The questionnaire that was filled by Steve jobs when the job was sold under the hammer in Boston. Starting price of the lot was about $ 50,000, but it rapidly grew and by the end of bidding reached 174 thousand dollars. The winner of the auction was a businessman from England, whose name was not disclosed.
One of the founders of Apple filled this summary in 1973, right after left school at reed College. He studied there for six months, but after that, he attended art classes.
The document includes spelling errors and other interesting details. For example, the name of jobs is indicated with a small letter, and the address – your University. In the column “Skills”, he said knowledge of computer and calculator. What position was claimed by Steve, is not specified.
In addition to the summary, were offered and sold other things of value to collectors because they were signed by the jobs – this guide Mac OS X and the newspaper articles from 2008, which tells about the new iPhone 3G. Both lots went under the hammer for 41 806 950 and 26 dollars respectively.