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35s Name plate? - Mark W - 09-04-2008

Mine didn't include the traditional stick on name plate, though there clearly is a space for one on the back. Was there supposed to be one?


Re: 35s Name plate? - Ed Look - 09-04-2008

Name plate?

I own a few old HPs and none ever came with a name plate, starting with my old 34C.


Re: 35s Name plate? - bill platt - 09-04-2008

You must have a 48GX: they came with plates. Most HP calculators did not--though I don't know which ones other than the 48GX did.


Re: 35s Name plate? - V-PN - 09-04-2008

Quote:
You must have a 48GX: they came with plates. Most HP calculators did not--though I don't know which ones other than the 48GX did.

BUT
you could make one yourself or
have it engraved in a jewerly store or on some (apartment/car/etc)key maker shop


Re: 35s Name plate? - Les Bell - 09-04-2008

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You must have a 48GX: they came with plates. Most HP calculators did not--though I don't know which ones other than the 48GX did.

My 48GX didn't. However, the 45 I bought new in 1974 came with a silvery adhesive label you could type on and stick to the calc. I think that was true at least until after the 65, maybe even the 55.

Best,

--- Les

[http://www.lesbell.com.au]


Re: 35s Name plate? - Thomas Radtke - 09-05-2008

My 48G did :-)