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If tech does it for you, sink your teeth into this


If tech does it for you, sink your teeth into this

Rare Steve Jobs items are hitting the auction block, including an application he filled out for a job at Atari

Alicia Powell

Items from the birth of Apple, home computing and video gaming are up for grabs at an auction that will conclude on March 17.

The top lot from The Steve Jobs Revolution: Engelbart, Atari, and Apple auction is a July 1976 check to pay $3,430 for parts for the Apple 1 computer, signed by Apple founders Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak.

“This is before they had any investors,” explained Bobby Livingston, executive vice-president at RR Auction, which is conducting the sale. “The reason it’s signed by both of them is in their charter. Any expenses over $1,000, they both had to agree, and here’s the evidence.”..

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