It has some value to anyone who has a mac with a serial port. It is especially so, since short of a mac capable network printer anyone with such a computer (and no printer) has almost no easy way to print besides floppy swapping with a fair bit newer mac. If you wanted to give it away, I might take it off your hands. If you have a mac with a serial port and can find ink, it might make a half-decent printer for it.
PPC: PowerMac G4 800 DP QS, Bondi iMac G3 333MHz (Upgraded from 233MHz) -- 256MB, Performa 6100/66 -- 72MB RAM - hd now dead :(
68k: Macintosh LC II -- 12MB RAM
Older: Apple IIe Enhanced -- 128KB RAM, Newton eMate 300 w/memory enhancement -- 4MB RAM