List of all original Apple-1.
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Note: This is the 69th entry in the list and not the 69th Apple-1 produced. The Apple-1 does not have a serial number.
The system is known as the “Toggle Switch” Apple-1 since it has an original Byte Shop case but has a toggle power switch and neon power indicator.
Partly visible stamp on the back. Maybe it was a round stamp with an "8" in the middle.
The unit was given to by the original owner to a friend in the late 1980’s in San Jose California. It was purchased from the Byte Shop in late 1976. He stored it in his attic until early 2016 when Corey Cohen purchased it and got it running in March 2016.
It was on exhibition at Vintage Computer Festival West 2019 at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View.
VCF East XI Apple-1 demonstration by Corey Cohen
Apple-1 powerup on the 40th Anniversary & Birthday of Apple
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Nov 16, 2021
Mar 31, 2018: Components
May 27, 2019: Number/Sticker/Stamp info
Aug 09, 2019: 1 picture(s) added
Aug 09, 2019: History
Oct 20, 2021: Additional information
Nov 03, 2021: Component detail added
Nov 16, 2021: Working condition
Nov 16, 2021: Labels / stamps added
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