Apple 1 Goes Under The Hammer – did not sell

Apple 1 the special view
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The Apple 1 personal computer was due to be auctioned at Christie’s in London but it failed to sell. Apparently the reserve price was not met.  There were a lot of bidders interested in the computer

The computer meant to be one of the most popular items to sell but didn’t quite make the mark.  The Apple brand is the most popular in the world.

For Sale

Apple 1976 first model listed to fetch between £50,000 and £80,000.  Christie’s in South Kensington given the commission to auction the rare original item.  Bidding started robustly but the money offered not enough to make a sale.

Home computers

Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak created the product with their revolutionary ideas for home computers.  It became known as the Computer Company label

YNUKtv went to the auction rooms to find the Apple-1 on display before the sale.




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