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C.A.M.P
Unknown model,any info welcomed.
Posted by ticketmachines on November 22, 2009 Slideshow

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4 Comments

Reply Frans van de Rivière
5:12 PM on September 3, 2010 
These CAMP Klein-Massot 'coffee-grinders' were used all over France (Paris, Marseille, etc.) and in Liège (Belgium) and Göteborg (Sweden). They worked as described below, and are not in fact cash registers, just coupon validators and registers.
Reply chris2455
11:53 AM on January 28, 2010 
I have just been passed one of these machines for repair. The outer case is badly corroded and two of the handles are broken off. It is jammed but, when you remove the cover the inside is good. It contins a mutiliated gear just like a Setright so I think it may well have been made under licence by Klein-Massot. The tickets were inserted for validation. When I learn more I will post.
Reply T.M.W
7:26 AM on December 2, 2009 
Thanks for the information Thomas,machine unavailable for test ticket.
Reply Thomas Edmondson
7:51 AM on December 1, 2009 
I believe this to be what was known as a "klein-massot" machine manufactured by the French company "C.A.M.P"

I think that is was used to validate pre-purchased coupons that could be torn off at different widths depending on the length of the journey. The lever at the extreme bottom-right of the image altered the size of the insert slot depending on what you wanted to print, and consequently what the machine would record on its internal counters. Can you post a picture of what it actually prints, assuming that it still works.

Sorry I cannot provide any more information that this. Mr Google does not have much information either.