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POST OFFICE INKER No. 128, 1900's

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POST OFFICE INKER No. 128, 1900's

Inkers were used to print dots and dashes on to a strip of paper to enable easier reading; known also as a Direct Writer. This item uses a clockwork motor to drive the paper forward

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