A W Faber 332

(12.5cm Scale Pocket rule, Mannheim, School use)

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A W Faber 332 (1930)
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Image Summary
System: Mannheim
Specialization: School use
Type: Closed frame
Material: Pearwood
Facings: Celluliod
Scale Length: 12.5cm No of Scales: 4
Front Length: 142mm Front Width: 24mm
Language: English Origin: Bavaria
Date: 1930, October
Features/Notes: Pocket rule
Scales (colours as shown)
Front: A [ B, C ] D Back: -
Labels Left: - Labels Left: -
Labels Right: - Labels Right: -
Style: Normal Typeface: Serif
Extensions: - Decimals: As units between 1 & 2 on C & D
Gauge Marks: p (3.14) on A, B, C & D
C (1.13) on C
C1 (3.57) on C
Rulers: -
Features/Notes: -
Construction
Stock: Single piece solid stock.
Braced with longitudinal metal strips (DRP 206428, 1908).
Square top and bottom edges.
High cursor grooves both cut parallel to front face.
Flat back.
Front celluloid faced, secured with wooden pins (DRGM 371190, 1908).
Length x Width x Height (mm) - 142 x 24 x 6.5
Slide: Single sided
Braced with longitudinal metal strips (DRP 206428, 1908)
Celluliod faced on both sides, secured with wooden pins (DRGM 371190, 1908)
Front face width (mm) - 10.5
Cursor: Single piece moulded plastic.
Left end riveted steel spring on top runner.
Single central full length hairline.
Width x Height (mm) - 24 x 27
Printing (colours as shown)
Stock: "332" + scales logo + "A.W. FABER" in the centre of the well, sans-serif.
"MADE IN BAVARIA." in the centre of back, sans serif.
Slide: -
Cursor: -
Labels: None
Instructions
None
Box (colours as shown)
Style: Square L x W x D mm: 162 x 35 x 15
Material: Cardboard Colour: Completely covered in tape hence details unknown.
Construction: 2 part, internal sleeve join.
Printing: Unknown
Labels: Unknown
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