Sotheby To Auction Off Rare Document Penned By Jobs In NYC, June 15

Sotheby To Auction Off Rare Document Penned By Jobs In NYC, June 15


Auction house Sotheby this week announced that it will auction off a rare document, (entitled ‘Instructions for ConvertingᅠWorldᅠCup PC Boards’), originally penned by late Apple CEO and Chairman, Steve Jobs, in New York City – next month.

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The 4-page document will arrive as a typedᅠmanuscript shown onᅠ ATARI’sᅠ embossedᅠletterhead, and will includeᅠ3 of the originalᅠ circuitᅠdiagramsᅠdrawn in pencilᅠbyᅠJobs himself.ᅠ ᅠ

Withᅠ1ᅠpg ANS onᅠlined paperᅠin black pen, signed “Steveᅠ Job”s, providingᅠ additionalᅠdesigns forᅠtheᅠ paddlesᅠandᅠalignmentᅠofᅠplayersᅠdefending a soccerᅠgoal.ᅠ 1 pageᅠ beingᅠan addendumᅠto theᅠprintedᅠreport. Losᅠ Gatos,ᅠ CA:ᅠ Atariᅠ Inc.

Alongside the document will also be auctioned a (fully-operational) motherboard part from the Apple I – Apple’s first commercially-viable computer, reports 9to5Mac.

Together, the lots are expected to reach an estimated $180,000 USD.

News of the auction expected to take place on June 15, follows Sotheby managing to sell the original three founding documents which created the company Apple, Inc(originally Apple Computer, Inc) – that we know today, for a cool $1.6 Million, in December last year.