Description"Patronize the Blind Man and His Dog" Mechanical Bank made by J. & E. Stevens Co., Cromwell, CT, circa 1878. Give the blind man a coin and press the lever on the back of the bank. His dog takes the coin and deposits it into the bank, then returns to his original position. From the William Esser Collection.
Condition: Very nice, with little wear. Working. Near Mint (98%). Size: 5.5" Tall.
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