I think the "if there's enough demand" might be an issue here. While there are quite a few people with IWIIs and a fair demand for the DB19 (not just from 68k macs), the number of people with original LWs/LW pluses, or the original LaserJet/whatever the Canon machine was that took these, is going to be fairly low I imagine (although I'd be delighted to know I'm wrong on this!). There are always a few on ebay for around $50, and while they do sell I'd be (pleasantly!) surprised if there's enough demand to justify the quantity a factory would need to make.And maybe, if there's enough demand, some enterprising person could contact some Chinese factory and have new replicas made using all new materials. Such things have been done before (eraser's IWII color ribbons, BMoW's DB19 floppy port, etc.), so there is a precedent.
Mud. Dunno what happened to them exactly, but I suspect they were in a basement that flooded. Perfect condition otherwise, but...yeah. Need a wash. They were essentially free ($20 for four, I think), although they were in Coonabarabran, so not convenient. Figured I'd get some good condition cases if nothing else.Mud?