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Choose from 6 pictures in our Cash collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Sharing the bill A man shouldn't, in these enlightened days, be embarassed when
Sharing the bill A man shouldn't, in these enlightened days, be embarassed when
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A man wants to impress his lady friend but two waiters produce the bill to the couple after dinner
A man wants to impress his lady friend but two waiters produce the bill to the couple after dinner
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An International small 4 wheeled box van, amoured secuity vehicle in downtown toronto
An International small 4 wheeled box van, amoured secuity vehicle in downtown toronto
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May 1st 1967 Bank teller Mr William Treacy loading pound notes into the machine
May 1st 1967 Bank teller Mr William Treacy loading pound notes into the machine
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How a Chinese carries his coppers A Chinaman s novel method of carrying 30 fen in cash
How a Chinese carries his coppers A Chinaman s novel method of carrying 30 fen in cash
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The Hunt the Slipper Ball at the savoy Miss Iris Tree 17 February 1920
The Hunt the Slipper Ball at the savoy Miss Iris Tree 17 February 1920
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May 1st 1967 Bank teller Mr William Treacy loading pound notes into the machine Featured Image

May 1st 1967 Bank teller Mr William Treacy loading pound notes into the machine

May 1st 1967
Bank teller Mr William Treacy loading pound notes into the machine when the "Express Till Service" was introduced at an Oxford Street, London branch of the National Provincial Bank today.
The machine, operating for withdrawals of up to ?50 at a time, will speed up the cashing of cheques by customers.
The amount to be paid out is set by means of the telephone type dials on left.
The machine then delivers the notes down a chute, and the teller does not have to re-count them before handing them to the customer.
Machines went into operation at six of the Bank's branches today, and many others are to have them.
May 1st 1967

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