Mine was purchased 1978 and is A2S1-3465
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I no longer have my personal original Apple II (S/N 3283) that I had from childhood. My current Rev. 0 is This One.
She's prettier than my first one, doesn't look like it was used as much. Mine was the original home of my BBS back in the early 80's until my II+ and IIe eventually took over (and the BBS became an AE line)
I'd love to see more photos of your machine. Always liked the II series. C'mon, show it off!
I don't quite understand how this forum's reply editing works. It's not like most I use. Like I want to insert a photo, but all I can do is insert a photo tag. I get nothing to click on to browse and upload a photo, but in my first post I did.
What is the secret?
It's Drupal... Attachments, Only on the First Post...
You can Create content, and then Link to it from Later Posts.
I know we have a member here with a perfect sub 50 serial number. So that would be the oldest that I know of in public hands.
Jef Raskin had #2 - I assume that it is still held by the family. I've never seen a prototype - they existed in at least two forms (hand wired by Woz and PCB). One of those would be the cat's meow of Apple II collectables. It wouldn't surprise me if one of the early Apple engineers didn't have one stashed away.
#2 and sub 50 is amazing! wow
Thanks on informing me on how attachments work.
I have #47 fully functional and very nice condition.