This is a vintage steel still bank tin canister. It is decorated with an image of a United States Half Dollar on the lid, and graphics and text describing important dates in the 1950s-80s. The earliest date is 1956, Elvis Presley's release of Heartbreak Hotel. The latest date is 1987, the Black Monday stock market crash. Other dates highlighted are Neil Armstrong walking on the moon in 1969, The OPEC crisis in 1973, US Olympic Boycott in 1980. The bank is 5" tall and 4 1/4" wide. It is not marked or signed. The style of the news stories and graphics looks like USA Today. There is a small amount of paint loss.
Historic Dates Tin Bank News Stories 1950s-80s