Hallo Jim en de rest, In 1875 I bought a little calculator for Fl 175,- (about $90). Two years ago I moved into this house and I put it somewhere. Yesterday I found it by accident. Suprise: it was an original C= !!! More suprise, it does not show up in THE list. The front says it is a SR-6140R. But the back says it is a SR-6120R, error? Serial number:02361, Made in England. Powersuply 6V, 400 mA. The head of the label says: Solid State C= Portable Electronic Calculator It is hardly readable as the original text, silver on black, has gone and is only readable by holding the C= in such a way in the light that you see dark black characters in a shining black field. A lot of small printing has defenitly gone but the above could be read as it were bigger characters. If anybody has more info, please notify me and Jim. Thanks. Groetjes, Ruud
Archive generated by hypermail 2.1.1.