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    Lot of Five Cast Iron Banks Including a Buster Brown Still Bank. This figural horse still bank featuring Buster Brown and Tige with a horse shoe is made of cast iron. The bank has a nice patina to the original paint and is 5" by 4.5". The condition is very good with minimal wear. The other four banks included with the Buster Brown is a 1911 ornate Kenton Safe Bank, 4.25" wide by 7", no breaks but some chipping to the original finish down to the metal. Made by Keyser & Rex we also include the Young America bank from 1882, no key but in very nice condition, 3" by 4". The final two in this group are a nice small cast bank, 2.25" by 3" with good surface and a Security Safe Bank with a broken foot. There are no keys with these banks. All are being sold as one lot.

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    Auction Dates
    February, 2020
    22nd-23rd Saturday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 12
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