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1935 Exhibit Gateway - Questions

By dr_regor

3 days ago



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    #1 3 days ago

    Hi,

    Sorry if this is a repeated question. I acquired a 1935 Exhibit Gateway. I have not found a lot of data on this machine, as such I am wondering what archival information I should be collecting? I am recording serial numbers and pictures to upload to ipdb.org etc. Are there other things that should noted or cataloged?

    I will note this machine is in very rough shape, or I would be a lot more worried about having what I believe is a rare machine. The legs are water damaged and split, the table is oddly in decent shape. The cabinet made a nice home for mice for many years. I'm pretty sure it will be a complete tear down/rebuild. So far its been a lot of rust removal, disinfecting and figuring out how the mechanics work, which has been fun.

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    #2 2 days ago

    Very cool. Looks like an ambitious project but wil be pretty when done.

    #3 2 days ago

    Nice machine I like the kicker at the bottom.

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