Apple’s founding documents headed to the auction block – expected to nab 150K

Apple’s founding documents headed to the auction block – expected to nab 150K
Do you consider yourself the ultimate Apple enthusiast? Sure, you have an iPad, have had every version of the iPhone, been rocking Mac OS before OS X, you even put those white Apple stickers all over all your stuff, but if you really want to get your fanboy card stamped, here’s your chance.

Sotheby’s will be putting Apple Computer’s original founding documents up for sale. The document pack features typed pages signed by "Stephen G. Wozniak", "Steven P. Jobs", and "Ronald G. Wayne" on April 1, 1976. It also includes Ronald Wayne’s Statement of Withdrawal from April 12, 1976. That document is the one that shows Wayne relinquishing his 10% share in the company. At the end of 2010, that 10% share was valued at $2.6 billion.

The auction is set to occur on December 13th at Sotheby’s in New York. Sotheby’s is anticipating that the document pack will sell between $100,000 and $150,000.

source: Sotheby's via Engadget


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