A check for $ 175, which was signed in 1976 by Apple co-founder Steve Jobs, was sold at auction for $ 106,985. The lot description indicates that the check is in perfect condition.

This is stated on the portal 9to5Mac.

It is reported that the check dated July 8, 1976 was issued to the consulting company Crampton, Remke & Miller. It shows Apple’s first official address: Palo Alto – 770 Welch Rd., Ste. 154. It was used for mail, despite the fact that then Jobs and Wozniak worked in the famous garage in the Jobs house.

Steve Jobs’ business card from the 1990s is also sold at auction. He was working at NeXT at the time. It does not have his signature on it, so the starting price is moderate — $800.

Earlier we reported that friends and family of Apple founder Steve Jobs initiated the creation of an archive Steve Jobs Archive. The archive is dedicated to the memory of an outstanding businessman.