some paint wear. 4 1/2" wide
Arcade Mfg. Co. Freeport, IL - 1910 - 4 3/8" Long.
Manufactured by A.C. Williams & Co. All original. Condition (Very Good). Size 4-1/2'' L.
Arcade, desirable bank, cast iron, painted gold overall, fine casting. 4 3/4" h.
Cast Iron 5" long Gold Paint.
Finished in Red, Gray and Gold. Made by the Ives, Blakeslee Company. Bridgeport, Ct. - Mid 1880's - 7 1/2" Tall. The Palace Bank represents one of the most complicated toy banks ever created. It was p
Retains the original cast iron trap. Manufacturing No. 1101. (JY). (Excellent). 7 -1/4" T.
No visible maker's marks (possibly A.C. Williams), one marked "patented July 28(?) 1895", one marked "pat Oct 19 1875", some paint loss and rust / in as-found condition."State Bank" approx. 7" x 5 1/4
Including: Romanesque stable and a stylized Art Deco dime bank. 4 and 6 inches.
Made by the Kenton Hardware Company. Kenton, Ohio - Early 1910's - 8 1/4" Tall. Ex - Alvin Goldstein Collection.
City Bank with Crown. Patent Date of October 1st 1878. Pink, Grey and Red. 6" tall rare and desirable bank. Small piece broken off the roof edge.
Scarce all original still bank. Possibly made by Arcade. 2 1/2" Very Good-Excellent
Mission Church Rectory in Roxbury MA. Very rare cast iron still bank is about 4.25 inches tall, 4 inches deep and 7.25 inches wide. No key.
A Mormon Tabernacle Cast Iron Still Bank Keyless Lock Co., Indianapolis, Indiana, with a separate lid; the lid and bank embossed Tabernacle / Salt Lake City / Utah, the latter further inscribed The Ke
Included are a Snap It, a Double Decker, a Sitting Rabbit and a Clock Bank. Condition: (Very Good - Excellent). Dimensions: Largest: 2 - 1/2" x 1 - 1/2" x 6".
The first is a globe bank with paper on wood, cast eagle on top and cast iron base. The second is a chest safe bank with original trap. Both have moderate wear. Condition: (Good - Very Good). Dimensio
Manufactured by Ives & Co. Beautiful original condition. Nice highlights on the base.
World's Fair Admin. Building Cast Iron Still Bank, 1893. 80% of original paint intact. 6 X 5 3/4 X 2 1/2 inches.
Made by John Harper England circa 1885. Very detailed electroplated cast iron figure with top hat and pipe. No cracks or breaks. 6 1/4", Excellent
Independence Hall cast iron still bank, 6 1/4'' h.
Made by the Grey Iron Casting Company. Mount Joy, Pa. - Circa 1900 - 6 3/4" Long.
Red is overpainted and top knob (lighthouse light) is possible replacement. M #1115. (JY).Condition:(Very Good).Dimensions:10 - 1/2" x 5 - 1/2".
Four cast iron still banks19th/20th centuryComprised of a Tamany bank, (missing coin door) Frog bank on round base, as-is, Halls Excelsior bank and Parrot still bank. Tamany bank h: 5 3/4 in.
Lot includes Rooster Bank, Chicken Bank, Small Buffalo, Small Camel, Donkey and Bulldog.