Pictures of Register from France

11 months 1 hour ago - 11 months 1 hour ago #3932 by NAV


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  • Yesterday a fellow from France emailed me about his recent Flea Market Find Cash Register. Today he sent some photo's. I referred him to several club members who I thought would be a helpful source to him. Perhaps someone else might be able to assist this fellow.

    Re: CRCCI President - Question from France
    From: Sylvain Dauvilliers <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
    To: wjnavratil <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
    Date: Wed, Nov 22, 2017 7:34 am

    as you asked here are few photos you can see the class 1700, the sn 121053 and it is remanufactured. Inside the casing is engraved 777, i think is 700 model.
    also the crank is missing, do you have a clue to get one or create a new one ?
    It is a model with electric engine, do you know the voltage ? 110 v or 220 v.
    Best regards



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    10 months 2 weeks ago #3959 by Vintagepos


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  • Replied by Vintagepos on topic Pictures of Register from France
    The model 1700 was sold in Australia along with the 1100 class. The 1100 class was a model 700 that issued a motorised ticket for a receipt and was a single item only machine. The 1700 was an itemizer machine that printed each item as it was rung up then the total key was pressed and it printed the total of all items in that sale. The machine is a 2 total machine with the left hand counter the total for day's transactions and the right hand counter was used for the total of items for the current transaction and was reset after printing the receipt. Was a very fast checkout machine in a small shop where prices were memorized and didn't change often unlike today where a supermarket can have n excess of 2000 price changes at any one time. Milton

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