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Rare Apple-1 Computer Available from Christie’s Private Sale #History #VintageComputer

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Own a piece of Apple history with this Apple-1 on offer at Christie’s. This is the computer from the “garage days.” Previous Apple-1’s have reached nearly a million dollars.

Via Art Market Monitor:

One of the few remaining examples of Apple Inc’s first computer, the Apple-1 from 1976, is being offered by private sale via Christie’s. The iconic American brand has garnered a cult following in recent years that has manifested at the highest levels of the re-sale market.

The computer on offer is in working condition with a few modifications. Klarnet confirmed the work comes from the private German collection and was acquired previously from a seller in Rochester, New York in 1978-79. Where the compture was originally purchased remains unknown.

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