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Coin counting and discharge machine having reciprocating pushers for transferring coins










Image Number 3 for United States Patent #4226253.

A coin discharge machine wherein a plurality of cartridges, each accommodating coins of a given species, are provided and coins accumulated in at least one selected cartridge are pushed out, one at a time, from the lowermost by selected pair of rod pushers into a coin dropping outlet while each of coins being pushed is caused to be engaged with a counting arm which actuates a microswitch for counting. The pair of rod pushers integrally formed are adapted to be engaged with side portions of the coin. Each rod pusher is provided at the end thereof with a projection which is engaged with the lowermost coin in operation position and the upper surface of each rod pusher is flush with or below the surface of coin support plate for supporting the lowermost coin in the cartridge.








 
 
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