a clear out at my office, we found a Numeria Comptometer stored away in a
cupboard. I performed a web search to find out more about this machine and
found James Redin's X-Number website, containing your respective e-mail
It appears similar to the 1952 Comptometer version, but it has the additional sterling key for financial calculations and fractions keys. The machine is in good external condition (although it jams when attempting to "clear") and has a dust cover (slightly stained), but no manual. I attach a front and rear photo.
We intend to put the machine on display in our conference room, but before doing so, we would like to find out approximate value for insurance purposes. Would any of you be able to help in that respect? Is there any hope of tracking down a manual? Would it be easy to cure the jamming?
Would appreciate any comments. Thanks, David Arthur