File:Punch and Judy Mechanical Coin Bank.jpg

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English: Cast iron mechanical bank depicting a Punch and Judy puppet show. The action is controlled by two levers. the first lever locks the characters in place. To make a deposit, a coin is placed on Judy's tray; a second lever causes Judy to deposit the coin while Punch tries to hit her with a club. Manufactured by the Shepard Hardware Company circa 1884.
Title: Punch and Judy Mechanical Coin Bank
Date circa 1884
date QS:P,+1884-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P1480,Q5727902
Source Missouri History Museum
Author Peter Adams, Jr. (Designer), Charles G. Shepard (Designer), Shepard Hardware Company (Maker),
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Identifier 1967-044-0000
Subjects Coin banks
Punch and Judy Puppet Characters
Resource 202881
GUID 9445A99D-44EF-9930-8AD5-EFC2A3712591


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