Cast Iron Trick Dog Mechanical Bank Antique Americana Toy

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Published on: September 24, 2019
Cast Iron Trick Dog Mechanical Bank Antique Americana Toy
Cast Iron Trick Dog Mechanical Bank Antique Americana Toy
Cast Iron Trick Dog Mechanical Bank Antique Americana Toy
Cast Iron Trick Dog Mechanical Bank Antique Americana Toy
Cast Iron Trick Dog Mechanical Bank Antique Americana Toy
Cast Iron Trick Dog Mechanical Bank Antique Americana Toy
Cast Iron Trick Dog Mechanical Bank Antique Americana Toy
Cast Iron Trick Dog Mechanical Bank Antique Americana Toy
Cast Iron Trick Dog Mechanical Bank Antique Americana Toy
Cast Iron Trick Dog Mechanical Bank Antique Americana Toy
Cast Iron Trick Dog Mechanical Bank Antique Americana Toy
Cast Iron Trick Dog Mechanical Bank Antique Americana Toy

Cast Iron Trick Dog Mechanical Bank Antique Americana Toy
CAST IRON TRICK DOG MECHANICAL BANK ANTIQUE AMERICANA TOY. We have the privilege to offer you this beautiful Trick Dog, cast iron, Shepard Hardware, mechanical bank. Circa July 31st, 1888 and measures 8 3/4″ long x 2 7/8″ wide x 7 1/2 tall. The mechanical bank operates by pressing a coin in the dogs mouth and pressing the lever. The dog raises up and jumps through the hoop to deposit the coin in the barrel. It is in good condition with its original trap. We will break it down for you upon end of sale in the invoice. If you have any questions or concerns, we are easy to get along with. We have photographed every part for you, so that you can see the condition. Feel free to ask any questions or if you need more detailed photos, we are easy to deal with. Sir Richards II Antiques c/o Taunya L Dunster 3487 Waterbury Stowe Road Waterbury Center, Vermont 05677. To 5:00 P. (Eastern Standard Time), Seven days a week, except for Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas; however, we do have an answering machine, so please feel free to leave a detailed message. Check out our other quality auctions. Well worth a look! In regard to furniture and accessories, we sell antique furniture and accessories. As most people know, these pieces become more beautiful with age because of movements and distress in the woods, some having restoration. Spindle turnings will not be uniform and swell unevenly with age. Wood tends to get stress fractures on support systems and where wide board construction is used. Eighty-five percent of 18th Century veneers have had some restoration during their life. Pine secondary woods might fracture, making overlays and veneers have the same fracture lines. Old finishes might alligator, fade, fish-eye or darken depending on where the pieces were placed. All of these are desired by a true collector and gives it personality. Do not expect these early pieces to be like new. These pieces age gracefully just as we do, giving them unique personality. We do our best to describe and photograph all items thoroughly, but handle a quantity of pieces every day and might miss something. We know if they tick, run, move and are in tune with the quality of sound, but offer no guarantees on these items. You are welcome to personally view or pick your item up at our showroom, which contains Early American to Continental furniture, fine paintings and prints, fine porcelains and glass, plus almost every category pertaining to our past. Open seven days a week 10:00 A. The item “CAST IRON TRICK DOG MECHANICAL BANK ANTIQUE AMERICANA TOY” is in sale since Monday, January 23, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Banks, Registers & Vending\Mechanical Banks”. The seller is “sirrichardvtant” and is located in Waterbury Center, Vermont. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Largest Dimension: 8 3/4″
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Type: Mechanical Bank
  • Name of Bank: Trick Dog
  • Medium: Cast Iron
  • Circa: 1888

Cast Iron Trick Dog Mechanical Bank Antique Americana Toy
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