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Old Boxed Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank Advertising Premium Glazed Ceramic American Eagle Coin Bank
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Old Boxed Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank Advertising Premium Glazed Ceramic American Eagle Coin Bank
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The pictures below show larger views of this Old Boxed Emigrant Industrial Savings Bank Advertising Premium Glazed Ceramic American Eagle Coin Bank. The box is shown as well as the bank. The bank and box are not dated, but it is old, and we believe that it has been unused as well. The bank is nicely glazed in multiple colors. The right facing eagle has its wings spread, and it is on a base with three stars. The coin slot is on the tail in the back. It is marked on the base back, and the (no key required) metal screw cap on the bottom as follows:

EMIGRANT INDUSTRIAL SAVINGS BANK
< TURN >
CONTEMPORARY CERAMICS CHATHAM, N.J.

The cardboard box has an illustration of the eagle bank, and it is marked all around as follows:

AMERICAN EAGLE COIN BANK
EMIGRANT INDUSTRIAL SAVINGS BANK
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION

TAKING CARE OF YOUR SAVINGS IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS

UNINTERRUPTED DIVIDENDS SINCE 1850

ONE OF AMERICA’S LARGEST SAVINGS INSTITUTIONS
WITH DEPOSITS OF MORE THAN A BILLION DOLLARS.

COLLECTOR’S ITEM
EMIGRANT’S EAGLE COIN BANK
THE AMERICAN EAGLE, A SYMBOL OF STRENGTH OF THE UNITED STATES IN 1782.

IN 1850 EMIGRANT INDUSTRIAL SAVINGS BANK WAS FOUNDED AND OPENED ITS DOORS
OF WELCOME TO THE MANY IMMIGRANTS TO AMERICA ….
TO THESE HARDWORKING NEW – COMERS THE EAGLE WAS THEIR EMBLEM OF A
PROMISED LAND.

FROM THESE MODEST BEGINNINGS, EMIGRANT INDUSTRIAL SAVINGS BANK GREW
AND PROSPERED. ITS EARLIEST DEPOSITORS LIVED TO SEE A FULFILLMENT OF THEIE
HOPES IN THE NEW LAND. AND IT ALL BEGAN WITH PENNIES, DIMES AND DOLLARS ….
SAVED WEEK BY WEEK. COIN BY COIN.

THUS IT SEEMS FITTING THAT EMIGRANT INDUSTRIAL SAVINGS BANK CHOSE
THE AMERICAN EAGLE AS ITS COIN BANK EMBLEM.

The bald eagle coin bank measures about 7-5/16'' tall. The bank appears to be in mint unused condition. The box has some age discoloration, or yellowing as pictured.

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