Two J. & E. Stevens Co. "Always Did 'Spise a Mule" Mechanical Banks, Cromwell, Connecticut, late 19th century, one with a boy riding the mule, the other with the boy seated on the ground, both mules buck and toss the coin into the slot when lever is depressed, lg. 10 in.
the one with the boy seated on ground the boy doesn't release when lever is depressed, paint loss and wear, boy riding mule lacking coin cover
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