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Old 04 February 2003, 19:39   #1
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Question Vintage 1970's Commodore Calculator

I bought a vintage Commodore calculator from a car boot sale a few months ago. It caught my attention because of the lovely pouch that comes with it has the big C logo on the front. I want to know if anyone here has any information on it or know what it's worth today? I picked it up for 10p. It comes with the carrier pouch and also a manual. It definitely looks like it's from the 1970's because it has an almost PET look about it. The screen is a red reflecting thing it's not LCD like modern calculators. It has the C logo in the top left hand corner and the words CBM under the display. Unfortunately it doesn't work anymore because the batteries must have leaked and corroded all the battery connection bits. I wonder if it's repairable? Anyway any info would be great as I know nothing about this calculator. On the back of the calculator it has a Model Number: 776M.

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