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This Apple-1 board is in beautiful shape, although the computer does not work.
Hand-typed label... No nice labeling apps in those days, and no way to generate a UPS label on the Web.
Shipped from the home of Steve Jobs' parents.
$666.66 didn't buy you a lot in those days. If you bought more than 5, your salesman Steven would give you a $166.66 credit.
This letter describes how to hook up a monitor and keyboard to the machine, as well as when the dealer could expect to see some sort of agreement.
The back of the Apple advertisement, showing the Ron Wayne-designed Isaac Newton logo.
Here's the hand-soldered mother board, with some nice electrical tape holding wires to the board so they don't dangle.
Here's the text for the original Apple ad, showing how the company was revolutionizing personal computing by eliminating the need for a teletype!
The manual was written by Ron Wayne, and apparently the schematics contained in it were drawn by Steve Wozniak.
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