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Rocket Bank (below left), silver cast metal, with some flaking, made by Duro, featuring a horizontal rocket with a pilot (the locking mechanism) and a plane (the firing mechanism) which fires pennies into front of rocket.  Mechanism works, bottom plate to hold in coins is missing.  Spaceship says "Mercury" on its side.   Very nice design -- $250

 

Strato Bank (above right), cast metal, green tinted, a horizontal rocket with a plane on top of  it  fires pennies into a slit in the planet it is aimed at.   Very nice, complete except for plate on bottom to hold coins in, mechanism works. Give-a-way at "Bank of Belmont Shore, Long Beach, California" in 50s or 60s   -- $350

Satelite Bank (below left), Duro Mold and MFG. Inc, cast metal, featuring a vertical gold rocket ship (resting on a globe) with a mechanism at the side (still working) for shooting pennies onto the top portion of ship.  This model looks like someone might have tried to repaint part of it.  Plate on bottom to hold in coins is missing.  50's or 60's give-a-way at banks -- $ 125

   

Satelite Bank (above right), same as above but silver with only minor flaking at the nose.  Mechanism can be made to fire but it no longer locks into ready position.  Plate on bottom to hold in coins is missing -- $175

Astro Bank (silver cast metal made by Astro MFG.), rests on tail with red removable rocket engine to retrieve coins fired into upper portion of rocket.  Mechanism still works.  Red rubber nose tip is all that is missing.   This one was a give-a-way at the Downy savings and Loan Association, according to a decal -- $150

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Darth Vader Ceramic Bank, (1978), approximately 6 1/2" high, mint. -- $120

 

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