(CNN) – Somebody shelled out practically $800,000 for a uncommon Apple II pc handbook signed by Steve Jobs and considered one of Apple’s angel traders in 1980.
RR Public sale stated it was initially owned by somebody named Julian Brewer, whose dad negotiated unique distribution rights for Apple in the UK in 1979.
A notice contained in the handbook reads: “Julian, your technology is the primary to develop up with computer systems. Go change the world!”
The handbook was additionally signed by Mike Markkula, an early Apple investor and the corporate’s second CEO.
Different Apple-related memorabilia offered throughout the public sale included a letter with Jobs’ signature, which offered for practically $480,000.
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