Recently, it has been reported that a medal autographed by the late Apple founder Steve Jobs is up for sale at a price of US$95,000 (approximately NT$2.9 million).
[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] The late Apple founder Steve Jobs (Steve Jobs) rarely signed his signature during his lifetime. Recently, it was reported that a medal signed by him was sold for as much as US$95,000 (approximately NT$2.9 million) ) is for sale. Based on the price of the iPhone 14 Pro Max with a capacity of 1TB on Apple’s official website in the United States at US$1,599 (approximately NT$48,000), about 59 mobile phones can be purchased. The exposure of the news has attracted the attention of the outside world.
According to the "TMZ" report, after Jobs returned to the company in 2000, in order to thank the then marketing executive Suzanne Lindbergh (Suzanne Lindbergh) for working in the company for 10 years, he signed this medal rarely, and Leave a message: "Thank you for the creativity and professional commitment you have brought to the company over the past 10 years, and we hope you continue to believe that the journey itself is the best reward."
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The report pointed out that this signed medal is on sale at a high price of 95,000 US dollars, which is equivalent to buying about 59 iPhone 14 Pro Max with a capacity of 1TB.
The company "Moments in Time", which specializes in the acquisition and sale of signed original letters and other documents, is responsible for selling this signed medal. The company's official website describes that this medal will be accompanied by a complete certificate of authenticity from PSA/DNA letter.
It is reported that Jobs seldom signed his name during his lifetime, so it is a rare "Apple" historical collection, because Jobs later switched to copying and faxing his signature to issue commemorative medals.
Jobs signature medal.
(The picture is taken from the official website of "Moment in Time")