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 32th entry in the list and not the 32th Apple-1 produced. The Apple-1 does not have a serial number.

'Byte Shop 48' Apple-1 - number 32 in the Registry

2 pictures published.


1st batch

Handwritten number, stamp, label

List of all numbers.




Existence verified. According to pictures.


This board is missing ram and some power supply regulators


Information from Chris Espinosa: It was discovered in the Bandley 3 building of Apple in 1985 and is in private hands in Palo Alto. Its general provenance is that it was sold by the Byte Shop, exchanged for an Apple II in the buyback, held in a storage cabinet across several building moves, and rescued from the recycling bin when an office was cleaned out.


no auction


White ceramic MOS 6502 CPU, plastic AMI S6820 PIA, missing DRAM, all blue capacitors.


Very good.

Last update

Aug 26, 2018

Change log (since March 20, 2018)

May 26, 2018: 2 picture(s) added
May 26, 2018: Components
May 26, 2018: State added
May 26, 2018: Components (shortlist)
Aug 26, 2018: Verification info added. Verification status. History added

Change log for all Apple-1.

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