First pictures appeared at Applefritter. The board in picture from the museum in Bern is different than the Applefritter pictures, but I'm told the machine in the Applefritter pictures was sold to that museum.
This board got a litlle stamp '77' in the lower right corner on the front!
According to the museum: The case was ordered by the former owner (from Germany) from that German company. To the right of the keyboard was a small metal-paper printer. Our Apple 1 computer was used by a small German company for electronics and precision engineering and was probably purchased directly from Apple in the USA.
The curator of the Apple-1 Registry maybe can identify the owner.
Unique metal case with keyboard (made in Germany). Power supply. Monitor. White Operation Manual (unsure, if it is original), Cassette Interface Manual, Apple-1 advertisement.
Jun 26, 2019
May 23, 2019: Description of picture(s)/video(s)
May 27, 2019: Number/Sticker/Stamp info
May 28, 2019: Museum's website added
Jun 26, 2019: Description of picture(s)/video(s)
Jun 26, 2019: Verification status. Components. Equipment. Description. History added
Jun 26, 2019: 2 picture(s) added
Jun 26, 2019: Additional information
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