Cast Iron Antique Mechanical Bank William Tell 19th Century American Toys..Circa 1896: The Bank features the figure of William Tell pointing his rifle at an apple on the head of his young son who stands in front of a castle tower. The William Tell Bank was patented in 1896 by Russell Frisbie and manufactured by J & E. Stevens for a several years. It remains one of the most popular mechanical banks ever produced.
This is a quaint vintage ceramic swear jar, or 'Cuss Box' coin bank with an Appalachian hillbilly motif that was made in Japan. This penny bank is molded like a cross cut section of pine tree with pine cones decorating . Stock and custom banks that can be custom imprinted for your business or organization