Julien’s Auctions announced that it will hold a special auction on March 30, “The Hanspeter Luzi Vintage Apple Archive”, auctioning more than 500 pieces of vintage Apple computers. The auction house today released the full catalog of the lots.
The auction involves more than 500 classic Apple products released between 1977 and 2008, spanning nearly half a century and collected by the late Swiss teacher and entrepreneur Hanspeter Luzi over the decades.
These items are very rare, such as the 1983 Lisa I computer, which is estimated to fetch $10,000 to $20,000. The Lisa I computer is a very important item for Apple collectors, being one of the first personal computers to offer a graphical user interface and a famous commercial failure, with only about 10,000 units sold.