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Cash Carriers in Shops (Shire Library)

by Andrew Buxton

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I remember cash carriers flying round the room in shops. There was one in Milward's shoeshop in Southsea, not far from Handley's. I was fascinated by it as well as by the measure your feet machine.
  jon1lambert | Jan 2, 2009 |
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Most people born before 1950 can remember visiting or working in shops that had cash carriers - cash balls that ran on wooden rails, wire systems where the carrier was catapulted along an overhead steel wire, or pneumatic tube systems where the carrier was whisked off to the cash office. This title reveals details about these devices.

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