A Boston based RR Auction for a Steve Jobs business card listing him as Chairman of the Board at Apple Computer has been sold for $6,259 USD this week, MacRumors is reporting. The business card, which features Apple’s iconic rainbow logo and an address of 20525 Mariani Avenue, was not even signed by Jobs.
A Macworld magazine copy of the February 1984 premiere issue signed by Jobs was also sold at the same auction for a whopping $47,775 USD. While some other copies of the issue might still be in circulation, Steve Jobs’ autograph is what actually makes this particular copy a collectible.
Back in July, a rare job application filled out by the late Apple co-founder was sold for a massive $174,757 USD.
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