The top seller was a (mostly) 10th-century French manuscript of Isidore of Seville's Etymologiae, previously owned by Sir Thomas Phillipps. It made £421,250, while a copy of Claudius Ptolemy's Cosmographia (Ulm: 1482) fetched £217,250. A 15th-century German literary sammelband made £205,250. The Apple 1, the first Apple computer (1976), with the original packaging, a letter from Steve Jobs, &c. sold for £133,250, and the Enigma Machine made £67,250. A first edition of Smith's Wealth of Nations fetched £157,250.