12 Foot Long 1960's Bunker-Ramo Teletrade Stock Market Ticker Scrolling Display



This mid century scrolling electronic lighted ticker display was salvaged from a brokerage firm in downtown Roanoke, Virginia. It was manufactured by Bunker-Ramo in the mid 1960's.

The salvage job was was featured on the DIY network show "Salvage Dawgs", season 2, episode 8.

Weight: 265 lbs.
Measurements: 144 (H)

About Bunker Ramo Corporation: Bunker Ramo Corporation was founded by George M. Bunker and Simon Ramo in 1964, jointly owned by Martin-Marietta and Thompson Ramo Wooldridge (TRW). The resulting company, Bunker-Ramo, was based in Trumbull, Connecticut. It became a manufacturer of military electronics devices and digital computers and a supplier of video display terminals to the financial industry. In 1967 the Amphenol corporation merged with Bunker Ramo. The combined company peaked at number 338 on the Fortune 500 list in 1969.
In February 1971, the firm unveiled the first version of the National Association of Securities Dealers' Automated Quotations system, NASDAQ.

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