Important pieces of technological history will be up for up for grabs at the Bonham's History of Science auction later this month. Among their pieces is an original Apple-1 motherboard that Wozniak made in Steve Jobs' garage. It's valued between $300,000 and $500,000.
Most of the other pieces up for bidding are a bit older, and include everything from a leaded window used in the Manhattan Project to dozens of historic journals.
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