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12/05/2021 11:58 AM
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ORIGINAL 1896 BRASS CASH REGISTER

Rating: 7
Comments. Measuring 17” high, 17 ½” wide, 16” deep it is made of plated brass and has a patent date of 1896. Made by National it is a Size 44 which has plate glass panels on the top, marble shelf and an oak bottom board. There are six change as well as three bill slots with metal weights in its hardwood cash drawer. There are lots of fancy raised designs on the exterior and this item is heavy for its size. It is in sturdy shape with normal use wear, has some wear on the plating, a small chip on the marble and soiling/stains. The denominations on the top” flags” were removed and the numbers were painted on. The original numbers are present but we are unsure if the set is complete. The clear covering over the keys is well-worn and one is missing the outer trim ring as seen in our photo. Needs work but when done you’ll have a very nice, antique cash register that you can displayed proudly in your home or use for your business. It has some of the original keys in the locks located under the hinged front panel.


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