This Apple-1 has a handwritten number on the back like many first batch Apple-1. 01-0052. It seems to be original and Apple-1 #20 in the Apple-1 got the same number which seems to be original as well.
A conversation about the reason for it was going on between Corey Cohen, Achim Baqué and the two owners in 2019. A number of reasons are possible but it will not be possible to clarify it.
Currently located in New Jersey and changed hands in 2019.
Original Apple-1 Cassette Adapter Board (ACI), vintage SWTPC Keyboard, vintage power supply, vintage Sanyo monitor in wooden case and unassembled Apple-1 expansion board from Electronic Systems. Original Apple-1 Operations Guide, original Apple Cassette Interface manual, SWTPC Keyboard manual, a period Xerox of an Apple-1 Basic language manual and a note from Daniel Kottke, one of the first Apple employees from December 1978 regarding updating the Apple-1 to run newer software.
PIA not original.
Dec 27, 2019
Dec 27, 2019: Newly added to the Apple-1 Registry
Dec 27, 2019: Handwritten number, label or stamp info added. Location added. Components added. State added. Equipment added
Dec 27, 2019: Description
Dec 27, 2019: 13 picture(s) added
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