Rare Apple 1 computer goes under the hammer

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A collectors’ item

"It’s a fantastic machine we’d love to have on display and really quite rare, Apple only produced 200 in 1976 as kits, it was the start of personal computing revolution. They were assembled in a garage in Silicon Valley, and sold by Steve Jobs and Steve Wozniak," said Kevin Murrell, co-founder trustee of The National Museum of Computing (TNMOC).

It is thought that there are only 46 left in the world today, making them rare collector’s items. Furthermore only six of these are in fully working condition, one of which is the one being auctioned on the 25th of May.

 

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