ANTIQUE CAST IRON DINAH MECHANICAL BANK W/ LONG SLEEVES

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  • Item Category: Entertainment
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Apr 30,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction

Antique Cast Iron Mechanical.......Dinah Bank! Mfg by John Harper & Co c 1911. This bank is the Long Sleeve Dinah version which is more rare than the short sleeve version. The patent number is embossed on the back of the bank....#581285. Bank was patented March 1911 to October 1920. Bank measures....6 1/2 inch high by 5 1/2 inch wide by 5 3/4 inch deep. Coin is placed in Dinah's hand and lever on the back of her left shoulder is pressed and coin drops into her mouth as her eyes roll back. All in good working order and good condition with no damage. All original paint and finish. Great details and coloration. Please see all photos and email with questions as all sales are final.

Listed in the Penny Lane Price Guide by Al Davidson on page 77 with a rating of 2 which is considered rare.

The current auction estimates for this bank are in the range of $500.00 to $600.00.

From a famous Bertoia Bank auction several years ago.

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Great addition to your cast iron bank collection!

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