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+ - An Engima machine up for sale->

Submitted by mikejuk
mikejuk (1801200) writes "One of the most famous cryptographic devices ever manufactured, the Enigma machine used by the Nazis in World War II, is to be sold next week at Christie's in London.
If you have always wanted one for your display cabinet, or to sit next to your desktop machine then you need to take plenty of pocket money because last year a similar machine sold for £67,250 i.e around $100,000."

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