|Name and Model Number||Cox's Stadia Computer |
|Country of Origin||USA|
|Date of Manufacture||Copyright by W. & L. E. Gurley, Troy, N.Y., 1899|
|Scale Length||5" diameter|
|Type of Rule||Slide Rule|
|Construction||Cardboard rule in cloth covered folder|
|Area of Use||Topography|
|Comment||This was the fancy model, in clothbound folding cover with Gurley transit ad.
Date 4/6/17 written on Gurley ad by owner.
|Donor||Collection of Clay Castleberry|
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|In conjunction with our 'donors' we assign a rarity rating to each item, based on the system devised by Herman van Herwijnen|
|(1929 - 2004), renowned Dutch collector, author, and creator of Herman's Archive, a collection of 5,000 slide rule images on CD.|
|• RR = Rare - 1 of 25 collectors has one; it may take a year to find an example in the marketplace.|
|• RRR = Very Rare - only a few known to collectors; may be several years before it comes up for sale.|
|• RRRR = Extremely Rare - a museum piece; unlikely that an example will come up for sale.|