silver dollar and a 1911 $2.5 U.S. Indian Head gold coin. And once acquired, where better to keep oneís valuable coins than in an antique nickel-plated Model 5 National cash register? Entered as lot 42, this rare cash register is of the tall, narrow style used in early 20th-century candy stores. It is topped by a handsome, cobalt-blue and white marquee that reads: ďThis Registers the amount of your Purchase.Ē The lot is estimated at $7,500-$15,000.
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Rolex men's 1985 stainless steel and gold watch. Government Auction image.