One of the earliest Apple computers ever built could fetch as much as $800,000 from an online auction hosted by the famous auction house Christie’s.
The Apple-1 Computer from 1976 boasts a starting bid of about $371,000, and could potentially reach as high as $800,000 when bidding closes on October 29.
According to a description of the computer on Christie’s website, the offering also includes an “extremely rare” first manual Apple issued when the computers were released in the ’70s.
Two years ago, Christie’s auctioned off an Apple-1 Computer for more than $387,000.
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