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July 15, 1991


By CBR Staff Writer

Anyone off to Silicon Valley next week should stop by in Hayward to pick up some micro bargains – that lusty firm of auctioneers of bankrupt computer stock, Foster City, California-based Ross-Dove Co Inc will bring down the gavel on Saturday July 20 on millions of dollars worth of excess inventory and surplus assets to the ongoing needs of Businessland Inc – a wide variety of new and used products from Apple, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Compaq, NCR, NEC, NeXT, Toshiba, Wyse and Zenith will go under the hammer, plus monitors, laser and dot matrix printers, and peripherals from various manufacturers will also be included in the sale – and even the office furniture has to go; Businessland is in process of being acquired by JWP Inc.

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