Apple II Manual Signed by Steve Jobs Fetches $787,484 at Auction

A collection of Steve Jobs memorabilia—including a signed Apple II manual, a business card, and a leather jacket worn by the Apple co-founder—was recently sold off by RR Auction, and the prices fetched by some of these items might be higher than most people would expect.

The big ticket item was an Apple II manual that Jobs signed and inscribed with the following message: “Julian, Your generation is the first to grow up with computers. Go change the world!” (It was also signed by one-time Apple CEO Mike Markkula.) It fetched $787,484.

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