ[/color]
- Retro games console.
£90+/-. Less desirable than the AES, but more than the Neo Geo CD as its more reliable and has faster loading.

[/color] SNK Neo Geo Pocket Colour[/color] - Retro handheld games console.
£20 - £35. Values dropped after unsold stock entered uk shops at reduced prices, a few years ago. Always easy to find on ebay. [/color]

Sony Playstation / PS1[/color]
- Retro games console.
£3 (yes, seriously) - £20. Very common. The earlier model has reliability issues.

[/color][/color] Tandy TRS-80 Models 1 to 4[/color] - Vintage computers.
£80 - £200. Depends on condition. Expect high shipping charges, as these are heavy. Rarer than might be expected.

[/color] Tandy TRS-80 Model MC-10[/color] - Vintage computer.
£14. Falls between the ZX81 and Tandy CoCo in capability. Rare, but undervalued. Ive only ever seen one for sale on ebay, so far.

[/color] Tandy TRS-80 Color Computer I and II[/color] - Vintage computers.
£40 - £50. Depends on condition and whether boxed. Maybe one or two per month, on ebay.

[/color] Tandy TR-S80 Color Computer III[/color] - Vintage computer.
£130. Ive only ever seen one of these sold, so values may vary a lot.

[/color] Tapwave Zodiac [/color]- Retro handheld games console.
£37 - £51. These dont appear often, so values are unpredictable.

[/color][/color] Tatung Einstein[/color] - Vintage computer.
£30 - £60 . Quite rare, but doesnt cause too much excitement when they turn up.

[/color][/color] Texas Instruments TI99/4A[/color] - Vintage computer.
£20 - £70. Depends on condition. Demand fluctuates a lot.

[/color] Tiger Game.com[/color] - Retro handheld games console.
£14 - £25. Not as common as youd expect, given the low price they attract.
They dont attract high prices, largely because they are, frankly, rubbish. [/color] Timex

Sinclair 1500[/color]
- Vintage Computer.
£170 +/-. US version of a Sinclair ZX81, but in a grey version of the Sinclair Spectrum case. Rare in the UK.

[/color] Watara / Quickshot Supervision[/color] - Retro handheld games console.
£15 - £50. Depends on condition, whether boxed, and games included.
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Re: Guia de precios y cotizaciones retro de Steve Benway

Mensajepor ron » 06 Dic 2010 10:14

Según esta lista voy a mostrar los equipos más comunes de díficil búsqueda y sobre todo precio. Steve Benway es como un "chuchex" que ni vende, ni cambia, ni negocia que es como debe ser. Lo que pasa que Benway se le ve mucho más lanzado y se ve que anda por la casa de subastas.

Ahora mi libro:

El cambio que se está viendo estas fechas es con un tipo aplicado de : 1.17


10
[/color]£ = 12 €  | 20 £ = 24 € | 30 [/color]£ = 36 €  | 40[/color] £ = 48 €
50
[/color]£ = 60 €[/color][/color] | 75 [/color][/color]£ = 88 € | 100 £ = 120 € [/color][/color]


[/color][/color] Tatung Einstein[/color] - £30 - £60
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Texas Instruments TI99/4A[/color]
- £20 - £70. [/color]

Tandy TRS-80 Models 1 to 4[/color] - £80 - £200.
[/color]
Tandy TRS-80 Model MC-10
[/color] - £14.

[/color] Tandy TRS-80 Color Computer I and II[/color] - £40 - £50.

[/color] Tandy TR-S80 Color Computer III[/color] - £130.[/color]

Sinclair QL[/color] - £25 - £125[/color]

Sinclair ZX81 [/color]- £21 - £50.

[/color][/color] Sinclair ZX Spectrum [/color]-£25+ 16k ,£20 - £25 48k, £35 - £90 128 , £6 - £30 128 +2, £30 - £56 128 +3 [/color]

Sharp MZ-80K[/color] - £40 - £60[/color]

Sam Coupe[/color] - £100 - £250[/color]

Research Machines Link 480Z[/color] - £85+/-[/color]

Philips G7000 Videopac / Magnavox Odyssey II[/color] - £10 - £50.[/color]

Oric 1 and Atmos [/color]- £25 - £90[/color]

Memotech MTX512[/color] -£50 - £100.

MSX[/color] - £10 - £40[/color]

Jupiter Ace[/color] - £142 - £609.

Mattel Aquarius [/color]- £25 - £55[/color]

Grundy New Brain[/color] - £80+. [/color]

Enterprise 64/128[/color] - £45 - £270.[/color]

EACA Video Genie[/color] - £30 - £75

EACA Colour Genie[/color] - £89[/color]

Commodore C64GS Console[/color] - £70 - £150

Commodore PET [/color]- £21 - £150.

[/color] Commodore VIC 20[/color] -£25 - £45.

Commodore Plus 4 [/color]- £20 - £65.

Dragon 32 [/color]- £25 - £38[/color]

Acorn Atom -[/color] £100 - £245[/color]

Acorn BBC Model B[/color] - £20 - £100

Acorn BBC Master[/color]
-£12 - £75[/color]

Acorn Electron[/color] - £20 - £30.

[/color] Apple ][ Europlus or IIe[/color] - £30 - £70. [/color]

Apple III[/color]
[/color]- £122.

Apple Mac Classic II -[/color] £60+. [/color]

Apple Mac SE[/color]
- £50 +/-

Amstrad CPC 464 [/color]- £11 [/color](sin monitor)[/color] - £70

Amstrad CPC 6128 [/color]-£16 (sin monitor) - £80+

Amstrad GX 4000 [/color]-£25 - £50[/color]

Atari 400 & 800[/color] -£30 - £100.

Atari 600XL 800XL, XE, etc[/color] - £10 - £55

[/color][/color]Atari ST[/color] - £10 - £65.[/color]

Camputers Lynx [/color]-[/color] £70 - £130.

Colecovision [/color]- £35 - £65+.

Sord M5
[/color] -£20 - £65[/color]

Commodore C16[/color] - £20+.

Commodore C64[/color] - £20 - £45.

Commodore C128[/color] - £60 - £115[/color]


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