New way of counting coins in banks using new machine and plastic tubes instead of bags.
No title. Coin carriers - plastic tubes replace money bags in banks, London.
M/S of bank counter. Woman cashier paper bags containing £50 in silver and places them beside coin machine. M/S as the woman empties the silver from the paper bag into new coin counting machine. C/U silver being tipped into machine. C/U woman placing plastic tube container under the machine. M/S woman turning handle on machine to fill the plastic container with the silver coins. C/U showing coins spinning round in machine. The cashier takes plastic container filled with coins and places them in drawer along with others. She then picks up box containing the plastic containers and hands them to man.
M/S two male cashiers operating large, automatic coin counting machine, it is larger than the first machine. C/U man's hand holding plastic container under machine while it fills with coins. M/S box full of plastic containers full of coins being sealed in plastic. M/S man sealing the plastic bags. C/U of the old style paper bags containing money, pan to the new plastic containers.