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12-22-2004 @ 9:17 AM                          
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Posted by SECS on 04/26/2004
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I am a collector interested in vintage stock ticker machines and any items related to them. Please contact me with any interesting pieces.


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Posted by Bob Gillson on 07/08/2004
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A friend has a Western Union stock ticker, on the original stand, that he is interested in selling. The black metal cover has a large WESTERN UNION brass plate attached. There is also a tage wish reads: CND-12 WPG Grain, 9-A TICKER-5 UNIT CODE. I do not know anything about these machines but this machine, and stand, do appear to be all orignial and in very nice condition. The lady who he obtained it from said that it was already out of use and in storage when her husband became the Western Union Agent in town in 1940. I'm assuning that it is from the late 20's - early 30's. Is this anything you would be interested in?

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Posted by Caleb Stewart on 05/23/2004
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I have a stock ticker made for the Dow Jones Company. My Dad was an editor at the Boston Globe and the Boston Herald. I think this one came from the Herald.

I would like to sell the ticker. The electrics are made by Holtzer-Cabot.

Drop a line if you or someone you know is interested.

Thanks,

Caleb Stewart
Belmont, MA

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Posted by Chef Dave on 05/20/2004

I have a friend with an antique ticker she would like to sell, but we have no reliable pricing available to us. How can I find out what to look for, what to ask, etc.


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