Christmas Coke can with Coke logo on 2 places and 2 Santa’s standing drinking Coke reading note to Santa and the word “GREETINGS” across his feet. Tin Litho made in China for the Hudson Bay Company measures 73/4″tall x 41/2″wide x 41/2″deep. Coin slot in top of can and coins are released by taking the top off. Added to Collection November 2001 Excellent condition value $5.00 to $10.00 G
Diet Coke can silver tin litho Made in China for the Hudson Bay Co. measures 73/4″ tall x 41/2 across. Has three coke logos on can. Added to collection November 2001 Coin slot on top which lifts off to release the coins. Excellent condition value $5-10. G
The year was 1954 and Dad was talking to the local chemical dealer as little Mark stood holding dads hand. The Chemical salesman looked down and asked Mark if he would like a bank …
NIAGARA ESTAPROP WEED KILLER BANK ON THE FRONT OF THE TIN CAN. Measures 4 1/2″ tall x 3″ across. These banks were handed out in the late 1950’s when this product was sold in Western Canada … back of can shows offices in Regina Saskatchewan and Edmonton Alberta. Coin slot is in top of can and can has no coin release so would have to be cut open to retrieve coins. Added to collection on Feb. 12 2016 purchased at vendor set up of Lions club Flea Market. Very Good Condition value $25.00 to $50.00 . Rare bank. G
BANK OF CANADA 10 DOLLAR BILL FACE Tin Litho this can bank is 4 3/4″ tall x 3 5/16″ wide x 3 5/16″ deep. Coin slot in top of can coins are released by taking to off. Made in China for Encore Sales in Concord Ontario Canada . Added to collection Feb. 2000 Good condition value $2.00 to $5.00 G
The current ten-dollar note is dominantly purple in colour. The front features a portrait of Canada’s first Prime Minister Sir John A. Macdonald, and a metallic image of the Library of Parliament. The reverse side shows Via Rail’s train, The Canadian, with the Rocky Mountains in the background; this is accompanied by a map of the Canadian Railways.
Tin Litho School P.S. 23 just like the old one room school houses of the 1940’s , 50’s and 60’s and I suspect in some areas may still be standing. Picture shows teacher ringing the hand bell and students in the school and some just arriving. Measures 4 1/4 ” tall x 5 1/4 ” long x 4 1/4″ deep. Coin slot near the top of the tin roof with no coin release band would have to be taken apart to retrieve the money. Has been in the collection since the early 1960’s. Manufactured in the USA by US METAL TOY MFD. around 1940 as a store display where 16 Lollypops would fill the 16 holes. You would take a lolly out of the hole and put your penny in the slot. ( I always wondered why the roof was full of holes) Very Good condition Value $55.00 to $75.00 B
Foot note , I wonder what company put out these displays with their lollypops ? I have another one of these banks with snow printed on the roof and 18 holes when did they change the roofs ?
Purchased this tin of Toffees because the tin was a bank. At the time Walmart had two NHL teams tin cars for sale and I purchased one o f each. Shaped like a truck this Tin Litho bank measures 8 3/8″ L X 4 3/4 ” H X 4 ” W. Licenced and imported by Top Dog Collectable out of Toronto Canada. This bank is Blue White and Silver tin with the team logo on the to and both sides and the NHL lnh on the back. The coin slot is on the hood and the coin release is on top roof as a removable metal panel/lid. In Good condition with small scratch on top rear. Added to collection in 2011 Value $5.00 to $15.00 G
The franchise was founded in 1917, operating simply as Toronto and then known as the Toronto Arenas as it was operated by the Toronto Arena Company, owners of the Arena Gardens . In 1919, the NHL transferred the franchise to new owners who christened the team the Toronto St. Patricks The franchise was sold in 1927 and was renamed the Toronto Maple Leaf Hockey Club. The team colours are navy blue and white.
Purchased this tin of Toffees because the tin was a bank. At the time Walmart had two NHL teams tin cars for sale and I purchased one o f each. Shaped like a truck this Tin Litho bank measures 8 3/8″ L X 4 3/4 ” H X 4 ” W. Licenced and imported by Top Dog Collectable out of Toronto Canada. This bank is Red Blue White and Silver tin with the team logo on the to and both sides and the NHL lnh on the back. The coin slot is on the hood and the coin release is on top roof as a removable metal panel/lid. In Excellent condition. Added to collection in 2011 Value $5.00 to $15.00 G
The Montreal Canadiens (French: Les Canadiens de Montréal) are a professional Ice Hockey team based in Montreal Canada. They are members of the NHL. The club’s official name is le Club de hockey Canadien The team is frequently referred to in English and French as the Habs. Founded in 1909, the Canadiens are the longest continuously operating professional ice hockey team worldwide, and the only existing NHL club to predate the founding of the NHL.
These tin litho banks are two of many in my collection and come with the rear door that opens when bank has $10.00 in dimes in it. Above the door reads “FIRST DIME LOCKS LAST DIME UNLOCKS AT TEN DOLLARS ” Sides have a star in the center with a rope boarder and red and white border lines. Each bank as I look at them side to side have different slight design variations in the litho work. The coin slot for these banks is on the front top center and only fits dimes, once coin is inserted the lever has to be pushed over to add the coin to the counter. this bank was made from the 1940’s to the 1960’s In the USA. Measures 2″x2″x2 3/8″ Both are in very good condition. Value $25.00 to $75.00 B
Tim Litho Dime Pocket Bank from the 1940’s Has an Eagle and the word Gem on each side by the wings Above the Eagke is the register of how many dime are in the bank , below the claws it says pat. pending and below that in larger print ” DIME REGISTER BANK” the face is all raised relief . The back has a door that slides open when the bank has $5.00 in it. the instructions on the back are in black print on a gold background this is the tin litho’d part. Bank is in working condition however has age showing with some surface rust and scratches. The front seems to have been treated during manufacturing as it shines. This bank was given to me as a young lad back in the 1960’s and has been treasured for the last 50 some years. Very Good Condition Value (sentimental = priceless) $25.00 to $60.00 B
Tin Litho Eberhard Faber Pocket Dime Bank My first thought was why did a pencil company have a pocket bank …I guess even pencil companies need to advertise. This nice tin litho bank measures 2″ across x 1/4 ” thick with the coin slot in the rim. Back of bank tell how to open it. These were made in the 1940’s and this one came to my collection in the late 1970’s . Excellent condition Value $35.00 to $75.00 B
Pink tin still bucket/pail bank, circa 1930’s. The Prosperity Bank, Penny Saved, Penny Earned is approximately 2 3/4″ in diameter and 4 1/2″ high ( to the top of the swing handle). The still bank was made by J. Chein Co. USA. The bank has a locking trap door on the bottom with key attached. This antique bank is in very good condition with age appropriate wear. Purchased in the mid. 1970’s at a flea market. Value $50.00 to $125.00 B
This vintage Chein Bank is in exceptional condition. the lithographed colors are clean and sharp, and the bank looks new. We date it to before 1935 because it has the country Persia on it. Persia was renamed in that year. The bank is about 4 and 1/4 inches tall The company logo “J. Chein” and made in U.S.A. are sharply lithographed on the side of the bank. We have a fair number of these banks in out collection and the value varies depending on the age and condition by overall a common bank $10.00 to $100.00 depending on the history of the bank also. B
This is a fun Three Little Pigs and the Big Bad Wolf tin litho bank by Chein. It is in the shape of a house. The chimney is a separate piece of red tin. This bank is 3″ tall x 3-1/4″ wide x 3″ deep. The litho is multi colored. Purchase in 2012 from a auction exact date unknown. Good Shape has aged well. Value $50.00 to $200.00 B