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US1110174A
US1110174A US1912703956A US1110174A US 1110174 A US1110174 A US 1110174A US 1912703956 A US1912703956 A US 1912703956A US 1110174 A US1110174 A US 1110174A
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'ERNST ZANDER, Oil? STRASS-BURG, GERMANY.

COIN-TUBE.

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specification of Leiters Patent.

Patented Sept. 8, 1914.

Application filed .Tune 19,12. Serial No; 703,956.

T0 all whom t may concern Be it known that l, 'ERNST ZANDER, en

gineer, a subject of the Emperor of Germany, residing at No. (3 Tllimpfelingstrasse, of Strassburg, Alsace, kGermany, have i11- vented certain new and useful Improve-v ments in' Coin-Tubes, of which thefollowing r rangement of 'cral such monc is a specification.

71th automatic vending machines for gas,

water or electricity, it has'been felt as an inconvenience, that the money boxes which have to be opened at th customers house were accessible to the sta, and the control was therefore rendered more di'iicult by embezzlements and theA like. The con/sequence `was, that closedbo-xes were attached to the coin-chute of these automatic -vending machines; -which boxes were then taken unopened te an examining station. These boxes were generally of. arectangular form, comparatively large and the coins. lay in them widely among each other. The space required for such boxes was therefore large and as two such money boxes had to be provided for each automatic vending machine, the one of which was empty and to be taken to the machine while the otherwas full and to be taken to the station, the result was a considerable increase in work in exchang ing the boxes and a large space required both in the vending machinesV and in the conveying means. Besides the coins, mixed without any order in these boxes had to be' tediously counted and packed into rolls.

The object of the present invention is Yto simplify the collecting of thev coins with such automatic Vending machines. A In the accompanying drawing a constructional form of the present invention is exemplified. v

In this drawing Figure lI is front view of theJ coin counting box shown partly in section. Fig. la i plar view if' Fig'. l. Fig. 2 is a por if the mantle surface of the box, devel Fig. s

.lier-.fs the arboxes in a collecting frame. Fig. 4 is a vertical section showing the counting tube in combination with a counting machine.; Fig. isa

side ,View 'of Fig. 4; and Fig.'6 aiseetional plan of Fig. 4.v F ig. v7 isa planyiew Aof Big. l; Fig-8 is a View of the nail to which the seal is attached.

In this drawing Fig. l, a is a tube of a circular section, the inside A diameterA or` which is a little larger than. the coins to be used with the respective vending machine. This tube is fitted with a bottom b and a cap c Ythe latter provided with a .slot 44 through which the coins 'can fall into the tube. o and c are both detachable and are preferably secured by means of seals'. `These seals may consist of a nail 4() passing through cap o and tube a, this nail having a head A43 and a corrugated end 44, on which is compressedl -a lead seal 4l. This tube is then locked into the'vending machine by the collecting othcer; the special lock, for instance the seals, whichguards'the contents of the tube, is accessible to the managing oliicer only. The lled tubes are preferably placed in a-honeycomb-like frame', Fig. 3, and taken in this frame to the controlling station. This frame has cross partitions 30, 3l 'forming a series of'pockets in which thetubes a, a can be placed.

The walls of the tube may also be made of perforated sheet metal-a having slots f as-shown in Fig'Q. This will allow of seeing the contents of the tube and also of laying any coins which have stuck, flat on the others with the aid of a piece of wire. If a scale c is provided on the outside of the tube and a single row of slots f is .cut into the shell of the latter, the number of coins contained in the tube may be easily'read. The upper end4 of thevtube a is so proportioned that after the removal of the cover c it can be inserted into the enlarged opening e of the tube g. This tube ,c has a sliding piece h with which it slides between the rails i of the countingmachine. cut-out portions 7a in which the coins comiroig out of the lower opening-Z` of the tube rf are caught.

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In a device of the character descri a cylindrical coin-collecting tube suitable for rhesc .rails have,

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Vending machines having; an. apltued c0i1`1-recevng camp on one and, and a seem-e but removable Closure on the other end the Gap secured tu the tube; by a destluctble seal, said tube being adapted when Said cap is removed to be inserted in M1@ Colspond ing pari; of a coin-counting machne-

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Cited By (3)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2425874A (en) * 1944-09-30 1947-08-19 Kenneth J Gray Savings bank
US2552931A (en) * 1949-04-19 1951-05-15 Oscar H Brasier Coin bank with removable cylinders
US20020147692A1 (en) * 2001-04-04 2002-10-10 Smith Michael J. Money tube and associated dispensing units

Cited By (4)

* Cited by examiner, † Cited by third party
Publication number Priority date Publication date Assignee Title
US2425874A (en) * 1944-09-30 1947-08-19 Kenneth J Gray Savings bank
US2552931A (en) * 1949-04-19 1951-05-15 Oscar H Brasier Coin bank with removable cylinders
US20020147692A1 (en) * 2001-04-04 2002-10-10 Smith Michael J. Money tube and associated dispensing units
US6966828B2 (en) * 2001-04-04 2005-11-22 Fire King International, Inc. Money tube and associated dispensing units

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