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    Six tin coin banks, must be seen to be appreciated. Two story house-shaped bank from the Commerical National Bank, Salida, Colorado with key, manufactured by B.T. Corp. of Chicago, painted white, green, black, and red, approximately 93 mm by 50 mm by 90 mm; Conestoga Wagon-shaped bank from the Pueblo Savings and Trust Co., Pueblo, Colorado with key, manufactured by Banthrico of Chicago, bronzed with green enameled plaque, approximately 105 mm by 70 mm by 115 mm; nickel plated rectangular cash box bank with key, manufactured by Bankers Service Corp of New York, approximately 112 mm by 57 mm by 62 mm with attached handle; nickel plated brass oblate New Model Clearview Bank, by Earl Service of Melrose, Massachusetts, Patent No. 1703994, approximately 110 mm by 50 mm by 55 mm; and (2) cylindrical tube dime banks by B&R Manufacturing Co. of New York, approximately 63 mm in length with screw mounts.

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    November, 1999
    18th-20th Thursday-Saturday
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