A vintage handwritten spec sheet in which Steve Jobs called the Apple-1 motherboard a “great deal” has failed to sell at auction.
Apple-1 computer and Apple Lisa also went under the hammer. The Apple-1 was expected to reach $250,000 – $350,000. While expensive, that is significantly less than the $905,000 that one Apple-1 sold for in 2014. At yesterday’s auction, the Apple-1 sold for a slightly disappointing $237,500.
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