Seeing how his legendary brand Apple, I wonder if the stuff that smells of Apple'sbeing hunted by the lover, not the exception of the following old school stuff.Several people were reportedly willing to invest the billions of dollars to get thishistoric item:
1. Apple Founder Cooperation Document
This document is a testament to the early history of the founding of Apple. Sheets of paper containing the signatures of the three founders of Apple's Steve Jobs,Steve Wozniak and Ronald Wayne.
The document was signed on 1 April 1976 one of them titled 'Apple ComputerCompany Partnership Agreement'.
He was offered by Sotheby's auction house in New York. Was a man namedEduardo Cisneros, chief executive of the Cisneros Corporation who purchasedthese documents with exorbitant prices.
No half-hearted, Cisneros poured money of USD 1.5945 million or around Rp 14billion ($ 1 = Rp 9060) to have the document.
2. First signpost Apple
This is the first signpost that Apple created to promote Apple Computer in 1976.These signs could also decorate their first headquarters in Cupertino.
Soerang Apple employee named M. Ligett Thomas, Jr.. at that time to secure itfrom nosy hands. Quoted from Mashable, Wednesday (14/12/2011), the signpostis then sold for USD 18,000 in the year 2008.
3. Apple I
Collectors of Italy was willing to pay USD 212,200 or almost $ 2 billion for Appleinvented the first computer in 1976. Although the device in it can be practicallyobsolete, but the handmade engine owned devices are considered historicallyvaluable.
4. Belongs to Steve Wozniak's toolbox
He was nicknamed "Toolbox that build Apple Computer" by the auction house isoffering it. Blue box's co-founder of Apple Steve Wozniak was formerly given to the employees of Apple M. Thomas Ligget, Jr.. A rusty toolbox is ultimately sold for USD 7,000 in 2008.
5. Work of Andy Warhol Apple logo
Apple's iconic logo of the hands of artist Andy Warhol was successfully sold to USD 26,000 in the year 2009. Classic Apple logo with a printed color of the rainbow caught the attention of Warhol fans were also fans of Apple.