Before Apple began opening its own stores in the early 2000s, the Cupertino-based company distributed its equipment through licensed stores. These centers had the apple logo on the outside, a logo that it has evolved over the years.
First of all, it was the apple-shaped logo with the colors of the rainbow. The latest collector’s item related to Apple memorabilia was found at the auction of a metracrital poster with the rainbow colors dating from 1978. Below that logo is the text Apple Computer.
As we can read in the description of this object on the Nate D. Sanders website:
Original Apple Computer Inc. poster, circa 1978, showing the famous rainbow apple logo. The large poster, which measures more than 4 ′ x 5 ′, is one of Apple’s first retail posters, displayed by an authorized reseller who met Apple while attending a computer conference in 1976. The framed acrylic sign Metallic measures 48.5 ″ x 60.5 ″. Some marks on the surface and some yellowing in the background, but the rainbow colors are still bright. Overall, very good condition
Auction starts at $ 12,000 Y You have until February 25 If you have some loose money to invest in this article, an article that, due to its dimensions (123 x 153 cm), you will have to find a better location than your office.
This same auction house, auctioned a similar poster in March of last year for $ 20,000, an auction that apparently was deserted, so probably it’s the same poster at a lower starting price.