Perusing a flea market last summer, we came across a little Shaw Walker oak recipe box. Shaw Walker was known for making high quality file cabinets. This little box still had its decal and Dennis was thrilled to find it. When we got it home, we looked through the contents of the box. There were… Read More
1911 National Cash Register, Model 532
This “little” girl is in awesome shape, all original except for the marble (Marble purchased from a professional New York restorer.) The brass is in great shape and shines bright. The solid mahogany base has been refinished and shows minimal wear for 103 years old.
Under the top drawer the original label shows this was sold out of Boston to a company in Penacook, NH 1911. All the serial numbers match!
Everything turns and all the key functions work. The paper tape mechanism turns but no paper is available for this machine anymore. The keys checks are all there and in great shape, only the ($5) shows some darkening.
The bells all work and have a different sound for each drawer when opened. This also comes with several keys.
This “little” girl is about 35” tall and 32” wide. Ohh and well-over 300lbs… leave the Mini-Cooper at home for this one.