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17 Dec, 2022
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But this is not the most expensive Apple-1 computer.

Boston-based Auction RR has sold a fully functional Apple-1 computer Hand-Numbered by Steve Jobs Sells for $442,118, according to the organization's website. The amount exceeded the estimated price of $375,000.

In 1976, Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs produced 200 Apple-1 computers. According to modern estimates, there are no more than 70 copies of the device left in the world, which makes it a desirable object for Apple fans.

The Apple-1 that was sold was in working condition, restored to a working state in 2018 by Apple expert Corey Cohen. It is accompanied by a letter confirming the authenticity of Steve Jobs' handwriting on the cover of the device, the original Apple Cassette Interface, the original operation manual, a surplus ASCII keyboard from the same time period, and an open-frame Sanyo 4205 monitor.

Despite the impressive amount of the lot sold, this is not the most expensive Apple-1 computer. In 2016, Glenn Dellimore bought the "Celebration" Apple-1 for a record $815,000. It's a blank green PCB board that was not sold to the public and was not part of a known production run.