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How Much Do You Think the Iconic Rainbow Apple Logos Will Sell For?

A pair of original logos that graced the outside of the Apple headquarters in Cupertino are set to be auctioned off soon.

Apple has one of the most recognizable corporate logos in the world. Now the iconic apple with the missing chunk and floating leaf is up for sale--in a way. Two of the original rainbow apples that were once mounted on the exterior of the company's headquarters in Cupertino will be auctioned off on June 4.

This is not the first time historic Apple paraphernalia has gone up for auction. Last year, an Apple-1 computer from 1976 sold for $671,400 in Germany. Bidding for the logos will start at $10,000. How much do you think they'll go for? 

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Last updated: May 20, 2014

ABIGAIL TRACY

Abigail Tracy is a staff reporter for Inc. magazine. Previously, she worked for Seattle Metropolitan magazine and Chicago magazine.




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