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Vintage 1970s HP Hewlett Packard 9815A Adding Machine Calculator Computer Old For Sale


Vintage 1970s HP Hewlett Packard 9815A Adding Machine Calculator Computer Old


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Vintage 1970s HP Hewlett Packard 9815A Adding Machine Calculator Computer Old:
$208

This is a Vintage 1970s HP Hewlett Packard 9815A Adding Machine Calculator Computer Business Machine. It is in good condition some wear. I do not know if it all functions work as do not have instructions.. The Calculator works. LED Screen works. Printer prints sometimes but I do not know how to use it and most of the time it prints just --------------. Weighs 15 pounds. Measures 13 ¾ x 13 3/4 . I googled original cost $2900.00. Would be a nice addition to a collection. Buyer to pay shipping. Thanks and good luck.
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