An Apple II signed by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak can be yours (if you have $ 30,000)

In general, most of the objects with the logo of the bitten apple are highly valued in the auction market, as we have already shared in several publications. And, if they also have the signature of one of their founders, the price can go through the roof.

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But as Apple is accustomed to us, there is always room for one more surprise and recently the existence of an object designed by the company, signed Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak.

A computer reunites the creators of Apple

Specifically, it is the an Apple II computer signed by company co-founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak to be auctioned at the end of November.

The piece is certainly an irresistible combination for fans of the firm with a generous pocket is part of a collection of “Rare books, autographs and maps” of the Doyle auction house. It will start with an offer of between $ 20,000 and $ 30,200.

According to Doyle, the cover was prepared by Professor Thomas Earl Neudecker II of the University of Pittsburgh, who studied the effects of technology in schools, at a launch event for the Macintosh on January 24, 1984. Both Jobs and Wozniak signed the cover with a marker pen.

Doyle offers the following details in the cap description on his official site:

At the next reception, attended by the founders of Apple, he made it a point to meet Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. In preparation for this, he carried the Apple II Plus family cover in his briefcase… When he met them, he asked them to sign the cover. It became a prized possession, and he framed it and hung it in his home office.

Considering Jobs’ reservations to sign any type of objects and the separation of his partner Steve Wozniak, this piece can be considered truly unique, since like few others, it represents the union of the creators of the current most valuable company in the world.