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4334: Punch and Judy cast iron mechanical bank, 1884, S
Punch and Judy cast iron mechanical bank, 1884, Shepard Hardware, small letter version, original paint, some chips, 7 1/2" h, 6 1/4" w
Mechanical stiff, original paint with wear expected, screw replaced at base
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