Are you a fan of Apple’s Steve Jobs or Steve Wozniak?
If you like auctions online, you would probably be interested in this website where former Apple CEOs Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak’s items were sold for thousands of dollars. Some of them can be pretty expensive to buy. Others, however, are items that you might be interested to purchase as an investment in the future. You never know, you might be buying a future gem on your investment today.
RR Auction features the Apple’s Steves
The most popular Steves in Apple are also the highest-valued in auctions. Both the former CEO and co-founders of Apple, the late Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak were featured in RR Auction’s latest set of memorabilia items.
On its website, several used items of Jobs and Wozniak are available to be purchased. Others, however, were already bought. Still, it’s cool how much people can pay for these items online.
Here are the items you can check out on the page:
Sold at $688 on Aug. 19, this manual is signed by Steve Wozniak and another Apple co-founder, Ronald Wayne. The paper is a “brad-bound facsimile of the original Apple-1 operation manual, with 8.5 x 11 pages.”
With only 14 bids, Steve Jobs’ jacket at the NeXT ‘Wingz World Tour 1989’ was sold at $3,110. According to the website, the owner of the original jacket worked directly with Steve Jobs and the team developing the NeXT workstation.
Sold at $7,854, this item received 34 bids before being sold. This one is a Steve Wozniak Apple-1 Schematic. Surprisingly, it also has “Think Different! Woz” signed.
If you did not have the chance to meet Steve Jobs before he died, this memorabilia seemed to be the best gift to anyone. This card is a special business card of Steve Jobs. Though the paper looks like a small printed card, it definitely has its value.
Can you pay over $20,000 for a piece of paper? Of course not. Unless this one is the Steve Jobs Signed Program. It is composed of eight pages for the 1982 American Academy of Achievement ‘Banquet of the Golden Plate’ award ceremony.
This one is a jacket sold at $66,466 on RR Auction. Though it looks nothing special, this jacket is a “personally-owned and a worn-leather bomber design worn by Steve Jobs himself.” If you’re the one who bought this, tell us what it smells like.
Last but not least, this item was bought in the auction at over $200,000. This Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak Signed Issue of MacWorld #1 ended with 33 bids before it was sold.
It must be noted that all these products were already sold on the market. However, if you’re looking for additional Steve Jobs or Apple devices memorabilia, you can just visit the RR Auction website.