The last few months have shown that video games can fetch big money at auctions. Apparently, so can computer manuals — at least if they’re signed by Steve Jobs.
9to5Mac reported over the weekend that a bunch of Jobs memorabilia went up for auction in August via ‘RR Auction.’ There were several big-ticket items that fetched a significant sum at the auction, including an Apple II manual signed by Jobs. The manual went for $787,484 (just a little over $1 million CAD).
The Apple II manual was the most expensive item at the auction. The runner-up was a typed letter also signed by Jobs — it went for $479,939 USD (roughly $615,363 CAD). An Apple I computer sold for $464,876 USD (about $596,050 CAD).
Additionally, Job’s business card sold for $12,905 USD (roughly $16,546 CAD), while an NeXT bomber jacket Job’s wore sold for $3,110 USD ($3,988 CAD).
If you’re interested in seeing all the memorabilia from the auction, check out RR Auction’s website.
Image credit: RR Auction