well, I FINALLY got this stuff uploaded, and here it is:
1st off, we have what appears to be a rare Apple II card. I took 2 pics of it: front, and back.
my (hopefully rare) Apple II card. It is made by Practical Peripherals, and is known as a GraphiCard. The main chip, in the bottom right hand corner reads: GRAPHICARD REV. 1.10 © 1984. In the bottom left, it reads: Copyright 1983 All Rights Reserved. there is a lable at top that reads “54021″, and the nubers on the right side read: “A1002100; SN G15213″. Note: the G15213 is hand written in ink. Also, the cable plugs into what appears to be a disk drive port on the card, but on the other end, has a blue, SCSI-like connector. Wierd. Cable is approx. 6ft long. Oh, and the red box is a set of dip switches, from 1-6.
Next up, I have a rare pic of Apple II's being manufactured:
This is a rare shot. Apple II’s being assembled at the plant. look at all of them. they dont even have case badges yet!! this was gotten out of a magizine, from a story at the time when the Mac 1st came out (around 1984) about the success of the (then young) Apple company.
let me know about the card. the closest I have come is a printer card. Practical Peripherals is famous for it's modems, but they did make a few Apple II cards. here is a pic of said printer card:
sorry the image is so big. I have no time to scale it down.