Mike Willegal's Apple-1 Registry

Mission statement

The Apple-1 Registry is a list of all known Apple-1 computer. The purpose of the Apple-1 Registry is to preserve information, history, whereabouts and condition of the few remaining Apple-1 computer. Independent, free to use, not influenced by the interests of any individual, company or organization and without any rating system. Any Apple-1 computer is an important piece of history. The Apple-1 Registry was handed over by Mike Willegal to Achim Baqué.

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All known original Apple-1 computer

If you are a first time visitor and not familiar with iconic Apple-1 computer please read first all information. To learn about components on the Apple-1 mainboard click here.

40 verified and 27 more or less verified = 67 Apple-1 + 13 which might exist or could be double listed + 4 maybe no longer exist. Please read the notes.

Only more or less verified Apple-1 are listed here. Click here for the list with sort and filter option.

The simple list is available just in case the list with sort and filter may not work on some devices. It is for example a known issue of older iOS.

USA, Mountain View on display
1st batch
Verified
5 pictures
with history
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB plastic/ceramic DRAM
Partly white DRAM
USA
1st batch 01-0032
Almost verified
1 picture

Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB plastic/ceramic DRAM
Mix of plastic and purple/gold ceramic DRAM
unknown
1st batch 01-0050 (maybe)
Almost verified
External picture(s)
with history
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB plastic/ceramic DRAM
USA, Georgia, Atlanta on display
1st batch
Almost verified
1 picture
with history
Aug. 2010
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB plastic DRAM
USA, CA
1st batch 01-0024, stamp 7
Verified
10 pictures, 1 video
with history
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB plastic DRAM
Amazing dedication/signature of Woz. Some components on the proto area. 32 KB DRAM.
unknown
1st batch 01-0053
Verified
18 pictures
with history
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB plastic DRAM
Built in briefcase.
unknown
1st batch 01-0040, stamp 7
Almost verified
2 pictures
with history
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB plastic DRAM
USA
1st batch 01-0068
Verified
11 pictures
with history
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB plastic DRAM
USA, Georgia, Roswell
1st batch 01-0013
Verified
15 pictures, 1 video
with history
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB plastic DRAM
Wooden case
Germany, Karlsruhe
1st batch 01-0073, stamp 7
Verified
15 pictures
with history
May 2016
Ceramic CPU, ceramic PIA, 8 KB plastic DRAM
Rack mount, keyboard in wooden case, bill, Apple letter, some components on the proto area.
USA
1st batch
Almost verified
1 picture
with history
Ceramic CPU, plastic DRAM
Wooden case
unknown
1st batch 01-0046
Verified
External picture(s), 1 video
with history
Nov. 2013
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB plastic DRAM
Original box and documentation, framed in 1993
Italy
1st batch 01-0025
Verified
1 picture, 1 video
with history
July 2013
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB plastic DRAM
USA
1st batch 01-0070
Verified
1 picture
with history
Oct. 2014
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB plastic DRAM
Record auction 905,000 US$
USA
1st batch 01-0052
Almost verified
1 picture
with history
Plastic DRAM
Wooden case
USA
1st batch Stamps 7 and L
Verified

with history and story
Jan. 2010
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, 4 KB plastic RAM
Germany, Euskirchen
1st batch 01-0060, stamp 7
Verified
29 pictures, 2 videos
with history
June 2018
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, 4 KB plastic DRAM, upgraded to 8 KB RAM
USA, CA, San Jose
1st batch 01-0019
Verified
1 picture
with history
Ceramic CPU, ceramic PIA, 8 KB plastic/ceramic DRAM
Unique power supply.
Australia, Sydney
1st batch
Verified
3 pictures
with history
Plastic CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB plastic DRAM
In briefcase.
USA
1st batch
Verified
1 picture
with history
Plastic CPU, ceramic PIA, 8 KB plastic DRAM
1st ever delivered Apple-1. Handled to Liza Loop by Steve Wozniak.
Italy, Sicily, Palermo
1st batch 01-0078, stamp 7 and stamp QC
Almost verified
45 pictures
with history
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB plastic DRAM
Original shipping box, printer SWTPC PR-40
USA, Chicago
1st batch
Verified
External picture(s), 1 video
with history
Dec. 2014
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, plastic DRAM
Keyboard wooden case, in a blue metal enclosure.
Germany, Munich on display
1st batch 01-0022, stamp 7
Verified
32 pictures, 7 videos
with history and story
Apr. 2015
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB plastic DRAM
Unique case
unknown
1st batch 01-0048
Verified
2 pictures
with history
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, missing DRAM
unknown
1st batch 01-0057
Verified
29 pictures
with history and story
Oct. 2015
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB plastic/ceramic DRAM
Metal case, added board.
Switzerland, Bern
2nd batch NTI Stamp 77
Almost verified
3 pictures

Ceramic CPU, pastic PIA, 8 KB plastik DRAM
Metal case.
unknown
1st batch 01-0005
Almost verified

with history and story
South Korea, Jeju Island on display
2nd batch NTI
Almost verified
1 picture
with history
2000, Sept. 2010, June 2012, May 2013
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB plastic DRAM
Germany, Paderborn on display
2nd batch NTI Sticker with number 75
Verified
10 pictures
with history
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB plastic DRAM
Great Britain, London
2nd batch NTI
Almost verified
2 pictures

Wooden case
Asia
2nd batch NTI
Verified
2 pictures, 2 videos
with history
Nov. 2012
Plastic CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB plastic DRAM
Italy, Torino
2nd batch NTI Sticker with number 82, Stamp 6
Almost verified
19 pictures, 6 videos
with history
Nov. 2009, Nov. 2010
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, plastic DRAM
USA, WA, Seattle on display
2nd batch NTI
Verified
1 picture
with history
Plastic CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB plastik DRAM
Wooden case with keyboard
USA
2nd batch NTI Sticker with number 4062
Verified

with history
Plastic CPU, plastic DRAM
USA
2nd batch NTI
Verified
9 pictures, 1 video
with history
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB plastic DRAM
USA, CA, Mountain View
2nd batch NTI
Almost verified
1 picture
with history and story
Nov. 2015
Ceramic 6800 CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB plastic DRAM
CPU 6800 instead of 6502.
USA, Colorado, Aspen
2nd batch NTI
Verified
15 pictures
with history
Ceramic CPU, purbple PIA, 8 KB plastic DRAM
South Korea
2nd batch NTI
Almost verified
2 pictures
with history
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB plastic DRAM
Japan
2nd batch NTI Stamp 8, sticker with number 37
Almost verified
External picture(s)
with history
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB pastic DRAM
unknown
2nd batch NTI
Almost verified
1 picture
with history and story
Ceramic CPU
unknown
2nd batch NTI
Verified
External picture(s)
with history
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB pastic DRAM
USA, Montana, Bozeman on display
2nd batch NTI
Almost verified
External picture(s)

Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB plastic DRAM
Scotland, Einburgh on display
2nd batch NTI
Verified
2 pictures
with history and story
Ceramic CPU, plastic DRAM
In briefcase
USA, Arizona
2nd batch NTI Sticker with number 37
Almost verified
1 picture
with history
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB plastic DRAM
USA
2nd batch NTI Sticker 4062 and 49, stamp 6
Verified
13 pictures, 1 video
with history
Sept. 2017
Was unpopulated until 2017. Now ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB plastic DRAM
USA
2nd batch NTI Sticker with number 49
Almost verified
2 pictures
with history
Sept. 2009
Ceramic CPU, ceramic PIA, 8 KB ceramic DRAM
USA, Washington DC
1st batch
Almost verified
4 pictures
with history
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, plastic RAM
USA
1st batch Stamp 7
Verified
External picture(s), 1 video
with history
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB plastic DRAM
USA
?
Almost verified


UAE, Dubai
2nd batch NTI Sticker 39, Stamp 6
Almost verified
11 pictures, 1 video
with history
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB plastic DRAM
USA, California
2nd batch NTI Sticker 4062, stamp 6
Verified
1 picture
with history
Plastic CPU, ceramic PIA, plastic DRAM
USA, New Jersey Shore
2nd batch NTI Partly visible stamp
Verified
11 pictures, 2 videos
with history
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB plastic DRAM
Wooden case
USA, WA, Seattle on display
2nd batch NTI
Almost verified
1 picture
with history and story
Plastic CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB plastic DRAM
Unique protoype case
unknown
?
Almost verified
5 pictures
with history
Artistic wooden case built by Chris Espinosa!
unknown
1st batch 01-0059
Verified
External picture(s), 1 video
with history
Sept. 2015
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB plastic DRAM
Wooden case (white)
unknown
2nd batch NTI
Verified
External picture(s)
with history
June 2017
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, 12 KB plastic/ceramic DRAM
Green metal case.
unknown
1st batch 01-0028, stamp 7
Verified
External picture(s)
with history
Dec. 2017
Ceramic CPU, ceramic PIA, 8 KB plastic DRAM
Wooden case
Great Britain, London
1st batch Stamp 7
Verified
External picture(s)
with history
Aug. 2016
Ceramic CPU, ceramic PIA, 8 KB ceramic DRAM
unknown
2nd batch NTI Stamp
Almost verified
External picture(s)
with history
June 2016
Ceramic CPU, ceramic PIA, 8 KB plastic DRAM
USA, Oregon, Tualatin
1st batch 01-0074
Almost verified
12 pictures
with history
Plastic CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB ceramic RAM
Wire wrap card with BASIC EPROM
unknown
1st batch see description, stamp 7
Verified
11 pictures, 2 videos
with history
Sept. 2018
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB plastic DRAM
Unusual handwritten number on the back, see description
USA, Florida, Boca Raton
2nd batch NTI
Verified
20 pictures
with history and story
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB plastic DRAM.
Wooden Case. Printed number 77 in the lower right corner.
Germany, Euskirchen
1st batch 01-0044
Verified
7 pictures
with history and story
Dec. 2018
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB ceramic DRAM
USA, California
1st batch -
Verified
1 picture
with history
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, 4K plastic DRAM
Germany, Euskirchen
2nd batch NTI
Verified
6 pictures
with history
March 2019
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA, 8 KB ceramic DRAM
USA, California
2nd batch NTI Label 4062
Almost verified
4 pictures, 2 videos
with history
Ceramic CPU, plastic PIA

Notes

'More or less confirmed': To the best of our knowledge and belief, evidence is almost given or obvious. Many times current owner is unknown, pictures might be old etc.!
Working condition: Most Apple-1 could be operational again – depending on how much effort you spend or how much parts you are willing to change.
Last operation: The year of last operation is bot listed for good reason. After every power-up no Apple‑1 owner would announce this to the Apple‑1 Registry and this information would be obsolete very soon.
Accuracy: No guarantee can be given for the accuracy of any information. If you have more information please feel free to contact me. Many very good replica of Apple-1 exist. Even with date code correct components. Anyone interested in buying Apple‑1 have to keep this in mind. Hobbyist usually building replica for private use. Even some museums using replica.
Production: All Apple‑1 were produced in two batches spring and fall 1976. There is no serial number issued by Apple. Apple Computer supplied only the mainboard, Cassette Interface Adapter and manuals. No case, power supply or keyboard. The Apple-1 was the first Apple computer and the beginning of a success story.
Number of existing Apple‑1: It may look like many Apple-1 are available but it is getting harder to buy an Apple-1 every year. Many Apple‑1 are now owned by museums or companies and will never be for sale again. Next year’s more and more Apple‑1 will ‘disappear’ from the market because less private people owning an Apple‑1. Someday it will be nearly impossible to buy an Apple‑1.

Last update: May 17, 2019
Technical info: For much better performance all pictures are significantly reduced in size through admin by using efficient compressing tools for pictures shown on the web.


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