So I'm helping my grandfather to move and I stumbled upon a fairly large collection of various media concerning programming and the Commodore 64. Apparently my grandfather was really into programming back then.

That Commodore 64 games book is really cool. That magazine was in its packaging it was mailed in and came with a floppy disk.

2 Commodore users manuals...

Both a complete "Racing Destruction Set" in floppy form and "Sargon II" in cassette form.

And a complete "Home Office" in of course floppy form.

Not pictured: The box for the computer and the box for the cassette drive.

The actual computer was thrown out a very long time ago, yet everything else was saved. Kind of neat to read through.

Sorry for the rather blurry quality, I used my Droid.