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Lovely pictures of a 'cut' Curta on the unmentionable site - BruceH - 05-19-2008

Item no 220233375153, only 4 hours left so look quickly.

I have no relationship with the seller.


Re: Lovely pictures of a 'cut' Curta on the unmentionable site - Trent Moseley - 05-19-2008

Has this machine any relationship with a simimar device made in Liechtenstein (circa 1958), with the hand chank on the side?

tm


Re: Lovely pictures of a 'cut' Curta on the unmentionable site - Charles Oxford - 05-19-2008

You may be thinking of the Alpina which has no connection to Curta. The Alpina is German, I think.


Re: Lovely pictures of a 'cut' Curta on the unmentionable site - Walter B - 05-20-2008

A real marvel!

The seller said to be located in M√ľnchen - immediately brought to my mind the "Deutsches Museum" there: hope they do not miss anything d;?


Re: Lovely pictures of a 'cut' Curta on the unmentionable site - Frank Boehm (Germany) - 05-21-2008

there have been other "cut" Curtas in the past, so this is no unique piece...
obviously needed a lot of dedication to create this one though - nice :)
How about a "cut" HP35? <g>


Re: Lovely pictures of a 'cut' Curta on the unmentionable site - Trent Moseley - 05-21-2008

The machine (devise?) I'm referring to was made in Liechtenstein.

tm