12/04/2008 05:12 am ET Updated May 25, 2011

Steve Wozniak's "Toolbox That Built The Apple Computer" On the Block For $3,000

"The tool box that built Apple Computer," a battered blue thing that belonged to Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak (right) is up for auction by Alexander Autographs. The toolbox -- which would probably go for $20 at a garage sale, is expected to fetch between $3,000 and $5,000. From the catalog description:

An extraordinary relic from the founding of one the largest, and certainly most influential computer design and manufacturing companies in history, the blue steel toolbox owned and obviously heavily-used by Apple Computer founder Steve Wozniak in Apple's formative, pre-1978 years! The aqua-blue enameled toolbox measures 13" wide x 5" tall x 7" deep and when opened has a three-section tray attached to the lid. Additionally, the top of the tool box bears a 4" long yellow "Dymo" self adhesive label bearing its owner's name: "STEVE WOZNIAK".

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