Apple 1 in working order up for auction

A working Apple 1 computer is up for auction in Germany on November 16, featuring its original software and packaging.

The lot is expected to sell for between $300,000 and $500,000, with a recent Apple 1 in similar condition selling for $671,400, the current record. The original Apple 1 sold for just $666


The unit is number 46 of 50 original Apple 1 computers hand-built and designed by Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, each unit carries his signature. This lot features the original Apple 1 circuit board and monitor, along with the case, keyboard, power components and cassette player.

The unit is in exquisite condition. The original packaging, manuals and components make this lot one of a kind, and absolute gem of the early tech world, and a fundamental piece of Apple’s history.


Via: MacRumors

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  • DrewPage

    An important part of computing history (and also a fire waiting to happen, haha).  I don’t have one of these obviously, but I do have an original Macintosh, made in September 1984, and it still works (and in almost mint condition!).  I have the original Apple MacPaint and MacWrite diskettes too (which also work).  Pretty cool stuff.