File:PunchedCardPrintingPlate.agr.jpg

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English: Cylindrical printing plate used to print w:punched cards. The object is about 83 mm high and 59 mm in diameter. It was used to print a "power billing data card."
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Author ArnoldReinhold

I took this photo of an object in my possession. The text on the drum is a utilitarian form, only partially depicted and was created before 1972 with no copyright notice.

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