I'm wondering if anyone here has an original Integer BASIC cassette and might be willing to upload an image of it to the wiki commons? There's a serious lack of imagery in the article in en.wiki, and this seems like a reasonable way to spruce it up.
7It might be worth specifying photographic image (of the tape etc) if that's what you mean. When I skim read your question, I assumed binary image, as did Raffzahn when he wrote his answer. Also, the title is "copy of the original", but I think you mean "the original", if that's what you want a photograph of. Mincing words, I know, but consider those for whom English is not their first language.– Nick WestgateFeb 25, 2022 at 2:36
There's an excellent collection of Apple cassette images on the Brutal Deluxe web site, including these images of Apple 1 tapes. In most cases, photographs and file data are available.
Oops. Rereading the questions body makes me think that it's not asking about a copy of the BASIC, as the title implies, but for a photographic image of the cassette it was distributed on.
This Youtube-video of Core Cohen shows what might be a pre-production cassette.
Michael Steil's Pagetable holds what seems to be an image of the production version (Note the green, non-bitten Apple logo from before the multi coloured logo was introduced).
Go an ask, I can't imagine him denying usage for the Wiki.
Integer BASIC had no source code - at least none as one might assume today. Wozniak did code it into a notebook and hand translated it to binary, which he entered using his 256 byte WOZMON.
Eric Smith did a disassembly in 2003.
Jeff Tranter used that disassembly in 2012 to create a CA65 compatible version
Eric Smith also turned it into an assembly source in 2020