Apple founders' document sells for $1.6M in NY
NEW YORK—The Apple computer company's founding partnership agreement has sold for $1.6 million in New York.
The Apple document belonged to Ronald Wayne, who founded the Cupertino, California-based
Tuesday's auction of fine books and manuscripts also featured the first letter written by George Washington as president. The one-page letter from Washington to the House of Representatives fetched more than $362,000, in line with its pre-sale estimate.
A first edition of Raymond Chandler's "The Big Sleep" sold for $254,000, more than double its high estimate.