A memo written by Steve Jobs during his time at Atari, will also be auctioned.
New Delhi: Apple’s first computer is all set to go under the hammer this month. Sotheby's will put some Apple history on the block, including one of only six working Apple-1 personal computers, according to media reports.
Reportedly, the Apple motherboard will be up for sale at price ranging between $120,000 and $180,000 when it goes for auction.
A memo written by former Apple CEO Steve Jobs during his time at video game maker Atari, will also be auctioned.
The lot also includes a cassette interface -- cassette tapes were used to store programs and data -- and several manuals, including a rare BASIC user's manual.
Bidding on the Apple-1 and Jobs' memo will take place in New York on June 15, starting at 10 am.