What you need to know
- A number of Apple-related items are going up for auction.
- A bomber jacket worn by Steve Jobs as well as signed Apple products are some of the items featured.
More items that Steve Jobs had interaction with are making their way to auction.
RR Auction is hosting a ton of auction items that feature the late founder of Apple as well as items signed by Steve Wozniak, Jeff Raskin, and Ronald Wayne. One of the big items that will be up for auction is an Apple II Manual signed by Steve Jobs with a personal note.
The extraordinary 196 page original spiral-bound Apple II Reference Manual, is signed and inscribed opposite the Table of Contents by the iconic Apple co-founder, "Julian, Your generation is the first to grow up with computers. Go change the world! steven jobs, 1980" and by Apple's angel investor and second CEO, "Mike Markkula, 1980."
Other items up for auction include an Apple I, an Apple Lisa, a bomber jacket worn by Jobs, as well as a handful of other business cards, components, schematics, and more.
This Apple-1 computer was examined and restored to operational condition in April 2021 by Apple-1 expert Corey Cohen. A comprehensive technical condition report prepared by Cohen is available to qualified bidders; he evaluates the unit's current condition as 7.0/10. It is listed as #12 on the Apple-1 Registry.
In addition, an innovative Apple Lisa, with its exceedingly rare original 'Twiggy' drives, Uncommon functioning Apple II computer, complete with peripherals and software, and MITS Altair 8800 computer.
Among other featured lots is a Steve Jobs's leather bomber jacket, worn in the iconic 1983' middle finger to IBM' photo, a Steve Jobs and Jef Raskin signed 128K Macintosh Motherboard Display, and Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak signed issue of Macworld #1.
The bidding for most of the items will begin on August 12. Anyone who is interested in bidding on the items (or checking them out in general) can do so at RR Auction.
These are just the latest items related to the Apple founder to go up for auction in recent history. Last month, an auction for an application letter from Steve Jobs netting a hefty price. The physical letter sold for $343,000 and a specially-created NFT version of the letter sold for 12 ETH (the current equivalent of $27,643.80.