Remember the early days of home computing? Maybe you had a Commodore 64, or you were among the first to jump on the Apple bandwagon.
You can relive those memories of the early Apple with one of their old rainbow logos of your very own.
Two rainbow-striped Apple logos that were used at the company's headquarters will be auctioned off June 4.
The iconic signs, which were mounted to the exterior of Apple's HQ in Cupertino, Calif., are being offered for a starting price of $10,000 - each. Bonhams Auction House is handling the sale.
The larger sign, made of fiberglass, measures about 4 feet from leaf to base. The smaller sign, made of foam, measures about 3 feet. Both come with nicks, cracks, faded paint and other signs of age that can’t really ding the starting price.
The image was commissioned by Apple czar Steve Jobs.