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Paper currency receiving system for a ticket vendor or the like

Image Number 3 for United States Patent #6742645.

A paper currency receiving system is constructed to include a paper currency take-up unit adapted for taking up paper currency inserted therein, a paper currency verification unit inserted into the paper currency take-up unit at a bottom side and adapted for verifying authenticity of inserted paper currency, the paper currency verification unit having two coupling spring plates adapted for securing the paper currency verification unit to the paper currency take-up unit, and a paper currency storage cabinet attached to the paper currency take-up unit at a back side and adapted to collect paper currency from the paper currency take-up unit, the paper currency take-up unit having a spring latch adapted for locking the paper currency storage cabinet and a control button adapted for disengaging the spring latch from the paper currency storage cabinet.

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