Boy on Seated Bench Variation. Patented to James Bowen on April 72, 1897 and manufactured by Cromwell, Connecticut’s J & E Stevens Company , t. The iconic boy on bench variation of the I Always Did’Spise a Mule cast iron mechanical bank. Vibrant original paint decoration with no touch-ups and has no repairs. This cast iron bank’s mechanism functions but the clip that holds the hoof in. Place has a spring on the underside that is rusted and does not hold, It does move into place but the spring is not taught enough to put enough pressure to hold the hoof as the large spring that twists the horse around is very strong. 10 x 6.5 x 3 inchs. The item “Antique Cast Iron Always Did Spise a Mule Mechanical Bank J & E Stevens Co 1897c” is in sale since Saturday, July 6, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Banks, Registers & Vending\Still, Piggy Banks\Other Collectible Still Banks”. The seller is “7browneyesusan2″ and is located in Oceanside, California. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Material: Cast Iron