This month an Apple-1 was set to be auctioned at the starting price of $150,000 at Christie’s in London. According to The New York Times, the bidding is now closed and the computer was sold for $213,600.

Apple-1 was built by Apple founder Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak and debuted in 1976, costing $666.66 at the time. Only 200 computers were built before Apple moved on to the Apple II.

According to the New York Times it was the Italian businessman, Marco Boglione, who won the bidding.

(via IDG News)