Years ago, my son loved to play on the computer. His favorite game was not your typical game though. He enjoyed waiting until I wasn't watching, and then taking all the keys off the keyboard and throwing them around the room. He tossed the keys down the air conditioner vents. One time I found a W key in the spaghetti sauce. Sometimes he flushed them down the toilet too, and for some reason he liked putting the B button in his belly button.
Every time I shopped the thrift stores, I scoured the place for spare keyboards. I collected quite a few and that was good, because he destroyed a lot of keyboards.
Eventually he outgrew this little game and I still had a pretty good sized stash of keyboards in the attic.
We recently cleaned out some of the junk in the attic and decided that maybe you would like to buy a keyboard or two.
This is what I will call keyboard #1, an old Gateway RT3602 keyboard with a PS/2 connector. I tested it on an old computer we have and everything electronic seems to be in good working order.
This is a pretty heavy keyboard with a nice clickiness to it. (It's not an official clicky keyboard though.)
There is a row of rubber shortcut keys up in the curvy gray area of the keyboard, and it looks like some of these may have been chewed by a naughty bird. I have a naughty bird at my house so I know what that looks like. There are also a couple of chew marks on the cord, and it looks like the bird managed not to electrocute himself. (There are dings in the rubber, but no exposed metal.) And the backspace key stuck on me once. It could use a good cleaning.
I wiped it with a sanitizing wipe before I tested it, but there is further nasty business between the keys, etc. It definitely needs a good cleaning, but I'll leave that up to you.
Please send me any questions you may have, and thanks for looking.