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兵庫県三木市淡河の豊助饅頭の陳列ケースで見つけた算盤です。

兵庫県三木市淡河の豊助饅頭の陳列ケースで見つけた算盤です。

How to Calculate Yardage for Windows, curtains, draperies. If calculating yardage intimidates you (me, too) then go here because you get to think if it in COLORS and not just NUMBERS! Brilliant! (Right-brained people; rejoice !!)

How to Calculate Fabric Yardage for Window Coverings, Drapes, and Curtains

Adding Machines.  Can you imagine running a tape on every loan account every month and not making a mistake. The balance on the account sheets & the balance on the books had to match. If your fingers didn't hit the right keys, then you started over again. Comes from experience.

Adding machine (calculator) - learned to operate this in my office machines class in high school.

Grocery List on adding machine tape paper from office supply store. Just tear off when you're ready to shop!  I want to make these!

Crafty finds for your inspiration! No.5

I love this idea, but would probably get made fun of a bit if I did it. An accountant using tape for a grocery list! Grocery List on adding machine paper from office supply store. Just tear off when you're ready to shop!

Need a place to jot your thoughts? Skip the trip to the office supply store with this project from the School and Community Reuse Action Project.

How-Tuesday: Make a Hanging Notepad

Hanging note pad using adding machine paper roll for shopping/grocery lists to stick to budget.

Pascal's calculating machine, 1642. Replica, made by E Rognon in 1926. Blaise Pascal (1623-1662), was France's most celebrated mathematician and physicist. This calculator is an exact replica of an original calculating machine preserved in the Conservatoire des Arts et Metiers at Paris. It was completed by Pascal when he was only 19 to aid his father in his business. Designed for addition and subtraction, it used a stylus to move the number wheels. sciencemuseum.org.uk

Pascal's calculating machine, 1642. Replica, made by E Rognon in 1926. Blaise Pascal (1623-1662), was France's most celebrated mathematician and physicist. This calculator is an exact replica of an original calculating machine preserved in the Conservatoire des Arts et Metiers at Paris. It was completed by Pascal when he was only 19 to aid his father in his business. Designed for addition and subtraction, it used a stylus to move the number wheels. sciencemuseum.org.uk

The #calculating #machine of #ThomasHill

History of Computers and Computing, Mechanical calculators, century, Hill

Stunning Photos of the Insides of Antique Calculators (12 pictures)

Stunning Photos of the Insides of Antique Calculators

The Inner Workings of Antique Calculators Dramatically Photographed by Kevin Twomey vintage technology machines

old calculators

Stunning Photos of the Insides of Antique Calculators

The Inner Workings of Antique Calculators Dramatically Photographed by Kevin Twomey vintage technology machines

calculating machine of Hahn (1739-1790) by Johann Christoph Schuster (© Arithmeum Museum, Bonn)

calculating machine of Hahn by Johann Christoph Schuster (© Arithmeum Museum, Bonn)

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