Antique National brass cash register oak drawers

  • Sold for: Start FREE Trial! or Sign In to see what it's worth.
  • Item Category: Entertainment
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Jul 27,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction

Very rare, antique American national brass cash register and oak cash drawers/stand, circa 1900 .

This is a very rare antique Natiuonal cash register, with the original quarter sawn oak cash drawers/stand, circa 1900.The register has the original "amount purchased" sign which has two highly stylized dolphins at each end. Above the keys is the following text and numbers; "factory number 521513" then "398 styles & 1200 US and foreign patents" then "National Cash Register Co., Dayton Ohio" lastly "size number 47 1/4" . The register stands on the original quarter sawn oak cash drawers/stand, t are seven drawers in total with fitted compartments, to the back of the cabinet is a door that encloses all the chiming bell mechanisms for the drawers. Condition of the register is excellent, both mechanically and costmetically, makes a great Ka-Ching noise when opened, the stand is also in great condition with the original finish, naturally the register just stands on the base! Dimensions overall 57" tall x 28.5" wide x 21" deep. A very rare antique National register with the original antique quarter sawn oak cash drawer stand, circa 1900.

Do not be daunted by shipping costs, I use Plycon Group who specialize in shipping antique furniture door to door, they provide very economical rates due the the volume of business I give them, an item will normally be received within a couple of weeks of the auction, kindly call me or e-mail for a quote, or if you have any other questions on . This item could be shipped via Greyhound/FEDEX/UPS, You are welcome to collect from me direct or use another carrier of your choice, I only sell genuine antique items and guarantee them as described ! This is a true auction starting at $0.99 and sold without reserve.

Items in the Worthopedia are obtained exclusively from licensors and partners solely for our members’ research needs.

Relevant Articles