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Specialist's Notes

The Apple® //e series was Apple's follow-on to the Apple II Plus series. It introduced the ability to display lowercase characters, an 80-column text mode (with a standard expansion card), and higher-resolution graphics modes. It was also the first Apple computer to use custom chips.

Together, the keyboard and motherboard markings of this unit suggest it is a 'revision B' version of the machine (which provided the 'double high-resolution' graphics mode), manufactured in either 1983 or 1984.

  • Estimate

    USD 300.00 - 500.00

  • Description

    APPLE COMPUTER, INC.
    An Apple® //e Computer

    An Apple® //e system unit, marked underneath as model
    A2S2064, serial number 270616, off-white plastic case, keyboard with
    large white lettering on beige keycaps, power supply, motherboard
    marked as part 820-0064-B (C) 1982 Apple Computer.

    With: external 5.25in. floppy drive marked disk II on the front,
    model number A2M0003, serial number 1131000 on the rear.
    4.25in. (10.8cm.) x 15.25in. (38.7cm.) x 17.75in. (45.1cm.)

  • Lot Notes

    PROVENANCE

    From a private collection

  • Condition Report

    Light marks, scratches, faded coloration, and signs of general wear consistent with age. Please note given the age of the electronics we cannot guarantee the functioning electrical integrity of this lot. This equipment has been working but nonetheless we suggest the buyer contact a certified computer engineer before using the device.

  • Additional Charge Details


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    Payment:

    You must pay the full amount due (comprising the hammer price, buyer’s premium, any applicable value added, sales or compensating use tax or equivalent tax, any and all shipping expenses, including costs, packing and handling, any loss damage liability fees and all other applicable charges) no later than 11:59 p.m. (EST) on July 1st, 2013. This applies even if you wish to export the lot and an export license is, or may be, required. You will not acquire title and own the lot until all amounts due to Christie’s have been received by Christie’s in full, cleared funds.

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    Delivery:
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    Non-payment:

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    (ix) To take such other action as we deem necessary or appropriate.

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