Cash and Credit RegistersOther Mechanical Cash Registers
Although NCR dominated the market for cash registers, other firms offered their own forms of the machine. Some of these looked quite different from common images of a cash register. A few manufacturers, such as Brandt, competed successfully by making machines with a somewhat different function.
"Cash and Credit Registers - Other Mechanical Cash Registers" showing 1 items.
- This manufacturer's model of a cash register has a metal case painted black and four columns of black and white digit keys. To the right of these is an operating bar and various function keys. At the left is a paper tape. At the top are indicator digits in an enclosed case. At the front are two rows of register wheels. A box below is in the shape of a cash drawer. The clearance key is on the right front.The machine has a black cord.
- This example is from the collection of the Patent Department of Burroughs Corporation. According to the accession file, it was an invention of Walter Pasinski. A patent case relating to it was abandoned March 5, 1953.
- Currently not on view
- date made
- ca 1950
- Burroughs Adding Machine Company
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- Data Source
- National Museum of American History, Kenneth E. Behring Center