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OK, due to a request by a fellow board member I decided to include this as well. Egads, I am giving myself a ton of work. OK, this list is definitely in need of some corrections, so any would be greatly appreciated. icon_smile.gif
P.S. Also include whether the cart is blue label or white label if you can.

1. Marco: Complete
2. Rick Weis: Complete
3. AtariAger: Complete (Got his from Bfstats)
4. Rolenta: cart, with instructions
5. Dino: Cart, with instructions, and overlays (Got from sly)
6. ntavio (circuit board): Complete
7. Nmatheys (White label): Cart
8. Cincynoti (Blue label): Cart, instructions, and Keyboard overlays.
9. Crunchy Superman (Blue Label): Cart
10. Crunchy Superman (White Label): Cart
11. Atari2600lives (Blue Label): Complete (got his off Ebay, from Matt Carten, who got his off Craigslist in North Carolina)
12. Unknown: Complete with ziplock baggie (Got from Atari 2600.com, which was from, David Akers)
13. Unknown: Cart (Bought off Ebay December 14th 2009)
14. EricDLee: Cart
15. Unknown (Blue label): Cart (Bought from chronotriggafoo, who got his from the 2005 CGE, which originally came from the programmer)
16. Unknown (White Label): Cart (Bought from RiffRaff, who got his from Devin Knight)
17. Unknown: Cart, Manual, overlays (Got from Ebay on December 10th, 2007)
18. Wonder (Blue label): Complete
19. Wonder (White label): Complete

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bfstats sold his to AtariAger.

 

sly probably sold his, since I think he's sold all of his rares at this point.

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My baggie has gone AWOL... probably after I put the contents in CPUWiz's box. Mine is the circuit board version.

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I sold David Aker's Magicard to Atari2600.com, including a one of a kind letter from David (Joe displayed it at CGE many years ago, including the letter). I just did him a favor, since we worked together at the time. ;)

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sly probably sold his, since I think he's sold all of his rares at this point.

I have sly's, with overlays

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I also own one complete with the white label cart. :)

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So, correct me if I'm wrong, there are five known to exist blue labels?

 

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Edited by Rom Hunter

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Sold the blue label as well.

Wow, you sold your stuff. Never saw that happening. I will update the list.

 

OK, due to a request by a fellow board member I decided to include this as well. Egads, I am giving myself a ton of work. OK, this list is definitely in need of some corrections, so any would be greatly appreciated. :)

P.S. Also include whether the cart is blue label or white label if you can.

 

1. Marco: Complete

2. Rick Weis: Complete

3. AtariAger: Complete (Got his from Bfstats)

4. Rolenta: cart, with instructions

5. Dino: Cart, with instructions, and overlays (Got from sly)

6. Mayhem (circuit board): Complete

7. Nmatheys (White label): Cart

8. Cincynoti (Blue label): Cart, instructions, and Keyboard overlays.

9. Unknown: (Blue Label), Cart (Got from Crunchy Superman)

10. Unknown: (White Label), Cart (Got from Crunchy Superman)

11. Atari2600lives (Blue Label): Complete (got his off Ebay, from Matt Carten, who got his off Craigslist in North Carolina)

12. Unknown: Complete with ziplock baggie (Got from Atari 2600.com, which was from, David Akers)

13. Unknown: Cart (Bought off Ebay December 14th 2009)

14. EricDLee: Cart

15. Unknown (Blue label): Cart (Bought from chronotriggafoo, who got his from the 2005 CGE, which originally came from the programmer)

16. Unknown (White Label): Cart (Bought from RiffRaff, who got his from Devin Knight)

17. Unknown: Cart, Manual, overlays (Got from Ebay on December 10th, 2007)

18. Wonder (Blue label): Complete

19. Wonder (White label): Complete

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I have the circuit board version of the magicard by Computer Magic, complete with instructions, fiberglass stick to open the door, baggie, overlays, etc. It came from a video game store called G.A.M.E.S. in Van Nuys, CA back in the early 80s.

 

charles

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OK, thanks for the update allhallowseve

 

1. Marco: Complete

2. Rick Weis: Complete

3. AtariAger: Complete (Got his from Bfstats)

4. Rolenta: cart, with instructions

5. DeusExMachina : Cart, with instructions, and overlays (Got his form Dino who got his from sly)

6. Mayhem (circuit board): Complete

7. Nmatheys (White label): Cart

8. Cincynoti (Blue label): Cart, instructions, and Keyboard overlays.

9. DeusExMachina: (Blue Label), Cart (Got from Crunchy Superman)

10. DeusExMachina: (White Label), Cart (Got from Crunchy Superman)

11. Atari2600lives (Blue Label): Complete (got his off Ebay, from Matt Carten, who got his off Craigslist in North Carolina)

12. Unknown: Complete with ziplock baggie (Got from Atari 2600.com, which was from, David Akers)

13. Unknown: Cart (Bought off Ebay December 14th 2009)

14. EricDLee: Cart

15. Unknown (Blue label): Cart (Bought from chronotriggafoo, who got his from the 2005 CGE, which originally came from the programmer)

16. Unknown (White Label): Cart (Bought from RiffRaff, who got his from Devin Knight)

17. Unknown: Cart, Manual, overlays (Got from Ebay on December 10th, 2007)

18. Wonder (Blue label): Complete

19. Wonder (White label): Complete

20. allhallowseve (Bare board version): Complete

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#20 has been sold to Vincent (I'll let him reveal last name if he would like). New bareboard discovered (#21) - Includes baggie, yellow insert, fiberglass rod, manual, uncut inlays, and registration card

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I guess you can add me.

 

#22 Smitty (White Label): Cart, Instructions and Ziplock Baggie (Bought from Rick @ CGE 200?- Las Vegas, originally owned by William SommerWerck who purchased it directly from CommaVid).

 

Smitty

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Just came across this list, I have a white label one (cart only) I got in a trade from Wonder several years ago.

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Just came across this list, I have a white label one (cart only) I got in a trade from Wonder several years ago.

Is yours #19.

I've made a few changes too...I have to check my records...

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Is yours #19.

I've made a few changes too...I have to check my records...

 

I don't think so, #19 is listed as complete, mine is cart only.

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I don't think so, #19 is listed as complete, mine is cart only.

 

It could be #13 or #16, Wonder would need to verify which one it is.

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It could be #13 or #16, Wonder would need to verify which one it is.

 

#18 and #19 are both complete and I still have them. The one I sold to AtariRX I bought on ebay many years ago (circa 2005); that particular Magicard never made it to the original list (post #1).

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