List of all original Apple-1.
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Note: This is the 57th entry in the list and not the 57th Apple-1 produced. The Apple-1 does not have a serial number.
Sticker 4062 and stamp 6 on front and sticker 43 on back. Most chips were pulled prior to Glen acquiring it.
Many replacement chips have been found.
Hasn't been powered up.
Monlythic caps and GE14F diodes.
Acquired from a high school student 1980 while working as a tech at Computerland/Belmont - Mike Willegal thinks this was probably an unsold unit.
There was a twin to this unit, acquired from the same high school student, by John Burr, co-owner of the ComputerLand/Belmont, but it's current status is unknown.
The owner contacted the Apple-1 Registry in April 2020 and confirmed, that this Apple-1 exist.
Apr 12, 2020
May 16, 2019: Verification status. Description. History
May 27, 2019: Number/Sticker/Stamp info
Apr 12, 2020: Verification status. History
Apr 12, 2020: Description of picture(s)/video(s)
Apr 12, 2020: Owner added
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