Earlier this month, we told you about an auction for a Steve Jobs business card listing him as Chairman of the Board at Apple Computer. The business card features Apple’s classic rainbow logo and an address of 20525 Mariani Avenue, across the street from Apple’s Infinite Loop campus in Cupertino, California.
Boston-based RR Auction has since announced that the business card, estimated to fetch a modest $500, was sold for a considerably larger sum of $6,259 this week. For that price, one might think it was signed by Jobs, but it was not.
During the same auction, a copy of the February 1984 premiere issue of Macworld magazine signed by Jobs sold for $47,775, easily topping its $10,000 estimate. Limited copies of the issue are still in circulation, and Jobs was typically reluctant to provide his autograph, making it even more of a collectible.
Jobs signed the magazine at the grand opening of Apple’s iconic Fifth Avenue store in New York in May 2006, writing “to Matt, steven jobs” on the front cover, which features a photo of himself next to a trio of original Macintosh computers.
Earlier this year, a rare employment questionnaire filled out by Jobs in 1973 was auctioned off for an impressive $174,757.
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Source From: macrumors.com.
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