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Antique Magician Mechanical Bank

Postby Guest » October 7th, 2004, 6:33 am

Hi everyone,

Maybe there are a couple of collectors not happy now because they want to be this stopping, but I found a ANTIQUE MAGICIAN MACHANICAL BANK on ebay.
to bad I do not sell this!!!

Here is the link;
http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?Vi ... 53096&rd=1

Happy bidding!

Sincerely,

Richard Stooker
R.S.Magic

**** Items that I do sell, you can find on http://stores.ebay.com/R-S-Magic *****

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Re: Antique Magician Mechanical Bank

Postby Guest » October 7th, 2004, 4:20 pm

Save a couple of grand and buy a reproduction. (Beware - some are dificult to tell from original antiques)

I bought mine years ago at Bit N' Pieces. A catgalog company.

Think you can find this exact (NEW) bank here for $30 bucks.

http://texastastes.com/p514.htm - mid page

tg

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Re: Antique Magician Mechanical Bank

Postby Guest » October 7th, 2004, 5:53 pm

I, too, bought a reproduction from the "Bits and Pieces" company almost 10 years ago. It didn't work well at all. I sent it back and bought the older reproduction (1970's) from John Mendoza for about $30. Works perfectly, and it's more collectable than most of that new remake crap some companies are selling. You don't have to spend a million dollars on something like this unless you're a true cast iron novelty bank collector.

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Re: Antique Magician Mechanical Bank

Postby Spurlock » October 11th, 2004, 5:45 pm

Was this an original????Or a remake... I have one and I can't see any difference in the photo... It did not say if this was an original...

Anyone know?

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Re: Antique Magician Mechanical Bank

Postby Richard Hatch » October 11th, 2004, 6:35 pm

Well, since the winning bidder (flinnermagic, who I believe is John Mendoza) paid $3581 plus shipping for it, he must believe it to be an original antique!

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Re: Antique Magician Mechanical Bank

Postby Rennie » October 15th, 2004, 7:12 am

Originally posted by SPURLOCK:
Was this an original????Or a remake... I have one and I can't see any difference in the photo... It did not say if this was an original...

Anyone know?
I also have a reproduction which cost me $14.99 and I compared it with the photo's and like you I cannot tell the difference. Almost makes me want to put it on E-bay.
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