Apple check #2, signed by Jobs and Woz, goes up for auction

A novel little bit of Apple historical past is up for sale: Apple Computer check “No. 2” signed by firm co-founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak. The auction for the $116.97 check is already up over $55,000.
A variety of different uncommon Apple objects are additionally up for auction, some signed by Jobs.
Apple Computer check “No. 2” might be yours
Steve Jobs signature is pretty uncommon as a result of he typically refused to signal autographs. Collectors have to show to enterprise paperwork he signed.
And there should not many higher examples than a check crammed out on March 19, 1976 earlier than the official founding of Apple Computer by a few weeks. The fledgling enterprise was so new that this can be a short-term check.
“This check for $116.97 to Ramlor, Inc. — a Palo Alto-area printed circuit board maker — possible represents fee for boards affiliated with the primary Apple-1 Computers,” notes RR Auction, which is dealing with the sale.
“Between the exceptionally early date of this check, the payee as a PCB maker, and the truth that it’s signed by the 2 figures that drove Apple’s preliminary success, that is a rare, museum-quality piece of tech historical past,” says RR Auction.

More auction objects handwritten by Steve Jobs
The check isn’t the one uncommon Steve Jobs-related merchandise that simply hit the auction block. A draft for an commercial for the Apple-1 Computer in Steve Jobs’ handwriting can be on sale. It features a pair of polaroids of the early private laptop. The excessive bid is at the moment $17,270.
There’s additionally a web page of notes for Astrochart, an astrology/horoscope utility that Steve Jobs was engaged on for Atari in the summertime of 1975. The doc is in Jobs’ palms writing however not signed.
Other paperwork up for bids are:

Early Apple computer systems up for auction as properly
Signed paperwork aren‘t the one objects now obtainable from RR Auction. There’s a totally operational Apple-1 with a home made case and keyboard. It was signed by Steve Wozniak, who possible assembled the circuit board.
And there’s a practical Apple Lisa, the pc that, whereas not profitable, contributed to the creation of the Macintosh.
The Apple, Jobs, and Computer Hardware auction, that includes the ultra-rare Apple Computer check and different tech memorabilia, will conclude on August 24. Visit RR Auction for extra particulars, or to place in a bid.

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