The auction was in full swing. Philip sat discretely at the back of the hall.
– A damaged Sinclair ZX Spectrum.
– Two boxes of formatted 5 1/4” floppy disks.
Then, “What am I bid for this very attractive, cordless, portable mouse, in a modern blue design!”
The audience laughed.
The bidding petered out.
Going , going, gone at £25.
Philip was the highest bidder.
When the auction was over he collected what he knew to be a Logitech mouse.
Only he had recognized the signature of Daniel Borel, Logitech’s founder, under the mouse beside the trackball.
The mouse was worth thousands. (100 words)
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