Wozniak and Jobs’s Signed Documents Are Up for Auction

A group of Apple memorabilia, including a document signed by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak, will be sold at auction in July.

Wozniak and Jobs

The auction-related items have been collected by Charles Mann, creator of the Powersharing series and go to the “Apple, Jobs and Computer Hardware” section, which includes an Apple Newton MessagePad, computer manuals and unique objects such as paper signed by co-founder Steve Wozniak, Steve Jobs and other technology pioneers.

The Powersharing Series release form documents include Bill Atkinson, John Sculley, Alvy Ray Smith, Esther Dyson, and Bill Gates. Powersharing Series is a recorded audio series of teaching sessions and lectures at the Boston Computer Society. The document signed by Steve Jobs starts at $1,000, while the document signed by Wozniak starts at $200. It is believed that the Jobs document will reach a price of $12K by the end of the auction.

The collection will go live from 11 a.m. Eastern Time on July 22 and close on August 18.

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