1889 First Computer Patent Print - Art of Compiling Statistics - Art Print - Wall Art - Drawing Illustration - Technology Lab Statistics

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1889 First Computer Patent invented by Herman Hollerith. The patent was issued by the United States Patent Office on January 8, 1889. This invention was for the Art of Compiling Statistics.

All patent print pages are restored and digitally enhanced to remove as many flaws as possible while maintaining the integrity of the original document.

Patent prints are a wonderful way to own a piece of history and display your favorite inventions on your home or office walls.

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Note: Computer monitors may vary in color calibration therefore your print may have a slight difference from what your see on your screen.

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  • North America : 2 - 6 business days
  • Europe : 2 - 4 weeks
  • Australia, New Zealand and Oceania : 2 - 5 weeks

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Reviews (2)

Average:

It was sent to a different address other than the one I live at. Not sure how it’s possible because I’ve been purchasing lots of things from here and not one mistake on where to ship the items. I reached out to the seller and told her what happened and she didn’t seem too interested. My reply was thanks for nothing and said this mistake has never happened before. She then offered a 10% discount off another print which I just ignored because why should I have to purchase another print from her when she sent to the wrong address. Very disappointing and truly surprised at her lack of customer service skills. Move on to the other guy who sells the same thing.


Shipped quickly. The blueprint wasn't as rustic as I was looking for.


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