By Brooklyn Reader

June 19, 2015, 4:33 am

 

Brian A Jackson / Shutterstock When it hit shelves in the 1970s, the Predictor pregnancy test, made by Organon Pharmaceuticals, went for $10. On Tuesday, the auction house Bonham’s sold the original prototype , along with the first consumer version of the test, for $11,875.

The Predictor was the brainchild […]


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