These two watches, both dating to the early 1980s, were worn regularly by the Apple leader. Though neither benefits from the pop-culture awareness of appearing in a historic photo on Jobs’s wrist like the first Seiko, there is no doubt about provenance here at all. Sure, theare not of great horological importance on their own, but that isn’t what this sale is about – it’s about owning a piece of Jobs’s own vision and taste.
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