Apple-1 computer signed by Steve Jobs put up for auction - they plan to get at least $ 375,000 for it

RR Auction is selling a working Apple-1 computer, personally numbered by Apple co-founder Steve

Jobs (Steve Jobs).

What it is?

In 1976, Steve Jobs and Steve WozniakWozniak produced only 200 Apple-1 computers. To date, there are about 60-70 copies left. The computer put up for auction is listed as number 78.

The fact that Jobs's signature on the computer is genuine is evidenced by the corresponding document.

Apple-1 Expert Corey Cohenrestored the car to its original working condition. He rated the condition of the device at 8.5/10 and confirmed the operability of the computer in August 2022. A detailed technical condition report prepared by Cohen is available to qualified bidders.


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By the way, this gadget was originally sold onauction in 2018 for $375,000. Now they plan to sell it for a large sum. To date, bids have reached $220,000, but the auction won't end until December 15th.