Description Brandt Automatic Cashier Company manufactured these as well as various other machines in Watertown, WI for many years beginning in the late 1800s. This particular type of unit was originally patented in 1906 with other patents coming in the 1920s. Unlike some of the others you might find, this one has never been painted and would only take a little bit of work to bring out it's original finish. All keys work and do give out the correct change. This is a unique unit in that it only accepts pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters. Most that you find will accept half dollars. If you're searching for these machines you've found them on eBay for as much as $1,600. I am much more reasonable than that. It weighs approximately 30 pounds with the exit chute and will be carefully packed to ensure no damage will occur during shipping. Thanks for viewing this item and be sure to check out my other listings. Shipping Shipping will be via USPS Priority Mail or UPS. Additional items sent via one package will be subject to a shipping discount. If purchasing multiple items, please wait for an invoice from us before making payment. Otherwise you will not receive the shipping discount. Payment I only accept PayPal for payment. Please do not bid if you don't plan on using PayPal. Payment must be made within 7 days from auction end. Items unpaid after 7 days will result in the winner being reported to eBay as a non-payer and the item will be relisted. Returns Items will be accepted for return only if not as advertised. Please e-mail us before making a return shipment. Unauthorized returns will be refused. If the item is received by us and found to be satisfactory according to the auction then the return will not be accepted and the buyer must pay return shipping. Returns will be replaced with another item if we have others in stock or if not, then a refund will be given. Feedback We try to leave positive feedback after receiving payment. Please recriprocate once you receive your package. If not 100% satisfied, please contact us before posting anything other than positive feedback to allow us to rectify the situation. We strive to maintain 100% positive feedback. Gallimaufry? A gallimaufry is defined to be 'a hodgepodge, jumble, confused medley, ragout or hash'. Which is to mean a variety of things combined to make a unique item, much like our store.See, and you didn't think you'd learn anything from surfing eBay.