Something A Bit Vintage
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Some vintage tech has recently gone under the hammer in a auction in New York. On the list of items is a Apple 1 that has a starting price of $300,000,Last year, a similar model fetched $365,000, and in 2013 the Henry Ford organisation paid $905,000 for one of the original Apple computers. It is believed that there are less the 50 Apple 1s still around. Seymour Cray is widely considered to have designed the world’s first commercial supercomputers he was working on the Cray-4 model when his company went bankrupt in 1995, and the following year he died in a traffic accident. The processor, with serial number 001, is listed at $50,000 – $80,000. Some other lots include an early German Enigma machine, handwritten paperwork by Albert Einstein and a 19th Century telegraph sending and receiving set used by spies during the US Civil War. Best is to look around your house as you never know what might be of value.