Visicalc – Value of Packaged Software from 1981

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What is the current value of a package of VISICALC, for Apple II PLUS 48K, ® 1981Software Arts, Inc.

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  • CharlieBrowne
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  • TomLiotta

    Practically speaking, the value is zero. It has a minor "museum" quality to it, but it's unlikely that any computing museum would want it. Any museum that had a use for it would already have it.

    Outside of that kind of historic or nostalgic value, it has no real value because Open Office, Libre Office, Lotus Symphony and others are not only free but far more capable.

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  • jcoyle
    There is a market for historical software items.  

    If the package is sealed, with plastic free from trauma, the item could be sold as a collectors item, especially considering the software's significance and the rarity of a sealed version.

    Recent auctions on eBay range in the $79-$199 asking price.

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  • knuckler49
    To Charlie Browne:  selling.
    To Tom Liotta:  I essentially agree.
    To jcoyle:  thanks.
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