A fully operational Apple computer that company co-founder Steve Jobs sold out of his parents’ garage in 1976 for $600 is expected to fetch more than half a million dollars when it hits the auction block in December.
Christie’s auction house said the so-called Ricketts Apple-1 Personal Computer, named after its original owner Charles Ricketts, will be auctioned on December 11.
It is the only known surviving Apple-1 documented as having been sold directly by Mr Jobs, then just 21, to an individual from the Los Altos, California family home. More. . . .
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