A new batch of rare Apple items is up for auction, including an original sealed iPhone, a working Apple-1 computer signed by Steve Wozniak, a ROM chip signed by Steve Jobs, a letter written and signed by Steve Jobs, various sticker ideas, and more much.
RR auction has “Steve Jobs and the Apple Computer Revolution” Currently running auction With a host of rare collectibles up for auction.
Sealed original iPhone
After seeing the first-generation iPhone sealed, it fetched a record $63,000 this month, another 8GB original iPhone sealed part of this auction. RR Auction estimates the final price at $20,000+, but with its appearance matching the last sold price, it could ask for a price closer to $60,000 or more.
Interestingly, this comes from an Apple employee who has been holding onto this unopened iPhone since it started working.
Original Unlocked Apple iPhone 1st generation, Model A1203, order MA712LL/A (8GB). The box contains a life-size image of an iPhone with twelve icons on the screen, indicating that it is from an older production (2007); The thirteenth icon for iTunes came out later in the year. In brand new condition, factory sealed. Accompanied by an AT&T bag and flyer regarding rate plans and iPhone activation. The sender indicates that he purchased this phone when it was released in 2007, but also received one by working as an Apple employee; So this reserve is not opened.
Apple-1 signed by Steve Wozniak
The rarest and most valuable item in the collection is a file Apple-1 computer Signed by company co-founder Steve Wozniak.
This is an Apple-1-style “byte store” with all components and accessories. What makes it even rarer than most is the serial number, Steve Wozniak signature, and it is fully functional.
Here’s a detailed look at the machine expected to fetch $500,000 or more.
last Unique items at auction It includes handwritten or written Steve Jobs documents and letters, a ROM chip signed by Steve Jobs, an Apple Lisa computer, Think Different stickers, Apple Computer office supplies, and much more.
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