The following mechanical banks are cosmetically pretty nice looking, but the mechanics are somewhat crude. Some may not work every time or not very well at all, but they are intriguing in operation, fun to operate, and to see. Sometimes the problem is simply too much paint in the working area which can be easily fixed by working the mechanism repeatedly until it loosens up. These are
the only banks like this that are still being made, and I guess we should be pleased that
someone is still thinking nostalgically. Enjoy! Warning!!! One of our suppliers has announced that they will no longer import mechanical banks! Supplies are drying up!
Santa Bank (Item # 911417) Put the coin in the the slot and push the lever and Santa spins around the world.
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Mammy Bank 7" tall (Item # 675579)
Cannoneer Bank (Item # 911383a)
Artilleryman drops arm as cannon fires coins into
Painless Dentist Bank (Item # 911384)
Dentist pulls tooth, falls backward, coin
falls from dentist's pocket into bag
Jonah and the Whale Bank 9" long 5"
tall (Item # 911373) Jonah offers the whale money.
Santa Bank (Item # 911411)
Insert the coin in Rudolph's mouth, pull the lever, and the coin releases down the chimney.
Pug Frog Bank (Item # 911408)
Professor Pug Frog will save your money for you if you insert the coin in his mouth and push the pedal. The money will fall in the clowns basket for safe keeping.
Bowler Bank (Item # 911412)
This Bowling Champion uses your coin to knock down his last three pins securing your coin in the bank. A great gift for any bowler.
Piggy Bank with the Texas A&M Logo (Item #675846) This 5" ceramic Texas A&M piggy bank is a great way to start saving up for college...that's because it has lots of room for your change, and the coin slot on top is even big enough for all of your silver dollars!