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05/21/2018 12:44 PM
1940’S UNDERWOOD MANUAL ADDING MACHINE
Size: 15” x 8” x 12”
Comments: A vintage 1940’s manual adding machine by Underwood. This has a hand cranking mechanism to advance the paper roll. Housed in old black plastic it does have fading to the keys and a ¼” chip on the front to the plastic case. Currently does not print as it needs ink or ribbon. Would look great in a 1940’s office setting!
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