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Guan Haur KHP-4006A

Manufactured in Taipei, Taiwan, this clone was one of many that were involved in a patent investigation involving 20 other companies.

Only Guan Haur and one other company, Collins, participated in the evidentiary hearing. 
 
Unlike the real machines, these clones show no signs of yellowing.

Manufacturer: Guar Haur
Date: 1983



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Guan Haur KHP-4006A


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