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Rare autographed Apple artifacts go under the hammer



Rare autographed Apple artifacts go under the hammer

A set of exclusive signed pieces of Apple memorabilia will be up for auction in a new auction closing next month, with top lots including photographs and artifacts signed by Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne.

The lots are part of RR Auction’s autograph and artifact auction, which runs through June 15.

Items in the grand auction include a manuscript signed by Mozart, an autographed letter from Vincent van Gogh, a letter signed by Nicola Tesla, and more. There’s also rare Disney animated artwork from classic movies and a host of Apple-signed artifacts.

The auction has 12 lots from Apple, with bids starting at $200 and fairly open estimates as to the value of this product.

The prizes are the following:

Ronald Wayne was the third co-founder of Apple along with Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs. Much older than Woz and Jobs, Wayne provided the company with “adult supervision.” However, Wayne sold his 10% stake in Apple after just 12 days for $800. The company now has a market capitalization of $2.23 trillion. You do the math.

You can view all of Apple’s listings along with the rest of the auction lots here. The auction has only been open for a day or so, but a signed letter from Edgar Allan Poe leads the way with bids already running at $45,980. Lots signed by Mozart and van Gogh are expected to exceed $200,000.

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