mint Saitek Renaissance with Sparc module for sale

jdmuys

Hi,

I am looking to sell my Saitek Renaissance wooden chess board:

- mint condition

- original packaging

- two sets of chess pieces

- computer serial interface

- power supply

- Sparc module

The Renaissance is a luxurious vintage wooden board where you just have to move the pieces for the move to be recognised. No need to push the pieces down. Each square has four red LED (one at each corner) to better identity the from and to square.

I am not sure what a fair value would be for this. Any opinion?

I am located in Paris, France.

Thanks,

Jean-Denis

IpswichMatt

Is it this one:

https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Echecs-Electronique-SAITEK-Renaissance-electronic-chess-schach-computer/163480319197?hash=item26102fb4dd:g:KOgAAOSwRsxcN2Wr:rk:1:pf:0

If so, it looks like your starting price is realistic. Good luck with it!

 

Johnny_Gumshoe
Fair price but too much for me.
jdmuys

This is the same one, plus:

- original packaging

- a second set of chess pieces

and most importantly:

- the Sparc module, which has the strongest program for this electronic chess board, written by Kathleen and Dan Spracklen.

 

quadibloc

It's hard to say what it's worth. Because computers keep advancing, and free chess programs are now so strong, its primary value is as an antique, as a collectable for its curiosity value. So to the right person, it may be worth a lot, but only a few people would be seriously interested.

Greg057

Bonsoir.

Je suis intéressé par votre renaissance + sparc module. Je vous ai envoyé un message privé avec mon adresse mail si vous pouviez m'envoyer quelques photos de l'ensemble. Merci

Cordialement 

Greg

AjedrezElocero

Je suis intéressé par votre renaissance + sparc module. Je vous ai envoyé un message privé avec mon adresse mail si vous pouviez m'envoyer quelques photos de l'ensemble. Merci

Cordialement 

Federico

 

Hi, I would like to know how much you ask for the Renaissance chess with the Sparc module and how much it would cost to send it to Madrid, Spain.
regards

Federico

federicojimenezperez@telefonica.net