The watch wasn’t the only item of Jobs’ old artifacts to get sold on the auction, however, with items ranging from his old Birkenstock sandals ($2,750) to one of the former Apple CEO’s classic black turtlenecks, this one from his time at NeXT ($7,500). A lot of items, including his NeXT name tag, business card, 10K gold-filled Apple Computers pen, and a personally signed USPS return receipt, all sold for $16,250.
Considering the company’s prolific history, many of its products have sold well in reseller’s markets over the past few years. In December of 2014, a functioning Apple-1 computer that Jobs himself sold out of his parents’ garage in 1976 went for $365,000 at an auction in New York. A few months earlier, the Henry Ford Museum won another Apple-1 computer auction with a record bid of $905,000.
Source: Mac Rumors