In wood case (not pictured).
First owner was John Burch.
He sold his Apple-1 to David Larsen.
In late 2015 Win Heagy restored the computer to fully operational mode.
David Larsen sold it to the Computer Museum of America in Roswell, Georgia.
Wooden case including keyboard and power supply (Triads from 1975 and 1976). Preliminary Basic Manual. Original Apple Cassette Interface. Original cassette with Dis-assembler. Apple Product Information. Retail price list.
David Larsen presenting this Apple-1
Delivery of the Apple-1 to the Computer Museum of America in Roswell, Georgia.
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