This is a rare mint-condition non-electric adding machine dripping with deco style. Though this machine is highly functional for those who know how to use it, it is above all simply drop-dead gorgeous. I mean, geez...look at those emerald keys against that rich brown bakelite! But if you can get past simply gazing at it and want to put it to work, you'll be happy to know it works perfectly. This rare machine is in mint functional and aesthetic condition. Quite heavy, as you can imagine. By the way, we love the fact that the Victor company is still alive and well and operating in the USA...not something that can be said very often about the storied US companies of yore.
12 D x 7.25 W x 7 H
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