The Apple-1 Registry

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Note: This is the 7th entry in the list and not the 7th Apple-1 produced. The Apple-1 does not have a serial number.

'Computer Closet Collection' Apple-1 - number 7 in the Registry

18 pictures published.

Version

1st batch

Serial number, stamp, label

01-0050
Verified handwriting of Steve Jobs
List of all serial numbers.

Location

USA, NY

Verification

Known to registry caretaker or expert. According to pictures.

Condition

Working condition

Owner

Owner Kevin Lenane

Serial number on the back written by Steve Jobs

A forensic analysis confirms that the serial number on the back of this Apple-1 is Steve Jobs' handwriting. More information.


Website(s)

TheApple-1.com (owner website)


Description

White 6502 and disc capacitors.A lot of wires added to the proto area by original owner. Probably keyboard shift lock circuit. Mix of plastic and gold topped purple ceramic DRAM.
Handwritten number 01-0050 on the back. Next to it a faded stamp.


History

Purchased at the VCF 2.0 in 1998 by a Microsoft employee.
Purchased in 2021 by Achim Baqué.
This Apple-1 and 2 others were at PSA for forensic examination. Kevin Lenane really wanted to have an Apple-1. Since January 2022 the new owner of the Apple-1 is Kevin Lenane from NY, USA. It was a swap deal between Achim Baqué and Kevin Lenane. Details are confidential.
Achim introduced Kevin to Daniel Kottke. Daniel offered to bring back the Apple-1 to working condition and end of March Kevin and Daniel met. It is now working.
It is up for auction ending May 22, 2022. Update about the result will follow...


Auctioned

1998, 2022


Components

White ceramic CPU MOS MCS 6502 (1576), plastic AMI S6820 PIA (7601), 8 KB mix of plastic and ceramic DRAM. Blue capacitors.


Equipment

No Apple Cassette Interface.In April 2022 owner Kevin added a replica ACI and monitor.


State

Chips added to the breadboard including wires on the back. Wires added to the breadboard front and back. 4 KB original DRAM, 4 KB ceramic DRAM 4096J from 1977 (7708). Missing PROM A1. One big blue capacitor replaced. Daniel Kottke added a replica PROM A1 in April 2022.


Last update

May 07, 2022


Change log (since March 20, 2018)

Jun 13, 2019: Handwritten number, label or stamp info. Components. State. Equipment added. Description
Jun 13, 2019: 9 picture(s) added
Jun 13, 2019: Location
Jun 23, 2019: State
Nov 01, 2021: Owner added. Location. History
Nov 01, 2021: 6 picture(s) added
Nov 01, 2021: Verification status
Nov 01, 2021: Website(s) added
Nov 16, 2021: Working condition
Nov 16, 2021: Serial number. Labels / stamps added. Verification info added. Verification status
Jan 15, 2022: 3 picture(s) added
Jan 15, 2022: Owner. Location. History
Apr 09, 2022: History
May 07, 2022: Auctions. State. Equipment. History


Change log for all Apple-1.


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