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HEWLETT-PACKARD Fourier Analyser 5451A – Vintage poster – ANONYMOUS – 1972

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Vintage poster HEWLETT-PACKARD Fourier Analyser 5451A

ANONYMOUS

1972

CHF 980.–

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Hewlett-Packard (HP) Fourier Analyzer 5451A, one of the first calculator - computer in the world. A funny photographic poster done by Berkeley University students in 1972. The text "A Frenchman invented it" is written at the base of the miniskirt. It is a joke between the Mathematician Jean-Baptiste Joseph Fourier and the inventor of the miniskirt, both French! One of the oldest computer poster! So seventies! A museum piece.

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