One of the original 200 Apple Is from 1976 sold at auction yesterday at Christies of London, for £130,000 - the equivalent of $209,000. It's only in kit form, so the winning bidder must build his own case if he wants to actually use it. Check out our very own Brian "Barry" Barrett on NPR talking about this, here. [BBC]
Apple I From 1976 Sells For $209k
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