Tag Archives: WWII Tags

The $2000.00 6300 Class machine . . . What?

I have been asked to explain why in my previous post I said a Graphotype machine is not worth $5000.00, yet there is another machine on eBay listed for $2000.00 . . . Yes, I agree with you there is a 6300 Class machine listed for $2000.00 on eBay.  So the question has to be asked – […]

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Addressograph Model 70 Patent Information

The notch in the WWII dog tag was not a tooth notch; the notch was for correct loading and registration when a tag was used in conjunction with an Addressograph Model 70 medical printer.  If the tag or “plate” was loaded incorrectly (backwards and/or upside down) the Addressograph Model 70 would not function and could […]

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Excerpt #1 – War Time Memories

War Time Memories – “A Brief Record of the activities of Addressograph-Multigraph Ltd., in the years 1939-1945” By Addressograph-Multigraph Part One – Chapter IV Pages 36-38 Author: William Freeman Addressograph-Multigraph Machines on War Work Early in the war the board of Trade set up a special department, known as the Directorate of Office Machinery, to […]

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