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Native American & Bear Mechanical Coin Bank

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Description
J. & E. Stevens Co., circa 1900. A polychromed cast iron mechanical coin bank, depicting a Native American hunter and a brown bear. A coin is placed in the barrel on the rifle, the lever is flipped, and the coin shoots into the bear bank. Stamped with patent to underside. Approximate height 7.625", width 10.75", depth 3".
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Native American & Bear Mechanical Coin Bank

Estimate $800 - $1,200Oct 15, 2016
Starting Price $400
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