The Apple-1 Registry

List of all original Apple-1. If you are a first time visitor and not familiar with iconic Apple-1 computers, please read all the information first.

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Note: This is the 29th entry in the list and not the 29th Apple-1 produced. The Apple-1 does not have a serial number.

'Sicilian' Apple-1 - number 29 in the Registry

45 pictures published.


1st batch

Serial number, stamp, label

Likely the handwriting of Steve Jobs
List of all serial numbers.


Italy, Sicily, Palermo
Machine Museum Palermo (not open yet)
Facebook page of the Machine Museum

On display

It will be on display next time


In a museum. According to pictures.


Working condition


Owner Giuseppe Forello

Serial number on the back

The serial number on the back of the Apple-1 was most likely written by Steve Jobs. According to available information, a forensic analysis has not yet been performed for this Apple-1. However, for some other Apple-1s with a serial number on the back it has been confirmed that it is Steve Jobs' handwriting. More information.

Museum's website

Museum Italian language only! Museum relocated to Palermo, Sicily


Original shipping box shipped to The Computer Mart of New York, 314 Fifth Ave. Sender is Apple Computer Company, 770 Welch Rd. Suite 154, Palo Alto, CA 94304.
Letter from Mike Markkula (V.P. Marketing) from March 16, 1977 about the Apple-II. Apple-I would be available immediate and Apple-II boards (!) would be available by April 30, 1977. Complete Apple-II systems by May 30, 1977.


Acquired by current owner Giuseppe Forello in 2006 from an American engineer. Centerpiece of the newly forming Machine Museum in Palermo Italy


no auction


White ceramic MOS MCS 6502 CPU (1576), plastic AMI S6820 PIA (7601), 8 KB plastic DRAM


Original Apple Cassette Interface (on the back rectangular stamp with G in the middle). Original shipping box. Cassette Interface Manual, Operation Manual, Product information.
Letter from Mike Markkula.
Datanetics keyboard DC900-0099-0 ASR 33 (CRT BD 02-1661-01 REV B) from May 28, 1976 and stamps 0023, DC Test, DC Test 2. Keyboard adapter. Sony 115 TV monitor. SwTPC PR-40 printer with silver front plate and black instead white reel (could be a prototype). Interface Age Magazine September 1977 with full page Apple ad.

Last update

Nov 16, 2021

Change log (since March 20, 2018)

Mar 24, 2018: Number/Sticker/Stamp info
Mar 26, 2018: Owner added. History. On display status. Location. Geo description
Mar 26, 2018: Description of picture(s)/video(s)
Apr 07, 2018: Description of picture(s)/video(s)
Apr 11, 2018: 36 picture(s) added
Apr 11, 2018: Components (shortlist). Components. Equipment. Number/Sticker/Stamp info. Additional info. Description added. History
Apr 11, 2018: 7 picture(s) added
Apr 11, 2018: Geo description. Website(s) added
Apr 12, 2018: Geo location added. Geo description
Apr 12, 2018: History
Apr 16, 2018: 1 picture(s) added
May 27, 2019: Number/Sticker/Stamp info
May 28, 2019: Museum's website added
Nov 16, 2021: Working condition
Nov 16, 2021: Serial number. Labels / stamps added

Change log for all Apple-1.

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