Highly Detailed Collectibles and Handcrafted Miniature Scale Models

IBM 5150 Limited Edition

Available for pre-order!

On August 12th 1981 the IBM Personal Computer model 5150 was introduced and changed computing forever.

This 1:10 scale miniature replica was made to celebrate its 40th anniversary, a limited special edition of 40 copies is available now for pre-order! The 3D resin printed model is designed, assembled and painted by hand. Read more...

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IBM 1401

Currently On Display at CHM

The IBM 1401 is a variable-wordlength decimal computer that was announced by IBM on October 5, 1959. The 1401 was the first successful mass-produced computer.

This diorama is a 1:15 scale model that was build to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the 1401 and was donated in September of 2020 to the Computer History Museum where it is currently on display.

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IBM z15

Commission

The IBM z15 is a current generation enterprise mainframe computer.

This "one of" 1:12 scale model was commissioned by IBM and was used for social media outreach on Twitter and Instagram.

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IBM 704

Commission

The IBM 704 introduced by IBM in 1954, is the first mass-produced computer with floating-point arithmetic hardware. The 704 used vacuum tube logic circuitry and core memory.

This 1:16 scale model was commissioned by a private collector. A Second identical model with a different color scheme was also made.

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IBM 704 Vanguard

In Private Collection

The IBM 704 introduced by IBM in 1954, is the first mass-produced computer with floating-point arithmetic hardware. The 704 used vacuum tube logic circuitry and core memory.

This 1:16 scale model was commissioned by a private collector. This model was painted to match the Vanguard color scheme

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HP264x

In Private Collection

The HP264X models were "smart" ASCII serial terminals produced by Hewlett-Packard using the Intel 8008 and 8080 microprocessors. They had a characteristic widescreen aspect ratio and could display 80 characters by 25 lines.

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