On the left is my Radio Shack EC-100 (c: 1973) that I got as a Sophmore in College. I wanted the top of the line Bowmar 901B but my father bought me this cheaper Radio Shack version. Today this EC-100 is a highly sought after collectible.
On the right is my first printing calculator-The Texas Instruments TI-5050 (c: 1975). This historic calculator with its quiet thermal printer was the first hand held calculator to print in a "parallel" manner.
1. Repeal of Obamacare and the Medicare surtax of 0.9% on earned income and
Belmont Clock Company
My cousin John and I built 10 exact reproduction George Hatch "Keyhole" clocks during 2009. George Hatch was a fine clock maker from Massachusetts in the mid to late 1800's.
Our 2nd project was completed in October 2012
John and I built 10 exact reproduction E. Howard Number 6 clocks (amassive 58 inches in length)
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