I've been picking at this for a few weeks, thought I would share the progress.
I was able to find an early Apple II Rev. 0 board a few months back, (replica I assume) and thought I would build up the board. I used vintage gold pin Augat sockets instead of the Robinson-Nugent sockets Apple used back in the day. I'm partial to Augats, as I've been using them for decades and they've proven to be quite reliable over time.
I've posted a link to the front & back of the finished board Here: (files are a bit too big to U/L here...)
I used vintage Augats that were (back in the day) color-coded. Red being 14-pin and Green being 16-pin. That idea never really caught on, I'm guessing because folks were used to plain black. There are some obvious differences besides the sockets that show, such as many of the IC's are dated in the 80'sand 90's, but I was able to get a good set of the gold 16K memory chips and an original late production ceramic & gold Rockwell 6502 Microprocessor. The Integer basic chips are originals and I've added the Inspector/Dr. Watson pair to compliment the setup. Memory select jumpers were hand made. I found some on eBay but the seller wants $50 for a set of 3, so I decided to make my own. (not that hard & MUCH less expensive) The board is fully functional and starts up 'strangely' as designed. (Powers up with screen garbage, hit Reset for prompt, then hit Ctrl-B for Integer Basic) Pretty primitive as Apple ]['s go, but kinda neat at the same time.
So, what should I give it for a serial number? :-)
Thinking about modding up a case for it with no vents.