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1 year 10 months ago - 1 year 10 months ago #2466 by ART HAM
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This register was found unrestored in Australia several years ago. It did not have a serial number tag on it when found, so I simply added one to fill in the holes. This register was in very rough shape when it finally arrived at my door from down under. It was quite a project restoring this one!!! All original parts!!!

The model #24 register from Australia has been restored and is in my collection. I sent a few "before restoration" and "after restoration" photos to our webmaster in order for him to post them on this site. I cannot seem to figure out how to post photos. The register is an all brass machine (not cast iron) and almost every part is stamped model "0". There was no paperwork under the drawer. It is good to see there are other model #24's out there!!!

PS I have attached two (2) photos of the machine before restoration.

I noticed that “Trout48”, Sam Costi, is from New South Whales, so I’m guessing that since my register was found in Australia, this model was made for and sold to that market.

Thank you.
Art Ham










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1 year 10 months ago #2467 by jdietrich
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Art,

What are the drawer rails on your 24??

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1 year 10 months ago #2468 by ART HAM
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Jack, I am currently away from home, but I will email you some photos of the drawer that I have stored on my computer.

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1 year 10 months ago #2469 by jdietrich
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Thanks, also, is the side rail screwed to the side on your brass one like it is on the cast iron one?

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1 year 10 months ago #2472 by Jeff Kreft
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That register is just absolutely beautiful, it's too bad there are none here. Allot of the registers that were made in the foreign market are some of the most amazing machines, really like the lever machines that were made for the German market, I wonder if there are any more registers like the 24 that don't have the till.

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1 year 10 months ago #2473 by Trout48
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Thanks I will keep that in mind

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1 year 10 months ago #2474 by Trout48
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Thanks , yep flash removed, longer indicators for sure.

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1 year 10 months ago #2475 by Trout48
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Hello Art,
You have some Collection.
Yep Art , from Sydney Australia, I'm trying to round up the rarer machines, which are hard to come by.
I can see you did a magnificent Job, you even kept the flags in Pommie denominations.
If I ever travel to America , I would love to see yours and other collectors machines. I have a couple of ones in need of TLC,
they resemble the before shot of the 24.
Kind Regards Sam

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1 year 10 months ago #2476 by ART HAM
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Hello Sam, You are welcome any time to view my collection. Just let me know when you will be making the trip to Las Vegas. Best of luck with your model #24 restoration.
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