OK, here’s the inventory. Took me longer than I thought to go through all the packages and sort them out.
[li]Desktop Typography with Quark Xpress, 1998[/li][li]Quark Xpress Tips and Tricks, 2nd Edition for Macintosh and Power Mac. Includes a CD-ROM with AppleScript, Quark XPress 3.3 Demo, Debabelizer Lite LE, Adobe Acrobat 2.0, Adobe Type Manager, Adobe Type Reunion, shareware and freeware, utlities, clipart and AppleScripts.[/li][li]Adobe Photoshop 3 Handbook 1995[/li][li]Photoshop Wow Book: Tips, tricks and techniques for Adobe Photshop 2.5, 1993. Missing attached 3.5 floppy[/li][li]Adobe Photoshop 3 User guide 1994, Tutorial book, Getting Started book, Beyond the Basics book, but no CD[/li][li]Visual Basic 4 Expert Solutions, 1995 missing CD-Rom[/li][li]MacUser Mac and Power Mac Secrets, 3rd Edition, 1996, Missing CD[/li][li]Foundations of Mac Programming, 1995 Includes CD with 15 MB of projects, more thn 50 examples of programs, including 2,400 lines of code, C language source code files for Code Warrior Compilers and Symantec Link C or C++ compilers, and a Hypertext version of the book[/li][li]Visual Basic 5 Certification Exam Guide, with unopened attached CD[/li][li]The Mac 3D Handbook, 3rd Edition, 1999, missing CD[/li][li]Multimedia Strter Kit for Mac, 1997, incudes CD with demo programs, QuickTime extensions and sample projects[/li][li]Power Macintosh Programming Starter Kit, featuring a specil version of Metrowerks Code Warrior. Includes CD. software runs on 680x0 and Power PCs with System 7[/li][li]Code Warrior 6 Manual for Mac, no CD[/li][li]Inside Adobe Photoshop 4, 1997 missing CD[/li][li]NOW utilities users guide no disk[/li][/ul]
[li]Dreamweaver MX, 2004 Education version for Mac, on CD-ROM, System 6.3 or above[/li][li]Deck 3.5 LE, 12 track multitrack audio editor on CD-Rom, for Mac OSX, but also runs on OS 8 and OS 9[/li][li]Concertware music composition and and arrangement software on CD-ROM, works with any MIDI instrument. Can run on Mac System 7 or higher, Windows 3.1 or higher[/li][li]Strata Studio Pro 2.5 3-D rendering software on CD ROM. Minimum System 7.6.1, recommend 8.1 or higher[/li][li]Deltagraph Professional for Macintosh, version 2.03a, circa 1991 on four 3.5 floppies. It doesn’t say, but probably System 6 or thereabouts[/li][li]More Ka-Boom, add-on set requiring Ka-Boom 2.0 for System 6[/li][li]Fontmonger 1.5 on 3.5 floppy. This was a program so good, one of the font companies bought it so they could take it off the market. It would convert between Type 1, Type 3 and True Type fonts, and between Windows and Mac fonts. If you had a mixed shop, you could buy, say, the Mac version of the font and make your own PC version, insted of buying it separately. Plus Individual fonts could be edited, letter by letter and character by character to create custom characters or a whole custom fonts, System 6.[/li][li]Aldus Type Twister, a type distortion program for System 6 on two 1.44 mb floppies[/li][li]Add Depth, a program to create 3-D extrusions of fonts and line art that could be rotated in all axes and exported in a number of formats. System 6 minimum, System 7 recommended[/li][li]Broderbund Typestyler 2.0, a tremendous type manipulation program with stretch, twist, bend, colors, drop shadows, etc. Amazingly fro System 4.2 or above, on two floppies[/li][li]Symantic Antivirus for the Mac 4.0, System 6.05 or later, on two 1.44 mb floppies[/li][li]Colar Compas fro Praxisoft, for generating colors for use with page layout programs, on floppy[/li][li]More After Dark, 25 add-ons for After Dark screensaver program, on one floppy, which includes Virex-D virus detection software, Lunatic Fringe space game and an updater that upgrades your old After Dark to System 7 compatible[/li][/ul]
[li]Sim Ant CD-ROM, though no book. For System 6 or higher, also wroks on Windows 3.1 or Win 95[/li][li]Diamonds 3-D on CD-ROM, a breakout game where the ball comes toward you, and you have to use your paddle to bat it away from you and breakout the barriers. It doesn’t say what system, but that it will play on a 68030 and has been “accelerated for Power Macintosh”[/li][li]I thought there were more games, but my son took the CDs or floppies with him when he went on his own, leaving me the boxes, and sometimes the manuals. Sorry about that[/li][/ul]
When I bought many of these, I was working at a weekly newspaper, and we had started with Mac SEs to paginate and build ads. We in sales (all three of us) built our own ads, and I bought these fonts personally, so I could do spec ads to catch the clients’ eyes. It worked, too. I took advantages of special font buys, and any promotional deals I could. But I also bought high-end fonts as well. All of the onew below are on floppies. Unless marked 1.44 mb, they have the single slot, and I have no way of telling now whether they are 400 k or 800 k floppies.
[li]Fluent Laser Fonts from Casady and Greene. 79 fonts in both Type 1 and True Type forms on 6 floppies[/li][li]FontBank five bonus fonts fro some deal on a floppy: Burger, Coaster, Lunetta, Business and Graceful[/li][li]Adobe Type Originals sampler on one floppy: Poetica Ornaments, Poetica Chancery II, Blackoad, Juniper and Trajan Regular[/li][li]LaserMaster Designer Dozen on one floppy: Chaucer, mural Script, Vivane, Arsis Regular, Bernhard Fashion, Choco, Columna Solid, Mistral, Kuenstler Script Black, Palette, Rose Round Black, Weiss Round Gothic[/li][li]Photoletter 12. This was a bonus pack I got by buying the 250 font package from FontBank you’ll see below. I had to call them several times to get them to come through because they said the bonus fonts “weren’t ready yet,” though the ad in the trade publication had said nothing about any delay and the 250-font package came through fine. Interestingly enough, the floppy these came on has a handwritten label that says “pre-release,”: Winger, Westerveldt Light, Publicity Gothic, Latin elongated, Prisma Graphic, Bonaparte, Walnetto Casual, Brazilia Bold, Benguiat Laurent, Fourth of July, Deco Geometric, Flair Bold, West Palo Alto.[/li][li]Silver Graphics Fancy Fonts 15 Type 1 on one floppy, copyright 1992: Archer, Archer shadow, Friar Tuck, Jaclytn, Emporia, Key West, Eurobold, Bebop, compute, Toons, Mardi Gras, Sanford, Skinny Dip, Van Rose, Matinee[/li][li]Font Bank 250 display typefasces for Mac an PC on 9 floppies[/li][li]Monotype Fun Fonts - 25 Type 1 on two floppies[/li][li]Adobe Jam Pack - 8 condensed fonts on one 1.44 mb floppy: Berthold Akzidenz Grotesk Light, Berthold Garmond Condensed, Bondoni Poster Compressed, ITC Cheltenham Condensed Light, Gill Sans Bold Extra Condensed, Berthold Lo Type Medium Condensed, Rockwell Condensed, Runic Condensed[/li][li]Acme Fonts - 54 Type 1 and True tpe fonts onf five 1.44 mb floppies[/li][li]Adobe Value Pack 30 typefaces, inclding scripts, display fonts, txt fonts, and ornaments on three floppies. Somehow, I ended up with two of these sets[/li][li]Adobe Image Club - When the company bought headline and body copy type from Adobe back then (and this was when you paid for every weight and multiple sizes of printer fonts, and a font with all the bits and pieces could run $150-$250), Adobe would give you Font Club credits, which you could use to get additional fonts. We ended up with 6 free ones, each on their own floppy: Cver, Decotura, ITC Grizzly, ITC Anna, LetrasetBalmoral and Daily Tribune[/li][/ul]
After looking through all that, I realize it would cost me a fortune to ship it all out. If somebody wants something, let me know, and I’ll bundle it up, take it to the Post Office and get an exact postage cost for you.
Thanks for your patience and all the good suggestions.