iconic objects sold at auction

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Notice to collectors, a British company has put up for sale a lot of 70 rare items entitled “The Steve Jobs Revolution: Engelbart, Atari and Apple”. Most are physical objects but there are also two NFTs available to the public.

Among them, we find a prototype of the first mouse created by Douglas Engelbart, its inventor. Apple fans will also find their account with an Apple II Plus personal computer signed by the co-founder of Apple, Ronald G. Wayne, and a 5.25-inch floppy disk drive signed by Steve Wozniak.

The prices of some rare items are skyrocketing

Others will be tempted by a Bob Marley edition iPod, in its original unopened box, or even a twentieth anniversary Mac, sealed in its box. Finally, the first issue of Macworld magazine with Steve Jobs on the front page and signed by him is also on sale.

The auction is currently being held and is due to end on March 17. If the starting price of the items is initially 200 dollars, there is no doubt that the offers should fly away as there are many Apple fans around the world. Moreover, some are already estimated at more than 30,000 dollars at the time of writing these lines.

Even if you don’t intend to buy anything, you can go for a walk on the site to visualize the objects and offer you a little time travel.

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Recall that auctions of historical items related to Apple are not uncommon. A few weeks ago, we were already telling you about Steve Jobs’ business card which is also being marketed during this operation.

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