Simply celebrating life
If you see an old brass cash register it is worth a fortune so snap it up. I used to work in R&D at National Cash Register Company and when first hired they took us on a company tour. The all brass cash registers commanded a stiff price back then (1957).I saw your blog and found the piece of history your camera recorded. It is a blink, stopped dead-still, exposing the moment in time and the beauty you saw in this picture of the old cash register. Very nice.Abraham Lincoln Brookville Daily Photo
Really very good posting. Congratulations!!!
Great photo. I love it up there. Left some of my hard earned cash at Diamond Tooth Gertie's too...
Fantastic! Love the "Til Debt Do Us Part" -- very clever play on words for such an accurate statement.
Oh how I love these memories of bygone times. Great shot. I have some of an old typewriter but the light was poor. :(
I think those big ol' machines gave a person time to think of the money being spent and were thus a check on overspending. Those new-fangled lasers make it too easy to feel no pain while throwing money away. That's a wonderful shot of that old register.
Gosh, I love the sound of those old cash machines...Peace - D
Ah yes, I just love this vintage shot. And if it holds actual money, I love it even more! :)
That's a beauty.. gotta love old things that still function.. like me. ;)
And if the world keeps on the path it's treading, we may have to go back to those old cash registers!A lot prettier than what we have these days, though.Sandi
What an awesome antique register! So much simplier than the ones they have now! And your title is great! ;) Happy Wednesday!
Very nice photo David. Anna :)
Since this old cash register saw duty in Dawson, I wonder if there was a special drawer/compartment for GOLD.
This is beautiful - the wood/the keys/ it looks like it still works.
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