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MECHANICAL AND STILL BANKS:

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211907     This is the mechanical Cabin Bank, of a black man in front of a small cabin, circa 1880s. When you pull the broom on the side the man flips, kicking the coin on the roof into the slot. This is the dark green with red trim version. It is in good condition and does not appear to be repainted, but does have slight paint wear in expected places. It is shown in The Bank Book, The Encyclopedia of Mechanical Bank Collecting by by Bill Norman on page 76 and as number 1610-b, CABIN BANK.
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Price: $1150.00






211912     This is the Punch and Judy mechanical bank. It is shown in The Bank Book, The Encyclopedia of Mechanical Bank Collecting by Bill Norman on page 51 as number 4740-b, PUNCH AND JUDY BANK. This has the medium letters, there are no numbers on the pieces comprising the bank and it has the "and" rather than the "&". The tray is the half circle. Original pieces and paint; base length is 6 1/8".
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Price: $2000.00






212925     This is the rooster mechanical bank. It measures 3 1/2" by 2 5/16" at the base and 6 1/4" tall. Wear to the paint and fading. Placing the coin in the slot and pulling the lever causes the coin to drop and the rooster to silently crow. Shown in The Penny Lane Book as 4920.
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Price: $1150.00






612905     This is a semi-mechanical elephant bank in grey with gold and silver trim. It is 5" by 3 1/2" high; made by A.C. Williams circa 1905. Shown in the Penny Lane Bank Book by Al Davidson on page 83 as number 169. Good condition..
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Price: $80.00






211919     A cast iron bank of a sailor, it is attributed to Hubley circa 1905-1915. He is 5 5/8" tall and paintless. Shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore on page 65 as number 29, SAILOR.
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Price: $145.00






301911     The small version of the Donkey bank manufactured by either Arcade from 1913 - 1932 or A C Williams from 1910 - 1934. It is 4 5/8" tall and 4 3/8" long. Paint wear but overall in good condition. Shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore on page 85 as number 499, DONKEY (small).
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Price: $125.00







511902     This is the Prancing Horse on Oval Base bank made by A. C. Williams from the 1920s. It is 5 1/8" tall. Shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore on page 86 as number 513, PRANCING HORSE ON OVAL BASE.
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Price: $90.00






301910     This is the Prancing Horse (no noticeable belly band). It is 4 1/4" tall and 4 3/4" long and made by either Arcade from about 1910 - 1932, or A C Williams from 1910 - 1920s. Overall good condition. Shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore on page 86 as number 517, PRANCING HORSE.
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Price: $95.00






301915     An excellent example of the black painted BEAUTY horse bank. It was made by Arcade from 1910-1932. The horse measures 4 1/8" tall and 4 3/4" long. Condition is very good. Shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore on page 87 as number 532, BEAUTY.
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Price: $125.00






211922     This is the standing horse in blue paint. It is 4 1/8" H by 4 3/4" L and made by Arcade circa 1910. Paint wear, mostly on its left side. Shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore on page 87 as number 533, WORK HORSE.
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Price: $125.00






211916     This is a cast bank marked TALLY-HO BANK and has on the back: Rd 624697. It depicts a horse with a fox and hound on the bottom of the horseshoe. Made by Chamberlain & Hill, England. Could be part of the rope on the upper right is missing and there is a casting crack on the back mating piece. Shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore on page 87 as number 535, TALLY HO.
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Price: $120.00






211918     This is a cast iron still bank of a pig sitting on his behind. It is 3" H by 4 9/16" L. Made by the A. C. Williams company from 1910-1934. Good condition with its original paint and red mouth. Shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore on page 90 as number 582, SEATED PIG.
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Price: $125.00






301909     A mate to the reindeer bank or elk bank made by A C Williams from 1913 - 1932. This doe stands 4 7/8" tall and is 4 1/4" long. Wear to the gold wash. Not shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore, but similar to the Reindeer or Elk bank on page 96 as number 736.
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Price: $65.00






612900     This is a still "LIBERTY BELL" bank in clear glass. It is 4" diameter by 3 1/2" high. Not shown in the Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore..
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Price: $40.00






212918     This is the US Mail mailbox bank made by Kenton circa 1900s. It is 3 3/8" by 2 1/2" by 1 5/8". Silver with red lettering. it is in good condition. Shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore on page 101 as 839 US MAIL.
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Price: $85.00






301914     The smallest version of these banks, this is the US MAIL bank made by A C Willaims from 1912 to 1931. It measures 3 5/8" high by 2 3/4" wide by 1 3/4" deep. I doubt if it ever had the red lettering. Shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore on page 101 as number 838, US MAIL.
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Price: $90.00






301904     Here is a U S MAIL hanging letterbox bank. It is green with gold, wear to the gold. It was made by A C Williams around 1921-1934. It measures 5" high and 3" across. Marked on the back PAT NOV 22 '21. Some scratches to the back, wear to the paint, and the top near the hole might have a crack repair or at least a fault line. Shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore on page 102 as number 856, US MAIL.
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Price: $85.00






610907     This is the US Mail mailbox bank made by Kenton circa 1900s. It is 4 3/4" by 3 1/2" by 2". Silver with red lettering. It is in good condition but with paint loss. Shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore on page 101 as 838 US MAIL.
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Price: $69.50






301901     This is a mailbox bank designed after the 1940s olive drab letter boxes. It is 5 1/2" high and 2 1/2" square. It has a keyed drop door on the bottom (no key). Wear to the coin slot and general paint loss. Marked on the back: 14 // PAT PEND. Not shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore.
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Price: $45.00






212923     This is a safe bank operated by a key (not with bank). It is made by J & E Stevens circa 1891 and measures 3 2/4" by 2 1/2" by 2 1/4". This bank has a nickel finish and is in good condition. Shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore on page 103 as number 869, SAFE.
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Price: $70.00






211900     This is a safe bank cast iron 2 5/8" by 2" by 2 1/4". Made by the Columbia Grey Iron Casting Co., circa 1987. Shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore on page 103 as number 878, COLUMBIA SAFE BANK. No key.
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Price: $49.00






211902     A cast metal combination safe bank. It is 2 3/4" L, 2 7/8" D, by 4" H. Has a five point flower design in the front with the same type of pattern on the side except for the star in the center. The top has a crescent and star in the center. Not shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore. It was possibly nickel plated, most of the plating has worn on the front. The is a chipout on the front door frame upper right.
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Price: $55.00






211901     This is a combination safe bank 2 3/4" L, by 2 5/8" D, by 3 3/4" H. It is a cast metal front and frame with sheet metal on the back and sides. The doy and dog as well as the flower pattern is highlighted in gold paint original to the finish. Comes with the sombination tag. Top has a angel in flight. Not shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore.
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Price: $75.00






211915     A nice safe bank that is marked on the front UNION BANK. It is 3 1/4" H by 2 1/2" L by 2 1/2" D. All cast, it is also marked on the bottom KENTON BRAND. Not shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore.
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Price: $65.00






301912     A very small tin cash register bank. It is 1 1/2" wide, 1 3/8" deep and 1 7/8" high. Unmarked and coin slot is not quite bent in far enough for coin to be easily deposited. It is in good condition with all the tabs intact. Front is marked: CASH REGISTER. Not shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore.
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Price: $125.00






301905     Here is an unusual bank. It is earthenware with a red paint or glaze finish and added gold paint for the barrel bands. It measures 3 1/2" tall and about 3 1/4" diameter. Coin slot but no trap. Wear to the finish. It is similar to 908 shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore on page 104.
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Price: $95.00






610902     This is a 2-part wood barrel bank, it twists apart. The top is marked: 145 / YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS BOX. It is 3 1/2" tall and 2 1/4" diameter. The bottom has some wood separation. Not shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore.
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Price: $25.00






301900     A two-piece wood barrel bank that was probably a premium for a savings bank. This banks is 3 1/2" high and 2 1/4" diameter. The bank twists apart. There has been repair to the top and side of the upper half. Not shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore.
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Price: $10.00






211903     This is a cash register still bank with mesh and in a gold wash finish. It is 3 3/4" by 3 5/16" by 2 7/16". Made by Arcade circa 1910-1925. Shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore on page 105 as number 925, CASH REGISTER WITH MESH BANK. Missing the metal CASH insert; otherwise condition is good.
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Price: $95.00






211904     A semi-mechanical sheet metal cash register bank, this bank has keys for 25c, 10c and 5c. Depressing the keys would make the drawer pop open as the amount flag is raised. It is green with a gold detailing. The drawer does not "pop" open but can be manually opened. Not shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore.
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Price: $110.00






610906     A cast iron bank of a treasure chest, it is attributed to John Wright circa 1970. It is 4" by 2 1/2" and 2 7/8" tall. Shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore on page 105 as number 929, TREASURE CHEST (LARGE).
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Price: $48.00






211913     This is a still "BANK" bank in yellow with red trim. It is 3 1/4" by 2 5/8" by 2 3/16" and made by J. & E. Stevens circa 1872. Shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore on page 116 as number 1147, CUPOLA BANK. There is a corner missing in the bank back roof, otherwise in good condition.
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Price: $165.00






612904     This is a still 3-story mosque bank in a gold wash. It is 2 1/2" by 1 5/8" and 3 1/2" high; made by A.C. Williams circa 1920. Shown in the Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore on page 117 as number 1175 "MOSQUE 3 STORY".
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Price: $125.00






610911     This is a still domed bank in a red wash dome with silvery wash sides; this is a very unusual and scare color. It is 2 1/8" by 1 3/4" and 2 7/8" high; made by A. C. Williams circa 1899-1934. Similar banks are shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore on page 117 as number 1180, DOMED BANK, but this is smaller than the smallest listed.
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Price: $45.00






301902     This is the two story MOSQUE bank. It measures 2 7/16" long by 1 5/8" deep by 2 7/8" high. American made. Shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore on page 117 as number 1174.
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Price: $105.00






301913     The smallest of the Domed Bank buildings, this domed (marked: BANK) is 3" high by 2 1/8" by 1 5/8" deep. Made by A C Williams from 1899 to 1934. Replaced twist lock and paint in average condition. Shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore on page 117 as number 1180, DOMED "BANK".
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Price: $75.00






211917     This is a bank building also marked BANK. It is 4 3/4" H by 4" L by 2 3/8" D, and made by A.C. Williams from 1899-1934. Shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore on page 117 as number 1183, DOMED "BANK".
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Price: $65.00







511901     This is the Skyscraper bank made by A. C. Williams from 1900 to 1931. It is 3 9/16" tall. Shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore on page 120 as number 1238, SKYSCRAPER. Good condition with original paint, monor age wear.
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Price: $85.00






211921     A cast iron building bank in the original finish. It is made by A. C. Williams from 1900-1931. It measures 4 3/8" H by 2 1/8" by 2 1/8". Silver finish in good condition, the gold wash for the turrets has wear. Shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore on page 120 as number 1239, SKYSCRAPER.
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Price: $125.00






610905     This is a 1950s style log cabin bank. The coin slot is in the roof and the coin trap for removing the coins is by sliding the wood pile on the side of the house upward. It is in good condition and is about 4" by 2 3/4" by 2 3/4" tall. Good condition. Not shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore.
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Price: $20.00






612907     This is a still "UNCLE SAMíS DIME REGISTER" bank in black. It is 3 3/8" by 4 1/2" and 4 1/2" high; made by Durable Toy and Novelty circa 1912. Shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore on page 122 as number 1290, UNCLE SAMíS REGISTER BANK. This is slightly different as it has the Dollars and Cents windows on either side of the lever. Discoloration to the Cents and some wear. I have not tried the register or to open it..
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Price: $65.00






612910     This is a cash register "FIVE COIN SECURITY BANK" bank. It is 7 1/"2 by 5 1/8" and 7" high; made by Chas M. Shonk Co. circa 1900. This has great litho graphics and is a registering bank, but I am not sure it the register always works. Not shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore..
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Price: $195.00






301908     This is a dollhouse miniature size metal refrigerator. On the top is marked: SERVEL ELECTROLUX and was probably a promotional give-away item. It measures 1 3/4" square and 4" high. Good condition and very minor paint loss - mostly on the underside black paint. Shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore on page 125 as number 1334.
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Price: $45.00






612901     This is a still "ELECTROLUX" refrigerator bank in white with black trim. It is 2" wide by 1 1/2" and 4" high. Shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore on page 125 as number 1335 ELECTROLUX BANK.
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Price: $65.00







511900     This is the North Pole Bank (Ice Cream Freezer) bank made by Grey Cast Iron Casting Co. from 1922 to 1928. It is 4 1/4" tall. Shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore on page 126 as number 1373, THE NORTH POLE BANK. Replaced coin trap.
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Price: $75.00






211905     This is a clock face bank, cast iron and paper. It is 2 5/8" square by 4 1/8" and made by Arcade circa 1910-1920. The inserts are paper pasted on cardboard and may not be original alhough there is wear to the clock faces. Shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore on page 136 as number 1539, WORLD TIME BANK.
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Price: $175.00






612909    This is a cylindrical still bank featuring the 20 Dollar Saint Gaudens gold coin in gold. It is 3" diameter by 2 1/8" high; unknown manufacturer. Not shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore.
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Price: $85.00






612908     This is a still tin toleware document box bank in black with gold and red trim. It is 3" by 2 1/4" and 1 5/8" high; unknown maker. Keyed lock, no key. Not shown in the Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore.
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Price: $45.00






211909     This is a glass square bank for Pittsburgh Corning. It has the PC as well as SAVE WITH FOAMGLAS INSULATION on both sides. It is 3 1/4" square and 1 11/16" deep. One small chipout on the coin slot. Not shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore.
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Price: $40.00






211920     A metal still bank, it will hold $5.00 of the pre-copper clad dimes (thinner than the copper clads). It is marked THE B & R MFG. CO. // NEW YORK. Spring loaded and bottom is in good condition, no pry marks. Not shown in The Penny Bank Book by Andy and Susan Moore.
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Price: $9.50






612903     This is a punched tin still bank in a gold wash. It is 3 5/8" diameter and 3 3/8" high; unknown maker. Not shown in the Penny Bank Book by andy and Susan Moore.
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Price: $25.00






212922     This is a dollhouse miniature plastic and metal bureau or chest of drawers which is also a bank. It is 4" long by 2 1/4" deep by 4 1/2" high. The top drawer opens, the money is inserted; and when the drawer is closed, th money drops into the lower portion. Bank is made by Park Sherman. Great for also storing money in your dollhouse.
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Price: $25.00






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