Last year an original Apple I computer from 1976 was sold for a record-breaking $640,000. Another working vintage Apple I computer was auctioned of on the weekend and set a new record with $671,400.
German technical antiques auction house Breker held another Apple I auction on the weekend. Last year Breker sold an Apple I for an astonishing $640,000. On 25 May 2013 another of the 6 surviving Apple I computers was on the auction block and sold for a new record sum of $671,400 according to The New York Times.
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The buyer of the Apple I computer stays anonymous.
Besides the Apple I the auction on May 25 also had some other pioneering electronics on the list. The world’s first "Intel 4004" microprocessor in a 1971 "Busicom-141PF" ($10,000 – $15,000) and the first major Personal Computer, the "Altair 8800", which kick-started the PC revolution from the cover of Popular Electronics magazine in 1975 ($4,000 – $7,000).
Via the Breker site.