This t-shirt is black and features a large multicolor Apple logotype in the Apple Garamond font, the corporate font used from approximately 1984–2003. Each letter of the logotype is a different color: neon green, salmon, bright yellow, bright blue, and hot pink. The colors do not match the multicolor Apple logo in use at the time.
The t-shirt tag indicates it is a Hanes Beefy-T brand made from 100% cotton in size ADULT L. It was made in the U.S.A. The back of the shirt includes no Apple markings.
A variant of this t-shirt design was reintroduced in approximately 2018 and sold in the Visitor Center Apple Store in Apple Park (Cupertino, CA). The “retro” design featured a smaller logotype and used colors that match the classic multicolor Apple logo.
This white pen is made by Parker and features a multicolor logotype in Apple Garamond (in five of Apple’s six logo colors). The pen is from Parker’s Vector collection and includes an ink cartridge in its original box.
In the early- to mid-1990s, Apple included a Registration Card in the box that came with every Macintosh (in the brown box labeled “Macintosh Essentials”). In my experience setting up these early Macintosh computers, Apple allowed users who filled out these “official” registration cards to choose from a subscription to MacWorld magazine or a free mousepad. In our school computer labs, we usually opted for the free mousepads.
This is an example of the free mousepad Apple sent. It is 8.75×7 inches, light gray (to match the platinum color of Apple computers of the time). The mousepad is in two layers, light gray plastic on top and black textured foamy rubber on the bottom, approximately 0.125 inches thick. The design is the word Apple® in black type nearly 3 inches tall in the font Apple Garamond, Apple’s corporate identity font of the time.