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Number: 453/22
Name: Coin handling > Deliverer > Delivery from plural sources by a single actuation > Compound movement
Description: Device in which the means which removes coins includes coin engaging structure which partakes of more than one character of motion, either simultaneously or successively, in the normal operation thereof (as rotating and reciprocating or reciprocating and swinging, etc.) or partakes of motions which are discontinuous and in different unaligned paths if of the same character.










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4635661 Automatic coin depositing and paying machine Jan. 13, 1987
4436102 Coin discharge machine and partitioned carton Mar. 13, 1984
4126147 Method of giving change automatically and a coin dispenser Nov. 21, 1978
3941138 Machine for dispensing coinage change Mar. 2, 1976











 
 
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