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ANTIQUE IRON MECHANICAL BANK ‘CHIEF BIG MOON’

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This Bank was designed by Charles Bailey for J. & E. Stevens about 1899. It depicts a Native American Chief sitting at the entrance to his teepee facing a large frog and a pond with little ducks and waterlillies. The pond opens to hide the frog. When a coin is inserted and the button is pushed, the frog jumps out and the Indian raises the fish away from the frog. The teepee has raised designs all around it and the sides on the bottom are also decorated. There is a round plate on the bottom that says "Patent applied for Feb. 2, 1875. It measures 10" long x 4" wide x 6" high to the top of the teepee. This bank is all original and in immaculate condition. Please Note: I will adjust the shipping and payments at the end of the auction. All of my items are marked. Payment I accept the following forms of payment: PayPal Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album Click to View Image Album FREE scheduling, supersized images and templates. Get Vendio Sales Manager. FREE scheduling, supersized images and templates. Get Vendio Sales Manager.

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