Brass Cash Registers
Guarantee Card
This is a copy of the guarantee that is usually glued to the bottom of the drawer on most registers. It is usually filled out at the factory but if it was a consignment machine, it was up to the salesman to do this. It is often missing, not filled out or damaged so that some areas can't be read.

The first field is the date that it was manufactured. Then it shows the serial number or register number. Then the size of model number. Then the finish and tracer number. The tracer number was a factory thing and in this case is not important. It also shows who it was sold to, often it includes the address and/or city/country, etc. Then the inspector. The guarantee section is signed by John Patterson. It is only a stamp.
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