The 1983 Lisa I and 1979 Apple II Plus computers will be auctioned off next month by Julien's Auctions in Beverly Hills, live and online, with lot previews beginning on March 27 and 30. Martha.
This "Vintage Apple Archive" contains items that are rare, such as the 1983 Lisa I computer, which is valued at between $10,000 and $20,000, which is a popular item among Apple collectors. It was one of the first personal computers to have a graphical user interface, and it sold for only 10,000 units.
Other inexpensive Apple goods are also included in the collection, such as the 1986 Macintosh Plus computer with keyboard and mouse, which is currently priced between $300 and $500, and the $200 Blue Dalmatian special edition of the iconic 2001 iMac G3. -300.
A 1994 Apple QuickTake 100 camera with a maximum resolution of 640480 pixels is expected to cost between $200 and $300, as well as a 1983-1984 Apple Joystick for Apple IIE or IIC computer systems in its original packaging. MacTablet Summagraphics graphics tablets are also expected to be on sale from 1979 to 1983.
In recent weeks, vintage iPhones and Apple memorabilia were sold for a substantial amount at auctions, such as an unopened iPhone purchased at auction last October for nearly $40,000, and just last week another stunning 16-year-old iPhone replaced its host for $63,356, more than 106 times the 2007 starting price of $599.
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