Given to Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry by Apple Computer...

Profiles in History, the world's leading auctioneer of Hollywood memorabilia, will be offering an early production Macintosh 128 computer, given to Gene Roddenberry by Apple Computer, Inc. This computer was subsequently upgraded to a Macintosh Plus by Apple for Mr. Roddenberry and signifies the wonderful association between the visionary computer designer/manufacturer and legendary Star Trek creator, and is a stellar example of the powerful synergy between technology and entertainment.

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This amazing artifact, which is accompanied by a signed letter of provenance from Gene Roddenberry's son, Rod, will be a special addition to Profiles in History's October 8-9, 2009 auction of Hollywood memorabilia. It has an estimated sale price of $800-$1200. Worldwide bidding begins at 12:00 PM (noon) both days and can be placed either in person, via mail, phone, fax or live on the Internet at:

"This is the personification of life imitating art. Gene Roddenberry's vision inspired countless people to pursue careers in science and aerospace. This milestone computer, given to Gene by Apple's innovators, is a symbol of this synergy," said Joe Maddalena, president of Profiles in History.
Already announced as part of the same auction are Michael Jackson's iconic illuminating white glove that he wore on the Victory tour as well as the original cover art from The Jacksons "Victory" album.