This Day in Patent History - On January 30, 1883, James Ritty and John Birch (brothers) received a patent for the cash register

On January 30, 1883, James Ritty and John Birch (brothers) received a patent for the cash register.

It was called “Ritty’s Incorruptible Cashier” and was invented for the purpose to stop cashiers of pilfering and eliminating employee theft or embezzlement. It had a large display to record money received and a locked drawer to hold cash receipts.

PatentYogi_On January 30, 1883, James Ritty and John Birch (brothers) received a patent for the cash register

 

Patent Information
Publication number: US271363 A
Patent Title: Cash register and indicator
Publication type: Grant
Publication date: Jan 30, 1883
Filing date: Feb 15, 1882
Inventors: James Eitty
Original Assignee: Jacob H

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