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    Posted 11 years ago

    huskers32
    (1 item)

    I have a 1920 National Cash Register that I would like to get a price estimate on. The numbers on it are FR-866729 1054XG. Everything works on it and is in very great shape!

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    1. youngblood youngblood, 11 years ago
      Great Shape it is !! I have one very similar a 1088 or 1095 model. I do not think your register is a 1920 year model though, more like mid 40's year model. Take a look at mine in my show & tell & compare. I gave $35 for mine & have offered it at several Flea Markets for $250 and have not had an offer. I think the functional models like yours & mine are less desirable than the fancy Brass or Nickle plated candy store models from the 1920's.

      Maybe pull your drawer all the way out push the pin in on the inside right of your drawer to release the till turn the drawer over and there should be a sticker with a date on it when put in service.

      Also there should be a porcelin plate that was on the register base to check for Fake coins of the day !

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