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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.
Apple and color
An interesting reminder of how far Apple's branding has evolved, this collection of oversized sweatshirts and frankly confusing sweatpants stands in dire contract to the sleek silver that Apple now employs.
However, if rainbows and bright colors were in your palette, then the sweatshirt and sweatpants could be bought for $17 and $15 respectively.