Steve Jobs' Sandals, Black NEXT Turtleneck, Wristwatch, Other Memorabilia Up for Auction

Steve Jobs' Sandals, Black NEXT Turtleneck, Wristwatch, Other Memorabilia Up for Auction

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Several items once owned by Apple co-founder Steve Jobs are up for auction on Saturday. The items are from the collection of Mark Sheff, a natural foods chef who was the estate manager for Jobs' Albany, California property in the 1980s.

"Steve was looking for live-in help. We had organic gardening and natural foods cooking experience," Scheff said. The items were collected when Jobs threw them out. "We kept some, shared some with the landscapers and friends and brought some to Goodwill. The collection we ended up with is quite random," Sheff wrote.

Items up for auction include:
A pair of used Birkenstock sandals
A black NEXT turtleneck
A used Seiko wristwatch
A group of four smaller items, including a Steve Jobs NEXT business card, and an Apple pen from the 80s

Scheff previously donated three business cards to the Marin School which sold for $10,500.

Bidding on the lots started at $850 each. The group of items is up to $3,400.

[via BI]


Steve Jobs' Sandals, Black NEXT Turtleneck, Wristwatch, Other Memorabilia Up for Auction

Steve Jobs' Sandals, Black NEXT Turtleneck, Wristwatch, Other Memorabilia Up for Auction

Steve Jobs' Sandals, Black NEXT Turtleneck, Wristwatch, Other Memorabilia Up for Auction

Steve Jobs' Sandals, Black NEXT Turtleneck, Wristwatch, Other Memorabilia Up for Auction
clown - February 21, 2016 at 9:09pm
Just think how many jobs could be brought back to the us. . They probably would still have 100 billion in cash
. - February 21, 2016 at 12:24am
If only someone would replicate his exact look even with this, if only that could bring in a new Jobs in case Tim Cook isn't around on his last day at Apple. I'm just worried that someone after him may or may not be a good replacement. What if this happens?
. - February 21, 2016 at 12:25am
It's not a problem now.
ASS - February 20, 2016 at 10:13pm
Wish cook died not you RIP your the best
DICK - February 21, 2016 at 12:22am
You suit death best, not someone hired by Jbs sh is keeping the company alive and growing. Nothing lasts forever and Jobs lasted more than cook which means there eventually had to be someone taking his place! Think of it like different Queen Elizabeth's.
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