Faber-Castell 367



Front without slide

Back of the slide


Length 28 cm
Number of scales 10
Country of origin UK
Country of manufacturing Germany
Year of manufacturing In between 1909-1919
Status of the slide rule Normal signs of use
Material of the slide rule Celluloid on wood
Status of the box Lightly damaged
Status of the manual None
Collection number 71
Further comments This is the English version of the 367 with an inch-scale on the top and a cm-scale on the bottom.

There is no date stamp on this rule, so it is from before 1920. It does have the wooden pens on the front, so it is older than 1909.

What makes the 367 really unique is its digit registering cursor. The indicator is supposed to keep track of the number of decimal places. This innovation was no success, and Faber-Castell only used it on the 367.




 Last updated: 04-09-2009