Was Dr. Egon Spengler right when he said print was dead? We don’t know, but we are quite fond of this relic of the bygone era. Dating to the early 20th century, this newspaper bundling machine was made in New York and probably processed many an important story in its day. All the action is still functional in this baby, if you have things that need bundling; but it also makes a fun object of interest. Oh yea, and if someone asks if you’re a god, you say yes!
Measures 18.5 x 22 x 60.