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today Im going to look at picket slide rules on the left you see are the slide rules that have a kind of yellow color turn this off and you might see that a little better theyre not in chronological order they are in order by model number this is a model 3 this is a 10 10 so 1000 10 T so you can see that the model numbers really dont give you a chronology in fact in a second take a look at the slide rule chronology but I kind of wanted to give you an idea these are sort of the best examples of each of these models that I have in my quite limited collection so if you are interested in looking at a wider selection of picket rules you can go to the international slide rule museum on the web and find an awful lot of information about them Im not going to try to show you how to use these slide rules Im just going to talk about the history of picket they were a late comer to the slide rule field they began in I think they actually started business in 44 but I dont think they really so