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A Collector’s Dream: Apple’s First Computer Signed By Wozniak Up For Auction

For very well-off collectors, this Apple-1 is the ‘Holy Grail.’ In addition to being one of only a double-digit number of Apple-1’s left in the world, this model was signed by Steve Wozniak, and on video at that. The Apple-2 was the real market success, having helped establish personal computers as a household item, but its predecessor launched what would become the biggest American business since automobiles were invented. This combination of historical significance, recent proximity to one of its creators, unbelievable scarcity, and the fact that this computer is still functional make the sale of this Apple-1 an event.

Plus, there’s more to this purchase than just the Apple-1 computer. It’ll come with other, valuable items. The included monitor and cassette recorder will be functional, restored items from the 1970s. The keyboard is also of the same era, lending it its own historical value since that makes it one of now-famous hardware company Cherry’s first to hit the market. Additionally, there are magazines with original Apple ads and instructional articles written by Jobs and Wozniak. Most of these items would sell at six-figure prices without the Apple-1, but are included to make the package even more appealing. The AAPL Collection says proceeds from the auction will be used to make the wider collection of vintage Apple computers and accessories more visible to the public.

Source: The AAPL Collection


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A Collector’s Dream: Apple’s First Computer Signed By Wozniak Up For Auction

For very well-off collectors, this Apple-1 is the ‘Holy Grail.’ In addition to being one of only a double-digit number of Apple-1’s left in the world, this model was signed by Steve Wozniak, and on video at that. The Apple-2 was the real market success, having helped establish personal computers as a household item, but its predecessor launched what would become the biggest American business since automobiles were invented. This combination of historical significance, recent proximity to one of its creators, unbelievable scarcity, and the fact that this computer is still functional make the sale of this Apple-1 an event.

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Plus, there’s more to this purchase than just the Apple-1 computer. It’ll come with other, valuable items. The included monitor and cassette recorder will be functional, restored items from the 1970s. The keyboard is also of the same era, lending it its own historical value since that makes it one of now-famous hardware company Cherry’s first to hit the market. Additionally, there are magazines with original Apple ads and instructional articles written by Jobs and Wozniak. Most of these items would sell at six-figure prices without the Apple-1, but are included to make the package even more appealing. The AAPL Collection says proceeds from the auction will be used to make the wider collection of vintage Apple computers and accessories more visible to the public.

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Source: The AAPL Collection

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A Collector’s Dream: Apple’s First Computer Signed By Wozniak Up For Auction

For very well-off collectors, this Apple-1 is the ‘Holy Grail.’ In addition to being one of only a double-digit number of Apple-1’s left in the world, this model was signed by Steve Wozniak, and on video at that. The Apple-2 was the real market success, having helped establish personal computers as a household item, but its predecessor launched what would become the biggest American business since automobiles were invented. This combination of historical significance, recent proximity to one of its creators, unbelievable scarcity, and the fact that this computer is still functional make the sale of this Apple-1 an event.

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Plus, there’s more to this purchase than just the Apple-1 computer. It’ll come with other, valuable items. The included monitor and cassette recorder will be functional, restored items from the 1970s. The keyboard is also of the same era, lending it its own historical value since that makes it one of now-famous hardware company Cherry’s first to hit the market. Additionally, there are magazines with original Apple ads and instructional articles written by Jobs and Wozniak. Most of these items would sell at six-figure prices without the Apple-1, but are included to make the package even more appealing. The AAPL Collection says proceeds from the auction will be used to make the wider collection of vintage Apple computers and accessories more visible to the public.

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Source: The AAPL Collection

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