Offered for your consideration is this collection of six different Banthrico Coin Banks. In 1931 Jerome Aronson and Joseph Eisendrath purchased the Banker's Thrift Corporation in Chicago and shortened the name to 'Banthrico'. The company had started making small metal banks in 1929; with a short interlude during WWII, the company continued production through 1985, when it was sold. Included here are six Montana Promotional banks: a 1910 Stanley Steamer-"Miners Bank Butte, Montana"; 1928 Ford Model A truck-American Federal Savings & Loan Helena, Montana, 1953 Corvette with keyed plug; Mid-Century House with keyed plug-"Home Building & Loan Association Helena, Montana"; U.S. Capitol Building with keyed plug; and a bust of Charlie Russell with keyed plug-"Pondera Bank of Montana Conrad, Montana". The banks are each in excellent condition. The larges measures 6.5" tall x 4" wide.