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 YEAR: 1894
 ITEM: Marketing Material
 PUBLISHER: The Computing Scale Company
RARITY: Not rare   Click here for further information on our rarity scale Information on the rarity of this item is unknown.

Business Letter from The Computing Scale Company

This letter seems to be a response of disgust from a former manager, V.E. Wampler, of The Computing Scale Company of Dayton Ohio, which was a division of IBM at the time...NO IT WASNT..CHECK THIS. The letter dates all the way back to 1894 when the company had a total worth of 160,000 USD. The Computing Scale Company manager seems to be unhappy with his customer, J.S. Famous, as it sounds that Famous had backed out of a deal of some sort to buy one of their scales. It is a wonder if a resolution to this deal was ever able to be made.

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