List of all original Apple-1.
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Note: This is the 63th entry in the list and not the 63th Apple-1 produced. The Apple-1 does not have a serial number.
Unfortunately no picture of the mainboard to verify if it is real or not.
Contrary to all other museums, the Enter Museum did not respond to any request. There are no pictures or further information from the museum. Also, unfortunately, no evidence that the case contains an Apple-1. Third parties inquired for computer blogs, cooperation was promised, but nothing ever arrived. We have to wait and hope.
The nickname of this Apple-1 was changed from Enter Museum to Kunz. According to an interview it is the owner.
According to an interview with owner Felix Kunz, this Apple-1 was found in the 90's on a flea market in San Diego and bought for about 10 US$. The Apple-1 is on loan to the Enter Museum.
There is no evidence whatsoever whether it is simply an empty wooden case or an Apple-1 in the case.
No picture, no verification.
Wooden case with keyboard, white operation manual. Cassette recorder.
Apr 30, 2021
May 16, 2019: Verification status added
Jun 23, 2019: Location. Geo description
Apr 30, 2021: Description of picture(s)/video(s)
Apr 30, 2021: Description. History
Apr 30, 2021: Name
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