What you need to know
- An amazing Apple Computer Inc. retail sign has just hit auction.
- The 4 x 5 foot acrylic is one of Apple's earliest retail signs.
- The bidding starts at $20,000.
A rare original Apple Computer Inc. retail sign has just gone up for auction starting at $20,000.
As listed by Nate D Sanders:
As mentioned, this sign is not from an actual Apple store, but rather an authorized reseller, it's acrylic set in a metal frame and is described in "Overall very good condition".
There are currently no bids on the item at the time of writing, but the minimum bid on this item is $20,000, and bidding will continue for the next two-and-a-half days.
Recently, an ultra-rare Apple-1 computer sold at auction for over $450,000. Whilst that's not the most expensive Apple-1 auction ever ($900,000), its still more than the price of 8 Mac Pro Computers, an astonishing figure. That particular lot came fully working with an Apple Cassette Interface, terminal keyboard kit, a period monitor complete with wooden display case, power supply, TV modulator and copies of the operation manual. It was thought to be one of only 200 computers made by Steve Wozniak, and one of only 175 that were ever sold. It was also featured on History Channel's Pawn Stars.
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