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Number: 453/37
Name: Coin handling > Deliverer > Delivery of a distinct number of plural coins from a single source > Rectilinearly reciprocating
Description: Device in which the structure which removes coins includes a coin engaging element which is limited to straight line, back and forth movement.










Sub-classes under this class:

Class Number Class Name Patents
453/38 Plural superposed ejectors 0


Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6585581 Coin sorting apparatus with reciprocating coin pushing member Jul. 1, 2003
6280314 Coin dispensing device Aug. 28, 2001
6086473 Coin processing device with improved coin storage system Jul. 11, 2000
5397264 Cash drawer coin counter Mar. 14, 1995
5011456 Coin receiving and discharging apparatus Apr. 30, 1991
4834689 Coin changer payout means May. 30, 1989
4131213 Magazine vending machine Dec. 26, 1978











 
 
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