In my private collection are these original Apple-1 computer:
'#1 Copson Apple‑1',
'#2 Dryden Apple‑1',
'#3 Duston-2 Apple‑1',
'#4 Heathcott / Lee Apple‑1',
'#5 Reinemer Apple‑1',
'#6 Flatiron Apple‑1',
'#7 Burr Apple‑1',
'#8 Dreike Apple‑1',
'#9 Scardino Apple‑1'.
and 1,000+ a other vintage computer. Including the very first prototype of the Kenbak-1 computer. Please contact me, if you have computers made before 1984 to offer.
It was bought together with another Apple-1 from someone in California. Until 2019 it was owned by a Computerland owner. It is an original and working Apple-1 from 2nd production run (2nd batch).
The unit arrived due to Corona pandemic in November 2020 in Germany.
It is an Apple-1 including the original Apple Cassette Adapter.
Pictures showing the Apple-1 without ICs. The Apple-1 is in a restoration process and I have no time to finish it soon.
Some history: It was bought together with another Apple-1 from someone in California by John Christopher Burr. He owned a Computerland shop. He had the Apple-1 in a show case in his Computerland shop with a price tag of US$ 1,000,000. Steve Jobs told him, that he should keep it, because it would be worth a lot of money someday.
It was offered in a private deal to me in 2019.