Special Macintosh SE to be auctioned on October 25 alongside other Apple items

Auction company Bonhams will be holding an auction event with several Apple items, including a Macintosh SE that was used by Steve Jobs when he was a NeXT employee.

The auction, titled ‘The History of Science and Technology’ will have the Macintosh SE as the highlight. The machine was used by late co-founder Steve Jobs while he was employed at NeXT.

Special Macintosh SE

The description mentioned that the hard drive included Jobs’ work schedule such as travel, recruiting work and task lists, and a missed meeting with the Prince of Wales, King Charles the 3rd.

The Macintosh SE is listed as having a valuation of somewhere between $200k to $300k. The winner of the auction will get the computer, as well as the mouse, keyboard, and a backup drive.

Other notable Apple-themed items include a Macintosh Team Polo Shirt, a Ventless Rev O, a Jobs-signed NeXT performance review, and Pixar business cards.

The Bonham auction is set to begin on October 25.