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I Always Did 'Spise a Mule Mechanical Bank

Jockey Over Variation

Circa 1880: Patented to James Bowen on April 22, 1879 and manufactured by Cromwell, Connecticut's J & E Stevens Company in 1880, the iconic jockey over variation of the I Always Did 'Spise a Mule cast iron mechanical bank stands as one of the most recognizable pieces of 19th century Black Americana and is a must have for all collectors of antique mechanical banks and Black Americana. This example hasexcellent all original paint decoration with no touch-ups, has no chips, cracks, or repairs, and includes its coin trap. This timeless antique cast iron bank's mechanism functions perfectly and is sure to please its new owner.

Antique I Always Did 'Spise a Mule Mechanical Bank J E Stevens Company For Sale

Antique I Always Did 'Spise a Mule Mechanical Bank J E Stevens Company For Sale

Antique I Always Did 'Spise a Mule Mechanical Bank J E Stevens Company For Sale

Antique I Always Did 'Spise a Mule Mechanical Bank J E Stevens Company For Sale

Antique I Always Did 'Spise a Mule Mechanical Bank J E Stevens Company For Sale

Antique I Always Did 'Spise a Mule Mechanical Bank J E Stevens Company For Sale

Antique I Always Did 'Spise a Mule Mechanical Bank J E Stevens Company For Sale

Antique I Always Did 'Spise a Mule Mechanical Bank J E Stevens Company For Sale

Antique I Always Did 'Spise a Mule Mechanical Bank J E Stevens Company For Sale

Original Cast Iron I Always Did "Spise a Mule Mechanical Bank, Jockey Over
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