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Interesting selection of toy banks, all are almost 50 years old or older
Top shelf, left side, Item A-”Uncle Sams Budget Bank” in pressed steel with original red paint, nice decal on front, divided into four sections with coin slot for each section, recesses for labels but only ”gifts” label is there, coin access from top or bottom of bank via keyed door, no key, VG/VG+
$25.00

Top shelf, right side, Item B-Nickel Bank, ”Dandy Self-Registering Savings Bank” in lithographed tin that looks like old time safe on tinplate wheels, mechanism for register is missing, still a very cool looking bank, VG
SOLD

Bottom shelf, left side, Item C-Pressed steel ”Thrift Bank” in original red painted finish with gold lettered decal on front door, on wooden wheels but one wheel is missing, locking mechanism on front door missing, believe this one is Marx production, VG
$15.00

Bottom shelf, center, Item D-Nice little pressed steel old style safe bank in black with slot on the top, complete but simple combination locking mechanism that can be opened without too much difficulty, very clean bank, E-/E
SOLD

Bottom shelf, right side, Item E-More recent (1956) Popeye ”Daily Dime Bank” in really clean lithographed tin, complete with day and amount registers, this is the toughest bank in this group, E.
SOLD
AMERICAN/ENGLISH- Group of small tinplate toys plus a couple of figures- A-top shelf, left- Marx bulk oil dispenser accessory found in the ”Sunnyside Station” and other gas pump type toys. This variation has a yellow frame, orange oil container with blue lettering and blue pump at top, very close to E.
SOLD

B-top shelf, right- Marx knock off machine gunner toy that appears to be a German soldier firing the gun, appears to be hand-painted vs. the lithograph used on the Marx item. This is a production toy as I have seen several of these. There are some minor variations, but all are painted in a similar manner. E.
$65.00

C-middle shelf, left- cast metal driver that I have seen with various cast vehicles and carriages, white metal, E.
$15.00

D-middle shelf, right- Driver figure found on cast iron tractors by Arcade and others. Cast metal with chrome finish with steering wheel in drivers hands, good item to complete that nice tractor toy, E
$15.00

E-middle shelf, center- Dinky toy ambulance, appears to be early production, casting is good, white painted body has lost a good bit of paint, black fenders and frame have complete paint, VG
SOLD

F-bottom shelf, left- Dinky/Meccano sign set in the original box, signs seem to be European road markings, New
SOLD

G-bottom shelf right-
SOLD
A-top shelf- SOLD

B-middle shelf- SOLD

C-bottom shelf-1995 toy truck and helicopter, Mint
$25.00



”The Giant Ride” ferris wheel by Ohio Art in multiple color red, white, blue (two shades) and yellow. As noted in the picture, the unit is missing the passenger cars. A lot of potential here as condition is pretty nice. Can use for parts or to complete. Mechanical function is in good order. VG+/E-

$75.00

Structo dump truck in original red paint, complete except for tailgate is missing, nice original grill and trim, original tires, hood lifts and original plastic motor is in place, dumping function works fine, some moderate play wear marks, full decals, just under 20 inches long, VG+
$65.00

Top shelf, left side, Item A- American Flyer 595 Koostikin Talking Tool Shed, pretty scarce accessory that appears complete with speaker, instructions and record. Also includes 3 additional records, one with original sleeve. All show moderate playwear, VG/better
SOLD

Top shelf, right side, Item B- Later 568 whistling billboard with dark green plastic cabinet, steam engine freight train pictured on cardboard insert, nice clean item with very nice insert, original button, E/better
$40.00

Bottom shelf, left side, Item C- No. 749 Boulevard Lamp in original box, gold colored plastic with original wiring and white lamp cover, little evidence of use, E+/LN (have 3 singles in original boxes)
SOLD

Bottom shelf, right side, Item D- No. 769 Airport Beacon made by Colber for American Flyer, all plastic construction with red base and platform and gray tower structure, aluminum manufacturer's plate, unbroken with only modest warping of ladder, original wiring, has dimple bulb, needs reproduction spinner to complete, otherwise E.
$25.00

Top shelf, left side, Item A- Tootsietoy on original store card, 2.5 ton military truck in metal with plastic frame, Army Toughs, new
$12.00

Top shelf, right side and bottom shelf, Items B and C- Tootsietoy on original store card, Howitzer in cast metal, olive drab, plastic wheels, Army Toughs, new, have 3 pieces
$10.00 each

Top and bottom shelves- Hubley cast iron No. 60 Eloise coach in red, nice casting and decent original paint, four exact replacement wheels installed, 12 inches long, 4 inches tall and 2.5 inches wide, VG
$25.00 each






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