The Dow Jones
Wall Street Journal News Ticker

Primarily used in the 1950s-1960s, the Dow Jones stocker ticker tape machine was eventually replaced by the invention of the computer. These machines were were known as "broad tape" tickers because they printed on a 5" wide paper. These ticker tape machines communicated stock quotes, telegrams, cables, and other stock market news. The Dow Jones ticker tape machine came with a pair of scissors and a clip board on which stock broker would cut a two foot piece of ticker tape.

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Note: Dow Jones Wall Street Journal News Ticker is sold in as is condition. All sales are final.
Price does not include shipping.

The Dow Jones Wall Street Journal News Ticker
a.k.a Broad Tape Ticker


The Dow Jones ticker tape machine stands approximately 49” (H) X 17” (W) X 10” (Deep). 
It weighs approximately 100lbs. 

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