A handwritten letter from the late Apple CEO Steve Jobs will be auctioned on November 3, per Bonhams.
The UK auction house said the ticket could sell for up to $ 300,000.
It presents Jobs’ thoughts on Zen Buddhism and his desire to travel to India.
A letter written by the late Apple CEO Steve Jobs when he was 18 has been auctioned.
UK auction house Bonhams will sell the single page letter on November 3. It is estimated that the letter will sell for up to $ 300,000 because CNBC and other reported outlets.
According to Bonhams, the letter was postmarked on February 23, 1974, the eve of Jobs’ 19th birthday. He sent it to his childhood friend Tim Brown.
At the time, Jobs had dropped out of school and was living in a cabin in the Santa Cruz Mountains after returning from a job on an apple farm, according to the auction house.
The note includes Jobs’ thoughts on Zen Buddhism and his desire to travel to India to attend the Kumba Mela (also known as Kumbh Mela), a Hindu pilgrimage and a religious festival.
As a teenager, Jobs was looking for the meaning of life, by Bonhams.
Jobs, who wrote in lowercase throughout the letter, began by responding to an earlier note from Brown: “tim, i read your letter a few times / don’t know what to say. many mornings passed / people came and I went / loved and cried many times.
After touching on topics such as his travel ambitions, he writes, “I’ll close by saying I don’t even know where to start. He then signed with the word “Shanti”, which means “peace” in Sanskrit.
Adam Stackhouse, director of Bonhams’ science and technology business history, said in a Press release: “The letter provides a fascinating glimpse into the private life of a fiercely private man.”
He added: “This is especially special because no autograph letter from Jobs has appeared at auction before, and certainly no document as revealing and insightful as this one.”
The letter is part of the History of Science and Technology sale and will also include an Apple Macintosh prototype, as well as a first-generation iPad prototype.
Recently, an Apple II manual signed by Jobs sold for almost $ 800,000, CNN reported.
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