These Globe Banks have been in a private collection for 25 years. They are circa late 1940's- early 1950's and come as a set. The first bank reads Mission Savings Bank, Elkhart, Indiana on the base. The primary color of the globe is a dark blue with tan, yellow, and green accenting the countries. The second bank has a mission statement on the base with a red cross. Its primary color is a light blue with red, green, yellow, white, and dark blue accenting the countries. Both banks have a coin slot on the top of the globe and key slots underneath. There are no keys available. Both banks display some surface scratches due to usage and wear. There are no dings or dents, and overall, the globes are in good condition. They measure 3 1/2" in length. The bases measure 3 1/4" in width while the globes measure 2 3/4" in width. Please see the pictures for further clarity.
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