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#36571
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Always Did 'Spise A Mule Sitting Boy Mule Mechanical Bank

"Always Did 'Spise a Mule," another late nineteenth-century mechanical bank that portrays an African-American boy sitting on a bench and a mule facing him. Just below the bench is a slot for a coin. When the player pushes a lever near the mules hing legs, the mule bucks and whirls around which also at the same time releases the lever on the bench and the boy and the bench topple backwards -- of c... moreMore Info http://www.tace.com/i/36571.htmlFrom: Antique & Collectibles Marketplace
#45210
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Dark Town Battery Antique Bank Black Basebase Players

This antique cast iron baseball mechanical bank was manufactured by the J & E Stevems Company in the late 1800's. This bank incorporates a operatable bank, Black Americana and of course baseball players. The bank consists of three figural baseball players set on a base that reads "Dark Town Battery." To operate the bank you cock the pitchers right arm and place a coin in the pitchers glo... moreMore Info http://www.tace.com/i/45210.htmlFrom: Antique & Collectibles Marketplace
#40912
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Vintage Uncle Sam Metal Bank

Vintage Uncle Same Metal Bank that we estimate from about 1914. These banks were first produced around 1880, then again just before WWI, possibly before WWII and still being reproduced today. Put a quarter in Uncle Sam's hand, push the button next to his feet and watch the hand drop down and the U.S. bag open. His tongue also wags at the same time. Some rust and pitting and is evident in t... moreMore Info http://www.tace.com/i/40912.htmlFrom: Antique & Collectibles Marketplace
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