Contact a John Wolff in Melbourne ajw at internode.on.net
see his web site
. He has a house, a garage and a shed full of
hundreds of calculators, adding machines and comptometers. He also
Mechanical musical instruments.
There is also somewhere in Melbourne a guy (refer to ABC Collectors
show) with over 600 typewriters.
I myself only have about 100, a mixture of calculators, typewriters,
(mostly at least 100 years old) adding and accounting machines, and
slide rules. Not worthy of Nat.Geo.
There is also a computer museum collection (many of them in working
order)in Sydney run by Max Burnet www.acms.org.au
system11 at bigpond.com
From: cctech-bounces at classiccmp.org
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] On Behalf Of steven stengel
Sent: Tuesday, 1 November 2011 1:43 PM
To: cctech at classiccmp.org
Subject: Do you have a 'super collection"? Nat Geo wants to know.
I received an email from a National Geographic documentary series and
they're looking for people who have large, amazing collections.
If you or someone you know has an impressive collection of old
anything else, please contact contact:
"Julie Haire" <julie_haire at beyond.com.au>