Vintage copper finished metal drop-slot perpetual bank in the shape of a Pirate treasure chest, probably made in the 1950's. The exterior is embossed with a pirate face, swords and crossed pistols, ropes and an anchor. Slide coin into drawer.
Grandfather gave this to my Mom !
I'm downsizing a few coins and this is my first one. I purchased it years ago and it has the paperwork and info to go with it. It's in a hard protective case and then put inside a clear case too. The certificate # matches the graded coin case as NO mistake of the quality of this coin. The serious collector will know what MS70 means in collecting the best grade. Call for more info @ 919-223-4720.
I have a bunch of Jefferson Nickels that are all dated before 1960. Currently there are 45 coins total.
All of these nickels are more than fifty years old. The dates avail are listed below.
1939 x4, 1940 x2, 1941 x4, 1941d, 1942 x2, 1946 x3, 1947 x2, 1947d, 1948d, 1952, 1953 x2, 1953d x2, 1955d x3, 1956, 1957 x2, 1957d x5, 1958d x5 and 1959d x4.
These are all regular circulation type ...
The Eisenhower Dollar was the last of the big dollars minted for general circulation. They were minted between 1971 and 1978. Many people give these big dollar coins to children as gifts. Some like to use them when playing different types of games. Others just like to collect them.
These are all regular circulation type coins. They are not the proof type that are sealed in plastic or ...
This famous 1940’s JAMES hand painted fiber Saltwater Taffy Barrel Bank was the envy of every child and adult who visited Atlantic City, NJ. The words “Cut-To-Fit-The-Mouth”” was James’ slogan; imprinted on the top lid of the barrel, which described the wrapped candy taffy inside. The barrel measures 5” diameter and 7” tall, and has a colorful clown’s face graphic lid with a coin slot for ...