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How old are these ads for ball bearings? I'm actually looking for Surplus bearings, but I haven't come across an ad like yet (ex. https://www.bakerbearing.com/buybackprogram.php ). The detail in the second is pretty amazing.

John F. Ptak

The ad was printed in 1918 in "Motor", a German tech magazine. I don't see many images for ball bearing manufacturers, but I believe that there were others in that same journal.

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