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Original Toy Story poster autographed by Steve Jobs fetches USD 31,250

Steve Jobs, who served as an acting chairman for Pixar, was the executive producer of the original Toy Story.

Published: 03rd September 2019 10:19 PM  |   Last Updated: 03rd September 2019 10:19 PM   |  A+A-

Steve Jobs, who served as an acting chairman for Pixar, was the executive producer of the original Toy Story.

Steve Jobs, who served as an acting chairman for Pixar, was the executive producer of the original Toy Story. ( Photo | Twitter )

By ANI

CALIFORNIA: A poster of the original Toy Story signed by none other than Apple co-founder Steve Jobs has fetched a cool USD 31,250 at an auction by Nate D Sanders Auctions.

Jobs, who served as an acting chairman for Pixar, was the executive producer of the original Toy Story, Cnet reports. The buyer of the 24x36-inch poster knew its worth and purchased it for USD 6,250 more than the starting price of USD 25,000.

The Apple co-founder bought Pixar from LucasFilm in 1985 and the original Toy Story became a worldwide hit in 1995 when the company transitioned from a hardware and software company to a Hollywood animation studio. 

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