Brass Cash Registers
 
Other Sources - Buy, Sell & Service - Supplies - Shipping
Rick Crandell Library ( rickcrandall.net/purchase1.php )
Rick co-wrote the books "The Incoruptable Cashier Vol. 1 & Vol. 2. These are out of print. He has just put both books on a DVD for $50. 
 
Cash Register Collectors Club ( www.crcci.org )
The cash register collectors club. You will find many helpful items here as well as the opportunity the join the CRCC.
 
NCR Corporation ( www.ncr.com )
This is the web page of NCR Corp., formerly, The National Cash Register Co. in Dayton, Ohio.
 
Dayton History ( www.daytonhistory.org )
This is a web page for the Dayton area. NCR gave their archives on the history of NCR to them. NCR had more pictures than Kodak and a lot of real old cash registers on site. It is open to the public only on a few days a month. Check with them for times and locations. NCR refers most questions about older registers to them. In turn, Jeff Opt, refers a lot of questions to me.
 
The HBAC Group ( www.hbacgroup.com )
This is Bill Heuring and family, in Jasper, N.Y. They are the biggest at restoring machine and manufacturing replacement parts for all brands of the antique cash register. I get my parts here.
 
BrassRegisters.com ( www.brassregisters.com
This is Fred Lupton, a former member of the CRCC. He is very knowledgeable and a visit to his web page is worth it.

Kenny Robbins
Restorations Plus
P.O. Box 7177
Prospect Heights, IL 60070-7177
847-992-0336
847-922-0336
Restorations, sales, parts, etc.
 
Tom Krafftas
11919 I-70 Frontage Rd
Suite 105
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
719-632-2468
Buys, sells, some repairs.
*Note - He has a computer business but sometimes will pick up a machine for sale or repair.

Todd Crook
1812 Vandalia St.
Collensville, IL. 62234
618-345-5411
Sales, parts ?? Main business is computer sales.
Website: www.antiquecashregistercollector.com

John Apple
Racein, Wisconsin
262-633-3086
Has tons of parts & machines
 
Claton Spence
N. Richland Hills Tx, 76180
817-595-2233
Buy-sell -trade-restoration-repair-parts
 
Bob Depenbrok
The Vintage Cash Register & Scale Co.
9665 Vena ave
Arleta Ca. 91331
818-896-8539
Everything
Website: www.vintagecashregister.net
 
Peter Warns
8740 Peconic Bay Blvd
Laurel, NY 11948
631-298-0159
sells & restores cash registers.
 
Martin Chitjian
801-B Deep Run Road
PA 18944
215-766-5476
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Buys, sells, parts & repairs
 
Rick Petty
144 Madison Blvd
Terre Haute, IN 47803
812-236-5476
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Repair & restore.
 
Buying & selling
Local newspaper, local auctions.
 
Cash Register Collectors Club ( www.crcci.org )
Put message on the club's web page.

Craig's list ( www.craigslist.org )
Free listings (watch out for scams)

eBay ( www.ebay.com )
List as antique brass National cash register. They charge by the way you list it. I think that you have to join Pay Pal now?  After you get logged into the cash register search part, make it one of your favorites.
 
Cleaning & supplies
Nikolas & Co., Inc. ( www.finish1.com/page_home.htm )
Has clear lacquor, nickel plating spray??
 
JAX Chemical Company ( www.jaxchemical.com )
Has black oxide, cleaning chemicals, etc.
Woodcraft ( www.woodcraft.com )
Wood finishing  & lid flocking.
 
Shipping
Craters & Freighters
Note; you will have to check to see if there is an office in your local areaThey are a bit expense but they pick it up at your home & pack, ship it to the home or office of your choice.

UPS, Fed-X, etc
They can ship up to 150 but as they go through a sorting house, I don't recommend this. I have had success shipping small register with 2 to 4" of foam rubber or solid stirafoam (no peanuts or bubble wrap) fill all holes with boxes or something strong. I would suggest that you have a double strength box with handles also. High risk.
 
Foward Air
This is a trucking co. and you have to box it, put it on a pallet, band it on & take it to their closest depot. They will unload it with a fork lift & weight it. They will give you a price shipped to the nearest depot to your customer. If you have an account thats it but if not I go to the nearest 7-11 and get a money order and go back & pay for it. Your customer will have to pick it up. They will load it in a truck. It is really cheap and works for me.
 
KABAM, Inc.