PLACE A BID
09/25/2021 10:38 PM
OLD TIN “PARKING METER” COIN BANK
Comments. Both pieces are made of metal with the meter part measures 7 ˝ " high, 5 ˝ " wide, 2" deep with a 6 ˝ " square base and this lot appears to be more than 50 years old. In the shape of a parking meter there is a coin slot on the top, a hole for early withdrawal in the rear and a turning dial in the front. The original paint has wear, shade variations, missing spots and scratches/scrapes as seen in our photo. This item is in sturdy shape with normal use wear, has small dents, surface rust and soiling/stains. It is missing the pole that goes between the two pieces as well as the cover for the coin removal hole in the back, the mechanism does not appear to be working inside and we are unsure if it is missing anything else. It need some work but when done you'll have a retro place to teach your children how to save.
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