I have an Apple II, serial # 1-129. This item predates the official intro of Apple II since the keyboards, cases and power supplies were not yet available--so I rolled my own (Apple I style)--but the board is real enough, stuffed by Woz personally no less while I observed (I think "payroll" that day was Steve, Steve, Mike, and some kid writing games--all working for future consideration, which of course worked out pretty well for those who took the deal.). The serial # is hand-written in permanent marker as was the matching entry with my name in Woz's black composition notebook reserved for such occasions. I have full documentation (way more than was provided after intro), original color brochure from the First WCCF, canceled check, etc. It works. I have plenty of software, including those audio tapes before DOS came out. Now I am only guessing, but I always assumed the first Apple II was serial #100, a "puffer fish" trick we all learned back at HP. Let's just say I didn't see 128 entries in that book. The black book should be in the Apple archives--it would be interesting to see just how many older machines there once were. I also have a somewhat newer "twin"--same hand-made case, etc.--1979 date code on the mother board. Both are loaded with two floppies, full 64K RAM plus another 64K bank-switch board, etc. I have interest from the Smithsonian on 1-129, but thought I would check around first, since most of their collection is gathering dust in warehouses. I have dust too--so we are awaiting space on the main floor or a better offer. These are the oldest of my collection, which includes a "WOZ" Platinum Apple IIGS, peripherals and software. Interest?