Auction House Bonhams has another Apple-1 in its possession which will be auctioned off on October 22nd. While there are approximately 60 of the Steve Wozniak created Apple-1 motherboards, only about a dozen or so have been shown to work. Previous auctions of similarly functioning machines have fetched anywhere between 385,000 and 650,000 USD.
The Apple-1 belonged to John Anderson who was the Founder of the Cincinnati AppleSiders User Group who kept the machine enclosed in a glass case for a number of years. According to the Lot Details on the Bonhams website, it comes with a Keyboard of the same era as well as a Sanyo VM 4204 Monitor as well as a custom power supply in a wooden box. Also, this Apple-1 has no apparent modifications made to the board and only one chip was replaced.
For more information on the Auction check out the Bonhans website at: http://www.bonhams.com/press_release/17415/