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I found this Johnson model D Farebox in an antique shop in Bisbee, Arizona, and it turned out to be a 1920s San Francisco Muni farebox, which unbelievably can still use the MUNI tokens sold in stores today. It was probably used on a bus line, but maybe a streetcar.
This model has the electric motor on the bottom, which runs on 12 volt DC power (my dad helped me get it working). It can also be run with the hand crank on the side. Note that this farebox only counts the coins and tokens, but does not store them. The idea was to keep the person collecting the money honest.