A job application handwritten too late Apple inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) co-founder Steve Jobs sold for around $ 222,400 on Wednesday at an auction in London.
What happened: The one-sided signed job application was filled out by Jobs in 1973. It is believed to have been written down about when Jobs dropped out of Reed College in Portland, Oregon, according to the auction list of Charterfields.
Jobs joined Atari as a technician the following year, working with Steve Wozniak before the duo founded Apple in 1976.
The auction opened on February 24 and lasted for a month and closed on Wednesday. The “hammer price” for the job application, which is in very good condition, was GBP 1
In the job application sheet, Jobs marked “English literature” as a major, while he listed “electronics engineering or design engineer – digital” as special abilities. He has also listed his skills in computers and calculators.
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Why it applies: Steve Jobs memorabilia records usually fetch a high price at auction, as everything related to the late Apple co-founder is hugely appreciated by people all over the world.
A copy of Fortune magazine signed by Jobs had a minimum bid of $ 11,000 at an auction last year, according to a report by AppleInsider.
A copy of Newsweek magazine from October 1988 and signed by Jobs sold for more than $ 50,000 at an auction in 2017, Wccftech.com reported.
Price action: Apple shares closed 2% lower on Wednesday at $ 120.09.
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