This is a vintage numbering machine made by the American Numbering Machine Co. of New York. It is a 5 Action Model 111 and comes with its original box, instruction and an old tin for the Inked Pads. The setting allows for 5 variations such as Consecutive, Duplicate and Repeat. It’s a sturdy piece with a painted, textured housing, a nickel plated body and what appears to be a red catalin handle. It measures about 5 ¾” high and 2 ½” wide and is in very good working condition.
The box has a picture of the machine on the lid and all of the identifying information on the ends. It measures about 7 ¼” by 3 5/8” by 2 ½” and is in good condition with light wear. The little tin measures about 1 11/16” square and has an unused ink pad inside. There is also a packet that might be an inked pad although I doubt that it would be any good. The in is in nice condition with minimal wear. The instructions has been used repeatedly for testing but are still legible and helpful if this is to be used. I would assume this is from the 1940’s or 50’s.
The pictures are not shown at actual size. Please refer to the description for actual measurements.
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Item ID: 18780