Aaron Adding Machines makes devices that are reminiscent of a bygone era.

Designer Andy Aaron makes Victorian-era calculators using antique components such as cranks, levers and heavy switches. To complete their classic design, the calculators are mounted in an antique frame that gives each device a unique look and feel. The calculators are fully functional and can perform basic mathematical operations. Aaron's company only produces a few of these pieces each year, that have prices starting from $5,000.

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Aaron Adding Machines

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