Cast Iron "Artillery Bank" Bank, Shepard Hardware Co., c. 1892, by cocking back the cannon lever the arm of the Union soldier goes up, insert a coin into the cannon barrel and depress the other lever to shoot the coin into the brick tower, ht. 6 in.; sold with an additional tower.
wear to the base and loss to the finish. The base is accompanied by a locked rectangular door, designed to keep the change in. The additional tower is missing its locked door on the underside and loss to the base.
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