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you found your way to this site via the Internet, you obviously know how to navigate.
The Internet is one good source of slide rules you might want to try.
Based on my
limited personal experience, I would make the following suggestions:
The HP site gives some advice related to the use of eBay at http://www.hpmuseum.org/ebaywarn.htm. Although related mainly to calculators their advice is applicable to other purchases.
|ebay||This is the best established of the internet auctions site. At any one time on the USA and international site there around 300 rules for sale (more in the winter - less in the summer). The two "national" sites have many fewer. To access them, click on the link and enter "slide rule" (or "rechenschieber") for the search. There is a wide range of rules from student's rules for around few dollars up to classic rules for several hundred dollars . For more information on prices look at the prices section of this web site.||http://www.ebay.com (U.S.A. and
http://www.ebay.co.uk (United Kingdom)