Apple I Goes for $210,000 at Auction
It won’t connect to the Internet, and it’s definitely not Flash-friendly, but a rare Apple I computer, one of only 200 made, was sold at Christie’s in London today for $210,000. It included the original packaging and a signed sales letter from Steve Jobs. The Apple I was originally available from 1976-77 for $666.66. The buyer, Italian businessman Marco Boglione, will restore it to working condition and add it to his collection of Apple computers.