What to do with them
|Speedy Builder5||18/07/2021 15:30:44|
|2648 forum posts|
That is the question, what do you do with a collection of about 6 or 8 mechanical calculators (probably 1930 - 1950 ish). Nothing special there, heavy to post and havn't seen that they make much on auction sites to be worth the effort.
Seems a shame to chuck them away.
|Nick Welburn||18/07/2021 16:13:44|
|134 forum posts|
If your going to chuck them I’d list them and just let them run. You might not make much but they’ll go to a home that wants them.
|old mart||18/07/2021 16:22:44|
|3891 forum posts|
There is a section of Bletchley Park which has an interest in old calculators, yours might be of interest to them.
|Howard Lewis||18/07/2021 18:48:32|
|6305 forum posts|
They will be collectible, so advertise them rather than bin out of hand.
Your local Museum might be interested in giving them a home.
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