At a new auction, over 40 Apple and Steve Jobs-related historic products and things, which comprise old computers, a business card and even a jigsaw puzzle, are being auctioned off, as per a report by Apple Insider.
The bids range from $200 to $55,000. There are a total of 67 items available in the auction, out of which 41 are Apple-related and 25 are related to computer history.
“The RR Auction called “The Steve Jobs Revolution: Engelbart, Atari, and Apple” holds many historic documents and objects related to the computer revolution of the 1980s. The Steve Jobs 1978 business card already has three bids at $330 with an estimated $6,000 final bid,” said the report.
As per the report, a few items in the auction include:
“Steve Jobs 1971 signed high school yearbook valued at $50,000
Steve Jobs signed issue of Macworld valued at $50,000
Apple-1 Computer operating manual valued at $20,000
Steve Jobs Pixar business card valued at $5,000
Apple-produced 1978 “Startrek” game cassette valued at $600
Apple II Plus jigsaw puzzle valued at $400
Ronald Wayne typed letter, signed valued at $200”
There are NFT versions of the items also, like the Steve Jobs Atari job application and NFT have a starting bid of $20,000 with an estimated $300,000 value. Without an NFT, It was previously valued at $175,000. The auction is open and the bids will end on March 17, 2022.