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The patent relating to this ‘Coin Sorting Apparatus’, Patent No. 566,453, has an application date of 12th January 1895, and an acceptance date of 27th April 1895. It states: ‘I, Henry Howard Hanmer, of 30 Exchange Street East, Liverpool, in the County of Lancaster, Cotton Broker, do hereby declare the nature of this invention to be as follows:- This invention has reference to apparatus for sorting coins of different sizes, as the coins of this realm, ranging from the smallest, as threepenny bits, to the largest, as five shilling pieces ; and it has mainly for its object to obviate the large amount of time which is now used in counting and sorting mixed quantities of coins.’
|Height||46.50 cm||(18.31 inches)|
|Width||45.00 cm||(17.72 inches)|
|Depth||33.00 cm||(12.99 inches)|
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