Auction at Bonhams including pictures.
First owner is unknown.
It was sold to Tom Romkey, an Apple level 1 technician since 1981. He owned the 'Personal Computer Store' in Florida. First owner came one day in his shop and traded the Apple-1 for a new NCR PC.
Sold at auction September 21, 2015 at Bonhams for US$ 365,000 (including buyers premium).
Original Apple Cassette Interface (NTI) with triangle stamp and letter G in the middle on the back. Power supply (Triad F31-X and F40-X) and white wooden case of unknown date. SWTP keyboard seven keycaps missing) probably from 1976 mounted to the case.
Jun 25, 2019
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