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The Museum’s collection includes two examples of ticker tape from the Crash of 1929. This length of tape shows the NYSE opening prices on October 29, 1929 and approximately the first 45 minutes of trading.
Edison Universal stock ticker circa 1897, which was used through the Crash of 1929. Tickers transmitted nearly real-time financial information, thereby allowing investors to buy and sell shares without being close to an Exchange.