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Value of an antique lie detector
April 27, 2010 7:20 AM   Subscribe

I've come to possess an antique lie detector. How do I find out how much it might be worth?

It's a "B & W Electronic Psychometer", I think from the 1950's. I got it working for a junk removal company - we got hired to clear out a storage unit which used to belong to Pinkerton here in Toronto. I've tried looking through Google and eBay, but can't find any information on the unit I've got besides this, second post down: http://www.lie2me.net/thepolygraphmuseum/id24.html

Where can I go to further my research?
posted by pcameron to Shopping (2 answers total)
 
Does it work? I mean, does it work as well as it ever did?
posted by workerant at 8:42 AM on April 27, 2010


Did you contact the people who run that Polygraph Museum site and ask if they knew who could appraise it fairly?
posted by Burhanistan at 8:52 AM on April 27, 2010


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