Possibly rarest Apple 1 ever for auction

Fred Cisin cisin at xenosoft.com
Fri Jul 22 09:24:11 CDT 2016

>> "Original owner believed to be an early Apple employee ". You have the 
>> current owner who has a receipt from the previous owner who had said he 
>> got it from "maybe" an Apple employee back in 1977.

On Fri, 22 Jul 2016, Corey Cohen wrote:
> The key to this board is the evidence it wasn't part of either of the 
> two known production runs.  It was assembled at a different time.

So, somebody, perhaps an Apple employee, walked off with a board and 
assembled it.
The first gray/black market unauthorized Apple.

Every company has a moment when they realize that they need to tighten up 
inventory control.

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