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  • Evan Koblentz
    See thread below. Free to a good home. ... Subject: RE: old color printer Date: Thu, 24 Sep 2009 02:44:06 -0400 From: FONEBONE To:
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      See thread below.  Free to a good home.

      -------- Original Message --------
      Subject:RE: old color printer
      Date:Thu, 24 Sep 2009 02:44:06 -0400
      To:'Evan Koblentz' <evan@...>

      HI Evan -Steve here Fonebone@... 
      The price is free- I got the unit from a forty year ATT tech that
      just couldn't throw this color printer into a dumpster as directed.
      He stored the unit for five years before giving the unit to me.
      I stored the unit for 8 years because I just couldn't throw it into
      a dumpster. The unit shows no damage or corrosion and I have a spare
      But I have never fired the printer up. True, the printer is not antique
      but rather a 
      large advance in color dot matrix printing technology- A twin unit ATT
      model 477
      was used at a trade show to print a dot matrix "picture" captured on a
      video camera
      to demonstrate the printer's capabilities .Quite a hit for the
      Anyhow ,The price is free because I don't want to junk the machine if I
      can find it a home.
      If anybody is interested in hardware hacking and graphics this is a true
      I also have the paper feed guides. I used to have the chrome paper
      receiver basket but
      I can't locate it.
      Again-the price is free-
      -Act today and receive absolutely free a brand new spare printer ribbon
      at no cost.
      BTW I live in NW new Jersey for easy pick up or delivery locally.
      P.S. I just found the quick and user manuals !
      -----Original Message-----
      From: Evan Koblentz [mailto:evan@...] 
      Sent: Thursday, September 17, 2009 12:15 AM
      To: ed
      Cc: FONEBONE; oth@...
      Subject: Re: old color printer
      Hello fonebone--
      Thank you for considering us. This isn't museum material (too new) but 
      I'll forward it to our mailing list. Perhaps a member can use it. 
      Asking price?
      > Hi Fonebone, > > The AT&T Model 477 color dot-matrix printer was a high-end machine
      that cost
      > $1695 in 1988 dollars(!) I found this info in an archived PC World
      > >
      http://books.google.com/books?id=DD8EAAAAMBAJ&pg=PT46&lpg=PT46&dq=at%26t +model+477+color+printer&source=bl&ots=BWk0QaWJvs&sig=nZF4tmNn9p5pfPyLcg Gr6cQ54x8&hl=en&ei=bbOxSvqjF9yvtgeo_7DWBw&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result& resnum=3#v=onepage&q=&f=false
      > > I don't know if the Vintage Computer Festival people want it or not,
      but I'm
      > forwarding it to their east coast director, Evan Koblentz. > > Thanks for thinking of them. > > Cheers, > > -bernieS > > > > Quoting FONEBONE<FONEBONE@...>: > > >> I have an old COLOR printer-- FREE >> I have an old color printer ATT model 477 that was given by the >> president of ATT to his church to useThis unit uses >> a three color ribbon that I also have- >> >> If the antique computer collectors want it -it;s theirs >> Please let me know ASAP before it goes out to the curb -thanks -sreve >>
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