The "Dinah" Cast Iron Money Bank was made by the firm John Harper & Company Ltd of Willenhall, England in 1911 primarily for the North American market. Operation of the "Dinah" bank is quite simple and amusing: A coin is placed into her right hand, the lever in her back is pressed downwards. Simultaneously, her eyes roll upward, her tongue recedes, and her right arm raises the coin which is flipped into her gaping mouth and deposited within the bank.
Measures approx. 7″ H x 5″ W x 5″ Deep
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