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HT348, Low 77.
Bucklinís Interest Tables, which sold for $1.00, were offered with the incentive that $100 would be paid for detecting an error of even one cent in the calculations.

(H. Joseph Levine, PCAC, The Charles Litman Collection, December 6, 2003)

BUCKLINíS INTEREST TABLES. These were crudely made pieces at best and most seen are in poor condition. Bucklinís Interest Tables sold for $1.00 and offered with the incentive that $100 would be paid for detecting an error of even one cent in the calculations.

(Stacks, the John J. Ford Collection, Part IV, June 23rd, 2004)