Presented for your consideration is a beautiful old ticker tape machine. This one is solid brass with beveled glass windows. Found in all original condition. One side has the company name and reads, "Harrington-Seaberg F. A. Tel. Co. Moline, Ill. U.S.A." Machine appears to be complete and in very good condition. Still retains some of the paper reel. Not dated but looks like it dates back to the turn of the last century, early 1900's. Guaranteed to be an original. Mounted on a newer piece of wood. Base measures 9" x 5". Machine stands approximately 9" tall to the top of the reel. Please examine photos and feel free to email with any questions. Winning bidder to pay for calculated shipping based on shipping address. (Please scroll down for an exact shipping cost for your location.) International bidders pay actual shipping. Thank You!
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An alert ebayer believes that this stock ticker tape machine to be a telegraph register that possibly could have been used in firehouses, police stations, etc.