Apple-1 earns $210,700 under the hammer

Apple PCs are rare and hence they make headlines every time they come under the hammer. This time around, Apple-1 was auctioned off by Christie’s auction for a lesser amount: for a good $210,700. Purchased a good 30 years ago, the value has been appreciated in leaps and bounds. The PC was picked up by Italy based private collector Marco Boglion on a telephonic bid. The PC went along with an autographed letter by the co-founder Steve Wozniak.

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