"L" in serial number

2 years 5 months ago #1903 by Vintagepos


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    In Dick's diary in the Brass Idol there was a query from Al D (Calgary Canada) regarding a "L" as a prefix in the serial number, in Australia the "L" Prefix was to denote a loan machine normally a class 300 and painted that awful light green colour that the workshop walls were painted with. These machines were never to be sold and always remain the property of NCR. The light green on the walls was supposed to have a calming effect on the workers at the time. I am going back to the late 50's and 60's when this was the fashion. Our motor vehicles were painted the light green with a dark green "V" on the bonnet. Milton
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    2 years 5 months ago #1932 by buyselltradecashregisters


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    Hi Milton,
    I have had a couple of National cash registers with the serial number beginning with the letter L.
    Yes I was told they were loaners also .
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