The patent date on the top of this old, tin litho savings bank dates it to between 1945 and 1950. It has excellent graphics all the way around of children in various acts of saving money for a rainy day. It has 4 separate slots for pennies, nickles, dimes and quarters, and marks on the sides tell you how many are in there. To get them out, simply turn the tin bottom. It shows some wear, and I've included several photos of all sides to best describe condition. The colors are still bright. There are no dents, and the coins go in easily, and the bottom turns, like it should. Marked on the top, "Made in U.S.A.".
I currently have several tin, and metal banks in my shop, and am happy to combine shipping. To see them all, type, "Bank" in the search box at the top of the page.
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