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It's not just clothing, sailing and jewelry Apple once catered for. In addition, the tech giant used to offer Apple-branded Tiffany crystal apple for $40 for your work desk.
For an unusual money clip, the partnership with Tiffany resulted in the creation of an Apple sterling silver money clip for $55. Wine taster? Enjoy Apple designed crystal wine glasses for $12. If you liked, you could also purchase bottles of Ridge Zinfandel Glen Ellen 1980 and Cabernet Sauvignon complete with Apple's seal for $25.
Bumper stickers, lapel pins and tie tacks galore
Personally, I'd never heard of tie tacks until I came across this catalogue, but there seems to be a market for them. If you wanted a Macintosh enamel tie tack, you could pick one up for only $3.50. Failing that, a selection of lapel pins featuring Macintosh or Apple logos could be bought for only $2.50.
In addition, you could buy a Macintosh-design brass key chain for $7, or a vinyl bumper sticker sporting Apple's old "Changing the world, one person at a time" slogan for a dollar.
Apple and beer?
Retro canteens sporting a shoulder strap that were apparently "unbreakable" could be purchased for only $8, and if you wanted to take your PC-loyalty to the pub, you could buy a crystal beer mug complete with Apple logo on the base, imported from Germany, for $10.50.