Made by Earnist & McCook Changer Co. Patented July 10, 1894. Two colors of wood. It is a rather heavy tray, it weighs 4 lb. Size: 20 1/2″ X 8 1/8″, height: 1 1/4. Is stamped onto the wood (see photos). I used this tray in my home as a decorative display tray for old collectible coins. Guests are always interested in the history of this tray. Wear and tear as in photo. COINS IN SOME PHOTOS NOT INCLUDED WITH SALE FOR ILLUSTRATION PURPOSE ONLY. A similar tray was used in the First National Bank of Hutchinson, MN. And is on display in the McLeod County Museum. Link: mcleodhistory. Pastperfectonline. Com/webobject/35E47834-DFD4-4425-949E-685255898080. Their motto: Preserving the past, inspiring the future. There are also references to this tray in a number of 19th Century or early 20th Century books. For example in: The American Stationer. 14 (Google Books), or Legislative Documents Submitted to the Iowa General Assembly. 1898 (Google Books), or the Congressional Serial Set. Comes from a smoke-free home. Thank you for looking. The item “ANTIQUE 19th C MUSEUM COIN CHANGER & TRAY EARNIST & MCCOOK NUMISMATIC EXONUMIA” is in sale since Saturday, January 16, 2021. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Banks, Registers & Vending\Vending Machines\Coin Changers”. The seller is “chris_and_richard” and is located in Mercer Island, Washington. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Modified Item: No
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
- Machine Type: Coin Changer
- Brand: EARNIST and MCCOOK