Original Apple I computer, sold by Steve Jobs in 1976, could reach $1 million at auction

On December 11, the only known surviving Apple I computer personally sold by Steve Jobs — out of his parents’ garage in 1976 — will be offered at auction. The auctioneer, Christie’s, estimates a sale price of between $400,000 and $600,000 — but just last week, the Henry Ford Museum bought a similar Apple I at auction for $905,000, and that particular computer lacked documentation tying it directly to Steve Jobs. We wouldn’t be surprised if this Apple I which is still in fully working order, incidentally sells for over $1 million, making it by far the most expensive computer relic in the world.

via Original Apple I computer, sold by Steve Jobs in 1976, could reach $1 million at auction | EventnNews.

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