The Cash Register
The cash register at Orwell Corner was made in the early 1900's. It was nothing like today's! With today's cash registers, you can scan items and push numbers without figuring out the prices in your head. Back then, the store workers used to use money boxes until security issues became a problem and cash registers started to be used. The old cash register was different. Its buttons were bigger, and people had to add up the prices in their heads.
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