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Antique Cast Iron Hubley Small GE Refrigerator Still Penny Bank

  • $ 117.77

Description: Antique and very nice cast iron bank in the form of a General Electric (GE) early refrigerator. This bank is cast in the form of an early refrigerator with the motor on and coils on top. The front has the shape of a hinged door with the GE logo in its center. This bank was produced in 1930's by the Hubley. The bank is colored in cream or off-white coloring and is composed of two halves held together with a screw. This bank is all original and retains most of its coloring. This bank shows nice details of the refrigerator from the coils on top to the logo on the front. It also shows the hinges for the door as well as the handle. Just very nice and unusual. The slot to insert the coin is on the back, which has multiple holes so you can see your savings grow. This is a very nice looking penny or coin bank in very good condition. Please see page 124 in Andy and Susan Moor's Book "The Penny Bank Book: Collecting Still Banks" Published by Schiffer Books in 1984, for a photo of a similar example. Please view photos as they are part and parcel of our description.

Date: 1930's.

Origin: Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, USA.

Size: The bank measures 3 3/4" high, is 1 7/8" wide and 1 1/4" deep. The piece weighs about 8 ounces.

Maker: Hubley.

Marks: Unmarked on the outside and has the number 2032stamped inside of both halves. In addition, one of the halves has the number 1 stamped over the 2032 while the other half has the number 9 stamped near the top.

Distinguishing Characteristics - Most Interesting About The Piece: This is a great penny bank in excellent condition, which would make a nice addition to your collection.

Condition: The bank is in very good condition. It has no chips, cracks, breaks or repairs. It is all original and but has some paint losses as you can see from the photos. The screw holding the bank together maybe a replacement (we are not certain) but is an excellent fit. Please view photos to appreciate the beauty of the bank and for additional condition information.


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