Lot 208    

Lot of Cash Register and Juke Box Banks
5/23/2012 - 19th & 20th C. Decorative Arts, Including Dolls
Lot of 12 includes a tin lithographed Little Folks Cash Register, a tin lithographed Walgreen and Walgreen penny register, a tin lithographed Louis Marx & Co. "Get Rich Quick" bank, two different Uncle Sam's register banks, a Reno Plastic MFG. Co. jackpot bank, an Ideola juke box musical bank, a tin lithographed Haji 100 select-o-matic juke box bank in original box, a plastic Its Wise To Be Thrifty juke box bank, two different Wurlitzer banks in their original boxes and a plastic piano bank.

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Sold: $132.00
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