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Tuesday, October 9, 2012

A National Cash Register in Ludington

We went out to visit the Historic White Pine Village maintained by the Mason County Historical Society today.  They have an interesting exhibit of a twenty or more buildings containing a variety of historic items, mostly from the white pine logging era of the 1880s-1900s.  One of the buildings is a general store and it has a National Cash Register.  This one is not as good an example as the others I have photographed but is still interesting.

The cash drawer doesn't have one of those marble slabs on it for bouncing coins to test for a "true" ring.

But the NCR logo on the back is complete, albeit a bit stained.

This makes me realize what a great example that one down in Hico, Texas really is.

Click on the label "National Cash Register" below to find my other NCR posts.

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