TEDDY ROOSEVELT & THE BEAR CAST IRON MECHANICAL BANK

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  • Item Category: Entertainment
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: Dec 10,2006
  • Channel: Online Auction
Up for bid is a Authentic Reproduction of a Early American Classic, Cast Iron Mechanical Bank. It's called "TEDDY AND THE BEAR" It Features one of our Early American Presidents, Teddy Roosevelt shooting at a old tree stump. The way it works is: You place a coin on top of the gun he is holding, cock the gun and push down on the metal lever located just behind his left foot. The coin shoots into the tree stump as the Bear looks on. The mechanism in the tree stump needs some adjustments as the bear does not want to stay down in the stump when the top to the tree trunk is closed. The rest of it's mechanical parts work well. Gun locks and shoots the coins every time. Coins are retrieved through the coin hole on the bottom of the bank. (see pictures) The metal coin plug is missing. This bank features Many fine details of both Teddy and the Bear. It measures almost 10 inches long by 8 inches high. The width of its base is 3 inches, at it widest part.This is a Heavy Bank due to its Solid Cast Iron, Weighs over 4 pounds. Your shipping cost for this Bank is $10.60.which includes Delivery Confirmation. Shipped to you via USPS First Class Priority Mail. (insurance is optional). I combine shipments for additional items won in my auctions when possible, so win more and save on your shipping cost. As with all my auction items, You must be 100% Satisfied with your purchase of this item, or simply return it to me, for a Prompt Refund of ALL cost to you.(including postage). If you are bidding from outside the US, Please contact me for shipping charges to your location before bidding. If you have any questions or comments, Please Feel Free to contact me any time. THANKS FOR LOOKING FOLKS

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