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Another functioning Apple I expected to command at least $600K in Christie's auction

Another functioning Apple I expected to command at least $600K in Christie's auction A fully functioning Apple I, personally sold by company co-founder Steve Jobs, is expected to earn $600,000 when it goes on sale at legendary auction house Christie's this December.

Nov 3 2014, 1:31pm CST

Vintage Apple I Sold for $671,400

Vintage Apple I Sold for $671,400 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.

May 26 2013, 4:02am CDT

Another Apple I Auction Coming Up

Another Apple I Auction Coming Up Last year an original Apple I computer from 1976 was sold for a record-breaking $640,000. Another working Apple I computer will be auctioned off next month. This is your chance.

Apr 29 2013, 8:07am CDT

1976 Apple 1 Auction at Sotheby's for an estimated $120,000 to $180,000

1976 Apple 1 Auction at Sotheby's for an estimated $120,000 to $180,000 Owning the first Apple computer is an expensive passion.

May 31 2012, 4:50am CDT