Please preview items carefully. Thank you for shopping with Hughes Estate Sales, Inc. This is a whimsical cast iron mechanical bank, of William Tell shooting a coin and knocking an apple off his son’s head. It is marked on. June 23, 1896 and is made by. J & E Stevens Company. 6 1/2″ high, 10 1/2″ long and 3 3/4 wide. This bank is pre-owned and in good condition for its age. The paint is good but there are a few small chips in places and some minor surface wear. Needs to be cleaned properly. Thanks for shopping with Hughes Estate Sales, Inc. Since 1978 Hughes Estate Sales has offered t. He best in vintage, art, collectibles, jewelry, and fine furnishings from Southern Californian and Los Angeles estates. Our services include estate sales and liquidation, consignment at our Showrooms, vehicle sales and appraisals. Hughes has two Showrooms located in Altadena and Downtown Los Angeles Arts District where we hold twice monthly sales featuring high quality items from estates all over Southern California. Sign up for our mailing list on our site to receive updates on upcoming Showroom sales and special offers in our online store. We will package your items with the utmost care. Since the majority of the items we offer are over 50 years old, we offer everything AS IS. Items often have evidence of wear associated with their age, and these minor aspects aren’t always individually noted in our descriptions. The item “Antique Cast Iron Mechanical Bank, William Tell, J & E Stevens, 1896″ is in sale since Wednesday, July 06, 2016. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Banks, Registers & Vending\Mechanical Banks”. The seller is “hughes_estate_sales_inc” and is located in Altadena, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.