Click title/picture for details. offer US $149.99 McGill High Speed Coin Changers in good condition. MCGILL HIGH SPEED COIN CHANGER HAS ORIGINAL LEATHER TICKET POUCH, ALL ATTACHED TO IT'S ORIGINAL LEATHER BELT. PLEASE SEE PICTURES. Imprinted on the top of coin changer is ''McGill, Made in U.S.A., High Speed Changer, J.L. Galef, New York, Sole Distributor. The coin changer is designed to dispense pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters. THIS IS THE ONLY MCGILL COIN CHANGER, AND LEATHER TICKET POUCH, ALL ON ORIGINAL LEATHER BELT, ON EBAY. A VERY RARE FIND.
Click title/picture for details. offer US $6.99 McGill Coin Changer four barrel I used for my Community Garage Sale , has some superficial scratches from coins at top where coins go in. Attaches to belt Holds: 38 Quarters,56 Dimes, 37 Nickles, 49 Pennies Steel Construction Made In USA
Click title/picture for details. offer US $5.99 Handy money changer . Very old fashioned and charming. A little oil will put this in fine working condition in my opinion. Straight from an attic to you as found as shown. Unmarked . Four barrel design accommodates quarters, dimes, nickels & pennies, each with their own dispensing lever for simple, one-handed operation. Convenient side hooks loop easily over most belts. Coin Changer Features: Four Barrels; Denomination: Dimes; Nickels; Pennies; Quarters; Finish: Nickel-Plated.Looks like it will shine up good.
Click title/picture for details. offer US $7.99 Vintage coin change dispenser. This is marked on the top McGill Made in USA. J.L. Galef & Son. 85 Chambers St. New York NY Sole Distributor. Paragon Changer. Measures about 5" in length. Has clips on back to attack to belt or pants etc. Three slots. All in working condition. A little surface rust/wear from age but should clean up beautifully.
Click title/picture for details. offer US $14.99 vintage four-barrel belt coin changer. It is metal and marked McGill Made in U.S.A. High-Speed Changer. It also is marked J.L. Galef New York Sole Distributor. The previous owner said her father wore this changer while selling sodas at various sporting events in Evansville, Indiana, in the 1950s and possibly '40s. This changer is in very good condition; it is still operable but is quite rusty. It measures 6 1/4 inches wide and4 inches tall -